The Fine Arts Department of the Westfield Public Schools invites the public to attend any of the 33 musical events scheduled for this spring. Approximately 2,500 students in grades kindergarten through high school will be performing district-wide. All concerts are free and begin at 7:00 PM unless otherwise noted. School addresses are posted on the district website at The dates and locations for the spring concerts are listed below. 


4/6/16               Westfield High School/ Edison and Roosevelt Intermediate Schools Choral Night
                           @ Westfield High School Auditorium – 7:00 pm

4/7/16               Washington Elementary School 4th & 5th grade Band

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4/25/16             Franklin Elementary School Advanced Band

4/27/16             Westfield High School Chamber Music Night @ First United Methodist Church – 7:30 pm

4/27/16             Tamaques Elementary School 4th grade Band – 6:45 pm

4/27/16             Tamaques Elementary School 5th grade Band & Chorus – 7:30 pm

5/3/16              Wilson Elementary School Band

5/5/16               Franklin Elementary School - Intermediate Band

5/11/16             Franklin Elementary School Chorus

5/11/16             Jefferson Elementary School Band & Chorus

5/14/16         *    Westfield High School / Edison & Roosevelt Intermediate Schools Jazz Night @ WHS Courtyard – 
                          5:30 pm (Saturday)

5/16/16             McKinley Elementary School Advanced Band & Chorus

5/18/16             McKinley Elementary School Intermediate Band

5/19/16             Washington Elementary School Chorus

5/19/16             Wilson Elementary School Chorus

5/21/15           * Westfield High School May-Hem

5/23/16             All Elementary Intermediate Strings @ EIS

5/24/16             All Elementary Beginner Strings @ EIS      

5/25/16             Westfield High School Chorus – 7:30 pm

6/1/16               All City Festival @ WHS Auditorium – 7:30 pm

6/3/16               Westfield High School Orchestra – 7:30 pm

6/7/16               Westfield High School Jazz / Percussion @ WHS Auditorium – 7:30 pm

6/8/16               Edison Intermediate School Concert – 7th Gr. Chorus & 6th & 8th Gr. Orchestra - 7:30 pm

6/8/16               Roosevelt Intermediate School Concert – 6th, 7th & 8th Gr. Concert Bands

6/9/16               Edison Intermediate School Concert – 6th & 7th Gr. Bands - 7:30 pm

6/9/16               Roosevelt Intermediate School Concert – All Jazz Ensembles

6/13/16             Westfield High School Band – 7:30 pm

6/14/16             Edison Intermediate School Concert – 6th Gr. Chorus, 7th Gr. Orchestra & Chamber - 7:30 pm

6/14/16             Roosevelt Intermediate School Concert – 6th & 8th Gr. Chorus

6/14/16             Roosevelt Intermediate School Concert – 6th & 8th Gr. Orchestra – 8:00 pm

6/15/16             Edison Intermediate School Concert – 8th Gr. Band & Chorus, Broadway Singers & Jazz Band -
                           7:30 pm

6/15/16             Roosevelt Intermediate School Concert – 7th Gr. Chorus, Sharps and Flats

6/15/16             Roosevelt Intermediate School Concert – 7th Gr. Orchestra & Early Morning Orchestra – 8:00 pm

*admission fee required for this performance with the exception of Golden Pass card holders

According to Linda King, Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts, “Studies have shown that young people who participate in the arts for at least three hours, three days a week for a year are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, three times more likely to be elected to class office within their schools, and four times more likely to participate in a math and science fair.”

“In Westfield we give children every opportunity to succeed in the Arts and I thank the community for its continued support. We make sure they are getting their fair share of arts education, which can also lead to children becoming more well-rounded individuals.  We invite you to enjoy a concert and take pride in the accomplishments of Westfield’s children under the guidance of our wonderful teachers/directors,” added Dr. King.