Portland Cello Project with Emily Wells dual CD release

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 - 7:30pm
7:00pm
$12.00
$15.00

Seated show

Portland Cello Project in forest

A return visit by the awesome and ever so clever Portland Cello Project, augmented by violinist, loopist and vocalist Emily Wells, performing together and separately. And two new CDs means twice the fun!

PCP's new studio album Homage (May 1, 2012) covers compositions by Kanye West, Jay-Z, Osvaldo Golijov, L'il Wayne, Andre 3000, Talib Kweli and others.

Emily's new album is called Mama, and was released April 10 on Partisan Records.

Ticket options and info

  • On sale date: now
  • Phone: 612-338-2674 ext 2 ($2 fee per ticket)
  • In person: From a Cedar volunteer in the front lobby during events (no fee; cash, check, credit card), Depth of Field (no fee; cash or check only), or Electric Fetus (small fee)
  • Online: Ticketweb (fees apply) (click on red Buy Tickets button at top of this page)
  • All Cedar shows are all ages.
  • Students with ID may purchase tickets at a discount at the door.

 

Portland Cello Project in forest
Since the group's inception in late 2007, the Portland Cello Project (or, PCP, as their fans affectionately call them), has wowed audiences all over the country with extravagant performances, everywhere from Prairie Home Companion, to parties on loading docks...
Emily Wells, photo by Timmy Straw
Emily Wells has long been turning heads with her unique songcraft. The performer, producer and songwriter trades in a striking mix of classical instrumentation, folk rawness and hip-hop production anchored by her haunting combination of voice and violin. Her...

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