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Time for Three

Time for Three

Jan 26th 2018 @ Carnegie Hall

New York, NY
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About Time for Three
Genres:
Classical, Instrumental, Other
Band Members:
Nick Kendall - Violin, Ranaan Meyer - Double Bass, Charles Yang - Violin
Hometown:
Philadelphia, PA

Time for Three, or TF3 for short, has performed from Carnegie Hall and the famed jazz club Yoshi’s in San Francisco to European festivals, NFL games and the Indy 500. The...
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Grammy Salute to Classical Music at Carnegie Hall: Celebrating the Legacy of Leonard Bernstein
Friday, January 26th, 2018
2:30 PM
Carnegie Hall
881 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019
8 RSVPs
To mark the return of the GRAMMY Awards® to New York and Leonard Bernstein’s centennial, the GRAMMY Salute To Classical Music brings together artists from across a spectrum of genres along with young musicians from the Lang Lang International Music Foundation to celebrate the legacy of the legendary composer and conductor. The afternoon is hosted by noted pianist Lang Lang and features performances by Renée Fleming, Pablo Sainz Villegas, and other special guests.
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About Time for Three
Genres:
Classical, Instrumental, Other
Band Members:
Nick Kendall - Violin, Ranaan Meyer - Double Bass, Charles Yang - Violin
Hometown:
Philadelphia, PA

Time for Three, or TF3 for short, has performed from Carnegie Hall and the famed jazz club Yoshi’s in San Francisco to European festivals, NFL games and the Indy 500. The...
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Fan Live Reviews
Ken
Denver, CO@
Boettcher Concert Hall
January 1st 2017
These gentlemen are the very best of class, best of show. Happy to call them friends!
Duane
Indianapolis, IN@
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
January 6th 2015
Any time you get a chance to see Time for Three it's going to be a great evening of talent and entertainment!
Mallory
Indianapolis, IN@
Hilbert Circle Theatre
October 24th 2013
time for three is beyond talented and their experimental collaborations are always amazing