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Coming to The Loft, TAKE3 trio full of surprises

Classically trained performers will come at you with anything from 'Bach and Beethoven to Bieber and the Beach Boys'
TAKE3 appears at The Loft April 3.

You never know what to expect with TAKE3. Other than perhaps to expect the unexpected.

This genre-defying trio takes a classical music background, mixes it with a flair for rock and delivers a repertoire that will take you from Bach and Beethoven to Bieber and the Beach Boys, a news release says.

Known for their infectious and down to earth onstage personalities, these women will bring their infectious passion to The Loft for a performance April 3 at 7:30 p.m.

Trained at the world’s top conservatories, the Nevada Sagebrush says of TAKE3 “…. this group gave us a tremendous night of undisputed talent from some of the most passionate musicians around.”  

Highlights from recent performances include appearances with the North Charleston POPs, Cape Symphony, Boulder Chamber Orchestra, and the Symphonies of Victoria, Midland and Springfield as well as at Music in the Mountains, Redlands Bowl, OK Mozart Festival, Festival Mozaic, Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Grill, and Bear Valley Music Festival. Upcoming performances include notable debuts in NY including 54 Below, Sheen Center, Rockwood Music Hall, and around the country at Bradford Creative, Cappella Performing Arts Center, Frostburg University, Truman University among many others.

The trio keeps a busy tour schedule, performing over 60 performances around the globe each season.

TAKE3 was created by violinist/vocalist, Lindsay Deutsch, Yanni's featured violin soloist, with whom she has toured mosst of the world. Deutsch began her career as a classical soloist, performing concerts with symphony orchestras around the country. Her performance of Astor Piazzolla’s “Four Seasons of Buenos Aires” with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra conducted by Jeffrey Kahane, was selected for NPR’s Symphony Cast Program.

She is an ambassador for the Violins of Hope project, performing on violins saved in the Holocaust, including the Soraya Center in Los Angeles and with the Livermore Symphony in San Francisco. Deutsch can be heard throughout Netflix’s popular show, The Witcher and the Hulu series All About Pam. Her performances on these Sony soundtracks reached No. 1 on the Billboard charts and received millions of streams worldwide.

Tickets are $40 for adults: $40 and $25 for 30 years and under.  All fees are included. You can order tickets online here Link to Tickets Online or buy with a credit card by calling 705-971-4197.



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