Eko nova – Sound unbound

In Greek Mythology, Eko (Echo) was a nymph cursed by the goddess Hera to only be able to repeat what others would say. But before this, Eko was a musical creature with a beautiful singing voice and an incredible gift for speaking. A unique voice all her own! What if we could give Eko her voice back?

Eko Nova is a collaboration between the Omaha Chamber Music Society and KANEKO dedicated to presenting breathtaking new music in a modern space. Eko Nova will introduce Omaha audiences to some of the most innovative and inspiring musical works being written today. Music that looks outward with an openness to a myriad of genres, styles, and forms, music that aspires to excite, energize, and connect. We will present virtuosic performances from the region’s finest musicians, plus guest appearances by extraordinary artists from around the country, all as one-hour events that will appeal to a diverse crowd, from lovers of contemporary art, to classical music fans, to indie band enthusiasts. Eko Nova is great music for the modern soul. Sound Unbound.

Upcoming Concerts


Omaha Percussion Group

August 26, 2019

We proudly announce our first 19/20 performance: EKO NOVA: Omaha Percussion Group! Put Monday, August 26th, 7 p.m. on your calendar for a concert of musical norms turned on their head. Where better to see these four fantastic Omaha musicians than at KANEKO, where music and art can be reinvented. Tickets may be purchased at kaneko.org.

ARTISTS
Jason Domonkos, percussion
Spencer Jones, percussion
Tomm Roland, percussion
Scott Shinbara, percussion

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Time
7:00 PM

Tickets
$15 General Public
$10 KANEKO Members & Students
Tickets at thekaneko.org

Venue
KANEKO

Address
1111 Jones St.
Omaha, NE 68102


Quince

February 10, 2020

ARTISTS
Kayleigh Butcher
, soprano
Amanda DeBoer Bartlett, soprano
Liz Pearse, soprano
Carrie Henneman Shaw, soprano


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Native Flute

April 20, 2020

ARTISTS
Ron Warren, native flute
Maria Harding, flute
InYoung Park, cello
Danielle Meier, bass
Paul Barnes, piano


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With the support of the Nebraska Arts Council and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.