Conservatory of Music Open House Celebrates Dynamic Complex
Whether it's for aesthetics or acoustics, Baldwin Wallace University's newly renovated Conservatory of Music is garnering attention.
The visually impressive complex, which has more than doubled the space of the Conservatory of Music, will be open to the public for two free events Friday-Saturday, Oct. 14-15, as part of Homecoming 2011.
The four-building complex melds historic beauty and physical expanse with stellar learning opportunities.
The Stephen and Jacquelyn Boesel Musical Arts Center is located in the heart of the complex. It is named in honor of BW trustee Stephen Boesel '68, and his wife, Jacquelyn.
Friday, Oct. 14, 8 p.m.
Kulas Musical Arts Building, Gamble Auditorium
96 Front St.
Featuring Gamble Auditorium's two new Steinway D Grand pianos, Motet and College Choirs and Symphony Orchestra. Faculty performers include Mary Dobrea-Grindahl, Robert Mayerovitch, Christine Fuoco, Anthony Fuoco, Jonathan Moyer, Sungeun Kim, Zarina Melik-Stepanova and Josh Ryan. Dirk Garner and Dwight Oltman will conduct.
NOTE: Originally scheduled to perform, Jane Eaglen and Tim Mussard will not be performing at tonight's concert due to illness.
- Poulenc's Concerto for Two Pianos
- Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle (excerpts)
- Orff's Carmina Burana (excerpts)
Saturday, Oct. 15, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Boesel Musical Arts Center Open House
49 Seminary St.
Enjoy facility tours, refreshments and family-friendly activities including an instrument petting zoo. Other activities include:
- Open rehearsals by Senior Youth Orchestra, String Chamber ensembles and more.
- Performances by Honors Chorales, New Horizons ensembles, Triple Threat Music Theatre, Fiddling class, and others.
For more information about these free events, call 440-826-2369 or e-mail email@example.com.