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Wellesley choir at Dover Memorial Hall

A December to Remember: A Choral Celebration with the Wellesley College Choirs

Dec 11, 3 PM
Houghton Memorial Chapel
Open to the Wellesley College campus community only

Join the Wellesley College Choir and Chamber Singers for an afternoon of holiday beauty and cheer! Favorite carols and Christmas songs, treasured traditions and whimsical new ones will be enjoyed along with stories and poems of the season.   

Featuring:

  • Erica Johnson, College Organist  
  • Emi Nishida, accompanist  
  • Wellesley College Choir and Chamber Singers: Lisa Graham, Evelyn Barry Director of Choral Music 

This is an in-person event, open only to students, staff, and faculty in the Wellesley College testing protocol. All others may view the livestream on the Concert Series YouTube Channel, or find the link on wellesley.edu/live.

 
For more information, please contact:

concerts@wellesley.edu.

Generously supported by:
the Marjorie Copland Baum Memorial Fund.
people playing the carillon

Wellesley College Guild of Carillonneurs: Holiday Concert

Dec 5, 12–2 PM
Galen Tower
Open to the Wellesley College campus community only

Come share the warmth of the holidays with music of the season. Directed by Margaret Angelini.

The Wellesley College Guild of Carillonneurs carries on the 90-year tradition of bell-ringing in Galen Stone Tower, begun when the carillon was installed in 1931.

This is an in-person event, open only to students, staff, and faculty in the Wellesley College testing protocol. All others may view the livestream on the Concert Series YouTube Channel, or find the link on wellesley.edu/live.

For more information, please contact:

concerts@wellesley.edu.

Generously supported by:

the Marjorie Copland Baum Memorial Fund

Piano keys close up

Beethoven, Mozart, and the Mid-Classical Era: Catherine He, piano

Dec 4, 4:30 PM
Jewett Auditorium
Open to the Wellesley College campus community only

Featuring the Mozart Piano Concerto No. 15, K 450, with Prof. Eliko Akahori, piano, and Beethoven Trio Op. 1 No. 1 with Katherine Liu (class of 2025, violin) and Saskia Vanderwiel (class of 2024, cello). 

This is an in-person event, open only to students, staff, and faculty in the Wellesley College testing protocol. All others may view the livestream on the Concert Series YouTube Channel, or find the link on wellesley.edu/live.

 
For more information, please contact:

concerts@wellesley.edu.

Generously supported by:

the Marjorie Copland Baum Memorial Fund.

Snowy campus scene, Wellesley lamp in the foreground

Vidula Khanduri, soprano: Senior Recital: “Winter Storm”

Dec 4, 2 PM
Jewett Auditorium
Open to the Wellesley College campus community only

Vidula Gairola Khanduri’s Senior Recital, featuring works by Caccini, Vivaldi, Price, Bonds, Rachmaninoff and more, with a focus on baroque music, underrepresented composers, and women’s stories.

This is an in-person event, open only to students, staff, and faculty in the Wellesley College testing protocol. All others may view the livestream on the Concert Series YouTube Channel, or find the link on wellesley.edu/live.

For more information, please contact:

concerts@wellesley.edu.

Generously supported by:

the Marjorie Copland Baum Memorial Fund.

Bryan Stevenson

Bryan Stevenson

Bryan Stevenson: Race and the Criminal Justice System

The 2022 Betsy Wood Knapp ’64 Lecture in the Social Sciences and the 2022 Wilson Lecture
Apr 28, 2022, 5 PM
Alumnae Hall Auditorium
Ticket information appears below

Wellesley College is thrilled to welcome Bryan Stevenson—founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, a human rights organization in Montgomery, Alabama, and author of the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller, Just Mercy, to speak about race and criminal justice with the community.

This event fits into the broader theme of 2021-22 campus events on prison organizing and resisting the carceral state, in collaboration with the Wellesley Project on Public Leadership & Action and the Prison Nation project at the Davis Museum at Wellesley College.

Wellesley College students, faculty, and staff will need a ticket to attend the event in person, which will be held in Alumnae Hall Auditorium. The event will also be livestreamed on wellesley.edu/live for alumnae and the general publicWe will share full event details, including ticket information, closer to the event date. 

For more information, please contact:

olga.shurchkov@wellesley.edu.

Image Credit:

EJI