Central Sound at Eight airs holiday specials on KBAQ 89.5 FM and on Eight Classical 8.4 digital
Dec. 12, 2014
The holiday programming begins on Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. as special guests The Romero Guitar Quartet (www.romeroguitarquartet.com), known as the “The Royal Family of the Guitar,” fill the air with Christmas classics, and the evening will be rounded out with local performances from the Phoenix Children’s Chorus (www.phoenixchildrenschorus.org), the Phoenix Girls Chorus (www.girlschorus.org) and other local ensembles.
On Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. on “Southwest Season Ticket,” Canadian Brass performs a special holiday program at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, featuring a variety of holiday standards, including: “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” “O Tannenbaum” “Christmas Time Is Here” “Frosty the Snowman”
“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”
Also featured this holiday season are two “ASU in Concert” holiday programs, airing on Thursdays at 8 p.m., Dec. 18 and 25. These broadcast events highlight holiday music from Arizona State University’s School of Music choral ensembles, ASU Symphony Orchestra, and the ASU Organ Department.
CENTRAL SOUND at EIGHT (www.azpbs.org/centralsound), a part of KAET / Arizona PBS, is dedicated to capturing classical and acoustic music performances of the highest professional caliber, taking special care to preserve the authenticity of the experience. As a premier provider of audio services, CENTRAL SOUND is committed to serving as a central hub for notable musical events in the community, bringing concerts of internationally acclaimed artists, performances by leading ASU faculty and the next generation of young musicians to thousands of listeners. Striving for that quintessential sound, Central Sound produces numerous programs for broadcast on the airwaves of KBAQ-FM, as well as exceptional television audio, featured on Eight, Arizona PBS and beyond.
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