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Romanza Festivale 2020 Home Stream Schedule is completed

May 15 @ 7:00 pm - May 18 @ 6:00 am

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Celebrating the Talent of
The Nation’s Oldest City’s Vibrant Creative Community
St. Augustine’s Romanza Festivale of Music & The Arts will be streamed to you at home May 15, 16 & 17. FREE!
Over twenty performances are included from many of the original shows previously scheduled. PLUS, if you missed seeing your favorite bands scheduled to appear at the this year’s St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival, they are graciously joining in this Romanza Festivale Homestream event.
If you enjoy Festivale HomeStream, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the participating artist(s), by clicking on the DONATE button. (You do not need a PayPal account to donate.)
100% of donations go to the artist(s) who are performing at the time your donation is made.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS MAY 15-17, 2020
Introductions to each ACT by
Kathleen Vande Berg, Festivale Director
FRIDAY MAY 15 @ 7:30 PM
“SHELL SHOCK”
“SHELL SHOCK”
Award-winning play from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, written and performed by Tim Marriott, TV star from the UK, with comments by Mr. Marriott and Fen Marriott, licensed therapist.
Presented by
Compassionate St. Augustine and Romanza-St. Augustine, Inc.
SATURDAY MAY 16 BEGINNING AT 10:00 AM
STREAMING ALL DAY AND OVERNIGHT SATURDAY
A variety of concerts, plays, dance showcases, poetry readings, and more!
PERFORMANCES BY:
ACT 1: Beginning @ 10:00 AM
and Repeating @ 10:00 PM
St. Augustine Community Chorus
Highlights from their last
3 concerts
MIke Sanflippo, Conductor
St. Augustine Youth Chorus
(accompanying the
Community Chorus)
Kerry Fradley, Conductor
SJCCA Dance Collective
of St. Augustine High School
Kaila Schippani, Director
Astralis Chamber Ensemble
(flute, trumpet, piano)
Trios by Rubtsov and Stephenson
ACT 2: Beginning @ 11:20 AM
and Repeating @ 11:20 PM
RareSong
Early Music Ensemble
recorders, percussion,
cello and voices
Island Duet
Caren Umbarger and Paul Umbarger
Violin and guitar performances of their own compositions
SJCCA Dance Collective
of St. Augustine High School
Kaila Schippani, Director
“If I Had a Boat”
“Fight Club”
David Fussell,
Florida Storytelling Troupe
Story: “Cousins Visit
St. Augustine 1892″
ACT 3: Beginning @ 12:35 AM
and Repeating @ 12:35 AM
St. Augustine
Concert Band
Highlights from past performances
Margaret Kaler,
Florida Storytelling Troupe
Story: “Tourist Trap”
Blue Lotus World Dance
“Double Sword Dance”
with Gina Marie and Sandra
Matanzas Tap
Judy Woodruff, Director
“Blues in the Night”
Ray McDonald
Music Director at Memorial Presbyterian Church
Demonstration and Recital
on the
Aeolian Skinner Organ
ACT 4: Beginning @ 1:45 PM
and Repeating @ 1:45 AM
First Coast Opera
Highlights from
“Bernstein’s Broadway”
“Mario Lanza-Hollywood Tenor”
“Opera’s Most Haunting Melodies”
Ancient City Poets
featuring
Chris Bodor
with Kimmy Van Kooten and Robert Waldner
with Sam Pacetti on guitar
David Fussell,
Florida Storytelling Troupe
Story: “Country Love”
North Florida Women’s Chorale
Kerry Fradley, Director
ACT 5: Beginning @ 3:10 PM
and Repeating @ 3:10 AM
Rhythm Theory
Tap Ensemble
Jenn Vermes, Director
Deux Saisons
Keri Lee Pierson and Christopher Schoelen
Concert of Spanish and American Music:
Soprano and Guitar
Margaret Kaler,
Florida Storytelling Troupe
Story: “Sea Witch”
Astralis Chamber Ensemble
“Concertina” by Dorff
ACT 6: Beginning @ 4:20 PM
and Repeating @ 4:20 AM
Honey Burton
Tango Artist
Kathy Kniery
The Florida Storytelling Troupe
Stories: “The Trial of the Pine Tree Stump”
“The Legend of the Moss”
“Sposi Cantanti”-
The Singing Spouses
Lisa Lockhart,
Dirk Gavin McCoy,
Shannon Kessler-Dooley, John Dooley,
Olga Perez Flora,
and James Flora
Leila Warren
“Sposi Cantanti”
5th grade violinist presenting her music along with Sposi Cantanti
A Classic Theatre
presents
Harolyn Sharpe
as Dominga Zespedes, daughter of Florida’s Governor in
1785 St. Augustine
with
Dennis Fermin, guitar
ACT 7: Beginning @ 6:00 PM
and Repeating @ 6:00 AM
Sam Pacetti
Guitarist celebrating
St. Augustine in words and music with Sam’s special brand of storytelling through music
Dennis Fermin
Spanish Guitar
Duo Performance with
Jacqualine Fermin
Mama Blue
A full hour of Mama Blue’s incredible song stylings
Also check out the
St. Augustine Art Association’s Current Exhibit:
The Annual Honor Show Online at
SUNDAY MAY 17 BEGINNING @ 10:00 AM Eastern US Time
STREAMING ALL DAY AND OVERNIGHT SUNDAY
SEVEN CELTIC BANDS
JAMISON
from Philadelphia
Performances @ 10:00 AM, 4:50 PM and 11:42 PM
DUBLIN CITY RAMBLERS
from Ireland
Performances @ 10:56 AM, 5:42 PM and 12:34 AM
STEEL CITY ROVERS
from Canada
Performances @ 12:25 PM, 7:11 PM
and 2:04 AM
EMISH
from New York
Performances @ 1:03 PM, 7:49 PM and 2:41 AM
SYR
from South Carolina
Performances @ 2:03 PM, 8:48 PM and 3:41 AM
SEVEN NATIONS
from California, Toronto and Florida
Performances @ 2:22 PM, 9:08 PM and 4:00 AM
ALBANNACH
from Scotland
Performances @ 3:59 PM, 10:45 PM and 5:37 AM
Romanza Festivale is sponsored in part by:

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Start:
May 15 @ 7:00 pm
End:
May 18 @ 6:00 am
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Romanza
Website:
romanzafestivale.com

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