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Wheaton College Artist Series Performances and Tickets

Great Music. Great Value. Close to Home.

Our Artist Series evenings feature world-renowned performers showcasing their unique musical expressions in Edman Chapel. Plan to enhance the evening experience by attending Grace Notes, the free pre-concert conversation before each main series event.

Subscribers receive significant savings over the cost of individually-purchased events, as well as exciting benefits like access to the Dining & Discount Program.

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The Wheaton College Artist Series is uplifting in every respect. ... I urge you to invest yourself in the special magic that great music and dance bring to the heart and soul. — Jim Carr, Former Mayor, City of Wheaton President & CEO, Blue Book Services, Inc.

Pure Classics: Black Oak Ensemble

Acclaimed as one of the premiere chamber ensembles in the United States, Chicago-based violinist Desirée Ruhstrat, violist Aurelién Fort-Pederzoli and cellist David Cunliffe offer a classical program featuring music from Bach to the Balkans.

Danielpour's Seven Mysteries

Respected pianist and Wheaton College Conservatory of Music Professor Daniel Paul Horn presents the world-premiere performance of Seven Mysteries by composer Richard Danielpour. The program also includes music by Beethoven and Mendelssohn.

Armerdings in Armerding

Critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, and fiddler Jake Armerding performs with his Father Taylor and other members of the Armerding family for an inspirational evening of folk, bluegrass and gospel music.

Fifth House Ensemble

Fifth House Ensemble traces the life cycle of water with a stellar program featuring music by Mason Bates, Dan Visconti, and Wheaton College’s own Shawn Okpebholo.

Vivaldi's Four Seasons

Joffrey Academy Ballet and Camerata Chicago return with world-premiere choreography of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. This visual and musical spectacle offers the perfect opportunity to return to Edman Chapel for live performing arts!

Harlem Quartet

Award-winning Harlem Quartet and bass legend John Patitucci come together for an exciting collaboration that offers the perfect balance of surprise and joy. Don’t miss these musical geniuses.

Lara St. John and Matt Herksowitz

Violinist Lara St. John and pianist Matt Herskowitz conclude the season with innovative classical repertoire and as well as new music infused with a touch of jazz. The duo will be featuring music from their exciting new recording Key of A.

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