Caroling Groups Spread Glad Tidings

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Friday, December 24, 2010

'Tis the season for glad tidings and holiday cheer. And this year, that might include some carolers on your doorstep or at the food court in the mall. In this week's Arts File on WQXR, Kerry Nolan talks to the heads of two caroling groups—Greg Kefalas, the founder of the New York Holiday Singers, and Tom Andalora, who directs the Dickens Victorian Carolers—about why they spread the cheer during the holiday season.

Guests:

Tom Andolora and Greg Kefalas

Hosted by:

Kerry Nolan

Produced by:

Julia Furlan
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Comments [2]

Hi MJ,

Thank you very much for the comment. The correction has been made.

Many thanks.

Dec. 26 2010 04:03 PM
MJ Moore

FYI: Your second interview was with Tom Andolora, not Andarola or Andorola. Other than the name massacre, the interview was quite nice.

Dec. 25 2010 05:54 PM

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