Jazzy, joyous and romantic sounds are coming to the West Tisbury Public Library, where Music Street presents its latest concert, with a focus on female composers and those of Ukrainian heritage, on Saturday, March 4 at 4 p.m. It promises to be a lively afternoon of music, with playful pieces like Jessie Montgomery’s Antics and Serious Fun, two jazz-inflected works by Ukrainian-born pianist Nikolai Kapustin and the stirring Jubilation, by Stacy Garrop.

Pianist and longtime seasonal Islander Diane Katzenberg Braun, cellist Alan Toda-Ambaras and violinist Sophia Anna Szokolay will also play leading Ukrainian composer Valentyn Silvestrov’s lush, sweeping Postlude III and Ms. Montgomery’s shimmering Duo for Violin and Cello.

Works from earlier times include Clara Schumann’s pensive Three Romances for Violin and Piano, the engaging Allegro from Sergei Taneyev’s Piano Trio in D Manor, op. 22 and an delicate, impressionist piece called Soir by the French composer Melanie Bonis who, during her lifetime (1858-1937; she died the year Mr. Silvestrov was born), worked professionally as Mel Bonis in an effort to ward off sexist criticism.

Saturday’s audience will learn more about the composers and their works, directly from the performers; it’s a Music Street tradition to narrate each program, Ms. Braun told the Gazette by email.

“Audience members continuously tell me how much they learn at our concerts,” said Ms. Braun, who founded Music Street 10 years ago at the New England Conservatory.

Named for the West Tisbury road once known for its piano-playing residents, Ms. Braun’s group started out performing classical music in homeless shelters and hospitals in Boston.

Music Street also brings young professional musicians to the West Tisbury library for three off-season concerts every year.

“The fall concert is usually a vocal concert with soprano and baritone,” Ms. Braun told the Gazette. Concerts in March and June feature the violin, cello and piano, with a clarinetist joining the group in June, she said.

Saturday’s concert is free and takes place in the community room on the library’s main floor.