Category: Music

Music Events & Overview

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Wednesdays, 7:30-9: the Sanctuary Choir and Friends will meet virtually. We’ll  sing some songs, learn about music (sight singing and music theory), learn more about our vocal instruments, play some music games, learn how to look at a score, listen to music, etc. … read more.

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We have some wonderful worship services planned for March, with some really great music. As always, we welcome new instrumentalists and singers – experience not necessary, just come along for the ride and the community. Email me for information (music@fusn.org).

March 1 is the Annual … read more.

FUUSN Musicians Concert

Many thanks to our wonderful performers and the fabulous audience at Sunday’s annual FUUSN Musicians Concert. We raised $2300 for the UU Urban Ministry!

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Come to the Annual FUUSN Musicians Concert on Sunday, February 9, 3:00 pm in the FUUSN Sanctuary. The concert is FREE; donations will be gratefully accepted for the UU Urban Ministry, www.uuum.org. “For nearly 200 years, the UU Urban Ministry has been working side-by-side with … read more.

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It’s a new year and there is some spectacular music on the horizon:

A Far Cry, January 10, 8pm at Jordan Hall. Soprano Sonja Tengblad and baritone Dashon Burton solo in Shostakovich’s epic song cycle/symphony. The symphony is one of the composer’s darkest and most penetrating, … read more.

Christmas Pageant Choir

It’s officially December, and that means Christmas Pageant season is upon us! The Pageant Choir is seeking enthusiastic members both young and old! Visit Akela Franklin at the RE table during coffee hour on December 8 to learn more. What’s in it for you? Just … read more.

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Tis the season to be jolly, and the FUUSN community will be singing together jollily at our annual multigenerational Carol Sing service on December 22 – fun for all.

We are also caroling at various places on December 7, 12,16, 18 – love to have you … read more.

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November 10 brings our fall Music Sunday service, and the offering that day will go to the Newton-Brookline Asylum Resettlement Committee (NBARC). NBARC “is an interfaith group of six congregations working together to provide community-based support to asylum seekers. We began as a “Cluster” working … read more.

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Your FUUSN musicians are off to a great start to our new year together. We have immersed ourselves in different expressions of beauty and meaning, and we have helped to lead several worship services for our community. It feels good to be back. Coming up: … read more.

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“Let me tell you why I come to church. I come to church – and would whether I was a preacher or not – because I fall below my own standards and need to be constantly brought back to them. I am afraid of becoming … read more.