It’s time to make time for Time For Three.
It has been five years, almost to the day, since the classically trained jam trio last performed in Jackson Hole, and a whole lot has happened since then: new music, new members, a soundtrack for a new movies, new teaching opportunities and new babies.
“I’ve missed it,” double bassist Ranaan Meyer said of playing in the Tetons. “I’m so excited — we’re all excited to come back — it’s such a special thing.”
Founding members Ranaan and violinist Nick Kendall return to the valley with new musical partner Charles Yang to launch the Grand Teton Music Festival’s new “Gateway Series” at 8 p.m. Thursday at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village.