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Mormon Tabernacle Choir director mentors inmate music group
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2 July 2017
On 2 July 2017 The Associated Press reported:
The newest students of the director of the famed Mormon Tabernacle Choir have the talent you would expect to be honed under the guidance of an experienced music teacher. But they come from an unlikely source -- Utah State Prison. Director Mack Wilberg spent months helping members of the prison's Wasatch Music School prepare for a spring recital in June. The inmates performed with instruments donated by the community and sang gospel, county, and rock songs. The Wasatch Music School began in 2006 with volunteers dedicated to providing resources to inmates so they could learn to play guitar or piano or sing. The group is co-directed by inmate Roland Pitt, who competed with Wilberg in college, and decided to teach music at the prison to atone for his mistakes. Inmate Ron Kelly considers the program a life saver.
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