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Ways to Watch or Listen to HE IS RISEN: A Special Easter Celebration

This Easter season, The Tabernacle Choir invites you to focus on the joy, hope and promise the Resurrection of the Savior Jesus Christ brings to God’s children throughout the world. This is an Easter event the entire family will enjoy.

Stream, watch, or listen to HE IS RISEN: A Special Easter Celebration.  This special recorded 60-minute program includes uplifting music celebrating the Savior’s Resurrection with readings from the New Testament accounts that explore the promisethe Resurrection brings for each of us.

WHERE TO FIND HE IS RISEN: A Special Easter Celebration:

 

EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 17

  • Watch on BYUtv on Easter Sunday, April 17 at 12:00 p.m. (MT). BYUtv is available on cable systems, over the air in Utah, and via the internet at byutv.org. (BYUtv.org and BYUtv app are airing the program on-demand now.)

  • BYURadio at 10 a.m. (MT)

  • Classical 89 at Noon(MT)

     

ON-DEMAND VIEWING at times convenient for you:

The concert stream of He Is Risen is available for on-demand viewing from:

ADDITIONAL VIEWING LANGUAGES - 23

In addition to English, HE IS RISEN will be available in 23 additional languages. Translations will be via subtitles or overdubbing. On the Choir’s YouTube channel, click on the “closed caption” icon to select the appropriate language.

The program will also be available on 34 different international Facebook pages and 27 international YouTube channels. Check here for the international YouTube channels and country Facebook pages airing times.

DOWNLOAD THE HE IS RISEN PDF CONCERT PROGRAM:

Click here for the downloadable PDF concert program for HE IS RISEN: A Special Easter Celebration. The program is available in English with the music repertoire and words to “He Is Risen” which the audience will be invited to sing with the Choir.

WILL I BE ABLE TO DOWNLOAD HE IS RISEN: A Special Easter Celebration

The HE IS RISEN stream will not be downloadable. It will, however, be available online and the end of the initial stream at tabchoir.org/easter and from the Choir’s YouTube channel.