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Evening Song Introduces "Testament"  June 15, 2008


On the southwest corner of Temple Square is the Assembly Hall, a Gothic-style building with lovely stained-glass windows. This building was constructed by Latter-day Saint pioneers in 1877.

Today in this historic setting, the Temple Square Concert Series presents complimentary hour-long concerts featuring local and international artists every Friday and Saturday evening. Evening Song sang here on Saturday, to a very appreciative crowd. It was one of the best performances ever!

Outside the Assembly Hall

Far left Picture: Outside the Center

Bottom left picture: Part of the 21,000 seats in the Conference Center

Bottom right picture: The lighting in the ceiling of the Conference Center.

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square were getting ready to broadcast Music and the Spoken Word. It is the longest continuing network broadcast in the world, having done so each Sunday for 78 years.

Evening Song members and their guests waiting for the broadcast.

On top of the Conference Center with the Temple in the background.

Bottom right picture: Evening Song members being escorted to their seats.

Left picture: The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra on Temple Square rehearse.

Right picture: The light seen near the center right is where Lloyd D. Newell stands while saying The Spoken Word. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is seen behind him on TV, but is off to the side of the audience.

The highlight of the morning was a question and answer session with Craig Jessop, Conductor for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.