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“Inspiring”

Mormon Tabernacle Choir
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Salt Lake City Tour and Mormon Tabernacle Choir Performance
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Reviewed June 18, 2014

The live broadcast on Sunday morning is a professional presentation. The choir was just beautiful & uplifting.

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Reviewed June 17, 2014

Rehearsals are open to the public on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. It was an awe inspiring experience.

3  Thank fox1george
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Reviewed June 16, 2014

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has withstood the test of time The first airing on July 15, 1929, was makeshift at best. That summer day, a local radio crew ran a wire from their control room to an amplifier in the Tabernacle nearly a block away. The technicians suspended the station’s sole microphone from the domed ceiling not only to capture the music of the Choir but also so an announcer could introduce each number. Nineteen-year-old Ted Kimball—son of the Tabernacle organist and the designated announcer—perched on a ladder for the duration of the program so that those listening could hear his words.

I have listened to choirs all over the world. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is the BEST! See them in person every Sunday in Salt Lake City or on the Radio and Internet.

1  Thank Ron C
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Reviewed June 9, 2014

Wonderful acoustics. So nice to hear the piano played. Very nice experience. Very close to the Blue or green line stop for convenience. Wonderful atmosphere to walk around and spend some good time.

2  Thank krishnasaha
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Reviewed June 9, 2014

If you want a front row experience (within the 1st 3-4 rows), you really *must* attend Sunday morning's, Music & the Spoken Word in the Conference Center. The Mo-Tab performs June-August in the Conference Center and in the Tabernacle the other 9 months of the year. I found out that although one must be in their seat by 9:15am for the 9:30am broadcast, one can get there much earlier (by 8-8:15) and enjoy the dress rehearsal, which is a non-stop performance previous to the official broadcast. If you're a Mo-Tab or organ music lover, you will be glad you attended earlier! There are organ recitals through the summer months in both the Conference Center and the Tabernacle (generally at 12 & 2, but only 2pm on Sundays). Make sure to find out the times before you go so you don't miss out (in case they change things around). A tour of Temple Square is a must and lunch at the Nauvoo Cafe is always a hit. Their morning quiches & lunch turkey pot pies are my absolute faves!

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