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.

Violinist Charlotte Chuen ’19 presents her senior recital, the culmination of her musical study at Wheaton.

The ensemble, under the direction of Jeff Cashen assistant professor of music, presents a mix of post-bop jazz, and features two student vocalists.

Contemporary music ensemble, Phat Police present a program of music chosen and arranged by the students under the leadership of Assistant Professor of Music, Jeff Cashen.

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

The Wheaton Chorale and Chamber Singers are joined by Donnell L. Patterson, one of Boston’s leading gospel choir directors, known for his great musicality and infectious enthusiasm. In addition to singing gospel music and spirituals with our visiting artist, the choirs will sing selections from African American composers including William Grant Still and Rosephanye Powell. Suggested donation $10.

Earl Raney, associate professor of music, leads the Southeastern Massachusetts Wind Symphony in its spring performance featuring works by Holst, Grainger, Bizet, Anderson, Sousa, and Williams. Suggested donation $5.

Pianists Xinru Liu ’19 and Xinyi Liu ’19 present their senior recital, the culmination of their musical study at Wheaton.

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

Wheaton’s World Music Ensemble, directed by Sheila Falls Keohane, assistant professor of music, performs a variety of world music drawing on traditions from India, Ireland, France, Brazil and more.