Musical Events

Unitarian Universalist Society: East of Manchester, CT 

Don’t forget our Coffee House/Open Mic

Join us  on the first Saturday of every month – October thru May



Surcari presents a family-friendly musical event on June 2 at 4:00 pm.

Surcari (a combination of two words: Suramérica and Caribbean) is an award-winning performance group originally from Chile, Venezuela, and Puerto Rico under the musical direction of award-winning guitarist Lorena Garay. Last year, Surcari received the Arts For Learning Connecticut’s 2018 Performing Artist of the Year Award.

About the Program

During the first half of the program, the versatile members of Surcari will perform an irresistible mix of instrumental and vocal music from the Andes, the Spanish Caribbean, South America, Spain and Mexico on a wide variety of instruments.

Audience Participation

The second half of the program will be highly interactive and participatory. Surcari’s multicultural performances engage audiences of all ages as they sing, clap, dance, and play hand percussion instruments while learning about different Spanish-speaking cultures.

Join Surcari for an enchanting and colorful journey through the music of Latin America! This is a family-friendly event – all ages are welcome. 

Suggested donation $20 for adults and $10 for students, children under 10 free. It’s only a suggestion- no one is turned away!

Piano BashPiano Bash

Sunday, June 9th at 4 PM

Caution: Pianists at Play!

Come join us for the 2019 Unitarian Universalist Society: East Piano Bash on June 9th at 4pm.

Listen to piano lovers of all ages perform on the two beautiful Steinway pianos in the meeting room!

The event is free to all who enjoy live music. 

Chamber Music Salon

Last Friday of every month at 6:30

A Chamber Music Salon will be held o in the main meeting room. This is an informal gathering of musicians of all ages and levels of experience to enjoy making music together. We need to know in advance who is coming and what instrument you play so we can be prepared with music. You may also bring music that you would like to play. You are welcome to come and listen if you prefer. If you plan to attend but haven’t let us know yet, send an email to Peggy Webbe ( or Mary Bopp (