2023-2024 Performances now up! Mark your calendars
Come experience the music
of the people!
September 10, 2023
Cee Songbird and the Sound Travelers
January 7, 2024
postponed because of weather -
will be rescheduled to July 14
February 11, 2024
with Anand Nayak
Our concerts will happen in the main hall of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury
24 Clapboard Ridge Road
(just off I-84)
warm natural views, barrier-less entry, ample free parking.
Our concert space is on the traditional land of the Paugussett.
This is a welcoming and inclusive space for LBGTQIA, diverse religious and non-religious people, members of all races and classes.
In this age of COVID concern - we'll do our part if you do yours:
Us: enforcing the masking and vaccination requirements of our performers;
You: be thoroughly vaccinated, don't come if you have symptoms, and feel free to mask-up
(note: some performers may require masks or proof of vaccination - see ticketing)
Music at the Ridge
is a non-religious,
community program of the Unitarian Universalists of Danbury.
Our Concerts will be available both as in-person and live-streamed.
All of our ticketing is through Eventbrite.
See the link on each concert page.
Simple, yummy snacks and beverages will be available for purchase.
These concerts are supported by a team of volunteers who want us all to be able to enjoy live
Lisa Gutkin and Sue Horowitz - March 3, 2024
Lisa Gutkin is a Grammy award-winning fiddler, composer, singer, and songwriter. As a soloist, she seamlessly swings from Klezmer to the blues, or between traditional Irish and Appalachian sounds, and is best known as a member of the acclaimed Klezmatics. Whether playing the violin, tenor guitar, or singing, her songs are universally resonant.
Sue Horowitz is an award-winning Folk/Americana and Spiritual music artist. She writes and sings about everyday struggles and joys while playing the guitar. Her stories in song are poignant, timeless, and sung with warmth and confidence. Sue blends Americana and Folk, while also drawing influences from Jewish music, blues, and classic rock, making each song unique.
For over 200 years, the congregation has enhanced Greater Danbury with liberal, non-dogmatic religion; social witness and action; and cultural offerings. Committed to an inclusive understanding of the human and natural community, it is a place of welcome for all.
For group ticket information or accessibility requests, send us a message.
We will get back to you as soon as we can.