Classical training meets jam-band bliss

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.

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