Enid and Henry Woodward, two extraordinary musician-teachers, taught at Carleton College from 1942 to 1973. At their retirement, their many friends established an endowment fund in their honor to help support a concert each year by an outstanding musician or ensemble. The notable artists who have appeared on this series are listed below.

2016–17: Lawrence Archbold, Enid and Henry Woodward College Organist
2015–16: Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
2014–15: Rolf Haas, violin, and Miki Aoki, piano
2011–12: Nina Olsen, clarinet, with Mary Laymon, soprano, and Mary Jo Gothmann, piano
2010–11: Trio Montecino
2009–10: Nicola Melville and Guest Artists
2008–09: Antero Winds
2007–08: Renegade Ensemble
2006–07: Peter Jankovic, guitar
2005–06: In Celebration of Phillip Rhodes – Carleton Orchestra, Carleton Choir
2004–05: Rhythm Fantasies (South Indian Music)
2003–04: VocalEssence
2002–03: North Star Cinema Orchestra and Quadrille Band
2001–02: Lawrence Archbold, Enid and Henry Woodward College Organist
2000–01: The Veblen Trio
1999–00: Edith Davis, soprano, Dallas Tidwell, clarinetist, and Anne Mayer, pianist
1998–99: Marion Verbruggen, recorder
1997–98: The Dale Warland Singers
1996–97: Calliope: A Renaissance Band
1995–96: The Chamber Music Society of Minnesota
1994–95: The Chicago Brass Quintet
1993–94: Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys
1992–93: Richard Fuller, fortepianist
1991–92: The Mozartean Players
1990–91: William Sharp, baritone, and Steven Blier, pianist
1989–90: The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio
1988–89: The Waverly Consort
1987–88: Orford String Quartet
1986–87: Zeitgeist
1985–86: LaSalle String Quartet
1984–85: Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichordist
1983–84: Lucy Shelton, soprano
1982–83: The Musicians of Swanne Alley
1981–82: Sequoia String Quartet
1980–81: Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano, and Gilbert Kalish, pianist
1979–80: Da Capo Chamber Players
1978–79: Concertus Musicus
1977–78: Ivan Moravec, pianist
1976–77: Tashi Chamber Ensemble
1975–76: Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichordist
1974–75: David Bar-Illan, pianist
1973–74: Marie-Claire Alain, organist