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SPECIAL Christmas/Holiday programming available as webcasts for your enjoyment, until January 31, 2014
American Boychoir 'Voices of Angels' and 'Home for the Holidays' concerts 2013
The annual, traditional concerts as presented by the American Boychoir. Voices of Angels from the Princeton University Chapel and Home for the Holidays recorded at the Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall on the campus of Princeton University. Special featured guests: The Canadian Brass!
Westminster Choir College of Rider University An Evening of Readings and Carols 2013
The annual, joyous and festive celebration of the season as presented by the choirs of Westminster Choir College and the Westminster Bell Choir. Performances took place in The Princeton University Chapel, December 13 & 15, 2013.
Broadside to Anthem: The Music of the War of 1812
David Hildebrand, director of the Colonial Music Institute, hosts this lyrical journey through the War of 1812 in America, as told
through told through songs and lyrics of that forgotten era which
inspired our national anthem.
Orli's Babies Got Bach
Join Marjorie Herman for a look at Orli Shaham's Baby Got Bach program - which presents classical music to children ages three to six.
Vera's Story - A Holocaust Remembrance Program
Holocaust Survivor Vera Herman Goodkin recounts her story of survival and rescue by Raoul Wallenberg as a child in Czechoslovakia and Hungary during the Holocaust. With additional narration by Bill Zagorski and music interludes of works by composers who perished in the Holocaust or wrote music in memory of the victims.
Regularly heard WWFM Specialty Programs
A Tempo with Rachel Katz (airs Saturdays at 7 pm)
Cadenza with David Osenberg (airs Thursdays at 10 pm)
Celebrating Our Musical Community (airs various times during the week)
Celebrating Our Musical Future (airs Mondays at 8 pm)
Curtis Calls (airs Wednesdays at noon & Mondays at 10 pm)
Distant Mirror with Allan Kelly (airs Fridays at 10 pm & Tuesdays at 11 pm)
The Dress Circle with Ted Otten and Michael Kownacky (airs Sundays 7 pm)
Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen (airs Sundays at 11 pm)
In a Broadway Minute with Howard Shapiro (airs 8:30 am Fridays and 10 am Saturdays)
Living Well with Jennifer Vose (airs Wednesdays at 9:00 am and Fridays at 5:00 pm)
The Lost Chord with Ross Amico (airs Sundays at 10 pm & Thursdays at 11 pm)
The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah (airs Sundays at 8 pm)
On the Wind (airs Mondays at 6 pm & Wednesdays at 11 pm)
The Piano Matters with David Dubal (airs Wednesdays at 10 pm & Sundays at noon)
Picture Perfect (airs Fridays at 6 pm)
Sounds Choral with Marjorie Herman (airs Sundays at 2 pm & Tuesdays at 11pm)
Special CD Offers
Strictly Vinyl with Bill Zagorski (airs Saturdays at 10 pm)
New! Tafelmusik with Allan Kelly (Wednesdays at 6 pm beginning Nov. 6)
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