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Looking Ahead

Happy Chanukah!
Candles Burning Brightly

Dec. 23 at 6 pm
Join hosts Mindy Ratner and Bill Morelock for an encore celebration of Chanukah,
the Jewish Festival of Lights! (R)

Westminster Choir College's
An Evening of Readings and Carols
December 22 at 8 pm and Christmas Day at 3 pm The annual spectacular program of holiday music for choir, organ and brass featuring the ensembles of Westminster Choir College of Rider University at the Princeton University Chapel.

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
from King's College, Cambridge - LIVE

Christmas Eve at 10 am Join us for the annual Christmas Eve tradition with the King's College Choir, Cambridge, England.

Handel's Messiah with the New York Philharmonic
Christmas Eve at 8 pm Gary Thor Wedow, conductor (soloists Layla Claire, Tim Mead, Kenneth Tarver, Alistair Miles and the
New York Choral Artists).

The American Boychoir
Home for the Holidays Concert

Christmas Day at noon Program conducted by Fernando Malvar-Ruiz, Litton-Lodal Music Director.

The Bach Choir of Bethlehem
Christmas Concert 2014

Christmas Day at 8 pm Once again we're delighted to bring you the annual Christmas concert conducted by Artistic Director Greg Funfgeld. JS Bach: Cantata No. 147; Parsons: Ave Maria; Stanford: Magnificat in G, Op. 81; Gawthrop: Mary Speaks; CPE Bach: Magnificat in D, Wq 215.


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WWFM Holiday Theme Stream


Chanukah Theme Stream


From the Top with Christopher O'Riley
Saturday at noon Enjoy extraordinary performances by our nation's talented young musicians.

A Tempo with Rachel Katz
Saturday at 7 pm A look at sacred and seasonal music in a conversation with Victoria Bond, whose setting of Psalm 84 was just premiered in a joint performance by the choirs of Temple Emanu-El and St. John the Divine in New York, part of the Soli Deo Gloria Psalms Project. Bond will talk about that experience, as well as a children’s Hanukkah Opera
she is working on.

A Little Night Music
with Michael Kownacky

Saturday at 10 pm; Saturday at midnight week later A selection of some of Michael's favorite holiday music.

Sounds Choral with Marjorie Herman
Sunday at 2 pm; Monday at midnight Welcome Light - Marjorie's annual celebration of the sun with choral works by many composers for reflection and inspiration.

The WWFM Sunday Opera
Hosted by Michael Kownacky

Sunday at 3 pm Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Christmas Eve - the story of a blacksmith, Vakula, who magically flies to Moscow to ask the Tsarina for a pair of her slippers to win the love of the beautiful Oksana.

The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah
Sunday at 8 pm Opera stars sing Christmas favorites.

Chamber Music Society
of Lincoln Center

Sunday at 9 pm All French program: Debussy: Danse sacree et Danse profane; Poulenc: Banalities; Ravel: Quartet in F Major
(Parisii Quartet).

The Lost Chord with Ross Amico
Sunday at 10 pm A Play in a Manger: An hour of English Nativity plays.

Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen
Sunday at 11 pm Music from the past half century by Alan Larry Smith, Robert Helps and Hampson Sisler.

Bach at One with Marjorie Herman
Monday at 1 pm Enjoy an hour of JS Bach performed by the Trinity Choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra at Trinity Wall St., NYC.

Curtis Calls with Carl Hemmingsen
Monday at 11 pm, one hour later than usual. Donizetti: Arias from L'elisir d'amore; Schubert: Sonata in A Major, D. 574; Biber: Passacaglia; Sarasate: Introduction and Tarantelle; Tchaikovsky, arr. Wm. Primrose: None, but the lonely heart; Sarasateana.   Call 1-888-993-6123 WWFM Facebook
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