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

A Special UUS:E 50th Anniversary Benefit Concert!

The Amuse Blues Jazz Trio

Sunday, November 3rd at 4 PM

Paul Shumsky, guitarist, Ryan Ford, double bassist, and  Steve Dauphinais, drummer, present a relaxing afternoon of jazz featuring music ranging from Cole Porter and Kurt Weill to Henry Mancini and Gabriel Faure.
Suggested donation: $15, no one turned away

Celebrate Life with Shakti’s Light

Friday, November 8, 2019, 7:00 PM

Start the Thanksgiving season with the return of Shakti’s Light Kirtan. Singer-songwriters Vicky Hannon and Jenn Richard lead call and response mantras in a combination of original music and familiar tunes. Their style is an energizing acoustic guitar-based rock, with an emphasis on tapping into our universal spirit. Vicky and Jenn believe that music makes the world better in a far-reaching way that anyone can enjoy, no matter what your faith, or what you think your singing quality is.

Come to Unitarian Universalist Society: East and experience Shakti’s Light for yourself: share your voice, and share the joy!

A $15 donation is requested at the door, no one is ever turned away. Chair seating is provided. Bring
your own floor cushions if you want to sit on the floor. Footwear is optional. The kirtan is held in a scent-free space.

Chamber Music Salon

Last Friday of every month at 6:30

The Salon is taking August off.  Our next regular salon will be September 27.  Stay tuned for other news regarding the Salon.

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 (