Latter-day Saint and YouTube sensation Claire Crosby is now 6 years old with a channel that has over 2 million subscribers. Her latest video is 'Consider the Lilies', a favorite among Latter-day Saints and her rendition is set to a moving music video that will give listeners a new appreciation for the song's spiritual meaning.
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A look at the 90 year impact of ‘Music and the Spoken Word’ — the longest running continuous radio program
From a single man climbing a ladder and holding a microphone in the air, to a team of digital production and sound engineers and cameramen backed by radio and television broadcast teams, the means by which the hundreds of voices of the Tabernacle Choir are captured and sent out across the media airwaves around the world each week have changed drastically in the 90 years since the choir's first live radio broadcast of "Music and the Spoken Word."
Ahead of this week release of Disney's new live action The Lion King, BYU's renowned a cappella group Vocal Point has released their own version of the film's most famous song, 'The Circle of Life.'
It's not often you see the presiding bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hitting the no. 1 spot on a Billboard chart. But Bishop Gérald Caussé and Nicolas Giusti just took that acclaimed spot on the classical charts with their album Joyful.
The world-renowned Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will travel internationally for their upcoming tour performing in six cities in four Nordic countries and the United Kingdom over 22 days from Thursday, June 25, through Thursday, July 16, 2020. See the list of cities and venues here.
Michael R. Hicks, the composer of the EFY Medley: As Sisters In Zion & We’ll Bring the World His Truth, together with the Heritage Youth Chorus at American Heritage School, released a new music video featuring a refreshed arrangement of the classic composition.
Listen to this beautiful Mother's Day mash-up between "You Say" and "Wind Beneath my Wings" featuring the musical talents of GENTRI, Ryan Innes, Yahosh and O/B/A Bonner and EJ Michels. Each brings not only their musical talent to the collaboration, but their love for their own mothers. See the video here.