A concert for a cause.

This year, the music festival will be held at Antilles School's Prior Jollek Hall. Proceeds will go to local charities and hurricane recovery. Click here for directions >>>

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The 13th Water Island Music Festival is on schedule--but with some important changes. This year, it's a one-night-only affair. Head to Antilles School's Prior Jollek Hall, 7:30 PM, Saturday, January 20, 2018.

Local media icon Alexander Randall and piano virtuoso Julian Gargiulo will team up once more to bring world-renowned classical musicians under one roof for one of the territory's most breath-taking musical affairs. Come and enjoy the skill and artistry of musicians like pianist Maria Yefimova, trumpeter Joe Burgstaller, soprano Roza Bulat and the special participation by local soprano sensation Laura Strickling. You'll also witness award-winning performances from the winning violinist of the "Getting to Carnegie" Competition. It's a sublime music experience that is one of the best-kept secrets in the Virgin Islands.

This year’s event is special, a fundraiser that will benefit local charities, particularly those involved in hurricane recovery efforts. Donations will be accepted.

Proceeds will benefit the Water Island Search and Rescue (WISAR), which serves Water Island residents who have lost their homes and property to the storms, and the St. Thomas Boys and Girls Club. Both are 501-C3 non-profit organizations. Admission is FREE, but there are other ways you can help these causes during the festival. You can participate in the Silent Auction and win great prizes. At the end of the concert, there will also be a traditional hat collection accompanied by a world-class performance from one of our artists. When you give to the hat, you’ll be helping local charities and Virgin Islanders affected by the recent hurricanes. Call Alex Randall at (340) 514-9995 if you have any questions.