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Sacred Music

Since 1993, BYU-Idaho’s Sacred Music Series has delighted audiences with religious oratorios based on scriptural text.
Dallin Harris smiles after a performance during the Sacred Music Series in Twin Falls, Idaho.
SACRED MUSIC SERIES
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Students of the Symphony Band play instruments while a female soloist sings in the foreground.
ABOUT SACRED MUSIC
In 1993, the university began a program of biennial commissions to create new religious oratorios with texts drawn from scripture. These new Sacred Music Series works have been performed in several major national venues. Building on a tradition begun in 1989 when the school commissioned Darwin Wolford's Behold, He Cometh! for its centennial celebration, the Sacred Music Series continues to contribute significantly to the growing body of new music works inspired by President Spencer W. Kimball.

The music is performed by the various musical ensembles of BYU-Idaho, including the Symphony Orchestra, the Collegiate Singers, Concert Choir, and the Men’s and Women’s Choirs. Partial funding for the Sacred Music Series comes from private donations with generous support from the Endowment for the Performing and Visual Arts and the Eliza R. Snow Society for the Performing and Visual Arts.

The most recent Sacred Music Series performance can be viewed online.

CDs and DVDs of past Sacred Music Series performances can be purchased from the BYU-Idaho University Store.

Artistic Director

Photograph of Dallin Harris
Dallin Hansen
Music Department Faculty
Phone: 208-496-4950
Email: music@byui.edu