Robert & Shauna Valentine Family

Robert Young Valentine and Shauna Burgon Valentine met at BYU, fell in love and were married in 1967. They have lived in Provo, Utah; Durham and Laurinburg, North Carolina; and, for nearly three decades in Lincoln, Nebraska. Bob and Shauna moved back to Utah in 2004 into a new home in Highland. They have five grown children, Christopher, Lisa, Gina, James and Amanda and a lot of grandchildren. Enjoy news and photos of our growing family. Send comments, too. Stay in touch!

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

If you ever get a chance to get tickets, go!

All too quickly another edition of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square Christmas Concerts has come and gone. This year’s guests, The Kings Singers, delighted all with their precisely tuned and elegantly blended harmonies.
Concert goers left such comments as “the concert was simply amazing!” and “it was a very classy concert and truly did sound like angels singing above.”

A highlight of the concert was “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” with cleverly-costumed dancers choreographing each gift as The Kings Singers, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, and Bells on Temple Square performed a delightful new Mack Wilberg arrangement of the song.


Blogger primadonna said...

hi james' parents. thanks for having this site and sharing your pics of the events in your family and with the guys. i live in ogden, and one sunday night at 9 i received a phone call from my dentist's office. i was, to say the least, surprised. when the receptionist proceeded to tell me that i needed to reschedule my appointment for the following day because my dentist sang in the mormon tabernacle choir, and had been requested to sing the next day my jaw fell so far it hit the floor. i think it was when your church president's wife died. i posted on the m5 site right away, saying GUESS WHAT I JUST FOUND OUT! and bragging about my singing dentist.

February 16, 2008 at 12:37 AM  

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