Our Beloved Music Program
Welcome to First Unitarian Society of Denver's music program!
Music at First Unitarian draws us together and infuses our worship with sounds to inspire, soothe, nourish, and uplift our community. Each service is filled with living, breathing music reflecting and illuminating the themes of the service.
Like Unitarian Universalism, our music program embraces the world’s diversity. At any given service you may hear jazz, classical, musical theater, folk, rock, or world music.
We have a thriving music program and welcome your participation. Community singing is a vital part of our worship services. Making music together allows us to create a shared rhythm and, quite literally, be in harmony with one another.
How Music Transforms
What Music Means to Us
Our Music Program Leader
Directing the Choir is my Passion
How music transforms
This is a unique choir
Past Musical Performances
All of our events fall under the categories of Worship, Religious Exploration, Music, Social Justice, Community Events, or Other, which you can see by clicking on an event and looking under the Where option. Public Events are open to all and Private Events require prior sign-up or tickets purchased.
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Volunteer & Attend
Join the Chalice Singers
If you are of high-school age or beyond and love to sing, then come join our adult choir, the Chalice Singers
Sing in the Children's Choir
Our children and youth in elementary and middle school have their very own choir that they can join
Be a Guest Musician
Share your musical talents, both vocally or instrumentally, with us by contributing to an upcoming service
Volunteer in the Music Program
Help us continue to make our music events and gatherings enriching by being a Music Program Volunteer
Attend a Music Concert
Capitol Hills Concerts are our way of offering access to high-caliber, diverse performances in an intimate setting for all
Connect With Our Music Staff
Lia Davis began playing piano by ear at age five. Her classical training provided a foundation for her multifaceted music career. She is an accomplished musician across many genres, including jazz, Argentine tango, classical, folk, and pop music. Piano is her native instrument, though she also sings and plays the accordion, organ, electric bass, folk harp, and drums. Lia teaches piano to students of all ages and skill levels.
Brian has been singing, playing piano, and making music of all types since he was 5 years old. With both parents having received their advanced degrees in choral music, it seems Brian was always fated to be a musician. Brian holds a doctorate in choral music from CU Boulder. In addition to directing the Cantabile Singers in Boulder, Brian is active as a singer, performing with St. Martin's Chamber Choir and the Anima Chamber Ensemble. "Keep singing, and join the choir!"
Children's Choir Director