June 18, 2024

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Art Shines Through

Romanza Festivale set for April 29 to May 15

Romanza Festivale of Audio and the Arts, the renowned professional effectiveness collection with art, tunes and tradition in historic St. Augustine, is celebrating its 11th yr and incorporates far more than 35 occasions and reveals by dozens of independent nonprofit corporations and expertise.

From April 29 to May perhaps 15, day-to-day live shows, plays, dance showcases, art exhibits, opera, wine activities and more will be showcased.

Romanza Festivale is an annual collaboration by dozens of businesses and companies in St. Augustine. Most occasions are totally free of charge and open up to the community.

For common information and facts, performers, schedules and locations, go to romanzafestivale.com.

In accordance to important founders and board members of Romanza-St. Augustine Kathleen Vande Berg and Albert and Pat Syeles of St. Augustine, “The Romanza Festivale is teeming with true activities in the real-planet as stimulation, not escape. The exclusive Festivale, presented by inventive gurus in our community, offers indigenous street level tradition with active, participatory recreation that showcases the confluence of heritage, arts and society which is distinctive to Florida in St. Augustine.”

Amusement genres involve songs, heritage and lifestyle, culinary and wine, dance, spoken term, theater, movie, visible art and lots of supplemental productions at a variety of community venues.

Headliners include Regina Torres in “Trouble in Tahiti,” a one-act opera by Leonard Bernstein, on April 29 Akia Uwanda in a “Tribute to the Women of New Jazz and Soul” on April 30 and Romanza Dance Kaleidoscope on May possibly 6.

Well-identified efficiency artists featured in and all-around the Festivale and attraction dates will include St. Augustine’s Group Refrain, Florida Faculty of the Arts, River City Jazz Ensemble, St. Augustine Art Affiliation Plein Air Artwork and Show, Spanish Wine Tasting, Sam Pacetti, A Basic Theatre, Initial Coast Opera, the New music of Albert Syeles and a Chamber Audio Collection, amid quite a few more.

“We are very pleased to the moment yet again deliver the Romanza Festivale of Audio and The Arts to our attractive city with day by day situations showcasing dozens of concerts, demonstrates, exhibits and a lot additional, while also which include nearby arts and cultural nonprofit businesses,” Albert Syeles said.

Romanza Festivale is funded in section by the St. Johns County Vacationer Enhancement Council, and by the Point out of Florida, Office of State, Division of Cultural, and Florida Council on Arts and Tradition.