Music Program Overview
Let’s make and listen to great music in the spirit of Joy! The music program brings high quality celebratory music to the congregation, friends, and community of First Unitarian Church with a variety of participatory methods.
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Thursday evenings, Sept.-May, 7:00-8:30 p.m.; Performs for services 2-3 times a month and for special events. All singers from high school age and up are welcome to join the Choir. Music reading is not a prerequisite. No audition needed. The Concert Choir sings a diverse repertoire of music from around the world. A high level of performance is sought in a relaxed, enjoyable environment.
Thursday evenings, Sept.-May, 8:30-9:15 p.m.; Performs an average of once a month with outside engagements planned. The chamber choir is limited to approximately 12 people. The group sings mostly a cappella music of various styles. Singers for the group are chosen for blending, sight reading, and musicality skills.
(Seasonally, eight Thursday evenings before a Big Music Sunday.) The Festival Choir sings for the two Big Music Sundays of the year. This choir is ideal for singers who cannot commit to a regular rehearsal schedule.
First U Women’s Ensemble
This group performs periodically throughout the church year. The First U Women’s Ensemble sings mostly a cappella music.