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Dynamic trio 'TAKE3' opens Fallbrook Music Society's new season in style

FALLBROOK – Hailed as "wonderful musicians who have a bridge to the past and a pathway to the future," TAKE3 returns to Fallbrook to open the Music Society's 46th Season Sunday, Aug. 27, at 2 p.m. TAKE3 is making Fallbrook the first stop of their upcoming 60-city U.S. tour.

"TAKE3 enjoys getting back to their roots of Classical programming and takes pride in making this music accessible to audiences who may not have the opportunity to hear it," Bob Freaney, president of Fallbrook Music Society, said. "These world-class artists are more than great entertainers, they bring deep expression through their music and connect emotionally with their audiences."

TAKE3 was created by violinist/vocalist Lindsay Deutsch, Yanni's featured violin soloist with whom she has toured throughout most of the seven continents. Deutsch, alongside cellist Mikala Schmitz and pianist Alexa Constantine, left their mark with TAKE3 as they created some of the most exciting and refreshing pop/rock/classical fusion music to be heard anywhere.

No strangers to the stage as individuals, they have made an impact on the music scene as soloists, recording tracks for film and television and appearing in front of several symphony orchestras.

TAKE3 makes it their mission to impart their love, passion and joy in music making to all who hear them, using their artistic ability as conduit for great storytelling and infectious on-stage personalities. Deutsch holds a degree from the Colburn Conservatory in Los Angeles; Schmitz holds degrees from the Oberlin College Conservatory and the Cleveland Institute of Music; Constantine graduated with summa cum laude honors in classical piano from University of California Los Angeles.

As a trio, they have become known for their eclectic programming, performing everything from the Beatles and Leonard Cohen to Beethoven.

Tickets for this performance in Fallbrook's Mission Theater are $20 for adults in advance, and $25 after 12 p.m. Friday, Aug. 25. Children 18 and under are free of charge. Theater doors open for social hour at 1 p.m .; concert hall doors open at 1:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 2 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.fallbrookmusicsociety.org or http://www.fallbrookmissiontheater.com.

Submitted by Fallbrook Music Society.

 

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