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2020-2021: "Concerts for Hope" Series

Each year, WCMS presents a variety of concerts that showcase our exceptional faculty, guest artists, and advanced students. This year especially, we strive to bring joy to our community through our "Concerts for Hope" series. Please join us.

For more information about these and other upcoming events, please visit our calendar page.

Friday, December 18  7:30 PM
Faculty Concert: "Carol of the Bells: Music for the Season"
Works by J.S. Bach, Britten, Douglas, Handel, Hoover, and Tchaikovsky with many seasonal favorites

Friday, February 5  7:00 PM
String Department Honors Concert
postponed - new date TBD

Friday, March 12  7:00 PM
Percussion Department "Beat of Life" Concert
Student performances on marimba, xylophone, and timpani

Sunday, March 14  3:00 PM
Faculty Concert: "Music for the Moment"
Piano works by Ludwig van Beethoven, William Grant, and Florence Price

Friday, March 19  7:30 PM
Faculty Concert: "Bach: Alone & Together"
A celebration of Bach's unaccompanied works for solo instruments

Friday, March 26  7:00 PM
Voice Department Honors Concert
Voice students perform in a celebratory recital

Friday, April 9  7:00 PM
Woodwind, Brass & Percussion Department Honors Concert
WBP students perform in a celebratory recital

Saturday, April 10  3:00 PM
Piano Composers Project: Student Concert
Students in the Piano Composers Project perform original works

Saturday, April 10  7:00 PM
Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) Voice Concert
Voice students perform selections from modern music

Sunday, April 11  4:00 PM
Suzuki Piano Student Extravaganza

Saturday, April 17  7:00 PM
Concert for Kids! "The Misadventures of Peer Gynt"
A fun-filled journey through Edward Grieg’s famous music from the tales of Peer Gynt

Saturday, May 8  3:00 PM
Piano Department Honors Concert
Piano students perform in a celebratory recital