Tonight kicks off the St. Barts Music Festival, a two-week event featuring some of the world’s most prominent stars in classical music, opera, ballet, and jazz. Since 1985, this casually chic Caribbean island has hosted the spectacular performing arts festival, with intimate performances and culminating with “Always at Eddy’s”, a benefit dinner featuring the festival’s stars. This year’s St. Barts Music Festival is sure to be memorable with talented artists and amazing performances from the 7th to the 18th.
Friday, January 7, 8pm A.J.O.E Lorient Dance #1 (Stars of the Paris Opera Ballet)
Saturday, January 8, 8pm A.J.O.E Lorient Dance #2 (Stars of the Paris Opera Ballet)
Tuesday, January 11, 8pm Catholic Church, Gustavia Chamber Music (Mozart)
Wednesday, January 12, 8pm Catholic Church, Lorient Orchestra concert, Stefano Canuti, soloist
Thursday, January 13, 8pm Catholic Church, Gustavia Piano Evening – Chopin Concerto for Piano – Jon Nakamatsu (Van Cliburn competition winner)
Friday, January 14, 8pm Catholic Church, Lorient Opera evening
Saturday, January 15, 7pm & 9pm (two performances) Catholic Church, Gustavia Jazz with Jason Marsalis
Sunday, January 16 Anglican Church, Gustavia 4pm: Recital by Saint Barth Harmony
Eddy’s Restaurant, Gustavia 8pm: “Always at Eddy’s” Annual Benefit Dinner featuring the stars of the Festival plus cocktails, dinner, dancing and auction
Tuesday, January 18, 8pm Anglican Church, Gustavia The Miro Quartet
Find out more about this event at St. Barts Music Festival.