Nathan Koci
Studied accordion and English folk music in the UK with John Tams, John Kirkpatrick, and Chris Parkinson.  Earned Bachelors of Music in Horn Performance from the University of South Carolina.  


Diverse performing career including the role of Instrumental Songman (accordion) in the 1st National Tour of the Tony Award-winning play “War Horse”, produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain, live original accordion score for youandyouandyou (2011) and look at them long and long (2010) by Anneke Hansen Dance (New York), frequent collaborator with South Carolina-based folk/rock duo Shovels and Rope (Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent), performs on horn and accordion in New York City-based new music ensembles Ensemble Signal, Alarm Will Sound, and Red Light New Music.  Collaborating teacher/artist with Bang on a Can’s Found Sound Nation and Onebeat program, working with an array of international artists in socially engaging musical settings.   As a composer, writes for film, theater, dance and concert performance, including for his own ensembles The Opposite of a Train and the TCK Trio.  

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