Mack Wilberg

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Education and Career

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Mack J. Wilberg received his bachelors in Music Performance at Brigham Young University in 1979. Wilberg taught music at BYU for several years before accepting a position as associate director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. In 2008 Wilberg was appointed as director of the Tabernacle Choir, a position he still holds presently.

While at BYU, Wilberg directed Men’s Chorus and Women’s Chorus, establishing their excellent reputation.

Wilberg has performed with the American Piano Quartet, arranged music for several groups, including the King’s Singers, and is the biggest-selling composer for the Oxford Press (Warnock).

At the 2012 Madeleine Festival of the Arts and Humanities, the Salt Lake Community College's Chamber Choir performed a program featuring Wilberg's music.

Awards and Honors

Wilberg was presented with the BYU Distinguished Service Award in 2007 as part of the BYU Homecoming Celebration.

In 2008 Wilberg was awarded the Star Award for Music as part of the third annual SCERA Center for the Arts Star Awards.

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References

  • "Professors of the Century, Part II." BYU Magazine. Spring 2000. <http://magazine.byu.edu/?act=view&a=1138>.
  • Warnock, Caleb. “SCERA honors local art scene.” The Daily Herald. Provo, Utah. 10 Feb. 2008:A8.
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