• Wheaton College Artist Series
  • Wheaton College Artist Series
  • Josh Roman
    Joshua Roman, cello, with Camerata Chicago || Saturday, October 11
  • the CREATION
    Haydn's The CREATION with John Nelson, conductor || Saturday, November 15
  • Spektral Quartet
    Spektral Quartet with Julien Labro, bandoneon || Saturday, January 24
  • Brandon Ridenour
    Brandon Ridenour, trumpet || Friday, February 20
  • Emanuel Ax
    Emanuel Ax, piano || Friday, April 17
Wheaton Colege Artist Series

The SEASON is changing!

For almost 65 years the Wheaton College Artist Series has been proud and privileged to bring exceptional artists to our local stage for your enjoyment. This year, we are excited to present one beautifully focused five-event season; just five great concerts in a single subscription package with an outstanding array of artists.

As a subscriber, you will also get to choose one BONUS event: Love Classical? Choose the Fischoff Gold Medal Winners, the best of today’s emerging chamber musicians. Love Inspirational? Choose the inimitable Ken Medema. Love singing? Choose a public masterclass led by the legendary soprano Elly Ameling. Love surprises? Choose Fledgefest featuring young singers and songwriters like Tyler Sjöström. Want to attend them all? BONUS events are only $20!

With this new format comes substantial savings. Our new five-concert subscription with a bonus concert is $35 less than the FULL subscription last season. If you were a FLEX subscriber last season, you pay no more than $15 extra to attend two more concerts in 2014-15. Subscribers also receive the Dining & Discount card, with discounts at more than 30 local restaurants and businesses.

Coming up . . .

Bonus Event
Spektral String Quartet
with Julien Labro
January 24, 4:30 & 7:30pm

This remarkable world-music mashup promises to be a highlight of the 2014-2015 season - moreso because we have something special in the works for concert. Check back over the summer for details!

Coray Auditorium (also know as Coray Alumni Gymnasium) is located on the East side of the Wheaton College Campus at the North end of the Todd M. Beamer Center.

Spektral Quartet