Friends – I’m thrilled to share the details for upcoming Adult Spiritual Formation opportunities, including dates, times, and registration information. It’s an exciting range of offerings, and I’m deeply grateful to the lay leaders who have made it all possible. I look forward to seeing … read more.
Friends – The summer months at Davies are a time for deep thought and careful planning as we move steadily toward Ingathering on September 11. Details are still in the works, but I couldn’t wait to share the panoply of offerings we’ve got planned for Spiritual Formation … read more.
CAMP SPRINGS, MD – Cellist Syneva Colle joins the Davies Concert Series to present the rhapsodic “Cello Concerto” of Errollyn Wallen, along with works by Imogen Holst and William Sweeney, on Sunday, April 3 at 5pm. Equally at home composing, arranging, and performing as a cellist and pianist, Colle is a … read more.
This Sunday, March 6, we lift up our voices in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. I invite you to attend worship – online or onsite – wearing blue and/or yellow, the colors of the Ukrainian flag. Let’s fill the Sanctuary and our Zoom screens … read more.
CAMP SPRINGS, MD – Renowned pianist Brandon Felder brings his “Mosaic Intersections of Sound” to the Davies Concert Series’ 50th Anniversary Season on Saturday, February 26 at 5pm, filling the acoustically rich Davies sanctuary with a musical story of hope and possibility.
Felder has performed with the National Symphony Orchestra and … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, we affirm and promote: “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” With that in mind, Davies Unitarian Universalist Congregation will offer a series of Spiritual Formation opportunities in Spring, 2022. We’ll look at the truth of our collective past, explore … read more.
The Davies Concert Series’ 50th Anniversary Season continues Sunday, February 6 at 5pm with the Amy K. Bormet Jazz Trio, featuring Bormet as vocalist and pianist, Karine Chapdelaine on bass, and Angel Bethea on drums. The founder of Washington Women in Jazz, Bormet will bring her own works to the intimate Davies concert stage, as well … read more.
The Davies Concert Series’ 50th Anniversary Season continues Sunday, December 5 at 5pm with the Beau Soir Ensemble and “Beau Soir: Championing Living Composers,” featuring works by Bruce Babcock, Marc Lavry, Graham Lynch, and David Evan Thomas alongside traditional holiday fare, from “What Child is This?” to “Carol of the Bells.” In keeping with the Series’ … read more.
The Davies Concert Series returns Sunday, November 7 at 5pm with works for viola by composers of the Iranian diaspora, and featuring host and violist Kimia Hesabi, mezzo-soprano Lori Şen, and pianist Ying-Shan Su. In keeping with the Series’ emphasis on accessibility, all tickets are Pay What You Can and can be reserved on EventBrite … read more.
Eclectic Season Emphasizes Women Composers & Musicians
Series Opener Explores Interdependence & Climate Justice
The Davies Concert Series launches its 50th Anniversary Season on October 10 at 5pm with a program that reflects its new emphasis on cutting edge, international artists and on women composers and musicians in … read more.