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Time for Three twists classical roots into genre-smashing music / Chicago on the aisle article

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The term "crossover" just doesn't seem adequate for the super-eclectic, albeit classically rooted, string trio Time for Three, which makes its debut at Chicago's City Winery on July 7. A different word is needed for the creative adventures and mash-ups that fire the collective imagination of violinists Nicolas Kendall and Zachary De Pue, and bassist Ranaan Meyer. If there's any road these youthful musical wanderers have not yet taken, it's only a matter of time. They are stylistically peripatetic - with a vengeance. 

Time for Three's new self titled album has just been released on Universal Music Classics "We're just three guys who like to have a great time," says Meyer, who met his two mates while all three were students at the famed Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. "We feel our music with a fabulous amount of passion. We take a rock band mentality. We empower each other."  

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