17th Annual St. Augustine Music Festival Begins at Cathedral Basilica from June 19 to July 2

The St. Augustine Music Festival (SAMF) is set to have its 17th free annual concerts during the last two weeks of June at the Cathedral Basilica. The festival has six concerts, plus a seventh performance known as the Juneteenth Recognition which will take place on June 19th, featuring the Ritz Chamber Players and Ann Marie McPhail. SAMF’s 2023 program will begin on June 23rd, with an introduction to the Mastriani Piano by Yukino Miyake, followed by other performances such as the “First of three B” composer’s night featuring Johann Sebastian Bach and the “Second of three B” composer’s night with Johannes Brahms at A Night of Romance. A brass quintet will join organist Tim Tuller for the ‘An Organ and Brass Concert’ on June 30th as well, and the festival will conclude on July 2nd with Nigel Armstrong as the featured artist. The concerts will take place at 7:30 pm, and those who want to reserve free tickets can visit their website or call the festival’s office.

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