Join theatre and dance studies majors as they celebrate their last show as Wheaton students. The
performance will highlight their work together as a self-driven, collaborative theatre-making machine.

Join theatre and dance studies majors as they celebrate their last show as Wheaton students. The
performance will highlight their work together as a self-driven, collaborative theatre-making machine.

Join us as we celebrate the creative talents of Wheaton filmmakers and animators. The screening will feature the best student work from Production I, Intro to Animation, Stop Motion Animation, independent studies, and the FNMS senior seminar.

The 65-piece GWSO performs a concert exploring how composers have created unique symphonic works inspired by the melodies of others. It includes Aaron Copland’s famous suite from Appalachian Spring, plus music by Ives and Tchaikovsky, as well as the Massachusetts premiere of African-American composer Margaret Bonds’ stirring Montgomery Variations from 1964. Wheaton senior Brianna Sheldon, winner of the Concerto-Aria Competition, joins the orchestra to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto no. 1. Suggested donation $5.

Under the direction of Associate Professor Earl Raney, Wheaton’s largest wind ensemble performs its spring concert. Suggested donation: $5.

The band, under the direction of Assistant Professor Jeff Cashen, perform a mix of American music ranging from jazz to rhythm and blues to rock. Composers include Thelonius Monk, Ornette Coleman, Sting and more.

This student-led jazz ensemble performs under the supervision of Assistant Professor of Music Jeff Cashen. The members of the band choose and arrange their material which tends to be on the funkier side with a dose of Latin rhythm.

Gifted student performers demonstrate mastery in voice, violin, cello, piano and other instruments.

The Wheaton Chorale and Chamber Singers, joined by singers from the community, present Mozart’s most famous choral work featuring Haas Visiting Artist soloists Sarah Moyer, Carrie Cheron, Gregory Zavracky and Dana Whiteside. Suggested donation $10.