Music Performances at Wellesley


Wellesley is offering a wide variety of concerts during this first week of December...

Upcoming Events!
Please join us all week long, to celebrate and support our
Student Ensembles!
Starting tomorrow:
Chamber Music Society Fall Concerts
David Russell and Jenny Tang, Directors
Concerts 1 & 3
Wednesday, December 2 / 12:30pm
Sunday, December 6 / 2:00pm
Jewett Art Center Auditorium
Concerts 2 & 4
Thursday, December 3 / 7:00pm
Monday, December 7 / 7:00pm
Jewett Art Center 372 / Temp Music Salon
This Friday evening:
Cercie Miller, Director
Friday, December 4 / 7:30pm
Jewett Art Center Auditorium
Wellesley College's Big Band will explore Latin clave, performing classics of Afro-Cuban jazz and fiery Latin arrangement of jazz standards in this concert. Following an exciting residency by Rebeca Mauleon, our students will celebrate Latin flavored big band at Wellesley with Wellesley BlueJazz. 
Ismet Uner, Soprano: Senior Recital
with David Collins, piano
Friday Dec 4, 4-5pm
Salon, Jewett Room 372
Julia Springer, Soprano: Senior Recital
with David Collins, piano 
If I cannot fly, let me sing
Friday Dec 4, 7pm
Salon, Jewett Room 372
Saturday evening:

Kera Washington, Director
Saturday, December 5 / 8:o0pm
Jewett Art Center Auditorium
Yanvalou performs traditional music and dance of the African diaspora, including Haiti and Ghana. Students perform on instruments from a variety of cultures and learn folkloric dances with choreographers in residence. 
This Sunday afternoon:
Margaret Angelini, Director 
Sunday, December 6 / 1:o0pm
Galen Stone Tower
Featuring a variety of winter and holiday music!
Sunday evening:
Wellesley Choir and Chamber Singers
Lisa Graham, Director
and the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life
Sunday, December 6 / 7:30pm
Houghton Main Chapel
A long-standing Wellesley holiday tradition of candlelight, music, readings and carols to celebrate the season!
and finally, next Tuesday
Andrew Arceci, Interim Director
Tuesday, December 8 / 8:00pm
Houghton Chapel Upper
This program will include early French, Burgundian, and English repertoire; works by Arbeau, Frye, Josquin des Prez, Henry VIII, and Claudin de Sermisy. 
brings world-class performers to campus, complementing the Music Department's academic offerings and augmenting the cultural life of the College and surrounding community.