The world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square has announced the dates for their 2018 tour. The musicians are headed west for their 2018 tour, performing in five cities on the West Coast. The Classic Coast Tour begins on June 18, 2018 in Costa Mesa, California, and will conclude 16 days later on July 3 in Seattle, Washington.
The tour takes its name from the classic musical experience the audiences and performers will share at the specially-selected venues for this tour. Of these concert events, choir music director Mack Wilberg says, “When we experience great music, in great spaces, it makes for a great experience—both for the audience and the performer as well.”
Ron Jarrett, president of the choir, adds: “There is nothing quite like hearing the choir and Orchestra live in concert and experiencing their signature all-encompassing sound. We love going on the road to connect with our audiences and seeing firsthand the pure joy music can bring to the hearts and minds of our fans.”
Music for the Classic Coast Tour concerts will be drawn from the choir’s vast repertoire which ranges from choral masterworks to inspirational music from around the world to American folk hymns and spirituals and much more.
Ticket purchase information will be available on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir website as tickets become available at the various venues. Seating is limited in some of the venues, and tickets may sell out quickly in those locations.
Tour Cities and Venues
|Costa Mesa, California|
Renée and Henry Segerstorm Concern Hall
June 19, 2018
|Mountain View, California||Shorline Amphitheatre||June 25, 2018|
|Rohnert Park, California||Weill Hall + Lawn at the Green Music Center||June 27, 2018|
|Vancover, British Columbia||The Orpheum||June 30, 2017|
|Seattle, Washington||S. Mark Taper Auditorium at Benaroya Hall||July 2, 2018|
Many visitors touring Temple Square maybe be unaware that the choir and orchestra will be on tour, substitute events have been scheduled on Temple Square during the choir and orchestra’s absence.