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  • David Batdorf '16 | Wheaton
    16 Alley Kammer 16 Alyssa 14 Amy Early 16 Andrew Cuthbert PsyD 18 Andrew Sedlacek 15 Anna Morris 16 Ann Szeliga 17 Aseye Agamah 16 Beau Westlund 14 Brielle Lisa 18 Catherine Holt 15 Charlston Ong 19 Chloe Keene 18 Chloe Keene 18 Clementine Kane 18 Corinne Elliot 15 and Sarah Macolino 15 Dana Henderson 17 Daniel Tannous 16 David Batdorf 16 David Robinson 15 Elena Miles 15 Elise Topazian 17 Elliot Leung 17 Emmanuel Ndolimana M A 15 Emma Schaafsma 17 Erica Forkner 17 Ethan Jones M A 17 Guest Author Hannah Benson 15 Hunter Hambrick 17 Jeff Camp 18 Jennifer Fu 15 Jessie Epstein 16 Jillian Hedges 17 Jon Thornton 16 Joohee Uhm 15 Jordan Heres 15 Josh Fort 16 Kate Fredrikson 17 Kathryn Brightly 16 Katrina Burlet 15 Kelen Caldwell 17 Kendall Eitreim 15 Kingsley Kwayisi M A 15 Larryon Truman 16 Lyndsey Pritchard 16 Marianne Millen Psy D 19 Marshall Hollingsworth 16 Matthew Adams 17 Max Pointner 18 Michael Daugherty 15 Morgan 17 Morgan Jacob 17 Natasha Zeng M A 16 Philip Christiansen 16 Sarah Britton Miller 17 Stephen Westich 15 Tim 14 Tony Abiera M A 16 Travis Mercante 17 Tyler Hansen 16 Whitney Bauck 15 Young Ho Moon 15 Zack Johnston 17 Hometown Richfield Pennsylvania Year Senior Why Wheaton I chose Wheaton because I sensed it was a genuine community that would not dissolve on graduation day and because my teacher regularly performs with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra CSO one of the world s best orchestras and is one among many world class professionals I call my professors I stay at Wheaton because it is the place God used to capture my heart Favorite class 20th Century Music Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of

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  • Music Degree Programs | Wheaton
    extensive music library digital music labs recording studios and 40 practice rooms Within a classical grounding students will be immersed in their instrument and also have opportunities to embrace 21st century music and technology The Conservatory offers the following degree programs Bachelor of Music in Performance Bachelor of Music in Composition Bachelor of Music in History Literature Bachelor of Music in Pedagogy Bachelor of Music Education Bachelor of Music with Elective Studies in an Outside Field Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Music Minor Bachelor of Music in Performance The Performance degree provides comprehensive music training that encourages the formation of performing artists capable of meaningful contributions to society and the Church The four year curriculum with a major in piano organ voice or orchestral instrument is designed for those who are contemplating a variety of graduate programs or careers in music View curriculum Bachelor of Music in Composition This degree provides comprehensive training aimed at developing skills and imagination necessary to create compelling music in a variety of professional contexts The program encourages openness to diverse styles and genres and emphasizes growth in craft and purposeful creativity Resources include a state of the art Digital Music Studio Concerts of student works are presented at the end of each semester and a full composition recital is required in the senior year View curriculum Bachelor of Music in History Literature This degree provides comprehensive music training aimed towards further study in musicology or related fields and encourages the formation of a diverse approach to music scholarship It prepares students for graduate programs and careers in musicology college teaching music criticism broadcasting publishing and library archival science View curriculum Bachelor of Music in Pedagogy The Bachelor of Music in Pedagogy degree is designed for students contemplating a career as a private studio music teacher This curriculum will also give students musical breadth and is excellent preparation for graduate studies in a variety of music related fields View curriculum Bachelor of Music Education Students will be trained in both choral and instrumental music K 12 and be certified to teach in Illinois This degree provides comprehensive musical and professional training aimed toward teaching in public or private schools and can be completed in eight semesters Music education studies encourages the formation of school music teachers who will be agents of change employing effective instructional strategies while