Bates Recital Hall
2406 Robert Dedman Drive
$30 – $50 in advance | $35 – $55 at the door | Pick your own packages
Time for Three is back, by popular demand!!!
An American trio consisting of violinist Zachary (Zach) De Pue, violinist Nicolas (Nick) Kendall and double-bassist Ranaan Meyer, Time for Three (Tf3) defies traditional genre classification, happily and infectiously. The group, derived of fellow students from Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute of Music, performs music from Bach to the Beatles and beyond with an uncommon mix of virtuosity and showmanship. Their sounds have graced intimate and large venues alike, ranging from Carnegie Hall to TV’s Dancing with the Stars.
These artists have captivated crowds with their performances of chamber classics, originals, and their own arrangements of everything from bluegrass and folk tunes to ingenious mash-ups of hits by the Beatles, Kanye West, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and more.
If you’ve never seen them live before, this is your chance!
To be announced from the stage
ATTENTION: NO FREE PARKING ON CAMPUS AT ANY TIME.
The University of Texas has removed any and all free parking on campus. We know parking can be an issue so we’ve included some helpful information on how and where to park. Be sure to read all signs carefully to avoid getting a ticket. Even on the weekends so please give yourself plenty of time to find a parking space.
Parking in the LBJ Library Parking lot is for UT parking permit holders only.
PAY TO PARK GARAGES: The closest Parking Garage to Bates Recital Hall is the San Jacinto Garage located at 2401 San Jacinto Boulevard. Additional parking for performances at Bates can be found at the Manor Garage (2017 Robert Dedman Dr corner of Clyde Littlefield & Robert Dedman).
FREE PARKING OPTIONS: There are parking meters that extend all along Dean Keeton and Red River. These belongs to the City of Austin and are FREE after 6pm Mon-Sat and all day Sunday. Please be sure to check the meters to verify times. They accept coins and Visa or MC. Anything else on campus, including the LBJ Library belongs to UT and requires a permit at all times.Click here for more information about Parking Garages Google Map to Bates Recital Hall City of Austin Parking