Time Out

Time Out is a group of highly accomplished High School musicians from York County, PA.

In 2006 they began playing in small group ensembles at Inspire! Studio of the Arts in Jacobus, PA., under the direction of Curt Sipe.

In the summer of 2009, when they were 12 years old, they began working together as Time Out. Since that time they have written 10 original songs, available on 2 CDs, MMIX and Time Travel.

Time Out has opened for Grammy nominated pianist, Eldar Djangirov and played at many festivals and local venues in the PA area. They have studied with Anthony Wellington and continue to be coached by Curt. In the summer of 2010, Members of Time Out traveled to Germany with Curt and Anthony where they participated in concerts and clinics and performed with Anthony Wellington and Liane Carroll.  
They recently have played at The Artscape Festival in Baltimore, MD, the Clare House Benefit Jazz Concert in Lancaster, PA., were selected to showcase at The Millennium Music Conference in Harrisburg, PA, and have been invited to be featured at York, PA’s jazz festival taking place at The Strand.


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”Are you a jazz band? We're more contemporary. We have a lot of funk tunes, and we play just about everything. Some songs we cover, but most of our tunes are getting to be originals.” Flip SIde PA

“What makes Time Out special, though, is that they don't practice and work at becoming great musicians because they want fame or fortune--at least that's not the primary reason. These students love playing music, and that's the message that Inspire! teaches to all of its students. Music should be fun and enjoyable” Fox 43 Blog

Primary Instrument

Band/orchestra

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Clinic/Workshop Information

Experienced clinicians. Taught clinics at Red Land Jazz Festival in April of 2011.

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Albums

Time Travel

Self Produced
2011

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