Skip to main content


Sunset Concerts

Join us for the Sunset Concerts in person at the Court House Cultural Center on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30PM. Each of the concerts reveals the individuality of each of the amazing artists, presenting a wide range of talent from elementary school age up to professionals of all ages!  $5 for non-members, free for members. Open to the public. Registration required.

  • "Hispanic Heritage Month"
    Featuring Hispanic musicians and music. Soloists include baritone Dr. Alessandro Anzalone, President of IRSC and originally from Venezuela, performing Hispanic vocal favorites; virtuoso violist Andrea Martine from Colombia; and flutist Kara Ravaschieri performing music by Piazolla and Zyman.

  • "Halloween Oktoberfest"
    Performed at St. Mary’s Chapel with Brandon Glick, piano and organ, and Paul Hamaty, piano. Come prepared to be spooked! Costumes welcome! Halloween gruel served!

  • "A month to give thanks and to pay tribute to all of our veterans"
    Soprano Susan Callahan is joined by baritone John Slivon and pianist Joanne Raulin for a concert of inspirational and Patriotic songs—From Darkness into Light.

  • "A Christmas Holiday Concert"
    With the renowned Treasure Coast Flute Choir under the direction of Al Hager. Come ring in the holidays with the glorious sounds of the family of flutes of all shapes and sizes! An annual favorite.

  • "Celebration of Black History Month"
    With one of the greatest proponents of African heritage music today, flutist Wendy Hymes Onovwerosuoke—who is married to the internationally recognized composer Fred Onovwerosuoke. Collaborating with pianist Dr. Marie Jureit-Beamish, she will share a wide variety of the vibrant music of African composers. Special guest Eula Clarke will introduce the theme of this concert recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King.

  • "Valentine's Day"
    With the MartinArts Awards award-winning soprano Lorrianna Colozzo singing favorite love songs from Opera to Broadway!

  • "St. Patrick's Day"
    Filled with many Irish favorites, including Danny Boy and other Irish classics. Cellist Jackie Robbins presents an expansive smorgasbord of Irish music through the ages. St. Patty himself may even make an appearance!

  • "A Season of Renewal"
    With the wonderfully talented young musicians of the Stuart School of Music under the direction of the MartinArts Awards award winner, Cindy Kessler.

  • "Happy Graduation"
    With outstanding young artists of the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony under the direction of the MartinArts Awards award winner Tom Servinsky. Back by popular demand, you will be totally amazed by the exceptional talent residing right in our midst.