Dirty Cello to perform at Field Hall

PORT ANGELES — Field Arts & Events Hall and Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts will present Dirty Cello, their inaugural partnership, in the first Festival Encore Concert.

The concert will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Field Hall at 201 W. Front St., Port Angeles. General admission is $35, students can enjoy the show for $15, and youth ages 17 and younger can attend for $10. Tickets are on sale at www.jffa.org.

Hailing from San Francisco, Dirty Cello brings a blend of blues, rock and Americana, led by cross-over cellist Rebecca Roudman, whose playing earned multiple standing ovations at the 2023 Juan de Fuca Festival.

“I am so excited for our very first partnership between JFFA and Field Arts & Events Hall,” said Kyle LeMaire, executive director of JFFA.

“United in purpose and passion, the Juan de Fuca Foundation and Field Hall are looking forward to forge a path that inspires, uplifts, and awakens the artist within us all,” he added.

Steve Raider Ginsburg, executive director of Field Arts & Events Hall, said that the collaboration is exciting.

“With JFFA’s experience and Field Hall’s state-of-the-art facility, we can’t wait to share this encore experience,” he said.

To learn more about upcoming events at Field Hall, visit www.fieldhall events.org.

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