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Time for Three's self-titled album / San Francisco Classical Voice interview

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The Best Classical Crossover Album Grammy went extinct before Time for Three had a chance to qualify for it, but the three handsome, high-energy former Curtis Institute students might easily pose as the poster boys for the genre. Their recordings have topped the Billboard Crossover Charts, and they'll be showcasing their new eponymous debut on Universal Music Classics in a performance at Yoshi's in San Francisco. They've commissioned some of the 21st century's brightest composers, including Jennifer Higdon, whose Concerto 4-3 the trio will be performing at the Cabrillo Festival on Aug. 3. And they've been featured performers with a variety of orchestras outside of the Indianapolis Symphony, where they maintain a residency. Speaking with SFCV, 34-year-old violinist Zach De Pue served as spokesperson for himself and his Time for Three (or Tf3) bandmates, violinist Nick Kendall and bassist Ranaan Meyer. READ THE FULL San Francisco Classical Voice INTERVIEW.