Time for Three

Fri, February 26, 2016 at 8:00 pm
Dalton Center Recital Hall, Western Michigan University

Time for Three have called themselves a “classically trained garage band,” but even that anomalous label doesn’t begin to cover the unique quality of the group.

The ensemble, comprised of two violins and a double bass, maintains a diverse repertoire in jazz, bluegrass, classical and even contemporary pop. Known for their innovative and eclectic arrangements, the group has garnered cross-generational appeal for their superlative sound, skill, and inventive approach.

In their own words

“Ultimately, I’d love to see a world where categories are shattered, eliminated,” says bassist Raanan Meyer. “We like to have fun with all kinds of pieces and make them into something that’s uniquely Tf3. The cool thing is that we’re not cutting off the leg of a sculpture. We’re just changing it up for our purpose.”

“Our common ground is classical music and each one of us brought a different genre to the table. What was really unique was we were able to teach each other some of the influences from those other genres, respectively.”

Program Sponsors

Arts MidwestNational Endowment for the ArtsMichigan Council for Arts and Cultural AffairsArts Council of Greater Kalamazoo

This presentation is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the Crane Group and General Mills Foundation.

Support provided by the Arts Fund of Kalamazoo County, a program of the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo.