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APR's Holiday Programming Schedule

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Thanks to our listeners and supporters, all of us as Alabama Public Radio have a lot to be grateful for!  We hope you will join us as we celebrate the holidays with special programming that will run throughout the month of December and ending on New Year's Day.

A list of some of our upcoming specials:

12/17
9 a.m. The Carol Connection II
10 a.m. Christmas with the Morehouse & Spelman Glee Clubs
11 a.m. St. Olaf Christmas Festival

12/18
9 a.m. A Leroy Anderson Christmas
10 a.m. Handel's Messiah from Trinity Church, New York

12/19
9 a.m. Seasonal Settings and Angelic Appearances
10 a.m. A Choral Christmas with Stile Antico
11 a.m. Spanish and Catalan Traditional Christmas Music
12 Noon Welcome Christmas!

12/20
9 a.m. A Rochester Festival of Lessons & Carols 2013
10 a.m. Christmas with Madrigalia
11 a.m. Advent Voices
12 Noon Valparaiso University Christmas (repeat)

12/23
9 a.m. Music of the Baroque Christmas Special 11 a.m. Christmas with Morehouse & Spelman Glee Clubs (repeat)
12 Noon A Chanticleer Christmas

12/24
9 a.m. A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols-aired live!!!
11 a.m. An Operavore Christmas
12 Noon Christmastime in New York: The Cathedral Choir of St. John the Divine

12/25
9 a.m. La Nochebuena: A Spanish Renaissance Christmas
10 a.m. Carols the World 'Round
12 Noon A Leroy Anderson Christmas (repeat)

12/26
9 a.m. Handel's Messiah from Trinity Church, New York (repeat)
12 Noon A Classical Christmas

12/27
9 a.m. Christmas Vespers with Apollo's Fire
11 a.m. St. Olaf Christmas Festival (repeat)

1/1/14
10 a.m. New Year's Day from Vienna

Check our schedule page for changes or additions to the holiday programming specials, http://apr.org/schedule

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