"Yo-Yo Ma, you have met your match. Whether plucking or sawing, the Cello Fury quartet can seriously rock out...Trim and longhaired, they play with head-bobbing gusto — and their harmonies form the soundtrack to your most feverish dreams." (Pittsburgh Magazine, Best of the 'Burgh, July 2012)

"The searing power of Cello Fury’s music must be experienced live - where the indescribable movement in the air is as tangible as the fervent sway of the cellists’ long locks as their fingers dance among the four strings." (Indie Music Examiner by Cassandra Quinn, February 25, 2011)

"From concerts to recitals to informal engagements, Cello Fury emerged as a badass force, one which in 2009 performed for 60,000 sports fans as part of the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens game half-time entertainment show at Heinz Field." (CultureMap Houston by Joel Luks, July 30, 2012)

"Cello Fury is not your grandmother’s quartet...The music reaches deep into the souls of the audience and compels either movement or enraptured attention; demanding and pushing with each note and phrase." (Mystery Tricycle, April 17, 2011)

"Cello Fury achieves a modern rock sound that has metal in its lineage, while achieving a level of technical perfection that is surprising." (Wildy's World, August 9, 2011)

"The alchemy of an ensemble, which effortlessly fuses two contrary genres of music together, can be appreciated only if it is able to reach an eclectic audience. Fortunately, Cello Fury has been able to accomplish that effort by performing for small audiences in intimate spaces...and for crowds of over 60,000." (The PIttsburgh Scene)

"[Cello Fury] supersede[s] passive entertainment and play[s] the same stimulating role that the best visual arts do...Cello Fury inspired a lot of smiles and confounded passersby who would never have contemplated a match-up of three cellos and a drum set." (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Mary Thomas, June 13, 2012)

Full Reviews and Articles

"Classic cello meets 80s metal rock" (Sioux City Weekender)


"Cello Fury rocks with a new voice" (Pittsburgh Tribune Review)

"Head Banging Strings:  Cello Fury combines classical cello and hardcore rock stardom" (Houston Culture Map)

"Feel the Fury:  Cello Fury, Symphony of Shadows" (Skope Magazine)

"Cellos Rock!" (InYourSpeakers Media)

"Cello Fury: Classical and Rock Music Collide For A True Musical Experience" (Indie Band Guru)

"Five Questions for Cello Fury" (SXSW Baby! Weblog)


"String Theory:  Orchestra Event Immerses Kids in Music" (The Indiana Gazette)

"Best (and Coolest) Local String Players" (Pittsburgh Magazine)

"Ready for Something Different?" (InYourSpeakers Media)

"Pittsburgh's Cello Fury unleashes their new album (Indie Music Examiner)

"Feel the Cello Fury" (Windsor Square)

"Album Review: Cello Fury" (The Pittsburgh Scene)

"Cello Fury--Self-Titled 2011 (Mystery Tricycle)

"Cello Fury" (Wildy's World)