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This could be a game-changer! Did you know Music & the Spoken Word is available with closed captioning? While watching and listening to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square is an amazing experience alone, closed captioning can enhance it in different ways.
President John F. Kennedy once said, “Change is the law of life.” To keep up with change, most of us rely on a good calendar. Over the past year, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has been working to simplify and improve communication on its website calendar. The goal was to help patrons and visitors be better informed about Choir organization concerts, rehearsals, live performances of Music & the Spoken Word broadcasts, daily Temple Square organ recitals, radio and TV specials, and other events.
If you want to create a custom playlist based on your favorite Mormon Tabernacle Choir songs, Pandora is a great solution. Pandora is a free radio station that allows you to personalize based on your taste. Here’s how you can set up a custom Pandora station in minutes:
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir continues to reach new milestones in the social media world. The latest achievement is gaining 500,000 Facebook fans. The Choir’s popularity on social media reaches far beyond Utah and even the United States.
Android users — the app is here! That means Mormon Tabernacle Choir music at your fingertips.
Are you following us on Instagram? If not, we would love to have you start following us today. We have an amazingly awesome, ever-growing collection of photos and videos that will cause you to be inspired, LOL, and find yourself saying "#MoTab for the #Win." To access our Instagram page, click here and then click the Follow button. Here are seven reasons to follow us today!
The Choir not only sings – it tweets, blogs, posts to Instagram, Pinterest, and its website, mormontabernaclechoir.org. But that isn’t all. Just weeks ago, the Choir introduced a new app for iOS users devoted exclusively to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and its music. In April—the Choir will add an app version for the Android! Stay tuned for the launch date!
A Mormon Tabernacle Choir mobile app? Really?
Now that the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Mobile App is available via the Apple App Store, we thought we’d take a minute to show you some of its amazing features. The app is extremely easy to use and just may become your new go-to app for music, news, videos, and more. Download it here.
In the coming days, the Choir will launch a brand-new mobile app for iOS users! The app will include the freshest content available and will include the most relevant and trending topics from our website. The app will be broken out into sections including Featured, Music, Events, Shop and Blog. There will also be History and Downloads tabs available so you can easily return to content you've previously accessed. A version will be available for the iPhone and iPad. A version for Android users will be available later in the spring.
We’ve been teasing you about it for a couple of weeks. Now here’s the big news: The Choir has a new feature on its website -- a music stream powered by the Mormon Channel. Now you can listen to Choir music all day, without interruptions. And, all night, too. The music stream is programmed with selections from the Choir’s deep reservoir of recorded music.
Did you know the Choir has a past performance music archive that lets you find your favorite songs from specific general conferences? Perhaps you heard a song during last April’s general conference that you keep humming but can't quite remember the title—you’ve come to the right place. Here are some easy steps on how to use the archive:
The Choir has officially launched a 24/7 commercial free music stream on mormontabernaclechoir.org. This stream, powered by the Mormon Channel, will enable you to listen while you get ready for your day, relax, do your work, or when you want to feel inspired, hopeful or at peace.
How To Use the Historical Roster for the Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, and Bells on Temple Square
The Choir's website, thetabernaclechoir.org, is home to a robust Historical Roster of former and current members of the Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, Bells on Temple Square, and staff, both volunteer and professional. Below is a step-by-step guide on using the Historical Roster. Be sure to check out the video tutorial at the bottom of the page too.
“Music has the ability to cross over languages, cultures, and all borders and go right to the heart,” Heidi Green, social media producer for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir explains. “Since we launched our YouTube channel a year ago, we have been able to connect with more of our fans and meet them in the 21st century way.”
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has 360 members. The Orchestra adds another 150 plus. But the massive organization can connect with its community one-on-one through social media, explains Heidi Green, social media producer. “We are establishing places where the Choir and fans can come together, share stories, experiences and access music. And, it is working.” Using Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest and its own website, the Choir can connect with anyone, anytime, anywhere.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has a new and improved web site: www.mormontabernaclechoir.org. More than an update of the previous one, this new look and style is easy to navigate, full of the latest information and media and the capstone to the Choir’s presence on the Internet and in social media.
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