The ensemble performs under the direction of Associate Professor of Music Delvyn Case, featuring works by Astor Piazzolla, Edward Elgar, 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.

Pre-registration required: register here.

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

The ensemble performs under the direction of Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis. Tickets: $10 general, $5 faculty/staff & seniors, $2 students.

Ticket are available for sale here:

Thursday, December 9
Friday, December 10
Saturday, December 11

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

The ensemble performs under the direction of Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis. Tickets: $10 general, $5 faculty/staff & seniors, $2 students.

Ticket are available for sale here:

Thursday, December 9
Friday, December 10
Saturday, December 11

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

The students enrolled in Western Music I: Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque, perform musical works from the historical periods they have studied this semester, including compositions by Marin Marais, Henry Purcell, Couperin, Scarlatti, Handel, and Bach.
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. Seating at this event is limited.

The ensemble performs under the direction of Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis. Tickets: $10 general, $5 faculty/staff & seniors, $2 students.

Ticket are available for sale here:

Thursday, December 9
Friday, December 10
Saturday, December 11

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

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.

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.

African American author, columnist, and public speaker Deesha Philyaw will read from her debut short story collection, The Secret Lives of Church Ladies, which won the 2021 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, the 2020/2021 Story Prize, and was a finalist for the 2020 National Book Award in fiction.

This event will also be available virtually via Zoom, register here.

Part seance, part collective automatic writing, part investigation of philosophical texts, Ancient Evenings will be a collective spiritual awakening in our own Cole Memorial Chapel. Come and explore the Western Canon through your own subversive and politically aware writing. Discover how you creatively think about rational thinking. Participants should bring a pad of paper and a writing implement. Light refreshments will be served before the event outside the Chapel.

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.