imparting a broad scope of musical practice and cultural distinctiveness View curriculum Bachelor of Music with Elective Studies in an Outside Field This degree provides a comprehensive experience in a professional music curriculum as well as a 24 semester hour concentration in one of fourteen outside fields Arts Ministries Bibilical and Theological Studies Business Christian Education Ministry English Mathematics Computer Science Media Modern Languages French German Spanish Pre Law Studies Psychology Sociocultural Studies Theater and Third World Studies includes HNGR internship A design your own option called Alternate Field can be used to include coursework from any major in the college View curriculum Bachelor of Arts Degree

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Conservatory/Degree-Programs (2016-02-17)
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  • Symphonic Band | Wheaton
    Band The Wheaton College Symphonic Band performs traditional and contemporary wind band music maintaining a tradition of music excellence at Wheaton College for over 125 years It is a remarkable mix of music and liberal arts majors who enjoy close community and sharing their musical gifts with others Menu Chamber Music Concert Choir Jazz Ensemble Men s Glee Club Opera Music Theater Percussion Ensemble Symphonic Band Symphony Orchestra Women s Chorale Conservatory McAlister Hall 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone Conservatory Office 630 752 5099 thearts wheaton edu Admissions 630 752 5097 music wheaton edu Promotions 630 752 5846 The Symphonic Band is an all campus ensemble of 60 70 musicians The ensemble rehearses MW 3 15 4 45 Three major performances are presented annually in addition to special programming including children s concerts holiday performances and tours Symphonic Band is a full year course Instrumentation flute oboe bassoon clarinet saxophone trumpet french horn trombone euphonium tuba string bass percussion Auditions are held in August before the first week of classes and can be scheduled at that time or by contacting Dr Yontz at Timothy Yontz wheaton edu Auditions consist of the following prepared items 1 minute lyrical selection of your choosing 1 minute technical selection of your choosing Chromatic scale slurred evenly up and down demonstrating your full range Sight reading Percussion Auditions will be held separately through the Percussion Studio The Wheaton College Symphonic Band performed at the 2014 North Central Division Conference of the College Band Director s National Association and the 2013 Illinois Music Education Conference Dr Timothy Yontz conductor Timothy Yontz wheaton edu Wheaton Conservatory Event Calendar Your browser must support JavaScript to view this content Please enable JavaScript in your browser settings then try again Events calendar powered by Trumba More WETN Symphonic

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  • Conservatory | Wheaton
    musical ability but more because of my attitude according to the producer I m fortunate enough to be in a place in life where I thought I would be when I m 30 right now because of the community s constant support individualized training and God s grace Thanks to Wheaton I became a happier person and I cannot stress more how great the community here is Elliot Leung 17 is a junior music composition major from Hong Kong To experience his work visit his website Photo captions Elliot conducts scoring sessions and concert music performances visits and networks with companies including DreamWorks and performs his pieces in a contemporary concert Learn more about Wheaton s Conservatory of Music on their website Posted September 30 2015 Tags My Wheaton Conservatory Opera Music Theater at Wheaton Posted by Hannah Benson 15 As someone who can t remember a time before she was involved in singing for other people it s perhaps unsurprising that vocal performance major Hannah Benson 15 has found a home in Wheaton s Conservatory of Music I love the way that studying voice makes me feel Hannah says I m creating the sound physically and it s a very rewarding major to me because of that As one of the lead roles in Wheaton s Opera Music Theater production of Dido and Aeneas Hannah has had ample opportunity to exercise her vocal talent in a community of fellow artists I love the people in the conservatory she says Because there are so few of us and we re constantly in the same building we get to know each other really