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Last year Amy Grant delighted Stage Notes listeners on Christmas Day. Host Robert Hammond is thrilled to welcome back this six-time Grammy Award winner to a special Christmas Eve edition of Stage Notes at 9 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.
Letâ€™s talk image. This week, two leading critics offered harsh assessments of the deadly blandness of classical musiciansâ€™ wardrobes.
Monday, December 12
The First Nowell wrapped in brilliant variations
A Grammy-nominated Rochester native throws herself into a passionate Baroque aria
Music by Haydn, Dvorak, and Max Bruch
The haunting story of late photographer Francesca Woodman and her family.
Imagine a country committed to the people's happiness. This documentary visits the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan and its development policy of "Gross National Happiness".ď»ż
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Join host Robert Hammond as he welcomes solo piano artist Jim Brickman and The Tinseltone Carolers to this weekâ€™s special holiday Stage Notes.
Irish photographer Richard Mosse created a highly unusual look at remote parts of war-torn Congo by shooting his series Infra with recently discontinued Kodak infrared film.
Letâ€™s relax. In the holidays to come, delights, gifts, and memories flood our lives, and with them come pressures and anxieties which make this a difficult season for many.
Music offers you a refuge from the bustle, a room where you can take off your coat and warm your hands to Wagnerâ€™s Magic Fire music or Bachâ€™s passionate Goldberg variations.
Join the Globe Trekkers as they explore some of the worldâ€™s Great Natural Wonders.
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