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University Chorale Concert

Tuesday, April 13
7:30–8:30 MDT

Broadcast virtually

Virtually tune in as BYU’s University Chorale performs a “wonderful musical and cultural variety of choral gems, from reverent to rhythmic.” The program includes three arrangement premieres by CJ Madsen:

  • “Solo Tu” (a Latin Christian song)
  • “The Lord and I” (a Chinese hymn by a female Chinese composer)
  • “Our Father Always Does” (a Tongan hymn)

The program will also feature the final movement from One Fold, One Shepherd, a sacred choral work by CJ Madsen.

Watch online for free on the BYU School of Music’s website. The broadcast is only available live.

The Heavens are Open

Choral Meditations on the Restoration Proclamation

Saturday, April 17
7:30–8:30 MDT

Sunday, April 18
2:30–3:30 MDT

Broadcast virtually

Virtually tune in as A Voice for Good Choir, directed by David Kime and CJ Madsen, performs a program of beloved hymns and new arrangments based on the new Restoration Proclamation. The program includes three compositions by CJ Madsen:

  • “Ask of God”
  • “The Priesthood of God”
  • “A Pillar of Light”

Watch online for free on A Voice for Good’s website. The broadcast is only available live.

Photo of CJ Madsen playing a grand piano.

Hymns of Hope

Every Sunday
1:00–1:30 MST
CJ’s Facebook page

Can the coronavirus shut down music? No! To bring cheer and hope to souls shut up in their homes, every Sunday CJ has been streaming live piano music from his home. Each week has a theme, and CJ takes requests beforehand and during the stream for what he should play. He then comes up with impromptu arrangments, often of two songs weaved together.

Feel free to join live or watch later on CJ’s Facebook page. (If you have trouble finding a live broadcast on Facebook, try searching for “Hymns of Hope” and the day’s date.)

You can also see past livestreams on the Hymns of Hope blogpage.

CJ has also created a Google Drive folder where he has archived arrangements of public-domain songs from past livestreams.


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