During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re offering several ways for you to join us virtually. Virtual choirs have returned for 2020-2021. Please visit our homepage for the latest offerings or visit our YouTube Channel.

Our Music Program

The musical life of First Unitarian Society is rich and varied. Our adult, teen, and children’s choirs sing a wide range of repertory representing a variety of styles, old and new. Read more about our choirs. Solo singers and instrumentalists and ad hoc ensembles, such as the FUS String Band, the Chime Choir, and the Three Sopranos, provide inspiration for our congregation and opportunities for fellowship, learning, and growth.

Our professional staff, accomplished performers, and educators all, regularly contribute to the musical tapestry. The Friday Noon Musicale series provides musical outreach to the greater Madison community by talented local musicians, and our two auditoriums provide traditional and contemporary venues for in-house and guest musicians.

friday noon musicales

For over 45 years, our Landmark Auditorium has hosted free noontime recitals. Bring your lunch and join us on Fridays, September through May, from 12-1 p.m., to hear performances by some of Madison’s finest musicians. Musicales are also broadcast on 102.9. Click here for more information.

All Music Sundays at FUS

All Music Sundays will be held on:

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Sunday, April 18, 2021

Harpsichord Recital

The Mark Rosa Harpsichord Recital seeks to provide visibility for one of the finest harpsichord replicas in the world and to promote harpsichord music in general.

Due to COVID-19, our next recital will be held in 2021. Click here to learn more.

Participating at FUS

Click here to learn more about our choirs. We also welcome solo singers, ensembles, and instrumentalists. For more information on how to get involved, please contact Music Director, Drew Collins, at