Nick Kendall, violin

Time for Three
Photo Credit: Shervin Lainez

Nick lights up concert halls across the U.S. three continents as a solo performer and a member of the Emmy Award-winning Time For Three (TF3) and the artist collective East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO).

As a soloist and with TF3 and ECCO, Nick has performed at Carnegie Hall, New York City’s  Lincoln Center, on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts, the Kennedy Center, Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center,  Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, Schleswig Holstein Festival outside Hamburg, the Hollywood Bowl, BBC Proms, Ravinia Festival, Melbourne’s Hamer Hall, Wiener Musikverein, Marlboro Music Festival, Sydney Opera House, Hyogo Performing Arts Center outside Osaka, Dvořák Hall at Prague’s Rudolfinum, Hong Kong Cultural Center, and at an array of sports arenas across Belgium, Germany, Denmark and Luxembourg as one of the featured artists on the touring super-show “Night of the Proms.”

He has shared the stage with Joshua Bell, Branford Marsalis, Christoph Eschenbach, Joshua Radin, Keith Lockhart, Alisa Weilerstein, Michael Tilson Thomas, Jake Shimabukuro, Aoife O’Donovan, Marin Alsop, Chris Thile, James Gaffigan, Krzysztof Urbański, Chris Brubeck – who composed a jazz-inspired improvised violin concerto for Nick, Swiss pop/soul star Stefanie Heinzmann, and the legendary Irish rock band Simple Minds.

Nick’s special projects include original film scoring, recording new music by living composers,  co-writing, producing, and performing on pop albums. Besides the Land soundtrack and recording sessions with the Philadelphia Orchestra of new compositions by Jennifer Hidgon and Kevin Puts, Nick also plays on the latest release of R&B superstar Summer Walker’s hit record, “Still Over It” (Interscope, 2021).