The Wheaton College Symphony Orchestra is committed to the exploration and performance of major orchestral literature from the 18th century to the present.
Dr. Daniel Sommerville, conductor of the Wheaton College Symphony Orchestra.
The choir motto for nearly three decades has been the statement by JS Bach: Music's only purpose should be for the glory of God and the recreation of the human spirit!
Dr. John William Trotter, director of the Wheaton College Concert Choir.
Through the Jazz Ensemble, the Conservatory of Music offers a wide variety of jazz performance opportunities aimed at providing practical musical training grounded in the authentic articulation of the jazz language.
The Jazz Ensemble performs as a big band and also as two separate smaller combos.
Truth. Integrity. Brotherhood. These are the core values that comprise Wheaton’s only all male choral ensemble.
Dr. Mary Hopper, director of the Men's Glee Club.
The central goal of the Women's Chorale is to worship God with its musical offerings, to uplift audiences through shared ministry, and to enrich the college experience for ensemble members.
Dr. Mary Hopper, director of the Women's Chorale.
For more than 40 years, the Percussion Ensemble has presented a unique program at the end of every semester.
The Percussion Ensemble has engaged in recording projects and performed at local schools.