Wheaton’s choral tradition for the holidays celebrates music of varied cultures and time periods, and features the Wheaton Chorale and Chamber Singers under the direction of Assistant Professor Alexandra Lutkevich.

The concert is free to the public, but donations are gratefully accepted.

Comprised of Wheaton students, faculty, and members of the public, the GWSO presents a concert.

Suggested donation $5.

Combining a mix of performance and conversation, Dr. Samantha Ege animates the soundworlds and stories of the women who inspire her research. Dr. Ege is a leading interpreter and scholar of the African-American composer Florence B. Price. Dr. Ege’s publications and performances shed an important light on composers from underrepresented backgrounds. In 2023, she won the Society for American Music’s Irving Lowens Article Award for Chicago, the ‘City We Love to Call Home!’: Intersectionality, Narrativity, and Locale in the Music of Florence Beatrice Price and Theodora Sturkow Ryder (American Music journal). Dr. Ege’s first book South Side Impresarios: How Race Women Transformed Chicago’s Classical Music Scene will be published with the University of Illinois Press in autumn 2024. 

Free tickets via the Box Office.

Grammy-nominated Berklee Indian Ensemble (BIE) is a world-renowned collective known for its global Indian sound that honors regional South Asian musical traditions while boldly experimenting with a cross
pollination of genres, cultures, and multidisciplinary art forms from around the world. A diverse 8-piece ensemble that was born at the Berklee College of Music, the brilliant musicians of BIE provide an evening of
expansive, integrated musical explorations.

Free tickets via the Box Office.

This student-led ensemble presents a program of music selected and arranged by the members.

Associate Professor of Music Will Mason will debut and record a new composition for alto and tenor saxophone, keyboard, and percussion featuring Anna Webber, deVon Russell Gray and Daniel Fisher-Lochhead.

Internationally renowned performer and producer Daedelus presents a concert of cutting-edge electronic dance music.

Join us for an evening of Baroque music for the viola da gamba with Wheaton alumni, internationally renowned gambist Laura Jeppesen ’68 and emerging artist Thomas Conrad ’22, and Associate Professor of Music and Performance Zarina Irkaeva.  

Visiting Assistant Professor Alexandra Lutkevich, leads the ensembles, and an accompanying band, in a program of music from across the globe: South Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and USA.

Suggested donation $10.

Under the direction of guest conductor, Jon Ceander Mitchell, the ensemble performs works by Mendelssohn as well as Holst and his contemporaries. The orchestra is comprised of Wheaton students, faculty, and members of the public. Suggested donation $5.