Once upon a time, there were three cellos who needed three women to play them. Since the age of nine had the girls toiled to hold their fingers against the strings and gracefully stroke the bow across them, back and forth, just so. Nearly two decades later, the three women looked at their prodigal talents and cried, "Alas! We cannot tread where other cellos have gone before, down into the orchestra pit with the tubas and the oboes. We must conjure our own unique... More >>>