well It becomes a really close knit community From Hannah s perspective this community includes professors too Working closely with well trained professionals is made even more beneficial when paired with small class sizes and ensembles in which all participants know one another by name It s really rewarding in both the academic and emotional aspects Hannah says It s been awesome Hannah Benson 15 is a senior studying vocal performance in the Conservatory of Music Learn more about her dreams and aspirations on her author bio page Posted January 23 2015 Tags Conservatory Campus My Wheaton Student Activities The Arts Video Conservatory Interview Posted by Alex Soholt 16 With more than 200 music majors and highly qualified faculty the Wheaton Conservatory of Music has become a notable center in music education I interviewed Hong Kong native and Music Composition major Elliot Leung 17 about why he came to Wheaton and what his experience has been so far in the conservatory Alex Why did you decide on coming to the Wheaton Conservatory Elliot It s always been a dream to compose music for video games and movies I hope I make it there one day I ve been doing a lot of both amateur music and composing work in Hong Kong writing music for my school and a company called Tony Films Co I knew Marty O Donnell

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Student-Life/My-Wheaton/Tags/Conservatory (2016-02-17)
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  • The Liberal Arts | Wheaton
    and Intercultural Studies Posted by Natasha Zeng M A 16 It was October 1 2014 After a seemingly endless copy editing session with the staff of Huntington University s campus newspaper I clicked into my email box to filter through my messages It was there that I found my acceptance letter from the Wheaton College Graduate School Dear Natasha I am pleased to inform you that you are being offered admission to the Masters of Arts program in Intercultural Studies and TESOL I rubbed my eyes I couldn t believe what I saw Wheaton is my dream school Back in 2007 I went to Franklin Graham s four day festival at Hong Kong Stadium in Hong Kong At the time I didn t know who Franklin or Billy Graham were and I wasn t aware of their connections to Wheaton Amazed by how jam packed the auditorium was I saw that 423 335 people from 800 different churches attended the event After my experience at the festival I found out my longtime family friend Jana Hoobler M A 06 who has been teaching ESL English as a Second Language for over twenty years in Zhuhai city and Macau in China was a Wheaton graduate That s how I heard of Wheaton for the very first time Coming from a journalism background at a small private Christian university in Indiana I never once thought about coming to Wheaton until my junior year when one of my professors presented the top three TESOL Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages programs in the nation which included Wheaton Later on I took my TESOL class about listening and speaking with professor Virginia Clough Yang M A 11 who also went through the TESOL program at Wheaton Next thing I knew I made my decision to apply I love Wheaton not only because it offers one of the best TESOL programs in the nation but I also love the fact that we get to celebrate cultural diversity I get to interact with people from all over the world whether they are from Nigeria South Africa Zambia Brazil or Mongolia They have shown me a world of excitement mystery and uniqueness I also appreciate how TESOL applies educational theories into everyday life By listening to Dr Alan Seaman and his experiences in Southeast Asia Dr Cheri Pierson and her Ph D studies in Europe and Dr Pam Barger s upbringing in Chicagoland what I am learning is more than just how to teach I also learn what to teach whether it is using technology or books social media or print media I love Wheaton not only because I can further my education but also because I get to grow in Christ I am starting to see and understand that we are all parts of God s ministry God has planned everything one step ahead for me He knows Wheaton is the right place for me to equip myself physically and spiritually Seeing all the internship opportunities ahead of me with organizations like World Relief ELIC Wycliffe Pui Tak Center and other resources in the greater Chicago area I am excited to explore a career that can blend TESOL and journalism together Natasha Zeng M A 16 is a student from Zhuhai