The Friday Noon Musicales is First Unitarian Society of Madison’s distinguished artist recital series. Since 1971, FUS has offered this free noon-hour recital series as a gift to the community. The music performed is mostly classical, but folk, jazz, and musical theatre styles are presented on occasion.
- No ticket is required—Free and open to the public.
- Enjoy complimentary coffee and tea.
- Buses are welcome to drop off in our parking lot.
- Our facilities are handicap accessible.
Join us most Fridays from 12 – 12:45 pm in the Atrium Auditorium.
Come experience some of the finest musicians in the Midwest in the architecturally significant spaces at FUS.
12 – 12:45 pm • FUS Atrium Auditorium
Free and Open to the Public. No Ticket Required.
Linda Warren, harp. Solo harp music by Renié, Tournier, Salzedo, Grandjany, Watkins, and Zaerr.
Steven Meyer, guitar. You have heard Steven Meyer at Stoughton Opera House, Sunday Afternoon Live at the Chazen Museum, on WVMO and WORT, and on his several albums. Hear his FUS debut on a mostly Classical program, with some lighter fare as well. Curiosity beckons the listener to a romantic, passionate, and sophisticated musical adventure! **Rebecca Kite, originally scheduled, is not able to perform. Her Musicale will be rescheduled next season.**
Camerata String Quartet. Music by Florence Price, Giacomo Puccini, Antonin Dvorak, Duke Ellington, and Scott Joplin.
Four Seasons Theatre. The last Musicale for the 2021–2022 season will feature Broadway favorites.