Wick Choral Festival

Enjoy two nights of a cappella singing at St. Mark's School

Above: Student performers at the 2020 Wick Choral Festival exercised their pipes a cappella style (photos cropped from St. Mark’s School’s smugmug site)

The public is invited to St. Mark’s celebration of pitch perfect music. The school’s annual a cappella festival features students from five high schools and two colleges.

The festival, established in 1992 through the generosity of the Wick family and friends, is offered annually in memory of Myron A. Wick, St. Mark’s class of 1933, in honor of his lifelong enjoyment of singing.

This winter, it’s back to its traditional format as a two night event.*

The festival features singers from St. Mark’s a cappella groups and from other local schools. Each evening is capped off by performances from a university group. This year’s lineup is:

  • Friday, January 27
    • St. Mark’s School 
    • Middlesex School
    • Algonquin Regional
    • Bowdoin College
  • Saturday, January 28
    • St. Mark’s School 
    • Roxbury Latin School
    • The Wheeler School
    • Trinity College

The concerts begin at 7:30 pm in the Putnam Family Arts Center, 25 Marlboro Road. (Click here for the campus map.) Admission is free and open to the public.

*After a break in 2021, the 2022 event was just one night in the spring.

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