Multi-instrumentalist, Nathan Kolosko performs and composes music that is both original and eclectic. Music that embraces a wide breadth of repertoire and genres, while melding ancient traditions with contemporary approaches and sensibilities. His compositions have been performed and recorded by musicians around the globe and are currently published by Doberman-Yppan & Productions D'Oz.

Nathan's recordings have gained the attention of numerous critics. "A high-octane agenda from a guitarist with the skill, imagination, and confidence to bring it alive." - Classical Guitar, London. Collaboration is a source of inspiration for Nathan. His collaborators have included musicians Carl Dimow and Dan Cosley, visual/performance artist Ling-Wen Tsai, and the middle eastern ensemble Zapion.

Nathan has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including grants from the Allied Arts Foundation and D'Addario Strings and the Maine Arts Commission. Nathan is a dedicated teacher, devoted to helping his students achieve their own personal musical goals. Nathan has taught private and group lessons for over 25 years on topics ranging from Classical Guitar to the music of The Beatles. He has published several pedagogical works and composed numerous compositions specific to his students needs.

NESI Benefit Concert

Please Join us for an evening of music & desserts to benefit a wonderful cause !

What: Join us for an evening of wonderful desserts and amazing music by
the kolosko - dimow duo, featuring New England Suzuki Institute faculty,
Nathan Kolosko (classical guitar) and guest Carl Dimow (flute & bass flute).

Program: These classically trained performers/composers will showcase
an evening of original compositions drawing from various world traditions
featuring the unique and beautiful combination of flute and guitar.

Where: 208 Pine St, Portland, ME; the lovely home of NESI board
president, Tom Newman and wife Lori.

When: Sunday, April 1, 6 - 7:30 pm.

Cost: Donations accepted with deepest gratitude -- all proceeds to
support operations and programs of the New England Suzuki Institute.
RSVP by March 28 to Clorinda Noyes, or
761-4639 (email preferred).