Time For Three (Artists-in-Residence)
“In person, the members of Time for Three come off as just three dudes in a band. But with their staggering technique and freewheeling genre-crossing, it’s hard not to be swept up in the force of their contagious energy.”
‒ "All Songs Considered" National public radio
Time for Three is a high-energy string trio that defies any traditional genre classification. Comprised of violinist Zachary (Zach) De Pue, who serves as Concertmaster for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, violinist Nicolas (Nick) Kendall and double-bassist Ranaan Meyer, the trio performs music from Bach to Brahms and beyond, creating ingenious arrangements that draw on bluegrass, folk and rock.
In 2009, Time for Three became the first resident ensemble with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. With a fresh artistic perspective and no musical bounderies, the group has transformed the Stella Artois Happy Hour at the Symphony series to one of the most compelling and popular concert experiences at the ISO. The trio has played a signficant role in expanding the orchestra's audience base and has been the featured artists on every major series: classical, pops, holiday and summer. Now with 14 dedicated weeks in Indianapolis, Time for Three is doing everything from programming, arranging and performing concerts to conducting education, fundraising and community events. In 2013, Time for Three’s residency with the ISO received an Indiana Innovation Award.
To learn more about Time for Three, visit tf3.com, download their music on iTunes, or connect with them on Facebook.
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