The Arts at Wyoming Seminary
The fine and performing arts are an integral part of a Wyoming Seminary Upper and Lower school education. All upper school students are required to take a music and an art history course, and they can choose from a range of visual art and music electives.
Actors, artists, dancers and musicians develop their talents in a variety of performances and exhibitions. The Wyoming Seminary Players present a musical and two drama productions annually, while the Dance Company presents one major production annually.
Student musicians may perform in a wide variety of vocal and instrumental groups such as the two orchestras, instrumental ensembles, chorale and the select Madrigal Singers. Each year, Sem's talented students earn regional honors in vocal and instrumental competitions. Even in the summer students will discover a thriving musical community at PAI (our summer Performing Arts Institute).
Students interested in fine art may take classes such as drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and ceramics.
While studying music and art history, Sem students visit some of the finest museums in New York City and attend performances in world-renowned halls such as the Lincoln Center. Those who want to expand their knowledge of visual art or music may choose from among several advanced art and music courses, such as AP Art and Music History, a unique class that explores the creative spirit of both music and art.
Wyoming Seminary is known throughout the country and abroad for the quality of its arts programs, its high performance standards, and the exceptional talents and experience of its faculty and students.
Performing and Fine Arts
24-voice Madrigal Singers
Three annual dramatic productions
Art Studio and Gallery
Annual dance production
Summer Performing Arts Institute (PAI)