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Ship Brooklyn - A New Musical
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

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







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2018 Days of Christmas Dates 

FREE admission with TICKET

OAKLAND TEMPLE HILL AUDITORIUM | 4780 Lincoln Avenue


Nov 24, 30 & Dec 1 Scrooge! The Musical 

Dec 14 (7pm) & Dec 15 (Matinee) Nutcracker Ballet

Dec 21 & 23 Behold the Gift Dance Performances

Dec 22 Jason Lyle Black - The Backwards Piano Man


​Times and dates are still being confirmed. Please return here for updates.






TEMPLE HILL EVENTS SCHEDULE

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

Visitors' Center

music & lecture series

  
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

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 
This group is comprised mostly of young returned missionaries, celebrating their tenth anniversary this year.   

Sun SEP 30 (7PM) DNA Testing and
Its Applicability to Genealogy
Family History Fireside with Sue Severson
Sue Severson is a microbiologist and understands genetic matters very well. She also served 17 years in elective office in Orinda, first as a trustee on the School Board, then as School Board President, followed by 8 years on the city council with two of those years as mayor.


Sat OCT 6 & Sun OCT 7 LIVE BROADCAST
(9-11AM & 1-3PM)
We invite you to come hear a living prophet speak: President Russell M. Nelson, formerly a renowned pioneering heart surgeon who literally has touched many hearts; now, metaphorically he is touching the hearts of many worldwide with his powerful teachings, selfless service, and unfailing love. To aid him in teaching doctors and researchers in other countries, he became proficient in many languages: French, Portuguese, German, Russian, Spanish and Mandarin. He is also known for his gifts as a unifier; for his diplomacy, and his very approachable and congenial manner. President Nelson is an excellent writer, and is known for always being helpful, patient and kind. The Visitors’ Center is proud to invite all to hear him through a live broadcast, up close on the big screen in the center theatre.

Sun OCT 14 (7PM) The Temple Hill Choir 
The choir is celebrating its 20th year of inspiring performances under the direction of Alan Chipman, including Lamb of God, Where Jesus Walked, and The Garden. Expect a musical feast with their beautiful arrangements, precision and harmonious vocal combinations.  


Sun OCT 21 (7PM) Family History Fireside with Ralph Severson 
President Severson is dedicated to help further you along in finding your roots.


Sun OCT 28 (7PM) Singer/Performer Paul Gates
Paul Gates is a native of Portland, Oregon and attended college as a Presidential Scholar in Music & Theatre Arts. He served a mission in the northern isle of Sapporo, Japan. He was the youngest member in the Tabernacle Choir in 1993 and became the most prolific soloist during his stay performing over twenty solos, duets, and quartets. Paul has sung in iconic venues across the U.S. including the Kennedy Center and Davies Symphony Hall. He has recorded for cable, television and radio, working with HBO, SONY, Disney & Touchstone. His voice can be heard from the IMAX Theatres in National Parks as well as the Lincoln Presidential Library. 


Sun NOV 4 (7PM) Family History Fireside

with Ralph Severson
President Severson is back to help us crack the case in our family history search.

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. 





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