Wheaton College Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert

The Wheaton College Conservatory of Music presents “All Nature Sings: Orchestral Soundscapes,” a concert performed by the Wheaton College Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 20.This WCSO performance will feature works inspired by the beauty and power of natural soundscapes. Highlights will include the world-premiere performance of Dr. Xavier Beteta’s “Camino del Bosque,” which incorporates soundscape recordings captured in Guatemala by Dr. Kristen Page, and a new poem written by Dr. Tiffany Kriner. The program also includes Felix Mendelssohn’s evocative “Fingal’s Cave,” Johann Strauss, Jr.’s beloved “On the Beautiful Blue Danube,” and Ottorino Respighi’s exhilarating “Pines of Rome.” Attendees will enjoy special contributions from students involved in Wheaton’s German Studies and HNGR programs.

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