Concert Hour

Monday-Wednesday 8-9 pm

SUUSI presents concerts each evening, Monday through Wednesday, featuring the music of professional performing artists who generously share their time with SUUSI. 

Monday – Greg Greenway

Greg Greenway first attended SUUSI as a Concert Hour performer in 2003, and we have been soGreg_Greenway fortunate that he has been back many times since. Greg has created a multi-instrumental, genre-crossing style that continues to creatively evolve, with one of the strongest and finest voices in folk music. From his beginnings in Richmond, VA, moving on to Boston’s folk music tradition, and touring internationally, Greg has played at such notable places as Carnegie Hall, and been heard on NPR's All Things Considered and Mountain Stage. His eight year collaboration with Pat Wictor and Joe Jencks as Brother Sun reached many thousands of fans, and Greg's songs have been sung by choirs internationally. A recent project with Reggie Harris is a musical presentation on Race in America called Deeper Than The Skin, connecting audiences to their humanity while entertaining them at the same time. Greg’s latest album is “Between Hello and Goodbye."  To learn more about Greg, go to:

Tuesday – Sam Robbins

Sam_RobbinsSam Robbins is often described as an "old soul singer songwriter." A Nashville based musician whose music evokes classic 70's singer songwriters like James Taylor and Neil Young, Sam adds a modern, upbeat edge to the storyteller troubadour persona. An avid performer, he has gained recognition from extensive touring and as one of the six 2021 winners in the Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk competition. Since his graduation from the Berklee College of Music,
Sam moved to Nashville and is a full time troubadour, playing over 150 shows a year across the country. Wherever he is performing, Sam builds an intimate, easy connection with the listener, naturally creating a feeling of closeness throughout the performance. In his performances and workshops, Sam explores the magic behind the craft of songwriting, and tries to help others express themselves through that unique and powerful medium. Sam's second album, "Bigger Than in Between", was released in August 2022 to critical acclaim. To learn more about Sam, go to

Wednesday – Heather Pierson & Bernice Martin

Heather Pierson is a New Hampshire based singer/songwriter, pianist, song leader, and performer with a passion forBernice_MartinHeather_Pierson cultivating joy, who frequently tours throughout the United States both as a solo artist, with her trio, or in a community sing. She has released fourteen albums and several singles of her original music, ranging in style from folk to jazz to vocal chants. Reverend Bernice Martin is a community minister, singer-songwriter, and licensed massage therapist. She preaches regularly at churches throughout New England, and as an experiential educator, Bernice has worked in a variety of settings with groups and individuals of all ages. Heather and Bernice created their community singing project, Heart Songs & Circle Songs, inspired by the power of song to nurture harmony, community, connection, joy, and peace. The songbook and companion recording have found their way into the repertoire of choirs all over the world. To learn more, go to