Portland Cello Project

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Portland Cello Project will tour Radiohead’s OK Computer during the coming 2018/19 Season. Please use the logo and text below when applicable. More photos and videos are available on the Portland Cello Project website.

“In a way, the artistic destinies of the equally unorthodox OK Computer and Portland Cello Project were meant to coincide. They will do so on [insert date] when the Portland Cello Project appears at [insert venue] for what is expected to be a thrilling performance of the album Rolling Stone Magazine called a ‘stunning art-rock tour de force.'”


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 that punk rock club in the part of town your grandma warns you not to go to after dark. The group has built a reputation mixing genres and blurring musical lines and perceptions wherever they go.

No two shows are alike, with a repertoire now numbering over 800 pieces of music you wouldn’t normally hear coming out of a cello. The Cello Project’s stage setup ranges from the very simple (4-6 cellos), to the all out epic (which has included 12 cellos playing with full choirs, winds, horns, and numerous percussion players).

The Cello Project’s mission is three-fold:

1: To bring the cello to places you wouldn’t normally hear it. (Everywhere from nightclubs to symphony halls, from sports bars to loading docks, from libraries to halftime at Portland Trailblazers games…)
2: To play music on the cello you wouldn’t normally hear played on the instrument. (Everything from Bach to Kanye to Pantera…)
3: To build bridges across all musical communities by bringing a diverse assortment of musical collaborators on stage with them. (Everyone from the Dandy Warhols to Peter Yarrow to Ben Sollee to Mirah to Garrison Keillor…)


Portland Cello Project OK Computer; Aladdin Theatre Portland OR 2012 review:

“This from someone who loves OK Computer to an unhealthy degree, from someone who’s listened to that album so many times that it should hold absolutely no surprises—tonight’s show was about 10 kinds of amazing. Haunting and vibrant and funny and jarring, lush and majestic and clever. 

In conclusion, your show was fantastic,”  Erik Henriksen; The Portland Mercury

“The artistic destinies of the equally unorthodox “OK Computer” and Portland Cello Project were meant to coincide…every piece is treated with equal sincerity, and arranged not just to invoke the original but deconstruct and re-imagine its essence.” –Tom Keogh; Seattle Times



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