Chamber Music Series

The Benjamin B. Dunlap Chamber Music Series was founded in 2005 to bring international guest artists to campus. The series is offered free to the public.

The Tallis Scholars

Monday, Dec. 11, 2023, 7 p.m.
Leonard Auditorium, Main Building

The Tallis Scholars, founded in 1973 by Peter Phillips, have established themselves as the leading exponents of Renaissance sacred music throughout the world. With over 2,500 performances and dozens of award-winning recordings, the ensemble has built a reputation for "perfectly blended, tonally focused and wonderfully tuned singing" (Cleveland Classical). Celebrating their 50th birthday this season, the Tallis Scholars will present a holiday program featuring music by the masters of the late Renaissance. The program provides a fresh look at the Christmas story, viewing it from the point of view of the shepherds who came to worship at the manger. Learn more

Admission is free. Reservations are required for this performance.


Ronn McFarlane and Carolyn Surrick

Thursday, March 21, 2024, 7 p.m.
Leonard Auditorium, Main Building

Ronn McFarlane on lute and Carolyn Surrick on viola da gamba have been champions of their respective instruments for decades, immersing themselves in music from the Renaissance and Baroque, music from Ireland and Scotland and also composing new works. Individually, they have been awarded, acclaimed and celebrated, and now they have become musical partners in an extraordinary journey. Their musicianship is impeccable, the ease with which they play together is stunning and their music making is a joy to behold. Learn more


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Wofford College 
429 North Church Street 
Spartanburg, S.C. 20303

Parking accessibility:

Accessible parking is available directly behind the building, Evins Street entrance. Other parking is provided near the Mungo Student Center and the Olin Building, also reachable from Evins Street.


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