Music and Choir
Make a joyful noise with us! Our dynamic choir welcomes everyone who loves to sing. We are an enthusiastic group of people who are passionate about making great music. Come give us a try!
Between September and June, we rehearse Sundays at 8:45 am before the service and Mondays at 7 pm. The ability to read music is a plus, but is not necessary.
If you are interested in adding your musical talents to the worship service or have any questions about the music program, please contact Nancy Holland, Music Director: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Music Team
The music team supports the music director, Dr. Nancy Holland in providing beautiful music during the weekly Sunday church services. They also are involved with the planning and presentation of a variety of church events for fun, fundraising or a combination of both.
The music team meets on a monthly basis to discuss upcoming and past musical events. There are currently seven enthusiastic members focused on offering the best possible musical events to support the church.
Unique for its bright acoustics, our beautiful sanctuary offers a wonderful musical experience and has hosted a variety of performers, from a saw and mandolin duo to symphony orchestras. Regardless of the performer, every musician who plays here experiences the brilliant fullness of the room.
Major Music Concerts:
Over the past five years, Nancy has conducted the choir with orchestra in performing a variety of major masterworks, including
2013: Requiem by Gabriel Fauré
2014: Mass in G by Franz Schubert
2015: Requiem by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
2016: Gloria by John Rutter and Simphonie Sacrae by Daniel Pinkham
This fall the UUCSC Choir and Friends (including members from other UU Church Choirs and the JPL Chorus) will perform the Brahms Requiem twice:
Nov 12, 4:00 pm: A German Requiem by Johannes Brahms at UU Church of Studio City with 4-hand piano, followed by a wine and cheese reception
Nov 18, 4:00 pm: A German Requiem by Johannes Brahms at the Hall of Liberty, Forest Lawn
Both concerts will be preceded at 3:30 pm by a lecture by Dr. Seth Houston, Brahms scholar and Director of Choral Activities at UC Irvine (sethhouston.com)