Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Music and the Spoken World in now the longest running continuous network broadcast in the world.
The Choir was organized in 1847, one month after Mormon
Pioneers first entered the Salt lake Valley. Since that time the Mormon Tabernacle Choir,
composed of 360 volunteers, has performed at five presidential inaugurations,
toured six continents, and has been honored with a Grammy award for their rendition
of "The Battle Hymn of The Republic.”
Guests can attend the recording of Music and the Spoken World each
Sunday from 9:15- 10 a.m. or a rehearsal each Thursday from 8-9:30 p.m.
The Tabernacle is located on Temple Square and all concerts are free.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir