Free Event

Romanza: North Florida Women's Chorale

Saturday, May 4, 2019, 12 - 1 pm at Ancient City Baptist Church

The North Florida Women's Chorale performs its 2019 Romanza concert, "Much Ado About Women," celebrating women's roles in society.

Historic Downtown
27 Sevilla Street, St. Augustine, FL, 32084
(904) 806-7781
  • The North Florida Women's Chorale will perform its 2019 spring concert as part of the Romanza Festivale of Music and the Arts. The free concert will take place from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 4, 2019, at Ancient City Baptist Church.

    Directed by Kerry Fradley and accompanied by Kathleen Vande Berg, the North Florida Women's Chorale is one of the premier vocal ensembles in northeast Florida. The chorus of 40 treble voices consists of singers from Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach, and St. Augustine.

    The program, entitled “Much Ado About Women,” will celebrate women's roles in society. Songs will include the suffragette anthem "March of the Women, a Shaker worker song "Will Be a Child of Peace," and many others, all about the importance of supporting family and one another.

    The North Florida Women's Chorale has been making music for 28 years, performing semiannual concerts in Jacksonville and St. Augustine. For more information, please visit here.

    Admission: Free.

    When: Saturday, May 4, 2019, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

    Where: Ancient City Baptist Church is located at 27 Sevilla St. in downtown St. Augustine.

    Romanza Festivale of Music and the Arts

    To learn more about the Romanza Festivale 2019 in general and for a rundown of the full two weeks of events, visit here.

    For details on Romanza Festivale, its goals, sponsors, organizers, and more, visit the Romanza website here.

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