Celebrating Culture Series

The Celebrating Culture Series, formerly known as the “Fall Concert Series” is a year-round, curated showcase of live performances featuring accomplished local artists across various cultures, genres, and backgrounds. Our goal is for you to leave each performance not only entertained and delighted but also having learned something new! The Celebrating Culture Series is an excellent opportunity for friends and families to enjoy a cultural experience together for free.

Upcoming Performances

Monday, March 13 | 6:30 PM

Reel Treble

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day early with some lively Celtic music by Reel Treble. 

Reel Treble specializes in traditional up-tempo Irish, Scottish, Old-Time Cape Breton, and Bluegrass tunes. The group performs at Scottish and Irish festivals around Texas yearly.


string instruments leaning against a wooden wall

Monday, April 24 | 7:00 PM

Flutasia Flute Choir

Take a musical trip around the world through enchanting flute melodies from the Americas to East Asia.

A community flute choir founded in 1991, Flutasia performs a wide variety of music, from classical to modern, including works unique to the flute ensemble. 

woman playing flute on a dark stage

What Can You Expect at a Celebrating Culture Performance? 

Every performance the Library hosts is unique and captivating, engaging each audience member through music and stories. Here is what our patrons have experienced at previous performances:  

  • A place for family and friends to gather for a cultural experience
  • Interactions with the performers and their instruments  
  • Inside look at the life of an artist 
  • Learning the history of the music performed 
  • Discovering new music 
  • A chance to appreciate performances you might not otherwise see or hear on your own