Mormon Tabernacle Choir performances for and with famous individuals

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Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News
During the 2008 Christmas concert, Broadway singer Brian Stokes Mitchell and actor Edward Herrmann performed with the choir.

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Calgary AB, 00

How could you possibly have left out that memorable performance with David Foster and Andrea Bocelli? Truly a Heavenly experience!

Newport, 00

You forgot the Osmonds !!!
the whole family performed with the MTC in the 1970's, plus the 9 children sang with them 2 years ago, how about a photo of that

Salt Lake City, UT

I am surprised that more people have not left comments. I wish I could sing like those in the choir. I am not mormon and sometimes get a little irritated with the culture in Utah. When I here the choir sing, it brings such a wonderful feeling. We may all believe a little different, but the music can bring out faith from anyone. The members of the choir commit themselves and it shows. It seems like life has been filled with so much that is negative and there has been so much animosity. I just wanted to thank the choir for giving us something so beautiful. Keep it up. Thanks

Salem, UT

Let's not forget that Jimmy Stewart performewd with the chior as a part of the Christmas classic, "Mr. Kruegers Christmas"

Pocatello, ID

If I could only have one kind of music in my home, it would be the MoTab. And because they are such a strong and vibrant choir, I fancy myself just one of them as I join in. Thank you, MoTab, thank you.

La Verkin, UT

And I believe that Linda Eder (my favorite vocalist) has performed with them twice - most recently the Memorial Day performance this year.

San Diego, CA

I can't seem to find Andrea Bocelli on this list. (Youtube: BEST Andrea Bocelli Song EVER! - (HQ Sound) - The Lord's Prayer")

Maybe 5 and half million views on youtube wasn't enough?

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