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Music at First Unitarian Society

The musical life of First Unitarian Society of Madison is rich and varied. Traditional masterworks, contemporary anthems, jazz, folk and world music find a warm reception here. The Society Choir, the Meeting House Chorus, and our Children’s and High School choirs enjoy a long tradition of excellence and provide inspiration for worship and opportunities for growth and fellowship.  Vocal and instrumental groups such as The Three Sopranos, the Chime Choir, and the FUS String Band along with many ad hoc vocal and instrumental ensembles offer additional variety.  The professional staff, accomplished performers and educators all, regularly contribute to the musical tapestry. The Friday Noon Musicale series provides musical outreach to  the greater Madison community and many local and regional musicians enjoy performing in our historic Landmark Meeting House auditorium.

New singers and players are most welcome. For more information on how you can be involved please contact our Music Director, Dan Broner (608.233.9774 extension 121; or email Dan) or Assistant Music Director, Linda Warren (608.233.9774, extension 127; or email Linda). 

Our next Friday Musicale features soprano Rachel Eve Holmes, baritone Christopher Apfelbach and pianist Michael Keller - Friday, October 24, at 12:15 p.m. Free! [more]