Inside the Armerding Center for Music and the Arts’ front doors, a beehive of activity awaits.
“Lifting our voices in the new Armerding Recital Hall has been a highlight for the Gospel Choir this year! Preparing for concerts, developing vocal skills, and learning more about gospel music among state-of-the-art equipment has, in two words, been ‘very smooth.’”
— Tanya Egler, director of the Wheaton College Gospel Choir
“I live in two worlds of music pedagogy—applied and academic—which requires various types of learning spaces and technologies. The new Armerding Center provides me with these resources (and more), elevating my teaching, creating, and music making. I am truly grateful to God.”
— Shawn E. Okpebholo, D.M.A., associate professor of music (composition, music theory)