"9/11 | Coming Together" 20th Anniversary Special

He Is Risen: A Special Easter Celebration

The Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, Bells at Temple Square, and the Gabriel Trumpet Ensemble will stream He Is Risen: A Special Easter Celebration beginning Sunday, April 10, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. After this initial stream, the program will be available for on-demand viewing in many locations. He Is Risen: A Special Easter Celebration will also be available in 24 languages with translations in subtitles/closed captioning or overdubbing. More details are included in the information below.

The music for He Is Risen: A Special Easter Celebration will focus on the joy, hope and promise the Resurrection of the Savior Jesus Christ brings to God’s children throughout the world. Download or view the He Is Risen program here with the words to “He Is Risen” for the audience to sing with the Choir.

Beginning with Mack Wilberg’s arrangements of “Christ the Lord Is Risen Today” and “That Easter Day with Joy Was Bright,” the program moves to the hymn “How Great the Wisdom and the Love” and readings from the New Testament accounts of the Resurrection. Using Wilberg’s edition of “Unfold Ye Portals,” from Gounod’s The Redemption and Ryan Murphy’s arrangement of “In the Garden” followed by Wilberg’s arrangement of “He Is Risen,” the music celebrates the Savior’s triumphant Resurrection.

The program next explores the promise of the Resurrection with former Tabernacle organist Robert Cundick’s “And What Is It We Shall Hope For?” from The Redeemer and Wilberg’s "Tree of Life," the title track from a 2018 Choir album by the Choir and Orchestra. The concert ends with Wilberg’s arrangement of “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling” found on the Choir and Orchestra’s album Let Us All Press On and “Worthy Is the Lamb” from Handel’s Messiah as the benediction.

Where to find He is Risen: A Special Easter Celebration

The internet stream begins on Palm Sunday, Sunday, April 10, at 10:00 a.m. mountain daylight time on the following websites, channels, and apps:

Online:

Other Airings:

  • BYUtv Cable Television: Easter Sunday, April 17, at Noon, MT
  • BYUtv.org and the BYUtv app: On-demand starting Friday, April 1

On-Demand Viewing: 

Don’t worry if you are not able to join us on Sunday, April 10, 2022, at 10 a.m. After He Is Risen has been streamed, it will be available on-demand from the Choir’s website TheTabernacleChoir.org/Easter, YouTube channel, and Facebook page. It will also be available on-demand at byutv.org, and on the BYUtv app. 

More Viewing Languages:

He is Risen will be available in 24 languages. 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 22 international YouTube channels beginning April 10, 2022. Translations will be via subtitles (closed captioning) or overdubbingCheck here for the language translations and airing times.