China studying intercultural studies and TESOL at Wheaton College Graduate School Photo captions from top A group from the English Language Institute of China ELIC came to study at Wheaton College Graduate School during summer 2015 Every year Wheaton s TESOL department offers a field trip to Little India Chicago In fall 2015 the group went to South Asian Friendship center and went for Pakistani food Wheaton s TESOL department provides a variety of internship opportunities based in Chicago Posted October 28 2015 Tags Campus Internship My Wheaton Spiritual Life The Liberal Arts Art Business 12x12 Posted by Philip Christiansen 16 Wheaton College s Art Department hosts an annual exhibition 12x12 showcasing student art no larger than twelve inches in any dimension This year I submitted a portrait of Charlotte Hallstrom 16 originally taken for Digital Photography with Professor Greg Halvorsen Schreck during the fall of 2013 In addition to displaying a striking portrait I wanted to depart from the traditional display medium of a print on matte or glossy paper Instead I decided to have the portrait printed on a 12 inch metal sheet which resulted in a number of unique visual nuances When the print is viewed in person lighter areas of the photo Charlotte s hands and face are transparent revealing the underlying grain of the metal while darker areas take on a reflective quality that almost puts you in the photo when seeing it head on While the theme of this year s 12x12 competition is Work Curse or Calling I don t seek to influence the viewer toward a particular vein of thought regarding vocation Charlotte s positive yet not wholly defined expression allows the viewer to project emotion onto the piece and leaves room for speculation about its purpose Though Wheaton s community was the strongest draw for me as a prospective student I have so enjoyed the opportunity to study art alongside my business economics major Wheaton s art professors certainly exhibit some of the stereotypical quirkiness you would expect from a university art professor which creates a flexible and laid back classroom environment This unique environment fosters openness and a level of discussion not typically found in other courses at Wheaton All in all from performing drawing stretches during breaks with Professor Leah Samuelson to critiquing work over homemade scones in graphic design with Professor Jeremy Botts art classes at Wheaton will regularly challenge shock and remind you to take yourself just a little bit less seriously Philip Christiansen 16 is a senior studying business economics with a minor in art Photo Caption Christiansen s 12x12 entry of Charlotte Hallstrom 16 Posted October 21 2015 Tags The Arts Student Activities The Liberal Arts My Wheaton Choosing

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  • The Arts | Wheaton
    pioneer of modern theater advocating for art which encouraged social change and action He does not try to entertain but to provoke thought He weaves humor over his weighty topics yet is not afraid to momentarily show the audience the darkness he dances around The Caucasian Chalk Circle perfectly captures the ambiguity of a war zone the audience is faced with both the menace and grandeur of battle the invasion and desperate plight of the insignificant Even the resolution of the play is overshadowed by unanswered questions does war further justice Does justice further peace As an actor these ambiguities are a space for work The Caucasian Chalk Circle calls for over 70 characters and Arena Theater s current production is populated by only 18 actors We are all playing many roles attacking problems from several points of view Many of these characters are terrible people selfish deceitful filthy It is the actor s job to humanize them and I find myself asking How is this person better than I I am forced to be patient generous and even merciful with these characters as I simultaneously use them to tell a story while also authentically advocating for them in their own risky worlds Perhaps it is this mercy which can further peace in the world as we reach out to the least of these Brecht keeps his story moving through song and Arena s production pairs the confrontational driving energy of hip hop music with the playwright s need to be heard Beats and textures dominate the soundscape as characters and musicians fall in and out of rhythm with Brecht s songs and dialogue Working with composer Elliot Leung 17 and director Michael