What You Will Hear (in normal times)
Music is an important part of our Sunday morning experience and includes community singing as well as vocal and/or instrumental interludes that provide time for reflection. Music featured in each Assembly can vary widely from week to week – everything from classical to jazz to world music. Our online Assemblies continue to feature Music Director Barbara Brooks and a variety of guest artists.
Until we can safely meet together again, our ensembles are on hiatus. They include:
* The all-volunteer Chalice Choir which normally sang once or twice a month led by Barbara Brooks (shown above)
* The FUS Chorus (also led by Barbara Brooks) which performed more challenging music a few times a year in conjunction with . . .
* The FUS Orchestra of skilled players under the direction of Dr. Jeffrey Stirling
We own a Steinway grand piano in the Upper Assembly Hall and a smaller Steinway in the adjoining Dietrich Room.
The Society owns a three manual Holtkamp pipe organ, built in 1962.
It has a total of 33 ranks and 2,013 pipes.