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Portland Cello Project's Purple Reign presented by Sun Valley Museum of Art
Concerts & Performances

PERFORMING ARTS RESIDENCY & CONCERT SERIES: Portland Cello Project’s “Purple Reign”

Sunday, April 10, 2022 - 7:30 PM

What started in 2006 as a one-off with a group of nine cellists onstage at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge has evolved into a nationally recognized performing, recording and educational group with a revolving cast of cellists. Portland Cello Project (PCP) has developed a three-part philosophy that has mostly remained unchanged over the years: Bring the cello places you wouldn't normally see it; perform music on the cello you wouldn't normally associate with the instrument alongside music from the Western Classical Tradition; and build bridges between different musical communities through education, community outreach, and collaboration with myriad artists.

And now PCP turns the evening purple, blending their deep textures with the unique harmonic landscape and the artistic power of Prince. The addition of musicians who have worked with Prince, such as Saeeda Wright and Tyrone Hendrix, guarantees a lively evening of diversely curated music that influenced—or was influenced by—The Purple One.


About SVMoA's Performing Arts Residency

For 25 years, SVMoA has been bringing professional musicians, authors, and artists into Blaine County Schools to work with and perform for local students. All of the performers in the 2021/2022 Performing Arts Residency & Concert Series will be sharing their talents with students through our Residency Program.

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Outreach activities for Portland Cello Project are supported, in part, with funds provided by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), the Idaho Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
2021/2022 Performing Arts Residency & Concert Series Sponsors:
Robin Leavitt & Terry Friedlander | Lloyd Construction | Susan Reinstein & Brian Ross | Jane Rosen & Scott Miley | Wood River Inn & Suites

HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR 2021–2022 CONCERTS:

All attendees at SVMoA performances and residency activities must wear a mask. Concert guests over age 5 (starting January 1, 2022) must also show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the performance.

 Thank you for helping us keep our community healthy.

 

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Ticket Prices
As always, tickets on sale to members FIRST!

Balcony seats: $25 member / $35 nonmember / $12.50 student
Standard seats: $35 member / $45 nonmember / $17.50 student
Premium seats: $60 member / $70 nonmember / $30 student
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