Time for Three in Studio 4A

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Zachary DePue, Nicolas Kendall and Ranaan Meyer visit NPR's Studio 4A. Gail Wein, NPR hide caption

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A portrait of Time for Three's musicians.

Zachary DePue, Nicolas Kendall and Ranaan Meyer visit NPR's Studio 4A.

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The performers who make up Time for Three met as students at Philadelphia's Curtis Institute for Music. Gail Wein, NPR hide caption

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A portrait of Time for Three's musicians.

The performers who make up Time for Three met as students at Philadelphia's Curtis Institute for Music.

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Three young string players, classically trained but with a wide range: Time for Three plays rambunctious versions of Bach's Concerto for Two Violins, and the American standard "Orange Blossom Special."

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