(Christmas) Music To Our Ears

If you’ve had it up the wazoo with chestnuts and the friggin’ fire — but still yearn for Christmas music — you’re in luck.

WWPT-FM (90.3 “Wrecker Radio”) is airing this year’s Candlelight Concert, now through Wednesday. You’ll hear beautiful, sophisticated music, lovingly played and sung.

Candlelight Concert 2012 - Staples High School

As an added bonus, the Candlelight Concert alternates on WWPT with “It’s a Wonderful Life.” This “old-time radio broadcast” — a combined effort of Staples Players and the audio production class — is a must-listen, too.

Will Haskell, Keleigh Brockman and Bryan Gannon intently perform "It's a Wonderful Life."

Will Haskell, Keleigh Brockman and Bryan Gannon intently perform “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

Not home for the holidays? No problem! Click here to listen live.

For a different Christmas sound, click here or on the YouTube link below:

It’s the Princeton Nassoons, who performed Thursday night at the Seabury Center.

Alan Southworth — a Staples grad, now president of the famed a cappella group — is shown at the beginning of the video presenting flowers to his mother, Fran. She then joins her son’s group for a lovely rendition of Joni Mitchell’s “River.”

Merry Christmas!

One response to “(Christmas) Music To Our Ears

  1. That concert w the Nassoons was so lovely and Frannie Southworth’s rendition of that Joni Mitchell song was exquisite. It was a jewel of an evening in Westport!