• March 13, 2017

    Fine Arts Member of the Week - Sarah Lim


    Sarah Lim, 7th grade, is this week’s Fine Arts Member of the Week. Sarah uses her vocal gifts throughout Wesleyan in Middle School Chorus, Chapel Band, and in the Wolf Jr. Players’ upcoming production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Sarah is a leader in her section and a very versatile singer - tackling harmony parts with the greatest of ease. Sarah was also chosen to sing in the Georgia All-State Middle School Treble Chorus, an honor held by the top 10% of singers in the state of Georgia. She travelled to Athens, Georgia in February to participate in the event. Congratulations on all of your musical accomplishments, Sarah!

  • March 6, 2017

    Fine Arts Member of the Week - Felicia Wang


    Felicia Wang, 8th grade, is the fine arts member of the week. Felicia plays the flute in the Advanced Band. For the past 3 years, she has auditioned and placed in both District and All-State Band. Making All-State Band is the highest honor a band student can achieve. Not only is Felicia one of the top flute players in the state, but she is a leader in the band program, seeking to guide and inspire the younger generation of flutists. Felicia is also a member of the award winning Wesleyan Winterguard. Congratulations, Felicia!

  • February 27, 2017

    Fine Arts Students of the Week


    Chances are, if you attended the 2016 Wesleyan Artist Market, you encountered one or all of this week's Fine Arts Students of the Week! Sixth grade students - Kendall Bowen, Savannah Johnson, and Sophia Shaffer - were busy chatting with potential customers about pets they might have at home. These young entrepreneurs want to introduce you to their business, "'My Best Buddy Bandanas." This April, they return to the Artist Market with the title of "Top Student Seller!” These girls have created and sewn dog bandanas out of various fabrics, including recycled Wesleyan skorts and pants! These can be embroidered with your pets's name and come in three sizes. Last year, they offered college team prints, and this year, they plan on offering holiday prints so your pets can get into the holiday spirit! Not only are they talented artists, but great sales people as well. Stop by and see them at the 19th annual Artist Market, April 27-29th. Even if you don't have a pet, you very well could walk away with a bandanna!

  • February 27, 2017

    All State Chorus


    Congratulations to All State Chorus singers: Lindsay Godard (7th grade), Ally Jones (8th grade), Sarah Lim (7th grade), Zach Russell (7th grade) and Dylan Sullenberger (10th grade) for being chosen to sing in the All State Chorus in Athens on February 23-25th. After two grueling rounds of auditions, these five students distinguished themselves among the top 10% of singers in the state. They sang a stellar concert under nationally renowned conductors Christy Elsner, Victor C. Johnson, and Dr. Jeffrey Benson. Congratulations to these students on achieving the highest choral honor in the state!

  • February 27, 2017

    Statewide Honor Chorus


    Congratulations to all of our Statewide Honor Chorus singers: Ellie Emmelhainz (5th grade), Hannah Ferdon (5th grade), Ginny-Kate McDaniel (5th grade), Lucy Zachok (5th grade), Kailey Zavitz (5th grade), Brynn Bazemore (6th grade), Amanda Mola (6th grade), Elsa Moore (6th grade), and Ireland Riley (6th grade) for their performance in Athens February 17th and 18th under master conductors Emily Ellsworth, Jeff Kriske, and Dr. Michelle Herring. Each group sang six selections in a choir of over two-hundred singers from around the state. Bravo!

  • February 27, 2017

    Guest Conductor - HS Band


    Dr. Chester Phillips, Associate Director of Bands at Georgia State University, visited the high school symphonic band early last week to prepare students for an upcoming performance evaluation. He delivered some tremendous musical insight to help them achieve the highest level possible. He also instilled a mindset of how to go from good to great. “Right now you are good. You need to be willing to slow the pace of rehearsal allowing Mr. Foster to be more detailed and work on smaller, specific sections of the music. If you buy into that process, you will become great!” The symphonic band performs at the GMEA “Large Group Performance Evaluation” at Discovery High School in Lawrenceville on Wednesday, March 15th. All are welcome to attend. The event will be held in the theater at DHS.

  • February 20, 2017

    District Honor Band


    Four Wesleyan students recently participated in the District 13 Honor Band on behalf of the Georgia Music Educators Association. The students worked with some very prestigious conductors. Hunter Darsey, 10th grade, plays the trombone; he had the privilege to work with Dr. Jackie Hartenberger, the Associate Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Georgia. Juniors, Abby Yang (flute), Sumeet Singh (bass clarinet), and Michelle Tan (clarinet), had the opportunity to learn from Colonel Lowell Graham. Graham is the Director of Orchestral Activities and Professor of Conducting at the University of Texas at El Paso. We are very proud of our students for representing Wesleyan and performing in the District 13 Honor Band.

  • February 20, 2017

    Fine Arts Member of the Week - Hunter Darsey


    This week's Fine Arts Member of the Week is Hunter Darsey. Hunter, 10th grade, is a trombonist in the Symphonic Band. He has also been in the Marching Band at Wesleyan for 4 years. Most recently, Hunter auditioned for District Honor Band, earning a 2nd chair spot in the ensemble! He is currently playing marimba in Wesleyan’s competitive Winter Drum Line. He is providing great leadership in that ensemble and performing at a high level. Hunter is a tremendous asset to Wesleyan’s band program!

  • February 13, 2017

    19th Annual Wesleyan Artist Market


    Calling all Fine Arts friends and family,
    The 19th Annual Wesleyan Artist Market is fast approaching, and we need your help! Please consider a family or business sponsorship, starting at $100, to help enhance the Wesleyan experience for our students. In exchange, you will have the opportunity to attend our VIP event and start shopping before the market opens to the public! Click the "Read More" link for additional information.

  • February 6, 2017

    Kiss Me Kate


    Wesleyan's production of Kiss Me Kate opens this Thursday, February 9, with the first performance beginning at 7:00pm. In Kiss Me Kate, divorced Broadway stars, Fred Graham and Lilli Vanessi, agree to perform in a musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew" alongside rising young actors, Lois Lane and Bill Calhoun. Backstage complications pile up due to a romantic misunderstanding between Fred and the soon-to-be-remarried Lilli, while Bill's gambling debts cause a pair of lunkheaded mobsters to become part of the show. Don't miss your chance to see this exciting, dramatic, and hilarious show. Click here to reserve your tickets today!

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