Season Preview: Your guide to the arts in 2022

Formed in 2002 by four Sydney Conservatorium of Music students, Nexas Quartet has made its mark as one of Australia’s tightest, virtuosic ensembles. The quartet, made up of saxophonists Michael Duke, Andrew Smith, Nathan Henshaw and Jay Byrnes, has found success in both concerts and recordings. Now, entering its 20th anniversary year, Nexas Quartet has announced a new season of four concerts throughout the year, featuring a collection of works by classical and modern composers. 

Nexas Quartet

“It’s time to celebrate our 20th anniversary year and to do so we are coming home to the Sydney Conservatorium,” said Nexas.

The season begins in March with Americana , inspired by American landscapes. The program begins with Dvořák’s String Quartet No 12, the ‘American’ quartet. Inspired by a summer vacation whilst working in...