An Evening with The Portland Cello Project at Vega
“Cello and Metal and all that Jazz”
Sunday, September 11 | Doors 7pm | Show 8pm
All Ages | $13 ADV $15 DOS
Get TIX: http://ticketf.ly/1Yo6abT
“It doesn’t get much more genre-crossing than this,” says MTV
“This indie orchestra gives classical music a jolt of energy,” says Spin Magazine
“If you could see how crazy everyone around here gets whenever the PCP cello-izes a new hip-hop or pop hit (which is a lot), you’d understand why their Thing is the best Thing going in Portland,” says IFC’s Portlandia.
“The PCP has come to epitomize Portland’s offbeat music scene, one where boundaries are blurred and cellos are in abundance.” —The Strad
“An ace group of rotating cellists who take on
everything from Britney’s “Toxic” to the Dandy
Warhols and postmodern Estonian composer
Arvo Part in their one-off performances” says
“[PCP] concerts are purposely suitable for all demographics: boogie-ing grannies, head nodding hipsters, budding middle-school musicians and everyone in between because bringing everyone together in a spirit of collaboration only adds to the philosophy of diversity that PCP proudly upholds.” –CMJ
“To say that this is not your father’s cello ensemble is a vast understatement.” says Barbara Mitchell at the Portland Tribune.