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UU Service

By Jon Sievert

At this Sunday’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Miguel Service, four acclaimed San Miguel musicians join forces to offer memorable performances of personal favorites—from Bach and Beethoven to New Age and American Spirituals. Countertenor Don Krim, pianist Ken Bichel, tubist Michael Moore, and pianist Paula Peace focus on music’s power to connect us to the beauty and mystery of the divine.

UU Service
Music: A Window to the Divine
By Don Krim, Ken Bichel, Michael Moore, Paula Peace
Sun, Jul 16, 10:30am
Posada de la Aldea
Ancha de San Antonio 15

Countertenor Don Krim’s unique and hauntingly expressive voice switches between the classical and popular repertoire. Don is an actor by training. His vocal performances are all too rare in San Miguel. He has performed solo concerts and with orchestras internationally in the US, Germany, Austria, Spain, Finland, Turkey, and Mexico.

Pianist Ken Bichel is an Emmy-award-winning composer, producer, and performer for television and numerous Hollywood feature films. His eclectic approach to the piano is an amalgam of multinational styles and influences. As a first-call multi-keyboardist in New York City, he was the recipient of the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences’ Most Valuable Player Award for seven consecutive years, after which he became the first Virtuoso Award winner.

Michael Moore joined the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra as Principal Tuba in 1968 at age 18, the youngest tubist among any major US orchestra. Now after 49 seasons in the orchestra, he is known as the “dean” of American symphonic tubists and can be heard on more than 85 recordings with the ASO.

Nationally recognized as a pioneer among chamber musicians, Paula Peace was the pianist and founding Artistic Director of the Atlanta Chamber Players for almost 40 seasons before retiring to San Miguel in 2014. With the ACP, she produced and performed in more than 250 cities in the US and Europe, premiered 100+ works for chamber ensemble and was featured in dozens of national radio broadcasts.

The UU Fellowship meets every Sunday at 10:30am at Posada de Aldea, Ancha de San Antonio 15, and welcomes people of all ages, races, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities. The room is wheelchair accessible. For more information, visit our website at



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