Nimbus New Music Concert



Wednesday, May 29th

The second Nimbus New Music concert features multi instrumentalist Colin Fisher from Toronto/Montreal; vibraphonist Jackson Graham from Lawrence, KS; and a solo guitar set from local guitarist David Lord.

Fisch Haus, 524 S. Commerce, Wichita, KS

music starts at 7pm

$10 suggested donation

all ages

The Nimbus New Music Concert Series is curated by David Lord with the goal of creating a platform for creative and improvised music in Wichita. Each concert combines performances from out of town musicians with local Wichita musicians.


Colin Fisher:

The ever-curious Colin Fisher has a been a major presence in Canada’s music community for more than twenty years—particularly in more experimental and improvisational circles. Nothing short of a guitar virtuoso, he also wields saxophone, drums, and various other instruments with similarly refined musicality, vivid textural imagination, and sometimes feral abandon.

Fisher has collaborated with Anthony Braxton, Brandon Lopez, Daniel Carter, Joe McPhee, William Parker, Laraaji, Gerry Hemmingway, Fred Frith, Jaime Branch, Caribou and many more.

David Lord:

Guitarist and composer David Lord has been described as “a six-string anomaly, a genuine diamond in the rough” (Bill Milkowski) and as someone who “weaves true magic with his music” (Babysue). Lord has collaborated with Jeff Parker, Chad Taylor, Billy Mohler, Charles Rumback, Devin Hoff and others.

His music has been featured in publications such as Downbeat, Dusted Magazine, A Closer Listen, All About Jazz, Under the Radar, Bandcamp Daily, Alternative Press, Magnet and Tiny Mix Tapes.

His most recent album, Forest Standards Vol 3, was named #1 on Strange Currency’s Best Music of 2023.

Jackson Graham:

Graham is a percussionist currently based in Lawrence, KS. Born in Hutchinson, he has been an active musician for over fifteen years. In his youth, he was a drummer for multiple groups and toured throughout the Midwest. Since 2014, he has been studying percussion and performing in solo and ensemble settings. Now focusing on the Vibraphone, he is interested in exploring the expressive and ambient qualities of the instrument.