The band, under the direction of Assistant Professor Jeffrey Cashen perform music written by Miles Davis, Cedar Walton and Rita Payes, and arranged for the band Cashen. Bethany Tetreault ’23 will premiere a new arrangement for voice. Special guests The Phat Police will open with selections chosen and arranged by the ensemble.

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

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

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

The ensemble, under the direction of Assistant Professor Sheila Falls, performs music from a variety of genres from around the world, including the Catalonian song, ‘La dama d’ Aragó’ (The lady of Aragon) and more.

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

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

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

Come check out what arts@wheaton is all about, including how you can get involved. There will be live performances, music, tie-dye, paper flower making, screen printing and more. Oh yeah, and food trucks! 

Internationally known organist Peter Krasinski demonstrates improvisational accompaniment to the silent film Metropolis on Wheaton’s magnificent Casavant organ.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to view Fritz Lang’s dystopian masterpiece and Mr. Krasinski’s live performance—which promises to be as close as one could get to one from the 1920’s.

Please note: This event is open to the on-campus Wheaton Community only.

The Wheaton Chorale and Chamber Singers present their virtual spring concert, joined by Time Out Vocal Jazz, the Oure Pleasure Singers and visiting artists Elise Groves, Emily Bergmann, Connor Vigeant, and Craig Juricka. 

YouTube premiere begins at 7:30 p.m.

All are welcome at a virtual reception via Zoom immediately following the YouTube premiere. Register here.

Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the X Series. Explore the process of building this initiative, which was conceived by the Department of Theatre and Dance in response to the challenges of our times. Student participants will be joined by members of the production team to provide an insider’s view into the making of this exciting virtual project. Via Zoom, registration required.

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Premiere event registration links:

Register Here—April 8

Register Here—April 9

The X Series (xperimental/xperiential/xpression) celebrates Wheaton’s creativity in a multidisciplinary virtual event composed of ‘acts’ created by our community. Spanning dance, song, and film to visual art and theatrical performance, each project responds to the prompt: 2020 and Beyond: Our Reflections. Our Responses. Over the course of this two-night live premiere, we gather to share our creative processes and to present the culmination of that work. Via Zoom, registration required.

Register Here—April 8

Register Here—April 9

Register Here—April 15 (Behind the Scenes)

The phrase Lakou Sanblé connotes a gathering among friends and neighbors. During this live concert the band Eïa!: Christophe Césaire (composer, keyboard, guitar), Christel Coïta (singer), Carole Rosine (piano), and Jacques Bajal (bèlè drum) with special guest Mano Césaire (founder of Malavoi, violin) will perform traditional songs from Martinique, Guaudeloupe and French Guyane.

Register Here.