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Access financial tools that let you do more from any device, anywhere, anytime. Our new digital banking solution will allow you to send money to friends instantly, manage your cards, make deposits, pay bills, and bank through a single, secure experience.

 

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“Evening in Granada” Los Angeles Guitar Quartet DELOS DE 3144 Released: July, 1993

Contains: Folías, (Guitar Quartet No. 4) _______

“The epic length “Folías” is one of the most fascinating pieces on this disc. Composed by the contemporary composer Ian Krouse for the quartet, it blends a range of styles and is called a “time travel’ by the composer – starting with a pulsating, lightning fast chorus of plucking and developing to the main theme midway, moving to a fascinating modern sound and then back to its theme, slowing and quietly tapering to its conclusion. Its diverse sound, from Flamenco to Baroque to modern, creates a piece that sounds both classical and contemporary, its composition much like the group itself.

“Ian Krouse is a composer whose works the [LAGQ] has played for many years, here a work whose theme is a Spanish dance. The traditional theme is played after the half-way point, revolving through versions made famous by Sanz and Guererra. Krouse understands this traditional pattern very well and how to distance himself from it, bringing it to life with a new meaning.”

~GUITAR AND LUTE, 1996

“This remarkable 15 minute piece is an absolutely compelling work, which only reveals its famous them halfway through, and moves in a circle of “time travel” as the composer puts it. Commencing with a sort of minimalistic whispering alternated with powerful chords, it journeys backwards in style from today to the Baroque and Renaissance, with guitarists sure to recognize Gaspar Sanz en route. I loved its use of prolonged motifs changing by voice, tonal sounds occasionally becoming dissonant, and then gradually evolving majestically with strong themes coming and going against a backwash of murmuring arpeggio. Folias concludes by the disappearance of each player in turn, gradually becoming nothing. A terrific composition.” CLASSICAL GUITAR, June, 1994 “...a heated contemporary piece by guitarist Ian Krouse that begins where Boccherini’s flamenco strums end. Boisterous rasgueado jump starts the 15-minute set of variations, which travel back in time as each new treatment of theme gets closer to the original Spanish Renaissance dance; by the fade-out finish, the players have exited one by one…giving Folias a ghostly ending that sweeps away the music like so much desert sand and collective memory…a stirring premiere written especially for them.” Ellis, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, September/October, 1994
“Ian Krouse’s entrancing Folias…leaps into the 20th century, only to commence a journey back to the popular Renaissance dance theme known to students of the Baroque music though Corelli’s famous Op. 5, No, 12 Variations. Krouse’s intricate development of the old melody extends the concept of variations well beyond Corelli’s simple musical geometry, and we are almost relived to hear the familiar theme directly stated after 8 ½ minutes of ingenious exploration and extrapolation. There is anticipation in this piece, and maybe a little frustration, but the purposeful motion of the music keeps us involved and always waiting for the next note.” Tom Vernier, CD REVIEW, February, 1994 “Folias” even has some vague acoustic echoes of contemporary pop guitarists like Robbie Kreiger of the Doors…” Stuart S. Penn, THE MORNING NEWS, January11, 1994





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Artist: Harold Micay, Guitarist Album: La Rosa: A Passion for Guitar Label: Equinox 10070, Released: Summer, 1996 Contains: VARIATIONS ON A MOLDAVIAN HORA





 
Move Money

 

Bill payments, account and loan transfers, and person to person (P2P) payments are all a part of the same, seamless experience in Digital Banking.

Person to Person Payments

Pay friends or family (or anyone!) instantly with Person to Person (P2P) payments. Unlike other P2P apps that require the recipient to have an account, Kish’s cutting edge P2P tool doesn’t require them to be a Kish customer—they just need a debit card from any bank. Initiating a payment takes just seconds, and the money appears in the recipients account within minutes. Users can send up to $1,500 total per day.

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Artist: Sharon Isbin, Laurindo Almeida and Larry Coryell (guitarists) Album: 3 Guitars 3,” , Label: Pro Arte Records PAD 235 Released: 1986 Contains: MILLER’S DANCE, (Falla - arr. Krouse) (1980)





Bill Pay

Save postage, time, and trees by paying all your bills easily in one place through Digital Bill Pay! Make one-time or recurring payments to any company or individual, either immediately or scheduled for a future date.

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“Evening in Granada” Los Angeles Guitar Quartet DELOS DE 3144 Released: July, 1993

Contains: Folías, (Guitar Quartet No. 4) _______

“The epic length “Folías” is one of the most fascinating pieces on this disc. Composed by the contemporary composer Ian Krouse for the quartet, it blends a range of styles and is called a “time travel’ by the composer – starting with a pulsating, lightning fast chorus of plucking and developing to the main theme midway, moving to a fascinating modern sound and then back to its theme, slowing and quietly tapering to its conclusion. Its diverse sound, from Flamenco to Baroque to modern, creates a piece that sounds both classical and contemporary, its composition much like the group itself.

