Time for Three: Category-Defying String Trio Performs Live in Portland
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The stirring works of Brahms, Barber and more are spotlighted in the latest concert from the acclaimed Portland Youth Philharmonic, now celebrating its 90th season. A pair of solo competition winners are also featured, with double bassist Nicholas Arredondo taking the lead on Bottesini's Concerto No. 2 and violinist Byron Fulop Laing showing his talents on Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole. This awesome afternoon of music gets off to a rousing start with Brahms' Academic Festival Overture and closes with Samuel Barber's Symphony No. 1. Learn More
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Time for Three
Ranaan Meyer — double bass
Zachary De Pue and Nicolas Kendall — violins
The groundbreaking, category-shattering Time for Three transcends traditional classification, with elements of classical, country western, bluegrass, gypsy and jazz idioms, forming a blend all its own.
What started as a trio of musicians who played together for fun while students at Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute for Music evolved into Time for Three, or Tf3 for short — a charismatic ensemble with a reputation for limitless enthusiasm and no musical boundaries. Violinists Zachary De Pue and Nicolas Kendall first discovered their mutual love of fiddling in the country western and bluegrass styles. Bassist Ranaan Meyer then introduced them to his deep roots in jazz and improvisation. After considerable experimentation, the three officially formed Tf3.
To date, the group has performed hundreds of engagements as diverse as its music: from featured guest soloists with The Philadelphia Orchestra to opening for k.d. lang. Tf3 has performed on many of the nation’s impressive stages, including the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and Joe’s Pub in New York. They have performed their own original works with over 60 orchestras, including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia under Christoph Eschenbach; the Cleveland Pops in Severance Hall and at the Blossom Festival; the San Francisco Symphony; the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit; the Indianapolis Symphony; the New World Symphony conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas, among others.