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The Sarasota Music Club

Sarasota Music Club’s monthly concerts have moved to a convenient downtown location, First Presbyterian Church of Sarasota’s Fellowship Hall. Please invite a friend and join us for our free concerts, every third Friday of the month from now through March. The 2022 programs offer outstanding performances in jazz, vocals and piano.

Reservations and tickets are not required, but notice of groups planning to attend would be appreciated. Socially distanced seating will be standard and face masks required.

Information is now available for the 2022 Suncoast Music Scholarship program, a Sarasota Music Club and Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota partnership that will award a combined $10,000 in scholarships to area high school students. The Scholarship page on this website provides information about this year’s competition and a link to the application form.

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Music

``Music is the language of the spirit. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife.``

- Kahlil Gibran

Upcoming Event

JOIN US FOR A FREE CONCERT, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT
First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall
2050 Oak Street, Sarasota

Three outstanding jazz musicians will bring to life hits from decades past that will stir up sweet memories. Join us as we discover new joy in familiar melodies, harmonies and rhythms played in a unique and marvelous manner.

Michael Treni, Trombone

Al Dominguez, Piano

Cameron Kayne, Bass

Past Musicians and Recipients

    Luca Stine
    2018 & 2019 Scholarship Winner
      Maria Wirries
      2014 Scholarship Winner
        Andrea Guaita
        2017 & 2019 Scholarship Winner
          Jason Stearns, Baritone
          Jan. 2019 Concert

          Quotes & Testimonials

          “Thank you. I am ecstatic to receive one of your scholarships.”

          Skyler Miller - Scholarship Winner

          “If music be the food of love, play on…”

          William Shakespeare - Author

          “Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.”

          Confucius - Philosopher