During the past decade, Richard Elliott’s organ solos have become an eagerly anticipated part of the annual Christmas concerts. The audience is never disappointed! The organ selections are audience favorites, almost always generating a standing ovation. This year’s Choir, Orchestra, and Bells concert featuring Broadway singer Sutton Foster and British actor Hugh Bonneville will provide yet another opportunity for continuing this tradition.View Full Story
Each year for the last four years, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has released a new music video for the Christmas season. And each year, the videos bring a spirit of joy and happiness and invite viewers to think about Christmas in a different way. If you loved our previous videos, you’ll love this year’s video.View Full Story
A Christmas chill is in the air, but tickets for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s annual Christmas concert are a hot item. Although all of the tickets to this year’s concert featuring Sutton Foster and Hugh Bonneville have been distributed, there is still an excellent chance of getting in, without being left out in the cold.
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This time of year, you can hear Christmas classics just about everywhere you turn. But what about those gems from around the globe that are begging for a place in your Christmas playlist? Watch the Choir’s videos for these amazing Christmas songs from around the world:
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With over 100 Christmas videos currently on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s YouTube channel, there are plenty of amazing songs to choose from. But if you want the best and brightest available, look no further—here is a list of the top ten Christmas videos on our YouTube channel.
1. David Archuleta and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir—A Wondrous ChristmasView Full Story
Celebrate This Christmas Season With Messiah!View Full Story
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is now officially on Spotify. The latest release, O Come, Little Children, was recorded live during the 2016 Christmas concert with the Orchestra at Temple Square and guest artist Rolando Villazón.
The album is an hour and nineteen minutes of pure Christmas magic and includes favorites such as “I Saw Three Ships,” “Deck the Halls,” “Angels from the Realms of Glory,” and more. It also includes carols from around the world, from the 18th-century German carol “O Come, Little Children” to the French song “Il est né, le divin Enfant” and the traditional Andalusian song “Campana Sobre Campana.” Villazón not only was the singing guest artists but also narrated the story of “The Little Match Girl” and the Christmas story from Luke 2.View Full Story
The Christmas season is just around the corner. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has been working on Christmas music for weeks and the physical preparations for the annual Christmas concert have been going on for months. The annual concerts by the Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square this year will feature Sutton Foster and Hugh Bonneville as guest artists.
Singer, actress, and dancer Sutton Foster has starred in 11 Broadway productions and is a two-time Tony Award–winner for her roles in Anything Goes and Thoroughly Modern Millie. She also originated roles in The Drowsy Chaperone, Young Frankenstein, and Shrek the Musical. She currently stars as the lead character Liza in the critically acclaimed TV Land television series Younger, which will begin its fifth season in 2018.View Full Story
“Softly and Tenderly,” which was originally known as “Softly and Tenderly Jesus is Calling,” is a classic invitation hymn from the 19th century. It was written by Will Lamartine Thompson (1847-1909) who was a composer of gospel, secular, and patriotic songs.View Full Story