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The Benjamin B. Dunlap Chamber Music Series 2018-2019 Season

"Music is indeed among the forms of magic ... the soul itself takes flight, and body, mind and spirit are nurtured ..."
-Dr. Benjamin B. Dunlap

Free Admission

Founded in 2005, the Department of Music offers an annual Chamber Music Series bringing to campus international guest artists for a stimulating festival of chamber music which is offered free to the public to promote the arts at Wofford, as well as the Upstate community.

Over the years the chamber music series has featured pianists Kyoko Hashimoto; William Ransom and Sandra Rivers; violinists William Preucil, Concertmaster of Cleveland Orchestra; David Kim, Concertmaster of Philadelphia Orchestra; as well as Sara Sant'Ambrogio, cellist of Eroica Trio, The Vega Quartet, and others.

All performances begin at 7 p.m. in Leonard Auditorium, Main Building.

Monday, October 8, 2018, 7 p.m.

"The Best of Beethoven"
William Ransom, piano, professor at Emory University, artistic director of Highlands-Cashiers Music Festival and Sitka Summer Music Festival, with Vega Quartet members

KKR Trio Vega

Monday, November 5, 2018, 7 p.m.

Ayako Yonetani, violin, professor at University of Florida in Orlando and Kyoko Hashimoto, piano, professor at McGill University in Montreal, Canada performing music of French composers  

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 7 p.m.

David Kim, violin, concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Wendy Warner, cello, professor at Schwob School of Music in Columbus, Ga.; Sandra Rivers, piano, professor at University of Cincinnati 

Additional Information

For directions and a campus map, visit

Our street address is:
Wofford College
429 North Church Street
Spartanburg, S.C. 20303

Handicapped parking is available directly behind the building, Evins Street entrance. Other parking is provided near the Campus Life Building and the Olin Building, also accessible from Evins Street.

Enter the back of Main Building from either the portico or history suite on the right. Follow the signs.

To support the Dunlap Chamber Music Series, please contact Dr. Eun-Sun Lee at or visit