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Cellista was born on 21 February, 1983 in American, is an American cellist and artistic director. At 37 years old, Cellista height not available right now. We will update Cellista's height soon as possible.

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Age 37 years old
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Born 21 February 1983
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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Cellista worth at the age of 37 years old? Cellista’s income source is mostly from being a successful Director. She is from American. We have estimated Cellista's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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Her interdisciplinary exhibit The End of Time alongside internationally renowned visual artist Barron Storey's solo exhibit Quartet at Anno Domini art gallery in downtown San Jose, California with her chamber music collective the Juxtapositions Chamber Ensemble received critical acclaim. The dual exhibition, created in tribute to French composer Olivier Messiaen’s seminal chamber work The Quartet for the End of Time, received mention in Juxtapoz magazine.

After its first live performance, the piece was turned into a 20-minute film that debuted on at the Diamond in the Rough Film Festival. The debut performance was also featured on KQED for its 100 Days of Art series. The album is set to be released in late May 2019 and to be followed by a national tour.


Created in collaboration with visual artist Tulio Flores, ‘Bird in a Cage’ placed Cellista within an ornate birdcage on a public street. She costumed to look like a surrealist doll. As people passed by on the street, Cellista played her cello through a loop station to draw them nearer. As they came closer and listened, they were asked to fill out a paper receipt tag tied to the cage with a hope, wish or dream. Cellista performed improvised responses to those tags. Subsequent performances and projects all incorporate these tags.


Cellista's debut full-length album Finding San Jose engineered by Maryam Qudus (Doe Eye) was released in Fall 2016. Of the album, she remarked "Most especially, this is an offering to the artists of San Jose. I owe San Jose my creative life. I see the town going through a period of rapid growth and development, and I would like to offer this album to my community in dedication of a time when San Jose used to be orchards." The album was re-mixed by a number of Bay area artists including Pam the Funkstress the legendary turntablist and DJ for music icon Prince (musician).


Full-length album and stage poem. Recorded between 2015–2016, after a successful Kickstarter campaign, the album utilized the receipt tags as creative prompts from ‘Bird in a Cage.’ Finding San Jose became the soundtrack for an hour long presentation that contained a reminiscent story about a love affair with a city. The story was conveyed through the creation of a full-length film that played as the live stage poem, with ballet and live music. The film and stage poem, are both able to function independently. The album was featured on KQED and San Jose's Metroactive.


Cellista is a 2014 Belle Foundation grantee. She is also a Nagel's Scholarship recipient. For her work with Messiaen's "Quatuor Pour La Fin Du Temps", she received the Otey Award for research writing from San Francisco State University. She has also sat on several panels, including the ImagineSJ music panel. She was a San Jose Art Commissioner between 2015–2016.


Cellista (born February 21, 1983) is an American cellist and artistic director. She is known for collaborating with artists across various media, as well as live performances in unconventional spaces that incorporate elements of classical music, theater, improvisation and visual art across a range of genres including pop, hip-hop, classical and more. These performances often feature a carbon fiber cello and loop station.


Cellista plays a Luis and Clark carbon fibre cello and an 1885 Czech cello.