Young choir members juggling life and music

When considering the makeup of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, most picture middle-age to older men and women, dressed in their respective matching outfits, creating beautiful music with their mature voices of gold.

But would you be interested to know that more and more singers in their mid- to upper-20s are applying and earning their seats among the choir?

One is a single, 27-year-old high school music teacher with a demanding schedule.

Another, 30, is a financial planner with a flexible schedule who enjoys skiing and a healthy social life.

A third is a 28-year-old tax accountant, married with one child. Spare time is precious.

So when do these young and talented vocalists find time to rehearse, travel and sing in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir?

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