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Music @ Main: Free Music Programs at the Main Library

Jacksonville Public Library's Main Library proudly contributes to our community's cultural life by offering a wide variety of classical music programming.  All of the performers freely donate their time and talents for the opportunity to perform in the series, and we have been fortunate to present programs in partnership with area schools, colleges and universities, with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, and with Friday Musicale, Jacksonville's oldest community music society.

Music @ Main concerts have included world premieres of more than a dozen newly-composed works in a variety of vocal, choral, and instrumental styles. Printed program guides accompany each performance, providing information about the compositions and the performers, as well as selective listings of related reading and listening materials available from the Library's superlative collection of music resources.

Music @ Main concerts are open to the general public and reservations are not required. Unless otherwise noted, these free concerts are presented in the Main Library's Hicks Auditorium, located on the Conference Level of the Library near the Main Street entrance.

Concert Parking

Music at Main

Main Library
Feb 10 2019 -
3:00pm to 4:30pm

Music @ Main Sunday Intermezzo with First Coast Flute Choir

The First Coast Flute Choir is an ensemble made up of members with various backgrounds playing piccolo, C flute, Alto flute in G, and Bass flute.

Main Library
Mar 10 2019 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

Intermezzo @ Main Douglas Anderson Piano Department

Douglas Anderson Piano Students

Main Library
Apr 14 2019 -
3:00am to 4:30am

Music @ Main Sunday Intermezzo with Gary Smart

Gary Smart's career has encompassed a wide range of activities as composer, classical and jazz pianist, and teacher. Always a musician with varied interests, he may be the only pianist to have studied with Yale scholar/keyboardist Ralph Kirkpatrick, the great Cuban virtuoso Jorge Bolet, and the master jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. A true American pluralist, Dr. Smart composes and improvises a music that reflects an abiding interest in Americana, jazz, and world musics, as well as the Western classical tradition.

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