Southern California Mormon Choir

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Southern California Mormon Choir
Southern California Mormon Choir logo.png
Origin Southern California
Founded 1953 (64 years ago)
Founder H. Frederick Davis
Members 80-100
Music director Jan Bills
Headquarters Glendale, California
United States

The Southern California Mormon Choir is a choir based in Southern California that was formed in 1953 under the auspices of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.[1] The choir performs concerts of classical, sacred, folk, patriotic, and popular choral music throughout the Southern California area.

The choir was organized by H. Frederick Davis (1909-2000), a Tonga-born, New Zealand raised Latter-day Saint.[2] The current director is Jan Bills, a professional harpist with a degree in music from Brigham Young University. [3][4]

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  1. ^ Doyle, Alicia (26 Apr 2016). "Mormon choir to sing at free Simi Valley concert". Ventura County Star. Camarillo, California: Gannett Company. Archived from the original on 22 Oct 2014. Retrieved 5 Dec 2016 – via 
  2. ^ "Harold Frederick Davis". Southern California Mormon Choir. Retrieved 5 Dec 2016. 
  3. ^ Wagstaff, Vickie (14 Aug 2014). "Southern California Mormon Choir to perform". Event News. Cypress, California. Retrieved 5 Dec 2016. 
  4. ^ "Staff". Southern California Mormon Choir. Retrieved 5 Dec 2016. 

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