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The tabernacle was built in the mid 1800’s. It’s dome shaped roof was put together and held by rawhide strips. Just think about that. The balcony is mostly away from the outside walls making for unbelievable acustics.
there are tours several time a day that...More
Enjoyed the organ recital at noon. wish i had known that the bell choir practiced that evening i would have returned to hear them. Great to experience, would pick thursday to visit next time so i could hear the choir practice.
We missed the rehearsal, so didn't hear the music in the tabernacle. That would have been amazing I am sure. Look at their website for times. We missed by a bit - but going in was still amazing. Thinking about how old the building and...More
When we visited, the choir were performing the spoken word in the conference center. We popped into the Tabernacle (their usual home) to have a look round.
It’s a rather ordinary looking building on the inside, and rather space like on the outside with its...More
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Rehearsals are open to the public every Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. From July through August, and during the month of December, Thursday rehearsals and the weekly broadcast of Music and the Spoken Word will be held in... More
Rehearsals are open to the public every Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. From July through August, and during the month of December, Thursday rehearsals and the weekly broadcast of Music and the Spoken Word will be held in the Conference Center.
There are occasional exceptions to this Thursday night schedule. For example, major holidays, recording sessions, or when the Choir is out of town. These exceptions are posted on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir website as soon as they are known.