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  • Fall Faculty Recital to Remember Prof. Charles Fassett

    Wheaton's Music Faculty will remember long-time colleague and friend Charles K. Fassett in their fall recital. More »

    The Great Woods Symphony is the college-community orchestra based at Wheaton College. The orchestra is comprised of about 60 members, which include Wheaton students, staff, and faculty as well members of the general public. Talented talented high school students are also welcome to join. Rehearsals are held Mondays, 7-9:15 pm, beginning Sept. 12. More »
  • DBR Collaborates with Wheaton Students

    World-renowned violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) opened up a year-long residency at Wheaton with a collaborative performance in the Kresge Experimental Theatre on October 1, 2015.  (Click for full video.) Daniel led students in a performance of his Hip Hop Etudes, then worked with Wheaton's step-dance team, S.O.L.E.  to create a collaborative improvisatory dance number.  DBR will […] More »
  • Wheaton Songwriters collaborate with Catie Curtis

    Students enrolled in Prof. Case's course "Introduction to Songwriting" spent a Saturday in March working closely with renowned singer-songwriter Catie Curtis. After a day of intensive workshopping, the students and Catie performed their original songs at a concert in The Loft.  Catie Curtis's visit to Wheaton was supported by the Evelyn Danzig Haas '39 Visiting […] More »
  • Number the Clouds

    Wheaton hosted a world premiere this week.
    The renowned ensemble The Hermitage Piano Trio visited campus to perform as part of the long-running Loser Concert Series with a program featuring works by famous composers, works that classical music ensembles have performed many times before. More »
  • Going Places - Montana Rogers ’14

    Hoping to better understand the country's culture, Montana Rogers heads to Bulgaria to study its musical history before pursuing grad school. More »
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    "Major grant supports new innovation network "

    IMAGINE Network grant paves way for new courses and innovative technologies. More »
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    Listen up: Professor exploring Jesus in pop music

    Assistant Professor Devlyn Case discusses his new seminar, “Rock of Ages: Images of Jesus in Popular Music.” More »
  • New fall courses

    New course, Beethoven, added this fall. More »
  • Celebrating Student Success

    The Music Department held its annual Concerto-Aria Competition on April 4, during which a fine group of students accompanied by Professor Lisa Romanul gave a series of excellent performances for Professors Brunel, Case, and Sears.  The following students will be performing with the Great Woods Chamber Orchestra next year under the direction of Professor Delvyn Case:  Emily Bergman, mezzo-soprano; Bianca Iannitti, […] More »