When "high-octane" (Washington Post) string trio Time for Three takes to the Carnegie Hall stage alongside the Boston Pops this Thursday, March 8, violinist Zach DePue will be watching his step, wielding a nearly 300-year old violin worth more than $1 million. DePue is borrowing the rare Italian instrument, currently on sale at Chicago's Bein & Fushi, especially for the trio's mainstage Carnegie debut.
WHO: Time for Three (Zach DePue, violin; Nick Kendall, violin; Ranaan Meyer, double bass) with The Boston Pops and Chris Brubeck
WHERE: Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10019
WHEN: Thursday, March 8, 8pm
DePue, along with violinist Nick Kendall and bassist Ranaan Meyer form the trio that's been called "flawless" (NPR) and "freewheeling" (Denver Post), known for their unpredictable arrangements of classical and contemporary music alike.
Watch their latest mashup - a cover of Kanye West and Daft Punk's "Stronger" that takes on a whole new meaning: http://youtu.be/OnzAWPlM470 http://tf3.com/http://www.shorefire.com/clients/timeforthree/
For more information on Time for Three, please contact Elizabeth Lutz (firstname.lastname@example.org), David McTiernan (email@example.com), or Rebecca Shapiro (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Shore Fire Media, 718.522.7171.