Festival Napa Valley Pivots with Digital Performances
Festival Napa Valley, California Wine Country’s flagship music festival that lures wine aficionados, fine food fanciers, and music lovers the world over, forges ahead during this unprecedented year with digital programming, One of America’s premiere summer destination events, the Festival continues to lead the way in innovative virtual performances after the success of ‘One Night, Many Voices,’ which was viewed through international streaming partnerships by more than 1 million households in more than 50 countries around the globe.
The next free virtual concert, Songs of Gratitude will air globally as a one-night-only online event on Saturday, December 5, 2020. The concert will showcase the beauty and strength of Napa Valley and the ability that music has to fill hearts with hope and promise.
Filmed at iconic Napa Valley wineries including Far Niente, Cliff Lede, and Theorem, Songs of Gratitude will feature performances by pianist Audrey Vardanega, the Friction String Quartet, vocalists Kelley O’Connor and Nicholas Phan, traditional Mexican roots folk ensemble Los Cenzontles, Jookin’ dancer Ron ‘Prime Tyme’ Myles, cellist Starla Breshears, and chanteuse and harpist Lucinda Belle, along with a remote vocal ensemble featuring the talents of Napa County high school choristers.
For more information and to RSVP, please visit https://festivalnapavalley.org/
Photos courtesy of Festival Napa Valley