HOME OF THE TEMPLE HILL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, TEMPLE HILL CHOIR AND THE TEMPLE HILL DANCE COMPANY.
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND ARE LOCATED IN THE TEMPLE HILL AUDITORIUM. 

Refresh your page for updates!

Ship Brooklyn - A New Musical


Temple Hill Symphony Orchestra in Concert

Americana Favorites 

Sat OCT 27 (7pm) | Sun OCT 28 (7pm)

FREE admission | No Ticket required

OAKLAND TEMPLE HILL AUDITORIUM | 4780 Lincoln Avenue


The Temple Hill Symphony Orchestra is comprised of volunteer musicians who are dedicated to providing great classical music to the public. The mission of the Temple Hill Symphony Orchestra is to foster excellence and innovation in the performance and presentation of great music; to enrich the lives of residents of the greater Oakland area; to educate current and future audiences; to provide opportunity for musicians to perform classics from the symphonic repertoire; and to cultivate a love of music by providing free concerts that educate, entertain, and inspire individuals and families in our community.  MORE





Ship Brooklyn - A New Musical



Ship Brooklyn Performances

Fri JUL 27 (7pm) | Sat JUL 28 (2pm & 7pm)

Three Performances (Run time: 1 hour)

FREE Admission With Ticket (available 7/1)

OAKLAND TEMPLE HILL AUDITORIUM | 4780 Lincoln Avenue


Ship Brooklyn is the true story of Mormon pioneers - 70 men, 68 women and 100 children - who sailed from NYC to California in hopes to escape religious persecution. They were led by Samuel Brannan who was called by Brigham Young to take this group of saints safely to Yerba Buena. Asked to leave everything behind to colonize an unknown territory, this is a story of faith. This musical brings to life the joys and sorrows, trials and triumphs of these Mormon pioneers who settled San Fransisco. For most, their story has been untold - until now! Join us for a marvelous and enriching experience. The music and stories will move you, and may even surprise you. So, come sail away with us on this musical journey!​  MORE




    CLICK ON IMAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION                             CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE OR PRINT

TEMPLE HILL EVENTS SCHEDULE

​VISITORS' CENTER is open daily (9am-9pm)

Visitor's Center

music & lecture series

  
Sun JUN 17 Father’s Day
5PM: Mormon Tabernacle Choir recorded broadcast
7PM: Garth Smith Musical Fireside
Garth Smith specializes in original arrangements of the hymns. He has recently released four albums and received critical acclaim from Deseret News, LDS Living, and Meridian Magazines, as well as many other honors for his exceptional music.

Sun JUN 24 (7PM) Family History
Fireside with Ralph Severson
Director of Family History, former Stake President, missionary in the French East Mission, BYU MBA Graduate. President Severson worked in investment banking, real estate, and investment management. 

Mon JUL 2 (7PM) David Christensen Freedom and the Book of Mormon
Celebrate America’s Birth with speaker David Christensen. Former instructor of Seminary and Institute in California, and a regular at BYU Education Week. Yale graduate, acclaimed scholar, author and speaker.

Sat JUL 7 (7PM) Pianist Eric Tran
Eric Tran is a San Francisco based composer/pianist with a friendly stage manner, dazzling artistry and electrifying skill. A graduate of Stanford University and San Francisco Conservatory of Music, winner of the concerto competitions of both institutions. He was awarded the prestigious Robert M. Golden Medal for outstanding contributions to the arts. As a composer, he won the Pacific Musical Society Composition Prize and his music has been programmed for over six years on the syllabus of the US Open Music Competition and performed by many.

Sun JUL 15 (7PM) Dean Criddle speaks on The Temple Endowment
Former stake president, missionary in North German Mission, J.D. degree from University of Chicago Law School, currently serving as Co-Director of Public Affairs and Community Service.

Sun JUL 22 (7PM) Tongan 12th Ward Choir 
Renowned for their melodic Polynesian rhythm of popular LDS hymns and love songs, immerse yourself with this marvelous music and culture along with their beautiful traditional attire.

Sat AUG 4 (7PM) Soprano Erin McComber and Pianist James Welch 
Returning by popular demand, these two renowned and talented musicians dazzle their audiences at every performance! 

Sun AUG 19 (7PM) Family History
Fireside with Ralph Severson
Great instruction, and inspiration from Ralph Severson, Director of Family History to help us find records, pictures and stories of our ancestors.

Sat SEP 15 (6PM) A Night of Gospel Music with Earl Stuckey, Jr., and Friends

Sun SEP 23 (7PM) Oak Grove

YSA Tongan Choir