This oratorio features 13 vocal soloists and additional alternates, cello soloist, 2 narrators, a 200-voice adult  and youth choirs, and 40-piece orchestra to tell the story of the final days of the Savior’s ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection. Interfaith participation is highly encouraged.


LAMB OF GOD is a sacred musical work featuring the Temple Hill Symphony Orchestra, Choir and Soloists. 


It focuses on the final days of the life of Jesus Christ, His Atonement and Resurrection. It is written as a dramatic work and presented in concert format. 


It uses as its basis, and much of its text, the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and especially John, as found in the King James version of the Holy Bible. The work is written and composed by Rob Gardner. 


Sponsors
- The Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter-day Saints

- Temple Hill Choir

- American Red Cross


Returning ORCHESTRA & CHOIR Registration

Registrations will be accepted through

Friday, Jan 24 at 6PM.

2020 Lamb of God

AUDITIONS & pERFORMANCES


RETURNING

ORCHESTRA & CHOIR 

members are required to register.

- No audition is necessary to return to your previous choir or orchestra role.


ALL SOLOISTS & NARRATORS 

are required to audition.

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PERFORMERS AUDITIONS

Saturday, Jan 25 - Oakland


CALLBACKS 
As needed, some soloist and narrator candidates will be invited to

Callbacks: Saturday, Feb 1 (​9AM - 4PM)

​Please keep that date available.


Register as soon as possible to obtain your preferred audition time. Registrations will be accepted through
- Friday, Jan 24 at 6PM
  • Request your AUDITION TIME & DATE
  • After registering, you will receive an audition packet and confirmation within 2 days, via email.


PERFORMANCE DATES
- Good Friday, April 10 - Oakland

​- Saturday, April 11 - Oakland
- Easter Sunday, April 12 - Oakland

- Other performances to be announced.

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UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND ARE LOCATED IN THE TEMPLE HILL AUDITORIUM.