Time for Three Joins YOSA Philharmonic for Special Performance at the Tobin

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From Left: Charles Yang, Ranaan Meyer and Nicolas Kendall of Time for Three - COURTESY OF TIME FOR THREE
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  • From Left: Charles Yang, Ranaan Meyer and Nicolas Kendall of Time for Three
As part of the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio’s Zachry Series, the YOSA Philharmonic performs with Time for Three at the Tobin.

With the unusual ensemble makeup of two violins and a double bass, Time for Three bucks tradition to form a tight-knit trio with serious panache. Violinists Nicolas Kendall and Charles Yang join forces with bassist Ranaan Meyer to render music of all types, from J. S. Bach to Katy Perry, and, backed by the Philharmonic, they’ll perform a set of virtuosic selections that are sure to impress.



The Philharmonic fills out the program with their renditions of Malcolm Arnold’s Four Scottish Dances and George Gershwin’s An American in Paris, for what is sure to be a crowd-pleasing night.

$5-$22, Sun Jan. 27, 7pm, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, H-E-B Performance Hall, 100 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-8624, yosa.org.

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