Waltzes, tangos, café music, baroque solos and classical gems from films are all on the program for the Musical Contrasts concert by Music Street at the West Tisbury Library, March 22 at 3 p.m.

Featuring pianist Diane Katzenberg Braun, cellist Eunghee Cho and violinist Li-Mei Liang, the free concert is open to the public.

Ms. Katzenberg Braun is a graduate of Oberlin College and New England Conservatory who founded Music Street to bring the highest quality live music performances to underserved areas, including homeless shelters and hospitals, as well as to bring off-season concerts to the library and facilitate piano donations where they are welcome.

Mr. Cho graduated magna cum laude and as a Steven and Kathryn Sample Renaissance Scholar from the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California. He has appeared as soloist with numerous orchestras around the country including the Sacramento Philharmonic, Atlantic Symphony, Davis Symphony, and Sacramento State Symphony Orchestras. He currently holds the Joyce & Donato Steele Chair as Principal Cello of the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, and frequently performs as Principal Cello with Cape Symphony, Unitas Ensemble, and Symphony by the Sea.

Ms. Liang’s has appeared in renowned concert halls worldwide, and since 2013 has served as the associate concertmaster of the Orchestra of Indian Hill. Recent highlights include performances in South Korea with the New York Classical Players, a 19-city tour in China with the Petrucci String Quartet, and regular appearances with the renowned East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO). She is a full-time music theory faculty member at the New England Conservatory, as well as a theory and violin instructor at its Preparatory School. She also teaches private violin lessons in the Arlington Public Schools. In previous years, she has served as a Lecturer in Violin and Chamber Music at the University of California, Irvine, and a chamber music teacher for the Quad Chamber Music Program at Harvard.