Festival of Carols is in full swing!

December 22, 2009 at 6:40 pm Leave a comment

 

KMFA’s annual Festival of Carols is on full swing, including several holiday specials that have become a welcome tradition on Classical 89.5:

  • Bach’s Christmas Oratorio: 12/22 at 8pm
  • Handel’s Messiah: 12/23 at 8pm
  • A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols: Live broadcast from King’s College, Cambridge, England. 12/24 at 9am
  • Leroy Anderson Christmas Special: 12/24 at Noon
  • Echoes of Christmas, the Dale Warland Singers: 12/24, 7pm
  • The Nutcracker: 12/24 at 8pm
  • A Chanticleer Christmas: 12/25 at Noon
  • A Harpist’s Christmas with Yolanda Kondonassis: 12/25 at 7pm
  • St. Olaf Christmas Festival: 12/25 at 8pm

If you want to post these on the fridge like we do, here’s a nice schedule you can download and print:

KMFA Christmas Specials 2009  (in PDF format)

Best Wishes and from all of us at KMFA!  We wish you peace, comfort, joy, and beautiful classical music throughout the season.  :-)

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