EMMA Concert Association announces first show of the 43rd Season

St. Augustine, FL — The EMMA Concert Association is proud to announce the first concert of its 43rd Season. Voctave — an a Cappella Sensation — will be on stage from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, September 11, 2021 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, 14 Granada St., downtown St. Augustine. Tickets are available at emmaconcerts.com or call 904-797-2800.

Best known for its Disney medleys, showtunes and Christmas songs and watched by more than 150 million on YouTube, the Orlando-based Voctave is an a cappella ensemble — meaning the 11 members sing unaccompanied. Formed in 2015 by producer and arranger Jamey Ray, the voices that bring their artistic arrangements to life represent a wealth of diverse backgrounds and musical experiences.

The group has performed with Grammy, Dove and American Music Award winners. With multiple No. 1 songs and albums on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify, Voctave has also ranked in the top 25 on Billboard Magazine’s charts. The group has recorded a total of 8 albums. In 2019, the group performed with an orchestra for the first time at the 84th Bach Festival in Winter Park, Florida.

“We are excited to bring beautiful live music back to our beautiful city,” said Joanne Everett, President of EMMA Board of Directors.

Tickets are $50 per guest and include parking and a shuttle to and from the venue. Parking will not be available at Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College for this concert. Parking will take place at the St. Johns County Council on Aging, 180 Marine St., St. Augustine FL 32084. Guests will then be transported to and from the concert venue by shuttle service. Student tickets are available for $10 with student ID, and children’s tickets are also $10 per child.

Other upcoming concerts in EMMA’s 43rd Season include Peacherine Ragtime on October 2, 2021; Holiday Pops by The Gainesville Orchestra on December 15, 2021; the world-renowned Vienna Boys Choir on February 5, 2022; the Russian National Orchestra on February 12, 2022; and Siberian Virtuosi on March 19, 2022. Tickets to all performances are available at emmaconcerts.com

ABOUT EMMA CONCERT ASSOCIATION: Started by a small group of music lovers in April 1979, the organization was named after a famous Spanish cellist, Emil Maestre, who retired to St. Augustine. EMMA is a nonprofit all-volunteer organization with the mission to produce quality music and dance performances at modest ticket prices. In 1989, the EMMA Board of Directors formed the EMMA Guild. The board and the Guild work hand-in-hand to produce one successful concert after another. Since 1993, Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College has been the home for EMMA’s concerts. Learn more at emmaconcerts.com and follow along on Facebook at www.facebook.com/emmaconcerts and Instagram @emma_concerts

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