Hear Tabernacle Choir Christmas concert guest artists, including Jane Seymour, Hugh Bonneville, Claire Bloom, John Rhys-Davies, Santino Fontana, Tom Brokaw, Angela Lansbury, Sir David Suchet and Lesley Nichol, read the Christmas story from Luke 2.
How Charles Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol,” a tale of redemption and compassion that would become a classic, Lloyd Newell shares in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
“I saw firsthand how the Giving Machines provide a way for people to experience the joy of giving and have a touchpoint with the Church — and with the Savior — that perhaps they wouldn’t have otherwise,” writes Sydney Walker.
Broadway’s Michael Maliakel’s voice filled the Conference Center and British actor Lesley Nicol narrated an experience from Victor Hugo’s life during Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra’s 2023 Christmas concert.
Gathering is also a big part of the magic of Christmas, and just like the family in “The Nutcracker,” many families gather on Christmas Eve, Lloyd Newell observes in the “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
See the Christmas lights at the Church’s temple visitors’ center grounds, including Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Temple Hill in Oakland, Mesa Arizona Temple, Washington D.C. Temple and the Hamilton New Zealand Temple.