“Ian Krouse is a composer whose works the [LAGQ] has played for many years, here a work whose theme is a Spanish dance. The traditional theme is played after the half-way point, revolving through versions made famous by Sanz and Guererra. Krouse understands this traditional pattern very well and how to distance himself from it, bringing it to life with a new meaning.”

~GUITAR AND LUTE, 1996

“This remarkable 15 minute piece is an absolutely compelling work, which only reveals its famous them halfway through, and moves in a circle of “time travel” as the composer puts it. Commencing with a sort of minimalistic whispering alternated with powerful chords, it journeys backwards in style from today to the Baroque and Renaissance, with guitarists sure to recognize Gaspar Sanz en route. I loved its use of prolonged motifs changing by voice, tonal sounds occasionally becoming dissonant, and then gradually evolving majestically with strong themes coming and going against a backwash of murmuring arpeggio. Folias concludes by the disappearance of each player in turn, gradually becoming nothing. A terrific composition.” CLASSICAL GUITAR, June, 1994 “...a heated contemporary piece by guitarist Ian Krouse that begins where Boccherini’s flamenco strums end. Boisterous rasgueado jump starts the 15-minute set of variations, which travel back in time as each new treatment of theme gets closer to the original Spanish Renaissance dance; by the fade-out finish, the players have exited one by one…giving Folias a ghostly ending that sweeps away the music like so much desert sand and collective memory…a stirring premiere written especially for them.” Ellis, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, September/October, 1994
“Ian Krouse’s entrancing Folias…leaps into the 20th century, only to commence a journey back to the popular Renaissance dance theme known to students of the Baroque music though Corelli’s famous Op. 5, No, 12 Variations. Krouse’s intricate development of the old melody extends the concept of variations well beyond Corelli’s simple musical geometry, and we are almost relived to hear the familiar theme directly stated after 8 ½ minutes of ingenious exploration and extrapolation. There is anticipation in this piece, and maybe a little frustration, but the purposeful motion of the music keeps us involved and always waiting for the next note.” Tom Vernier, CD REVIEW, February, 1994 “Folias” even has some vague acoustic echoes of contemporary pop guitarists like Robbie Kreiger of the Doors…” Stuart S. Penn, THE MORNING NEWS, January11, 1994





 
 
Deposit Checks

 

Depositing checks no longer requires a trip to the branch. Simply use the camera on your mobile phone! Deposit an unlimited number of checks at one time up to $5,000 total per day.

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Artist: Sharon Isbin, Laurindo Almeida and Larry Coryell (guitarists) Album: 3 Guitars 3,” , Label: Pro Arte Records PAD 235 Released: 1986 Contains: MILLER’S DANCE, (Falla - arr. Krouse) (1980)





 
Enhanced Security

 

Within Kish Digital Banking, you now have greater security options at your fingertips. Easily manage your cards and card alerts with the click of a button.

Manage Cards

Set alerts for approvals and denials, change your PIN, and easily turn your card on and off any time—right from your computer or mobile device. If your debit card becomes lost or stolen, turning your card off will turn off access to your account, giving you peace of mind and added protection.

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Artist: Harold Micay, Guitarist Album: La Rosa: A Passion for Guitar Label: Equinox 10070, Released: Summer, 1996 Contains: VARIATIONS ON A MOLDAVIAN HORA





Manage Alerts

Set up text or email alerts for a number of actions on any of your accounts or cards.  Alerts can be customized for your accounts, including Bill Pay, security, and card alerts.  Go to “Manage Alerts” to find these options.

 
 
Cash Management

 

For our business customers, we’ve enhanced our cash management features and functionality so you can do even more of your business online, including:

  • Positive pay

  • Account reconciliation

  • Wire transfers (including international)

  • Remote deposit capture

  • Tokens

  • ACH

Contact your Relationship Manager for more details.

 
Coming Soon!

 

We have several more digital tools in the works — pay with your mobile device (Google Pay, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay), open accounts online, and track your spending with our new online budgeting tool. More details to come!

Mobile app

Your new mobile banking experience

The new Kish Bank mobile app gives you full-featured functionality. To get the new Digital Banking experience on your mobile device, go to your device's app store and search for "Kish Bank."

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Apple Device Users

If using the app for the first time since our May 18 upgrade, you will need to update the existing app. This will have happened automatically if you have auto-updates enabled.

Android Device Users

If using the app for the first time since our May 18 upgrade, you will need to delete our old app and download the new app. Go to your device’s app store and search for “Kish Bank.”

 

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