FRAMINGHAM – A group of Framingham High students will present the 6th semi-annual performance of F-Cubed, a concert performance, on Friday, February 15.
F-Cubed is the high school’s student-run concert, which was established in 2010 when a group of students wanted to showcase talent from around the building that might not be seen through other platforms.
The show starts at 7 p.m. at the Framingham High auditorium.
Producers this year are seniors Katie McQuail and Eliza Menzel. The two Class of 2019 students both took on an in-school independent study periods to organize the night.
This year, the performance will feature eight genres, including Indie, Pop, Jazz, Acoustic, Rock, R&B, International, and Blues/Country. performacnes will include multiple full group numbers and smaller songs from various performers and chorus members.
This year, half of the proceeds will go to the Danforth Art Museum to help with its renovations, and the remaining half will go to Framingham High School’s Fine and Performing Arts Department.
Tickets are available online at showtix4u.com for $12.
Framingham High students can purchase tickets at school for $8 during lunches.