Stauffer we fit words to music to stage in a daunting feat of multi media manipulation We decided to end the play with a prayer I adapted the tune of this Dona Nobis Pacem from the end of Shostakovich s Symphony No 8 composed shortly after WWII The tempestuous symphony plots the end of a turbulent war and concludes in a major key but deep rumblings of twisted musical phrases continue beneath the tranquility The peace is not so peaceful after all To reference Isaiah though we cry for peace There is none Perhaps as Christians we are the peacemakers of the world Brecht certainly begs us to be Max Pointner 18 is a sophomore art history major and part of Arena Theatre To learn more about Wheaton theatre and the play Caucasian Chalk Circle visit Arena Theatre s website Photo Captions Lauren Gathman 17 and Olivia Wilder 16 Max Pointner 18 and Wilder Gathman Travis Shanahan 16 John Ingraham 18 Photo Credits Paul Vermeesch 18 Posted November 13 2015 Tags Campus My Wheaton Student Activities The Arts Art Business 12x12 Posted by Philip Christiansen 16 Wheaton College s Art Department hosts an annual exhibition 12x12 showcasing student art no larger than twelve inches in any dimension This year I submitted a portrait of Charlotte Hallstrom 16 originally taken for Digital Photography with Professor Greg Halvorsen Schreck during the fall of 2013 In addition to displaying a striking portrait I wanted to depart from the traditional display medium of a print on matte or glossy paper Instead I decided to have the portrait printed on a 12 inch metal sheet which resulted in a number of unique visual nuances When the print is viewed in person lighter areas of the photo Charlotte s hands and face are transparent revealing the underlying grain of the metal while darker areas take on a reflective quality that almost puts you in the photo when seeing it head on While the theme of this year s 12x12 competition is Work Curse or Calling I don t seek to influence the viewer toward a particular vein of thought regarding vocation Charlotte s positive yet not wholly defined expression allows the viewer to project emotion onto the piece and leaves room for speculation about its purpose Though Wheaton s community was the strongest draw for me as a prospective student I have so enjoyed the opportunity to study art alongside my business economics major Wheaton s art professors certainly exhibit some of the stereotypical quirkiness you would expect from a university art professor which creates a flexible and laid back classroom environment This unique environment fosters openness and a level of discussion not typically found in other courses at Wheaton All in all from performing drawing stretches during breaks with Professor Leah Samuelson to critiquing work over homemade scones in graphic design with Professor Jeremy Botts art classes at Wheaton will regularly challenge shock and remind you to take yourself just a little bit less seriously Philip Christiansen 16 is a senior studying business economics with a minor in art Photo Caption Christiansen s 12x12 entry of Charlotte Hallstrom 16 Posted October 21 2015 Tags The Arts Student Activities The Liberal Arts My Wheaton My Internship at the National Civic Art Society Posted by Elise Topazian 17 Before coming to Wheaton I wouldn t have guessed that I would be majoring in art history and philosophy I certainly didn t imagine that I would be working as an intern at the National Civic Art Society an arts organization close to some of the country s most renowned art collections Yet here I am working this summer in the heart of Washington D C Each week last semester I spent hours researching and applying for internships I figured I would be rejected by most but I assumed I would be accepted by at least one I wholly overestimated myself Professors friends and parents alike warned me that an internship would be difficult to land but somehow I never considered the possibility that all of my meticulous research and carefully written applications would result in total rejection I m sure you can see where this is going God clearly had different plans for my summer than I had After a semester spent laboring and worrying

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  • Wheaton College at #Urbana15 | Wheaton
