The ensemble, performing under Associate Professor Delvyn Case, present a concert highlighting the diversity of orchestral music and orchestral composers. Featuring Beethoven’s “Coriolan” Overture, Haydn’s Symphony no. 33, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Noveletten, Jose Eizondo’s Danzas Latinoamericanos, and Charlotte Blake’s That Poker Rag

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The band, under the direction of Assistant Professor Jeffrey Cashen perform a wide ranging selection of jazz arranged for the band by Cashen. Special guest PHAT Police will also perform.


Please note: Wheaton College requires masking for at all events, regardless of vaccination status. Seating is limited.

The Wheaton Chorale and Chamber Singers, under the direction of Professor Tim Harbold, present a varied spring concert, featuring Haydn’s “Insanae et Vanae Curae,” contemporary favorites from Whitacre, Lauridsen and Runestad, and a range of jazz and popular selections. We are eager to share our music with you!

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

Visiting Artist Ted Reichman will discuss his work scoring films, including his most recent work for the critically lauded documentary “Missing In Brooks County,” hailed as “one of the most nuanced and disturbing…films about the immigration crisis.” by the Boston Globe.

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Wheaton’s World Music Ensemble, under the direction of Associate Professor of Music Sheila Falls Keohane, performs music and song from Brazil, Ukraine, Cuba and more.

Hailed as “one of America’s most daring and ferocious new-music ensembles” (The Chicago Reader), the Mivos Quartet visits Wheaton to perform a concert of contemporary music, including world premieres by Wheaton student composers.

Students enrolled in MUSC311: Western Music II are joined by Professor of Music Ann Sears for a performance of selected works from their coursework this semester.

andPlay (Maya Bennardo and Hannah Levinson) will perform very recent compositions by a diverse roster of composers (David Bird, Carolyn Chen, Anthony Green, and Catherine Lamb).

In support of our performing artists and aligning with other local arts organizations, all indoor Arts at Wheaton programming, the Beard & Weil Galleries, and all events taking place in Weber Theatre or the Kresge Experimental Theatre will require gallery visitors and audience members to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. 

Please join the Wheaton Chorale and Chamber Singers, under the direction of Tim Harbold, for an eclectic program of jazz, folk songs, spirituals and pop, featuring songs we explored with Visiting Artists Donnell Patterson (gospel), Dominique Eade (jazz), and Alex Grover (pop).