Today in Morton - Feb. 16
What started as a trio of musicians who played together for fun while students at Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute for Music evolved into Time for Three, or Tf3 for short -- a charismatic ensemble with a reputation for limitless enthusiasm and no musical boundaries. Violinists Zachary De Pue and Nicolas Kendall first discovered their mutual love of fiddling in the country western and bluegrass styles. Then bassist Ranaan Meyer introduced them to his deep roots in jazz and improvisation. After considerable experimentation, the three officially formed Tf3. The ensemble gained instant attention in July 2003, during a lightning-induced power failure at Philadelphia’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts. While technicians attempted to restore onstage lighting, Ranaan and Zach, who were both performing as members of The Philadelphia Orchestra, obliged with an impromptu jam session that included works as far afield from the originally scheduled symphony as “Jerusalem’s Ridge,” “Ragtime Annie,” and “The Orange Blossom Special.” The crowd went wild.
To date, the group has performed more than two hundred engagements as diverse as its music: from featured guest soloists with The Philadelphia Orchestra to opening for K.D. Lang at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center."
Six spots left for Extreme Profits
From the MEDC:
"Our new EXTREME PROFITS series is an intense training program for business owners and managers who want to take their enterprise to the next level. If you have ever wondered if you are maximizing your profits through best practices in human resources, marketing, and finance, this series is for you! We only have 6 spots left for this session, so register quickly if you want to secure a seat."
Tuesday Mornings in March
7:30 a.m. - Noon
Morton Community Bank
$250 for MEDC Investors/Chamber Members,
$280 for non-investors/non-members
Register by February 24th at www.bradley.edu/turnercenter/events
Sponsored by Morton Community Bank