What distinguished 2018 from any other year? A name change? A brilliant tour of the West Coast? Special concerts, new recordings? A Christmas spectacular? No question it was a year we will long remember, a year like no other. Here are 10 of our many accomplishments. This was a remarkable year!View Full Story
Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without music! Music is everywhere during the Christmas season as people gather to renew friendships, enjoy family, and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Christmas music has the power to evoke memories of joyful childhood experiences, of families gathered around the Christmas tree, and of gift exchanges with dear friends.
Enjoy the music of Christmas this season with The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square—our gift to you!View Full Story
For the 2018 Christmas season, The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square released a touching video for Mack Wilberg’s arrangement of “Silent Night.”View Full Story
Here’s a heartwarming Christmas season story that was too good (and coincidental) not to share!
The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square have recently released a new Christmas video of “Silent Night.” The video depicts a police officer’s (Kevin Sorbo) service in delivering a young couple’s baby in an emergency childbirth. The officer’s journey from grief and pain, to joy and peace, has been viewed over 300,000 times.View Full Story
This is your chance to listen to The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square’s Christmas music whenever you want! The 24/7 music stream will provide you with hours of quality Christmas music from the Choir.
Throughout the entire year, a broad repertoire of music from classical choral works to hymns, anthems, folk songs, and Broadway favorites—with music from Choir recordings, concerts, and Music and the Spoken Word specials—is streamed around the world 24/7 everywhere the internet is accessible.View Full Story
Audiences are eagerly anticipating this year’s Christmas concerts featuring acclaimed actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth! Tickets for the shows were sold out in one hour, and the buzz continues to grow as we inch closer to the event.
In anticipation of the concerts, which will be held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, December 13–15, 2018, at 8:00 p.m. in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, here are 10 facts about the multitalented Kristin Chenoweth.View Full Story
Actor Kevin Sorbo stars in the new Christmas video for “Silent Night,” which is generating extremely positive feedback online. The symbolic music video features a diverse community rallying together to help a young couple with the unexpected birth of a child, as a father is moved to reconcile with his daughter.View Full Story
The 2018 dates and times for the PBS and BYUtv December broadcast specials, Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir with featured guests Tony Award-winning singer and actress Sutton Foster and renowned actor Hugh Bonneville have been announced. View the trailer of the Christmas special for an overview of what you’ll enjoy!
The program was recorded in 2017 over the course of three nights in front of a combined live audience of over 60,000 people in Salt Lake City’s Conference Center with The Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, and Bells on Temple Square.View Full Story
The Salt Lake Tabernacle organ on historic Temple Square is one of the most notable instruments in America, not only because of its size but also because of the warmth and richness of its sound. Three full-time Tabernacle organists assisted by two part-time organists are responsible for bringing the sound of this iconic instrument to life for tens of thousands of fans throughout the world. And now The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square organization is looking to fill a part-time organist position in anticipation of a future retirement.
The Tabernacle organists are key members of the Choir’s musical family. They provide missionary and public relations service through daily organ recitals and performances with The Tabernacle Choir as well as through telecasts, recordings, concerts and other appearances. For the part-time position a master’s degree in music with emphasis in organ performance and several years of professional experience are preferred; a bachelor’s degree in music with strong emphasis in organ performance, plus substantial professional experience, will also be considered.View Full Story
Update: (12/7/18)View Full Story