Watch Christmas Festival on Public Television
During the 2022 holiday season local public television stations around the country will air "Through His Own Redeeming Love," the 2019 Wheaton College Christmas Festival.
Check the listings below for your local station or watch on-demand now at PBS.org!
Through His Own Redeeming Love invites viewers to experience the story of the Bible through “Nine Lessons and Carols.” This traditional Christmas Festival shares the wonder of creation, the sorrow of its brokenness, and the hope of redemption through the birth of Jesus Christ. Alternating between choral and instrumental pieces performed by 250+ talented musicians of the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music ensembles, this production presents a mixture of traditional and contemporary Christmas music. Featuring three Wheaton College Choirs, the Symphonic Band, and the Harp Ensemble, this production of “Nine Lessons and Carols” is unique in its repertoire and deeply moving in its message. You are sure to come away with an illumined view of Christmas as you step into the story of humanity through the eyes of God and “His Own Redeeming Love.”
Check For Airings in Your Area
American Public Television will post updated TV listings for the Wheaton College Christmas Festival, Through His Own Redeeming Love, throughout December. Visit their website through the link below.
Led by Dr. John William Trotter, Concert Choir performs complex choral pieces for experienced and motivated choral singers.
Men's Glee Club
Known for its tradition over the past 100+ years, The Men’s Glee Club (MGC) continues to involve around 60 men in life-changing experiences.
The Symphony Orchestra seeks to learn and perform excellent orchestral repertoire to glorify God and minister to others.
Women's Chorale seeks to worship God, uplift audiences, and enrich the college experience for its 60 ensemble members.
The Symphonic Band has maintained a tradition of close community and music excellence at Wheaton College for over 125 years.
Since the its founding in the fall of 1972 by Kathleen Kastner, more than 200 students have participated in the Percussion Ensemble.