Performing Arts


List of 10 items.

  • Freshman Choir

    The Freshman Choir exists to give new students the opportunity to learn the art of singing together with other singers, to learn good singing technique, some basic choral-related music theory, and to experience the beauty of making music.
    The Freshman Choir performs in public, doing a variety of music and the music of Christmas. The focus is on the art and technique of choral singing using traditional choral music literature, including different musical styles ranging from popular to classical to jazz, folk and beyond.
  • Harmony Gold Show Choir

    The harmony Gold Show Choir features the best singers and dancers in the school. This Varsity level, auditioned group performs themed shows at competitions in the Midwest, schools, and takes performance trips to exciting places like Disneyworld, New York City, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.

    Moderator: Dave Banks -
  • Brass Choir

    Early instrumental music was reserved for religious purposes and played by brass instruments. If you would like to examine this literature and broaden your scope of musical knowledge, ability, and application then this is the group for you. Meeting dates and time to be announced.

    Moderator: TBA
  • CenterStage Theatre

    THANK YOU to everyone who came out to see "Moon Over Buffalo" and "Speed Date."
    Stay tuned for our light-hearted Spring Musical, "Legally Blonde." Information coming SOON!
  • Chamber Choir

    The Chamber Choir provides vocal music for all Masses and other spiritual services and events throughout the school year. In addition, to liturgical music, the Chamber Choir is a competitive choral group, performing at OMEA Solo & Ensemble contests and National Festival competitions.
    While the main focus is on the classic, competitive choral music literature, the Chamber Choir also performs concerts featuring secular music and the music of Christmas. Experience is assumed, so membership in Chamber Choir does require an audition
    Moderator: Rich Weber -
  • Madrigal Choir

    A subset of the Chamber Choir, this audition-only small group specializes in acapella singing, with a repertoire of traditional madrigals, sacred music of the Renaissance, Christmas carols, as well as folk, pop and jazz tunes. They perform in the same venues as the Chamber Choir, including OMEA Solo & Ensemble and National Festival settings. They often are asked to perform for special events where a small strolling group is needed and specific material is requested.      
  • Concert Band

    The Walsh Jesuit Concert Band meets as a class each day. Admission to Concert Band is achieved by participation in an elementary school or middle school band program and by signing up for the Concert Band Class. Students participating in the class earn one full academic credit each year.  The Concert Band typically performs three times each year.
  • Drama Club

    The Centerstage Theater puts on a major dramatic play and a musical each year. Although the cast is chosen through audition, the club is open to all students. Past shows include Peter Pan, Footloose, Guys and Dolls, Grease, Fame, Oklahoma, Little Shop of Horrors, Anything Goes, Dead Man Walking, The Miracle Worker, Flowers For Algernon, Pygmalion, The Sound of Music, Bye Bye Birdie, A Christmas Carol, and The Wizard of Oz.

    Moderator: Dave Banks -
  • Stage Band

    Description Needed
  • Warrior Corps Marching Band/Colorguard

    These groups provide the musical performances and musical support for various athletic events and school activities, and represent the school in community events throughout the year. Any current band member is eligible or you may audition in May.

    Moderator: Dave Banks –

Upcoming Events

Meet Our Faculty

List of 3 members.

  • David Banks 

    Fine Arts Teacher, Director of Drama Club, Director Concert Band, Director of Stage Band, Director o
  • Richard Weber 

    Theology Teacher, Fine Arts Teacher, Chamber Ensemble Moderator, Piano Club Moderator
  • Vince Williams 

    • Walsh Jesuit Great Lakes Invitational

First Annual Walsh Jesuit Great Lakes Show Choir Invitational

The Harmony Gold Show Choir, Performing and Fine Arts Boosters, and the administration of Walsh Jesuit High School proudly announce the First Annual Walsh Jesuit Great Lakes Show Choir Invitational, to be held February 4, 2017 at Walsh Jesuit High School.

Our renovated and intimate theatre boasts of a marvelous sound and light system, and our school provides a perfect setting for small and mid-sized show choirs to perform and enjoy the day’s festivities.

We will be providing top quality, expert judges and will award captions for Best Show, Best Choral Sound, Best Choreography, Best Combo and Best Crew. The top five choirs from the preliminary round will advance to the evening Finals.

The Walsh Jesuit Great Lakes Invitational will be very spectator friendly! There will be a tremendous food selection, with different offerings for different points in the day, all provided by “A Taste of Excellence,” one of the top food service operators in the state. There is plenty of parking and the check in process is streamlined and easy.

The Invitational will be filmed by Graham River Productions and DVDs will be available for purchase during the day’s events!

David Banks
Chairman, Fine Arts Department
Director, Harmony Gold Show Choir