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In the 2019-2020 season, the five main series events include something for everyone—humor, awe-inspiring excellence, ethereal choral pieces, ballet, and a literary take on jazz.
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.
Subscriptions, as well as individual event tickets for 2019-2020 season, will go on sale this summer. Subscribe Here!
Individual performance ticket sales on sale July 5, 2019, visit performance pages to purchase.
Subscribers receive significant savings over the cost of individually-purchased events, as well as exciting benefits like access to the Dining & Discount Program.
Browse a digital version of our 1920 Artist Series Season Brochure Brochure.
Want to be sure you get notification of those sales dates? Email Artist.Series@wheaton.edu and ask to be kept informed!
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.
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2019 - 2020 Main Series Events
Friday, September 27, Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, Opening Night Festival and the Grammy Award-winning LAGQ
BONUS EVENT! Friday, November 1, Ballet 5:8, The Space Inbetween. An adaptation of C.S. Lewis' The Great Divorce for ballet.
Saturday, November 16, Irish Chamber Orchestra with Conductor/composer/clarinetist Jörg Widmann and Soprano Claron McFadden
Friday, January 24, Ian Bostridge and Xuefei Yang acclaimed tenor and classical guitarist partner to bring a fusion of sacred song and classical guitar
Friday, February 21, Morten Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna Conductor Jerry Blackstone, Organist Nicole Simental, Gaudete Brass and the Wheaton College Choirs
Saturday, March 21, The Langston Hughes Project, Ask Your Mamma,12 Moods for Jazz with Ron McCurdy