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#MyWheaton Student, Arts & Music
Learning to be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable
Amy Kirk ’20 is a music education major from Harrisonburg, Virgina. In this MyWheaton blog post, Amy reflects on her experiences as a member of Concert Choir and how the group has provided her with unexpected opportunities to find freedom in experiencing discomfort.
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Arts & Music, Wheaton Experts
The Importance of Improvisation
John William Trotter serves as an associate professor of music at Wheaton College and was recently awarded the Leland Ryken Award for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities. In this Wheaton Experts blog, he shares how important the ability to improvise is in music and our daily lives.
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Arts & Music, News
Wheaton College Conservatory of Music to Host the 5th Annual High School Music Camp
This summer, the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music is hosting a Music Camp geared to upcoming ninth through twelfth graders.
#MyWheaton Student, Arena Theater, Arts at Wheaton
To Workout our Faith with Fear and Trembling
Collin Kavanaugh '21 is an English major with a concentration in literature from Frankfort, IL. In this MyWheaton blog post, Collin describes his experiences as a member of Arena Theater and the deep community he’s found with Workout.
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Arts & Music, News
Wheaton College Launches Phase II of Construction on Armerding Center for Music and the Arts
At a Grand Celebration, Wheaton College announced Phase II of its state-of-the-art Armerding Center for Music and the Arts.
MWS Worship News
Arts & Music, Press Release
Michael W. Smith to Headline Benefit Concert at Wheaton College October 18
Three-time Grammy Award-winning artist Michael W. Smith will perform a benefit concert on October 18, 2018, at 7:30 pm in Edman Chapel on the campus of Wheaton College.
Arts in London: A Pilgrimage to Sacred Spaces
#MyWheaton Student, Arts at Wheaton, Global and Experiential Learning
Arts in London: A Pilgrimage to Sacred Spaces
Mattea Gernentz ’20 is an English literature and psychology double-major from Franklin, Tennessee. In this MyWheaton blog post, she shares about her experience finding sacred spaces in unexpected places on this summer's Arts in London trip.
Buis Blog Post
Arts & Music, Faculty
From Opera to the Music of the African Diaspora
Dr. Johann Buis, professor of Music History in the Conservatory of Music shares how his love for opera and the music of the African Diaspora have lead to a passion for teaching others about these dynamic cultural expressions.
#MyWheaton Student, Arts & Music, Spiritual Life - Chapel
Chapel Band Backstage
Julia Primuth '19 is an international relations major with a nursing certificate. She takes us behind the scenes with the chapel band that she leads through the Chaplain’s Office.
Arts at Wheaton, Wheaton Experts
The Sacred Story in Bach’s Six Solo Cello Suites
Wheaton College Associate Lecturer of Music Leonardo Altino meditates on the first of Bach's cello suites.
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Arts at Wheaton, News
Wheaton College Conservatory of Music and The Center for Congregational Song Present “Centered in Song” Conference February 1
The Wheaton College Conservatory of Music and the Center for Congregational Song will co-sponsor “Centered in Song,” a conference on congregational singing, on February 1.
Arts at Wheaton, News
Wheaton College Christmas Festival to Air Nationally on Public Television
This year, the beloved Wheaton College Christmas Festival expands its reach, as the 2016 concert, “Love Divine,” airs on American Public Television (APT) stations across the country.
Arts at Wheaton, News
Artist Series Opening Night to Feature Local High School Musicians
The opening night of Wheaton College Artist Series will feature a special performance by local high school musicians.
Alumni, Arts at Wheaton, News
Shakespeare in the Park Brings 80’s-Themed “Much Ado” to 3,000 Community Members
Arena Theater partnered with Wheaton Park District to present an '80s-themed version of "Much Ado About Nothing."
Alumni, Arts at Wheaton, News
"Much Ado About Nothing" to Take Center Stage at Wheaton's Memorial Park
The Wheaton Park District and Wheaton College's Arena Theater will present "Much Ado About Nothing."