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St. Augustine Music Festival 2023

Save the dates for the St. Augustine Music Festival 2023 — one of the nation’s largest, free classical music festivals.

When:  Friday, Saturday & Sunday | June 23-25 and June 30, July 1-2, 2023 at 7:30pm (doors open at 7:00pm).

Where:  The Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine … providing a beautiful backdrop as well as excellent acoustics!

A celebration of world-class music. Enjoy listening to everything from Bach to Mendelssohn to Brahms, Strauss and more. There will be a night of piano on the SAMF Steinway Grand Piano that was donated to the St. Augustine Music Festival.

Performance Schedule

Friday, June 23       —  Summer Solstice – A Night of Piano and Voice, Pianist Yokino Miyaki and vocal Ann Marie McPhail
Saturday, June 24  — “BACH” Baroque Night – Works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Felix Mendelssohn
Sunday, June 25     —  “BRAHMS”,  A Night of Romance – Works by Richard Strauss, Ernő Dohnányi, and Johannes Brahms

Friday, June 30      —  Dedicated to Cathedral Basilica Organ and Brass Quintet Concert – featuring Tim Tuller, Organist
Saturday, July 1     —  Musical Metamorphosis – Works by Osvaldo Golijov, Richard Strauss, and John Adams
Sunday, July 2        —  “Beethoven”, a Night with Nigel – Works by Ludwig von Beethoven and Joseph Haydn, Artist Nigel Armstrong, Violin

Click the website link for all additional details.


Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine
38 Cathedral Place
St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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