#Hallelujah: Mormon Tabernacle Choir invites public to join its virtual choir


For anyone who’s every wanted to be part of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Choir is giving everyone around the world a chance to “audition” for its Easter video.

The Grammy Award-winning, 360-member choir is inviting anyone to submit a video of themselves singing Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus,” which the Choir will consider for a compilation of a virtual choir.

People who want to submit their video for consideration have three easy steps:

  1. Choose which part to sing and download the music.
  2. Record yourself singing that part and upload it online using the hashtag #Hallelujah.
  3. Fill out submission form on the site to give permission for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to use your video.

To record your video, the Choir has provided videos of Mormon Tabernacle Choir Director Mack Wilberg conducting the different parts — alto, soprano, tenor and bass — which applicants should follow while recording their own videos. YouTube singers Peter and Evynne Hollens demonstrate how to follow and record your video while following Wilberg.

Submissions are due by Tuesday,March 1, and the completed YouTube video will be released online in mid-March. Learn more here.


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  1. Gregory says:

    I am really excited to see this video when it comes out–I think it will be pretty amazing!

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