Spirit and music: Special youth choir prepares to bring spirit to priesthood session
But Issac’s service in the choir will end the day the choir moves to the Conference Center for its final rehearsal and performance. At that point, Tabernacle Choir organists will take over. Still, he faithfully practices the accompaniment and participates fully in every rehearsal even though he knows he won’t be at the organ when the choir performs during the priesthood session on Oct. 5.
“Yeah, I know,” Isaac said when asked about the inherent limitations of his assignment. “But it’s worth it to me. I still get to learn this music, and I still get to feel the Spirit during rehearsals. And when I hear them sing at priesthood meeting, I’ll know I was part of that.”
Part of the music. Part of the Spirit. And part of general conference.
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