Listen to the MoTab Rendition of the Messiah This Easter Weekend!

(The above video is not the Messiah music obviously, but another memorable Easter hymn, being sung by the MoTabs.)

THIS weekend – April 18-19, Friday and Saturday- the Mormon Tabernacle
Choir will be giving an Easter gift of ‘epic proportion’ to the world – and
you’re invited!  Choir and Orchestra with guest soloists will be performing the ENTIRE Messiah in
concert (all 20+ choruses – plus all solos, unabridged). It sounds long,
but with the tempos Mack Wilberg is directing it will be EXCITING and go
extremely fast! :)*

**When tickets were distributed free online for the 2-night concert, they
were gone in less than 7 minutes. Temple Square then opened up overflow
areas at the Conference Center’s little theater, JS Memorial Building
Theater and North Visitor Center….but, all of those tickets were also
gone in just a few minutes! Letters, phone calls, Facebook messages and
Tweets began to pour in from people all over the world begging for the
concert to be broadcast so that they, too could see and hear this musical
gift. *
*So…*

The Messiah concert will now be streamed live on
mormontabernaclechoir.org/messiah
beginning
at 7:30 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time on Friday, April 18. At the conclusion
of the Friday performance, viewers may see the concert on-demand via the
Choir’s website and on
YouTube.com/MormonTabChoir, 
The concert will be available for viewing through Monday, April 21, 2014 at
11:59 p.m.

*Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to introduce your children to
the inspired work of Handel’s music that celebrates and honors the entire
life of Jesus Christ .

*More details can be found 
here.

Happy Easter Everybody!

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