Virtuoso pianist Sergey Belyavsky returns to First Presbyterian


Pianist Sergey Belyavsky

A piano concert featuring Russian virtuoso pianist Sergey Belyavsky alongside Dr. Jacob Craig, Director of Music and Arts at First Presbyterian, will be held Sunday, March 29, at 4:00pm in the First Presbyterian Church sanctuary, 520 Royal Palm Boulevard, Vero Beach. This concert will feature both four-hand and solo performances. Admission is free; a $10 donation is suggested.

This will be Belyavsky’s fourth visit to Vero Beach, and the performance between these two incredible pianists is always full of excitement. Each year the audience grows, and this year will be no exception. Be sure to arrive early to get a good seat!

Sergey Belyavsky (pronounced: “Belly-ahf-ski”) is an award-winning pianist from Moscow, Russia. He has been a soloist with the Moscow State and Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestras. He has also performed throughout the world in major concert halls such as Carnegie Hall, and Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow.

Dr. Jacob Craig is the Director of Music and Arts at First Presbyterian Church of Vero Beach. Jacob received his Bachelor of Music Education and Piano Performance degree from Shorter University in Rome, GA before moving on to Tallahassee, FL to receive his M.M. in Choral Conducting and Literature under Dr. Andre Thomas at Florida State University.  As of 2019, Jacob completed his Doctorate of Sacred Music in Performance at the Graduate Theological Foundation and Oxford University.  As Director of the ACTS Choristers, Sea Oaks Chorus, and Silver Tones community choirs, Jacob is also a competitive Highland Bagpiper.

For more information, please contact Ginger Lagemann, Music and Arts Administrator, at (772) 592-9088 or

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