Boesel Musical Arts Center
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Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music Mission Statement
The Conservatory of Music at Baldwin Wallace is an artistic community within a liberal arts university, in which the lives of students of all ages are transformed in pursuit of personal and professional excellence through the humanizing discipline of music study, creation, performance and pedagogy.
in a conservatory founded in 1899 by Dr. Albert Riemenschneider and tradition in the oldest collegiate Bach Festival in the nation, supported by the Riemenschneider Bach Institute.
in 24 full-time and 36 adjunct faculty who serve as teachers, mentors, and
performing professionals in the Cleveland area. Excellence in applied study, theory, and musicianship, offering six Bachelor of Music degree programs, a Bachelor of Music Education degree to prepare graduates in the 21st century, and a Bachelor of Arts Major or Minor in Music.
of faculty, staff, and 260 students who are the vitality of this unique and supportive program. So again, welcome, and please continue to explore . . .