free amazing organ practice! organ as big as the room! 21000seat conference center! beautiful building and history! it's a must see!
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There's a reason this choir is considered a national treasure. We went to the weekly performance of "Music and the Spoken Word. This is free to the public. You must be seated by 915am as they close the doors for the live recording. You do...More
If you are in Salt Lake City and can spare half an hour, it would be very well spent at an organ concert here. The concerts are all free and are available once a day, almost every day. The Tabernacle Is in a beautiful setting...More
Unlike other buildings in the temple square, it is rather small and tour guide not always availbale. They are busy with other tourist and we were unable to reach them . it is pretty small though. If don't have time, it can be skipped.
The Thursday night rehearsal was held in the Conference Center, offering an abundance of great seating. We enjoyed the orchestra and choir. Pictures and video are allowed. Some people were in casual wear (respectful) and others a little more dressy.
I attended the Thursday evening rehearsal and listened to/watched director, Mack Wilberg work with not only the Choir, but also the Bells on Temple Square AND the Orchestra on Temple Square. They had a brand new song they were working on, and to my complete...More
We traveled over 1000 miles to see the Tabernacle only to find it was closed in part to accommodate a large reunion. A guide suggested we try an entrance on the other side just to get a look at the pipe organ. We went to...More
I am not LDS or a fan of choir music, but I really enjoyed their performances. They work very hard and it pays off. Really an excellent choir. If you ever get the chance of listening to them, do yourself the favor and go!