Tuesday Musical Club, founded in 1889, is a non-profit, small arts organization that provides free daytime public concerts of classical and contemporary music, scholarships for music students, and performance opportunities for members. The club serves the community of musicians and music lovers of Southwest Pennsylvania.
Come Join Us! We Provide:
Performance opportunities at all levels -- solo and ensemble
Education -- coaching sessions and workshops for instrumental, vocal and composition
Opportunities to have your composed music performed
Community outreach -- performances at local senior residences
Scholarships for college music students from the Pittsburgh area
Membership:The bulk of membership activities within Tuesday Musical Club takes place within the Divisions of the club. Click here for a list of these divisions.
Members may log in to this website, giving access to information not available to the general public, such as newsletters and notices of upcoming club events. If you are a member with a lost password, contact Office Manager Terri Denmon for a new password.
Scholarships:The Tuesday Musical Club awards scholarships to college students in musical fields of study. The deadline for submission of applications in 2012 has passed. The next round of applications will be in 2014. For more information click here.
Facebook:We now have a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TheTuesdayMusicalClub. Visit us there and "Like" us!
FederationTuesday Musical Club is a proud member of the National Federation of Music Clubs and the Pennsylvania Federation of Music Clubs. TMC joined the Federation in 1908, making it the third oldest member club in the PFMC.
In the Spotlight:In the Fall of 2011, the Tuesday Musical Club was featured in the "In the Spotlight" section of the website of the Heinz Endowment. Thirteen short videos were posted, with commentary. To view these, click here.
All public concerts are at locations that are handicap-accessible.
Tuesday Musical Club programs and services are made possible through the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) program of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA), a state agency. It is funded by the citizens of Pennsylvania through an annual legislative appropriation and administered locally by ProArts. The PCA is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.