University Unitarian Church has three choirs.
The Loft Choir performs pieces from a vast repertoire of classical and world choral compositions. The choir brings to life 1000 years of choral music from dozens of countries, languages, and traditions.
The Loft Choir prepares weekly anthems and service music, and sings at all services (with some exceptions) from September through early June. They perform two major works with orchestra each year, on Sundays in November and May.
Rehearsals are Thursday evenings from 7:15-9:15PM, and Sunday mornings from 8:30-9:10AM. Loft Choir members must have previous choral or instrumental experience and basic music-reading skills. Contact Karen P. Thomas, Director, for further information or to arrange an audition.
Intergenerational Choir (IGC)
The Intergenerational Choir is a family-oriented choir for all ages, singing inspiring folk and contemporary music from around the world. This choir sings at services on 3rd Sundays from September through May, at the December Family Candlelight service, and at the June Flower Communion service.
Rehearsals are Monday evenings from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
The Handbell Choir plays for services once or twice a month, playing a three-and-a-half-octave set of English handbells. Compositions range from early music to 21st century pieces.
Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings from 6:00-7:15PM. Members must have basic music-reading skills and good coordination, but handbell experience is not necessary.
Contact Karen P. Thomas, Director.