Student Recitals

Cole Memorial Chapel Norton, MA, United States

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

Wheaton Chorale & Chamber Singers

Cole Memorial Chapel Norton, MA, United States

The ensembles, under the direction of Visiting Assistant Professor Alexandra Lutkevich, present a concert of works with orchestra, featuring visiting artist conductor Christopher Lowrey and soloists from Ensemble Altera: Clare Brussel, Andrew Brown, and Michael Garrepy.  Suggested donation $10.

Louise Toppin presents the Music of Harry T. Burleigh

Cole Memorial Chapel Norton, MA, United States

Noted soprano Louise Toppin presents an evening of art song, arias, and spiritual arrangements by Harry T. Burleigh and his contemporaries. The art songs featured will be included in a forthcoming edition of the art songs, long out of print but happily rediscovered by today's artists.

Free

Nicholas Kitchen, violin with Ann Sears, piano

Cole Memorial Chapel Norton, MA, United States

Nicholas Kitchen, internationally recognized violinist, founder of the Borromeo String Quartet, and faculty member of New England Conservatory, presents a concert with Professor of Music, Ann Sears, piano. This performance includes sonatas by Beethoven and Mozart, as well as works by Clarence Cameron White and Amy Beach.

Free

A Conversation with Joey Soloway

Cole Memorial Chapel Norton, MA, United States

Soloway is the creator of the groundbreaking Amazon series Transparent, a poignant comedy that artfully explores identity, love, sex, god, and boundaries through the lives of a complicated American family. […]

I Had No Idea You Were Black: Navigating Race on the Road to Leadership

Cole Memorial Chapel Norton, MA, United States

Dr. Ronald Crutcher, President Emeritus returns to Wheaton to celebrate the release of his recently published memoir I Had No Idea You Were Black: Navigating Race on the Road to Leadership . A leader in higher education, distinguished classical musician and accomplished administrator, Dr. Crutcher shares his talents on the cello before sitting down for an interview discussing his life as a Black leader successfully bridging America’s cultural divides and sharing his compelling story which offers many important lessons on life and leadership.