As a child, I loved the duos my parents played together. I started playing the cello not because both of them were cellists, but because they played the cello together. I fell in love with the sound of the cello, and not just one cello - the more the better. Once I learned how to play, my parents could finally take me along to Cellobration, a cello celebration in South Florida. There they donated their time as teachers for amateurs and professionals who would all come together for a single epic day of only cello playing: technique workshops and group rehearsals in the morning, and one massive concert with upwards of 100 cellists playing together in the afternoon. It was for me the pinnacle of cello-awesomeness... just cellos all across the stage, some playing low and some high, all with that particular mellow cello sound that I loved so much.
Since then my fascination for all things cello has never diminished, and my compositions and arrangements are all for multiple cellists playing together. With this project, I aim to show what I love about the sound of the cello to every audience I play for.