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Our mission:

To promote musical education and experience for volunteer musicians of all ages;

For the enrichment of our musicians and community.

2023-2024 SEASON


Monday, December 18 - 7pm



Memorial Park

300 SE Ocean Boulevard

Stuart, Florida 34994

Join the TCS as they perform many of your holiday favorites.​​

Admission is donation of a nonperishable food item(s) to the Treasure Coast Food Bank. We will be collecting the food donations at the concert.

*All programming subject to change without notice.

*Event originally scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 17

Crystal Snow Balls
Trombone Player

Sunday, February 18 - 3pm



Kane Center

900 SE Salerno Road, Stuart, Florida 34997

(772) 223-7800


Ticket price - $15.00

All tickets sold by the Kane Center

POPs, Music from Screen and Stage


Doors open at 2pm

*All programming subject to change without notice.

Sunday, April 14 - 4:30pm

TCS Classical


St. John of the Cross Catholic Church

7550 26th Street

Vero Beach, FL

No Tickets Required - Donations Kindly Accepted

Enjoy the classics

  • The Merry Wives of Windsor Overture by Otto Nicolai

  • Festive Triptych by Matthew Karram

  • Symphony in D minor by César Franck

Doors open at 4pm.

*All programming subject to change without notice.

Orchestra Conductor on Stage
Our new music director
Matthew Karram

Matthew Karram is an educator and musician based in Okeechobee County, Florida. He is originally from Flint, Michigan and attended the Michigan State University College of Music. Matthew completed his undergraduate studies in May 2013 and holds Bachelors of Music degrees in Music Education and Composition. 


Matthew has been a member of the Treasure Coast Symphony since Spring 2015 and also performs as part of the Vero Beach Chamber Orchestra, St. John of the Cross Brass Ensemble, and the St. John of the Cross choir. His original compositions are self published and have been performed by several groups in the Treasure Coast area.

As a student at Michigan State, Matthew was a member of the MSU Concert and Symphony Bands, the MSU Men’s Glee Club, Spartan Chamber Chorus Ensemble, Novum Voce collegiate choir, and Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble. He studied tuba with Phil Sinder and composition with Dr. Mark Sullivan. His conducting professors included Dr. Cormac Cannon and John Madden.


Matthew is a member of the National Association for Music Education, Florida Music Educators Association, and the Florida Bandmasters Association. He has served as the treasurer and webmaster for the Florida Bandmasters Association - District 13.

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

William Shakespeare

Conductor on Stage


Do you play the violin, viola, cello or double bass and love classical music? We are looking for hardworking individuals who are interested in joining us. Our orchestra consists of students, teachers, parents, retirees and professional musicians. All ages and backgrounds are welcome to join us.

For information or to come see a rehearsal, contact:

Kelly Levenstein, president

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