Concert Series

Take advantage of a variety of world-class musical offerings right on your doorstep here in Westchester! Check back soon for links to purchase your tickets. 

      

Free childcare is available for all concerts with advance reservation.

Upcoming 'Music at CUUC' Concerts

Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 1pm

Let’s Go To the Hop with the CUUC Choir!

A fun time for all ages, get out your poodle skirts and leather jackets and join Lisa N. Meyer and pianist Georgianna Pappas with the CUUC Choir, soloists, duos, and trios for a concert full of popular Rock n’ Roll from the 50s Sock Hop era. Golden Oldies such as “Rock Around the Clock,” “Rockin’ Robin,” “At the Hop,” and “Blue Suede Shoes,” among others, will be included in the event. Dancers as well as listeners of all ages are welcome - wear your poodle skirts and bobby socks!

Childcare reservations are available by phone at (914) 946-1660 ext. 6.

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Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 8pm

Jazzfest!

Jazz legend Valerie Capers returns to CUUC with her incomparable Trio for an evening of standards transformed by the ensemble’s inimitable creativity. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of America’s musical treasures in the intimate setting of CUUC’s Sanctuary.

Recent events at CUC

Friends of CUUC : Chamber & Vocal Music Concert:   Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 1pm

Music at CUUC presents our annual concert of intimate chamber & vocal works features mezzo-soprano Anna Tonna singing songs by Spanish composers Enrique Granados, Carlos Surinach, and Joaquin Nin-Culmell. Violinist Elena Peres dazzles in works by Mozart and Tchaikovsky, and the program ends with Brahms’ glorious Piano Trio in C minor performed by violinist Claire Chan, cellist Sibylle Johner, and CUUC’s Music Director pianist Adam Kent. The concert opens with a family-friendly Music for All Ages presentation.

Free childcare available with advanced reservation.

A Crooner’s Christmas Choral Concert:   Sunday, December 18, 2016 at 1pm

The CUUC Choir will present holiday classics from the 40s, 50s, and 60s that were made famous by such iconic artists as Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Judy Garland, and Nat King Cole. Directed by Lisa N. Meyer and accompanied by pianist Georgianna Pappas, this concert of classes solo, duets, and choral arrangements of some of the most beloved holiday songs will end with a sing-along of popular carols. From Jingle Bells to Do You Hear What I Hear, there will be songs for everyone!

Free childcare available with advanced reservation.

African-American Musical Traditions:   Sunday, November 6, 2016 at 1pm

In celebration of CUUC’s commitment to Black Lives Matter, Music Director and acclaimed musician Adam Kent performs solo piano works by composers of African descent as well as compositions inspired by African-American musical traditions by composers of diverse ethnic backgrounds. 

Come hear rarely programmed compositions by R. Nathaniel Dett and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, as well as popular favorites by Scott Joplin, George Gershwin, Claude Debussy, and others. Featured in the program are several works by the Cuban-American composer Tania León, including Homenatge, written for Adam Kent in 2011. Also featuring Soprano Mary Lane Cobb singing settings of poetry by Langston Hughes by Margaret Bonds. 

The concert begins with a family-friendly Music for All Ages presentation with Ms. León.

Free childcare available with advanced reservation.

Jazz Fest! :   Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 8pm
Jazz legend Valerie Capers returns to CUUC with her wonderful trio for an evening of jazz standards all transformed by Ms. Caper’s inimitable touch and style.
A Unitarian Universalist Choir Festival:   Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 7pm
A festival of voices from choirs of U.U. congregations from Westchester and the surrounding areas will gather together to perform an evening of choral music from all genres. Hosted by the CUUC Choir, Choir Pianist Georgianna Pappas, and Director Lisa N. Meyer, this concert will conclude with all choirs coming together to perform meaningful and joyful works that will resound with the power that only a large massed choir can provide. A portion of the proceeds will benefit local charities of the various participating congregations.  Click for a PDF of this event.