We have the opportunity to expand what we do, even as we stay true to our core values and mission. Barry University has a major concert hall with beautiful acoustics, generous parking and easy access. It has a Music Program and a Fine Arts Department that speak our language. The University is about to celebrate its 75th Anniversary and we have the opportunity to participate in all that the University offers.

Our concerts are now at the 970-seat Broad Center for the Performing Arts on the Barry campus in Miami Shores, only a few blocks away from our present location. Our March concert must be moved one week later, to March 29 (if this is a problem for anyone, we shall exchange or refund your ticket). Our Summer Starburst series will also move.

Many things will NOT change. Saint Martha Concert and Cultural Affairs Inc. remains a not-for-profit Florida corporation, operating through the fiscal agency of The Miami Foundation. Yamaha and Piano Music Center remain our steadfast supporters. Our volunteers will be welcoming you and serving after-concert refreshments at all our concerts. You, our audience, will remain the best audience in all of South
Florida, maybe the entire country. And now, there will be enough seating for you to share our events with more of your friends and family.


To purchase tickets here on our website, please click on the "buy tickets" button. Or tickets may be purchased on the Barry University campus at the VIVIAN A. DECKER ALUMNI HOUSE (103 NE 115th Street, Miami Shores); Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays from 10 am - 2 pm. For info, please contact Ann Saladino 786-382-4495.


Our growing Saint Martha concert community is expanding as our artists participate ever more with local students. For example, Sandra Lopez gave a riveting master class with the choral students at Miami Beach Senior High School, and then she and Paul Posnak performed at the school. Likewise, the Spanish Brass gave a glorious master class, followed by a performance.

Every student who heard their songs experienced the best of what music can give us – a different interpretation for each person and impressions that will last a lifetime.