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Portland Cello Project "secret concert"

Cellist Kelley Quesada plays Thursday. Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Skip vonKuske plays a Pantera song with four other cellists. Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Vocalist Patti King performed with the Portland Cello Project Thursday. Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Trumpet player John Whaley waits to take the stage. Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Doug Jenkins performs. Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Skip vonKuske plays with four other cellists Thursday. Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Vocalist Patti King sings Thursday. Portland Cello Project gave a performance to about 100 people at Anchorage Community Works Thursday evening, March 6, 2014. The ensemble of five cellists mixes modern and classical genres in its arrangements, and were joined for some songs by a trumpet player and a vocalist. The Òsecret concertÓ was hosted by the Anchorage Concert Association as a preview to two performances this weekend at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, which were nearly sold out as of Thursday evening.
Marc Lester
Alaska Dispatch