Always seeking to further the art and appreciation of classical music, Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church Director of Music Wendel Werner has announced that during the month of June various classical pieces will be the featured music during the 10 a.m. Sunday worship services. Everyone is invited to attend. ORUUC is located at 1500 Oak Ridge Turnpike in Oak Ridge.
Featured on June 2 will be a performance of “The Flower Duet” from Léo Delibes’ opera Lakmé sung by Saffron Mills and Anne Scott. On June 19, featured pieces by Schubert and Mozart will be sung by Saffron Mills. Services on June 16 and 23 will feature classical pieces played by Charlotte Bowers and will include some four-hands music played by Charlotte and her mother. On June 30, the feature pieces will be by Bach, Schumann, and Copland sung by Marti Messer.
Music pervades the life at Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist during Sunday worship services, special weekend and evening concerts, and recitals that features both amateur and professional musicians. Starting in August the Church will begin the Starr Concert series. Information about this popular series will be announced later in the summer.
For more information about the music for the June services please contact Wendel Werner at (865) 483-6761.