Stream the Bells at Temple Square Concert, “Visions of the Season” This Friday.
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What’s New with The Tabernacle Choir

May 2022 Articles

Love to Sing? 2022 Choir Audition Cycle Starts June 1!

If you—or someone you know—has expressed interest in becoming a member of The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, the once-a-year online audition application period opens on Wednesday, June 1, 2022. All applications must be submitted by midnight on Monday, August 15, 2022.

Charity Cruise Cancellation

Regrettably, the charity cruises offered by Azamara in conjunction with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square have been cancelled. The abbreviated booking window for the cruises did not allow time for sufficient bookings to provide the positive onboard experience that is the hallmark of Azamara cruises. For this reason, Azamara is providing booked guests with attractive options enabling them to have a great cruise experience and still donate to a worthy cause.

Bells at Temple Square Concert on Friday, June 17

The Bells at Temple Square will present its much anticipated first concert of 2022, “Life's Journeys” on Friday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Salt Lake Tabernacle. Anyone who has ever watched this delightful handbell ensemble perform will tell you that the bell ringing engages the audience and often looks like the performers are dancing with their bells. “With the bells, it is not just about playing the notes,” said Teresa Winder, one of the charter members of the Bells at Temple Square. “It’s a visual art.” You won’t want to miss the chance to see and hear the Bells perform!

Prominent Organist to Perform in New “Virtuoso Performance Series”

Few organs—anywhere—have such a storied history, are as well-known or highly regarded as the Tabernacle Organ on historic Temple Square in Salt Lake City. This world-renowned, iconic pipe organ with five manuals (keyboards) and 206 ranks of organ pipes is among the world’s largest instruments—and one of the most heralded. Its famous golden pipes, made of wood staves fashioned from Utah timber and visible on the front facade, still add to the sound of the famous instrument even today.