WSHU Holiday Programs

Credit Courtesy of Pixabay

WSHU is bringing you a wide selection of special programs this holiday season, including music and thoughts for Hanukkah; songs, carols and stories for Christmas; music for Kwaanza and the political satire of the Capitol Steps.

On behalf of all of us at WSHU, we wish you a wonderful holiday season and a peaceful, happy new year.

A Victorian Christmas With David Bouchier

Nov 22, 2017

Join David Bouchier for the annual Victorian Christmas Show – an afternoon of seasonal music and stories about the traditions, myths and entertainments of Christmas a century and more ago.

Sunday, December 17
1 p.m. 
 5 p.m.
and
Sunday, December 24

1 p.m.  5 p.m.

WSHU-FM or via streaming

Echoes Sonic Seasonings

Nov 22, 2017
Courtesy of Pixabay

Echoes Sonic Seasonings is a different kind of Christmas show. It features music for the season that goes beyond the traditional carols. You'll hear them, but usually in reinvented form.

Sunday, December 24
8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
WSHU-FM, WSUF or via streaming

A Chanticleer Christmas

Nov 22, 2017
Courtesy of Chanticleer

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.

Thursday, December 21
8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
and

Monday, December 25
8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 

WSHU-FM or via streaming

Rama / Wikimedia Commons

This special holiday program features wonderful sixteenth-century Christmas music from the Venetian world. The performance is directed by Dr. Dana Marsh and Wendy Gillespie of the Historical Performance Institute of the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, with some of America's most outstanding young voices and players, specializing in early music.

Monday, December 25
3 p.m. to
 4 p.m.
WSHU-FM or via streaming

Echoes Winter Solstice

Nov 22, 2017
Courtesy of Echoes

Echoes creates a winter landscape in sound, a glistening expanse of evocative music.

Sunday, December 24
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
WSHU-FM, WSUF or via streaming

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