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Coming Up on 'WMHT Live!' (Sundays at 6 p.m.)
12.17 Glens Falls Symphony Holiday Special. It’s a program called “The Most Wonderful Time.” Artistic Director and Conductor of the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra Charles Peltz hosts this wonderful program of light classics and favorites for the season. Music of Engelbert Humperdinck, Irving Berlin and so much more.
12.24 Messiah with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Handel's much adored oratorio, Messiah, returns to Heinz Hall! Led by Music Director Manfred Honeck and featuring a cast of guest vocalists and the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, this work is a religious story of hope, inspiration and timeless expression.
12.31 Albany Symphony Orchestra: Concert 3. Conductor and Music Director David Alan Miller hosts this rebroadcast of the concert from December 9, 2017. It's a program called 1786: Mozart’s Miraculous Year. Recorded at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall in Troy, New York.
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12.15 Handel/Halvorsen: Passacaglia in G Minor. Kristin Lee, violin; Matthew Lipman, viola. Recorded at the SPA Little Theater at SPAC in Saratoga, New York. (Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center @ SPAC)
12.22 Vivaldi: Winter, from the Four Seasons. Musicians from Salem. Recorded at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, New York. (Music from Salem)
12.10 6pm The Many Moods of Christmas 2017 | Artistic Director and Conductor of Albany Pro Musica Jose Daniel Flores-Caraballo hosts this eclectic mix of choral favorites for the season. Music of Gustav Holst, Morton Lauridsen, Samuel Barber and so much more.
12.17 6pm Most Wonderful Time | Artistic Director and Conductor of the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra Charles Peltz hosts this wonderful program of light classics and favorites for the season.
12.2 4pm and 12.17 5pm "Advent Voices" | Holiday can be hectic. Take the opportunity to pause and reflect, as host Lynne Warfel presents an hour of gorgeous, contemplative music related to the Advent season, the Christmas story, and its symbolism.
12.3 5pm and 12.15 4pm "Welcome Christmas!" | A perennial Christmas favorite from VocalEssence, one of the world's premier choral groups. Join host John Birge for an hour of traditional carols and new discoveries.
12.17 4pm and 12.25 2pm "A Chanticleer Christmas" | This unique, one-hour program of holiday music is presented live in concert by Chanticleer. Hear why this superb 12-man ensemble is known as "an orchestra of voices," as they perform holiday classics and new favorites, with choral commentary by host Brian Newhouse.
12.10 5pm "Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir" | The world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir continues its tradition of great artistry this season, with touching arrangements of familiar carols, and surprises with lesser-known melodies that are fast becoming the new classics. Don't miss this annual favorite hosted by Julie Amacher.
12/10 4pm "Candles Burning Brightly" | Enlighten audiences with this one-hour celebration of Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights. Mindy Ratner hosts this holiday favorite and exploration of Chanukah foods and traditional activities - and plenty of music.
12.24 10am LIVE and 12/25 3pm A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols | Pipedreams host Michael Barone presents this live service of spoken-word and music (choral and organ) broadcast from the chapel of King's College in Cambridge, England. The 30-voice King's College Choir performs the legendary Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols service of Biblical readings and music.
12.24 3pm and 12.25 5pm St. Olaf Christmas Festival | This service in song and word has become one of the nation's most cherished holiday celebrations. The festival includes hymns, carols, choral works, as well as orchestral selections celebrating the Nativity and featuring more than 500 student musicians in five choirs, and the St. Olaf Orchestra. SymphonyCast host Alison Young shares the sights and sounds of this choral favorite.
12.24 5pm A Baroque Christmas in the New World 2017 | In celebration of the holiday season, "A Baroque Christmas in the New World 2017" offers music from 17th- and 18th-century Mexico, Peru and Bolivia, including a cantata and three free-standing works by Sumaya — most of which comes from the only surviving manuscript in full-score in Sumaya's own hand.
12.24 6pm MESSIAH with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 2017 | Handel's much adored oratorio, Messiah, returns to Heinz Hall! Led by Music Director Manfred Honeck and featuring a cast of guest vocalists and the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, this work is a religious story of hope, inspiration and timeless expression.