In Italia: A Renaissance Christmas From Venice, Naples, Milan and Beyond - 3:00 – 4:00pm

In the sixteenth-century, the splendor of the Renaissance blossomed across Italy as a new Holy Roman Empire stretched its wings from the Urals to the Atlantic.  This special brings you wonderful sixteenth-century Christmas music from the Venetian world of Giovanni Bassano and Gioseffo Zarlino, moving westward to the Milan of Franchinus Gaffurius, and southerly to the Naples of Diego Ortiz. [Photo:]

Food and Jazz Thanksgiving: Thanksgiving evening on All Night Jazz 9 PM

Mike Cornette will help you wrap up your day of food and festivities with songs about food on All Night Jazz!  3 hours of music about food and drink to wind down from Thanksgiving dinner… from Horace Silver’s “Home Cooking,”  Jack McDuff’s “Mellow Gravy,” and Thelonious Monk’s “Stuffy Turkey,” to Charlie Parker’s “Swedish Schnapps,” and Sarah Vaughan’s “Black Coffee!”

Giving Thanks - A Celebration of Fall, Food and Gratitude: Thanksgiving, 5 - 7PM

Join us for a contemporary celebration of gratitude, with classical music and stories of Thanksgiving. This year's special guests include world-famous chef Jacques Pepin, and his 13-year-old granddaughter, Shorey, with whom he co-authored his most recent book, "A Grandfather's Lessons."  Francis Lam, new host of The Splendid Table, joins in as well with his recent, James Beard Award-winning Thanksgiving essay about immigrants.

Thanksgiving with Cantus – A Time for Family: Thanksgiving, 2 - 3PM

Join Alison Young and members of the premier men's vocal ensemble, Cantus, for a conversation about sitting down with those we love, celebrating the blessings in our lives, about Thanksgiving music…and food.
The all-male ensemble will perform songs of gratitude, including "We Gather Together," "The 23rd Psalm," "Brothers, Sing On!" and "Wanting Memories."

Join Classical WSMR for Thanksgiving! All Day

Russell Gant, Bethany Cagle, and Tyler Kline will be your perfect Thanksgiving companions throughout Thanksgiving Day!  As the smell of cooking turkey and yummy pie fills your home, we’ll be featuring the loveliest classical music with special pieces by American composers, music inspired by America, autumn and harvest selections, and familiar favorites.  This year you’ll hear  a lovely arrangement of “America the Beautiful,” Grainger’s “Harvest Hymn, and ” John Williams’ “Hymn to New England.”  Our Thanksgiving Evening Masterwork at 7pm features Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring.”  Listen