Ballet 5:8 "The Space in Between" CS Lewis' "The Great Divorce" (Wheaton College Artist Series Performances)
Julianna Rubio Slager’s world premiere of The Space in Between brings the novel The Great Divorce by C.S thought-provoking story of passengers on a bus ride between heaven and hell. Through colorful costum in ballet enchants the eye and mind with the possibilities in the afterlife.
The Irish Chamber Orchestra is Ireland’s most dynamic ensemble. Mixing traditional repertoire with new commissions and collaborating with everyone from DJs to dance companies, the ICO pushes the boundaries of what a chamber orchestra can do.
Internationally acclaimed British tenor Ian Bostridge and Chinese classical guitarist Xuefei Yang began their collaboration in 2014 with the recording, Songs from Our Ancestors.
Lux Aeterna is a work of art set apart from any other. It draws upon sacred choral chants paired with organ to invite the listener into spiritual conversation.
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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.
Langston Hughes Project: Ask Your Mama--12 Moods for Jazz
Saturday March 21, 2020 @ 7:30PM
Iconic American author, Langston Hughes wrote Ask Your Mama - 12 Moods for Jazz as a commentary on the struggles of the African-American community. In addition to his rhythmic prose, Hughes included musical notations but never created a musical score. Dr. Ron McCurdy developed these notes into 12 jazz pieces to be performed alongside the reading of the poem. Drawing from bues and Dixieland gospel songs, boogie woogie, bebop and progressive jazz, Lavin “Cha cha” and Afro-Cubam Mambo music, German lieder, Jewish liturgy, West Indian calypso and African drumming, this performance is sure to excite and inspire!
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The Grammy Award-winning LAGQ—Los Angeles Guitar Quartet is one of the most multifaceted groups in any musical genre.