    we each spent a summer sharing the gospel in East Asia and got involved in ministry to the international student population on the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign s campus After graduating we got married and began taking steps to go and gain a vision for cross cultural church planting amongst unreached peoples Our plans led us to Wheaton College Graduate School where we are pursing degrees that we pray will equip us for more effective ministry overseas As we sat in the audience during the main sessions and seminars God brought us clarity in a surprising way Through several speakers God reminded us that the first and most important commandment is to love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength Mark 12 30 In David Platt s main session we were convicted that a heart for missions is not the same as a heart for God We were called to examine our hearts and see if we were manufacturing a passion for missions while missing a heart for Jesus above all else This conference was a milestone for Kelsey and I Not because all our questions were answered But instead because God used Urbana to gently remind us of our primary purpose in life to love and worship God which leads us to tell the beautiful story of Jesus to all nations Tony is pursuing his master s degree in TESOL Intercultural Studies at Wheaton College Graduate School His wife Kelsey is pursuing a master s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy Learn more and apply on the Wheaton College Graduate School s website Photo Captions The Urbana15 stage is ready for an evening session of worship music and speakers Tony and his wife Kelsey take an Abiera selfie at the St Louis capital building the Graduate School team of faculty staff and students at the Urbana15 exhibitor booth Posted January 13 2016 Tags My Wheaton Subscribe to Posts Author Profile Students share an inside look at Wheaton College Contributors Alex Soholt 16 Alley Kammer 16 Alyssa Paulsen 14 Amy Early 16 Andrew Cuthbert PsyD 18 Andrew Sedlacek 15 Ann Szeliga 17 Anna Morris 16 Aseye Agamah 16 Beau Westlund 14 Brielle Lisa 18 Catherine Holt 15 Charlotte Hallstrom 16 Charlston Ong 19 Clementine Kane 18 Corinne Elliot 15 and Sarah Macolino 15 Dana Henderson 17 Daniel Tannous 16 David Batdorf 16 David Robinson 15 Elena Miles 15 Elliot Leung 17 Emma Schaafsma 17 Emmanuel Ndolimana M A 15 Erica Forkner 17 Ethan Jones M A 17 Hunter Hambrick 17 Hannah Benson 15 Jeff Camp 18 Jillian Hedges 17 Jon Thornton 16 Joohee Uhm 15 Jordan Heres 15 Josh Fort 16 Kate Fredrikson 17 Katie Mann 18 Katrina Burlet 15 Kendall Eitreim 15 Kelen Caldwell 17 Kirkland An 17 Lyndsey Pritchard 16 Marianne Millen Psy D 19 Marshall Hollingsworth 16 Matthew Adams 17 Michael Daugherty 15 Morgan Jacob 17 Natasha Zeng M A

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  • Tony Abiera M.A. '16 | Wheaton
    Aseye Agamah 16 Beau Westlund 14 Brielle Lisa 18 Catherine Holt 15 Charlston Ong 19 Chloe Keene 18 Chloe Keene 18 Clementine Kane 18 Corinne Elliot 15 and Sarah Macolino 15 Dana Henderson 17 Daniel Tannous 16 David Batdorf 16 David Robinson 15 Elena Miles 15 Elise Topazian 17 Elliot Leung 17 Emmanuel Ndolimana M A 15 Emma Schaafsma 17 Erica Forkner 17 Ethan Jones M A 17 Guest Author Hannah Benson 15 Hunter Hambrick 17 Jeff Camp 18 Jennifer Fu 15 Jessie Epstein 16 Jillian Hedges 17 Jon Thornton 16 Joohee Uhm 15 Jordan Heres 15 Josh Fort 16 Kate Fredrikson 17 Kathryn Brightly 16 Katrina Burlet 15 Kelen Caldwell 17 Kendall Eitreim 15 Kingsley Kwayisi M A 15 Larryon Truman 16 Lyndsey Pritchard 16 Marianne Millen Psy D 19 Marshall Hollingsworth 16 Matthew Adams 17 Max Pointner 18 Michael Daugherty 15 Morgan 17 Morgan Jacob 17 Natasha Zeng M A 16 Philip Christiansen 16 Sarah Britton Miller 17 Stephen Westich 15 Tim 14 Tony Abiera M A 16 Travis Mercante 17 Tyler Hansen 16 Whitney Bauck 15 Young Ho Moon 15 Zack Johnston 17 Hometown Glenview IL Favorite Wheaton class professor and why Dr Pierson Dr Pierson creates a safe and engaging learning community in her classroom She deeply cares for her students and always shares a wealthy of wisdom from her years of experience in the field of TESOL and also as a missionary in Eastern Europe She also somehow made a class on theories and methodologies interesting for me that s saying something Internships papers research competitions entered during Graduate School Billy Graham Scholar pre field missionary Dream job Anything involving traveling and meeting people from different cultures around the world I would also love to use my passion for discipleship leadership development to further Christ

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