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Christmas

With Heart and Voice ® Program 1753

Suggested Broadcast: Sunday, December 31, 2017

Joyous music of the season continues this week on With Heart and Voice, as Peter DuBois shares choral and organ favorites, both old and new!


With Heart and Voice ® Program 1752

Suggested Broadcast: Sunday, December 24, 2017

On the eve of Christmas, we’ll begin the festivities with music to celebrate the arrival of the Christ Child on this edition of With Heart and Voice.  Tune in as Peter DuBois shares sacred choral and organ treasures of the season.


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Whether you celebrate Chanukah, the Solstice, Christmas or Kwanzaa, be ready to wrap up December and move into 2018 with Classical 91.5 where you'll find specials perfectly curated and entertaining for the season. 

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This month The Score reflects on 2017, brings us a Christmas show "Laughing All the Way" and celebrates their 500th episode.

12/2      Police: The Blue Line  Including Serpico, The Untouchables, BULLit, The Bone Collector, Die Hard, Dirty Harry, In the Heat of the Night, LA Confidential, The Departed, Heat, Fargo, The French Connection, Lethal Weapon, Beverly Hills Cop, and The Naked Gun

The Rochester, NY chamber choir Madrigalia, and their Artistic Director Cary Ratcliff return to public radio for Christmas with Madrigalia 2017, a holiday concert that celebrates the excitement and joy of the holiday season.

This one-hour program, recorded live in concert at Rochester’s Clover Center for the Arts, features beautiful music by Pavel Chesnokov, Todd Smith, Erik Esenvalds, Robin Pecknold and John Rutter, along with a number of Cary Ratcliff’s own arrangements.


One of the most beloved traditions of the holiday season is the Festival of Lessons and Carols, a service made famous at King’s College in Cambridge, England. The Festival tells the Christmas story in words and music, and is presented all over the world in many languages and variations.

Tune in for A Rochester Festival of Lessons and Carols recorded at Third Presbyterian Church in Rochester, New York under the direction of organist/choirmaster Peter DuBois, who is known to public radio listeners across the country as the host of With Heart and Voice.