Music at the Ridge
Music at the Ridge is a non-religious, community program of the Unitarian Universalists of Danbury.
Concerts will be available both as in-person and live-streamed. All of our ticketing is through Eventbrite.
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- These concerts are supported by a team of volunteers in support of live music
- Concerts are held in the main hall of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury
- Comfy chairs, warm natural views, barrier-less entry, ample free parking.
- This is a welcoming and inclusive space for diverse religious and non-religious people, LBGTQIA, members of all races and classes.
- Simple, yummy snacks and beverages are available for purchase.
- (Note: some performers may require masks or proof of vaccination – see ticketing) 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
2023 -2024 Season:
- December 3 Cee Songbird and the Sound Travelers
- January 7, 2024 Claudia Schmidt
- February 11 Lui Collins
- March 3 Lisa Gutkin and Sue Horowitz (split bill)
- April 7 The Kennedys
- May 5 Joe Jencks
- June 9 Reggie Harris
Cee Songbird and the Sound Travelers are musicians with a mission to present real R&B and blues with integrity, knowledge and soul.
Sunday, December 3, 4 – 6pm EST Click HERE for Tickets
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury
24 Clapboard Ridge Road, Danbury, CT 06811
Cee Songbird on Vocals is a native of NYC, born in Harlem and raised in the Bronx. An experienced, sultry powerhouse, Mezzo-Soprano, her early performances started at Washington Irving High School’s Gospel Choir and the NAACP Choir. Her first public professional appearance was at the legendary Apollo Theater stage at age 17.
Cee Songbird and the Sound Travelers also features these great musicians:
- Mario Giampaglia on Guitar
- Laurence Holland on Bass
- Scott Staton on Keyboard
- Tito Wilson on Drums
- Tony Curry on Harmonica