A concert celebrating the global diversity of orchestral music. Featuring the Massachusetts premiere of Son of Pandu by Shruthu Rajasekar, works by Astor Piazzolla, Maurice Ravel, Charles Ives, and J.S. Bach, and Mozart’s Symphony no. 27.  Thomas Conrad ’22 performs C.P.E. Bach’s Flute Concerto in D Minor, and Bethany Tetreault ’23 sings J.S. Bach’s “Sheep May Safely Graze.”

Suggested donation $5.

Please note: Wheaton College requires masking for at all events, regardless of vaccination status. Attendees will be required to complete a registration form for contract tracing upon arrival. Seating at this event is limited.

The 60-piece GWSO performs dance music from around the world, featuring selections from Stravinsky’s Firebird; Respighi’s Ancient Airsand Dances Suite No 2; Melanie Bonis’ Suite en forme de valses; and African-American composer William Grant Still’s Danzas da Panama. Charlotte Chuen, Class of 2020, also performs Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. Suggested donation $5.

Comprised of two-time Grammy-winning clarinetist Richard Stoltzman and virtuoso marimba player Mika Stoltzman, Duo Cantando joins the GWSO in a concert of jazz-inspired music by American composers. Featuring compositions by Leonard Bernstein, Chick Corea, James P. Johnson, and Florence Price. The GWSO will also premiere a new piece by Wheaton senior Hannah Merseal. Suggested donation $5.