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Coming Up on 'WMHT Live!' (Sundays at 6 p.m.)
12/21: A concert by the Calder Quartet, from the Maverick Concert Hall in Woodstock. (Maverick Concerts)
12/28: “Extraordinary Quintets” The Miro Quartet plus Ricardo Morales, clarinet; Kirsten Johnson, viola and David Finckel, cello. Quintets by Boccherini, Mozart and Weber, from at the Spa Little Theater in Saratoga Springs. (Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center at SPAC)
Coming Up on 'No Ticket Required' (Fridays at 1 p.m.)
12/19: Bach: Christmas Oratorio, Part 3. Berkshire Bach Ensemble and Singers, from the First Congregational Church in Great Barrington. (Berkshire Bach Society)
12/26: A Piece collectively composed by The Knights: "...the ground beneath our feet." The Knights; Eric Jacobsen, conductor; from Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. (Troy Chromatic Concerts)
2014 Holiday Programming
12/20 5pm & 12/25 2pm: Chanticleer: A Chanticleer Christmas
A celebration of the season as told through the glorious voices of Chanticleer, the 12-voice San Francisco-based men's choir.
12/21 4pm & 12/25 5pm: St. Olaf Christmas Festival
A service in song and word that has become one of the nation's most cherished holiday celebrations. Tickets to the event, which takes place at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, are always gone months in advance. 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.
12/24 10am & 12/25 3pm: Kings College A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
Hosted by Michael Barone, this is a live 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.
12/25 1pm: Light and Gold: The Music of Eric Whitacre
Eric Whitacre is America's most popular composer today, and his choral works are beloved by choirs throughout the world. In three, one-hour programs, he introduces the music with co-host Brian Newhouse and describes the often-colorful backstory of how each piece came to be.