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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
May 20, 2018-
May 20, 2018
02:00PM - 03:00PM
Mini Concert at the Museum
Enjoy a Sunday afternoon of live music at the Museum.
Sonoma,
History Museum of Sonoma County
Event Description

"Dirty Cello\'s music is all over the map: funky, carnival, romantic, sexy, tangled, electric, fiercely rhythmic, and textured, and only occasionally classical." —Lou Fancher, Oakland Magazine.


Enjoy a Sunday afternoon of live music at the Museum. Curated by bay area band, Dirty Cello, the mini-concert\\\'s repertoire will present an eclectic mix of fine music from all over the bay area and beyond. Each mini concert at the Museum is different, as Dirty Cello has a large and varied repertoire.

From China to Italy, and all over the U.S., Dirty Cello brings the world a high energy and unique spin on blues and bluegrass. Led by vivacious cross-over cellist, Rebecca Roudman, Dirty Cello is cello like you\\\'ve never heard before. From down home blues with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin\\\' bluegrass, Dirty Cello is a band that gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping!

 

 

General Admission applies. Suggested donations for the musicians will be gratefully accepted. 

Event Sponsor receives 2 tickets and recognition in Museum\\\'s marketing materials. Event sponsorships are completely tax-deductible.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Cynthia Leung     Email: programs@sonomacountymuseum.org
Phone: 707-579-1500


 

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