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No public in-person events are scheduled at this time. Tickets are for virtual events, unless otherwise noted.

BW Womxn Empowered Virtual Film Festival
Saturday, March 6, at 7:30 pm

Raise the Vibration is an event in part with V-Day, a global activist movement that uses action, art, connection, imagination, and love to make a change. Through this movement, we strive to end violence against all womxn (cisgender, transgender, and those who hold fluid identities with lived experience of misogyny). This year, the members of Womxn Empowered have produced a short film festival to showcase stories written, directed, put together, and performed by students, alumni, and members of our Baldwin Wallace community. These stories showcase the different experiences we have faced because of our identities. We hope that we can bring awareness to others, empower, and celebrate each other as individuals and as a community. All proceeds from this event will go to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute.

A link to the event will be sent in advance of the performance.

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Directed by Sara Whale
Choreographed by Max Laskar, Genesis Rosado, Sara Whale
Wednesday-Saturday, March 24-27, at 7:30pm, and Sunday, March 28, at 2:00pm
This is a virtual performance.

Inspired by geologist, Dr. Carrie Davis Todd’s research on the 1889 Johnstown, PA flood, the production uses movement to explore the neglect of the South Fork dam belonging to wealthy members of an elite country club, and the consequent devastation and impact that followed its failure.

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Saturday, April 17, at 4:00 pm

Join us via Zoom for an opportunity to reconnect with Bach Festival alumni, hear updates from Dr. Dirk Garner and Dean Susan Van Vorst, and to share memories of our beloved 89 year tradition.

For more information about this and other 2021 Virtual Bach Festival activities, please visit

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A Virtual Retirement Celebration
Sunday, April 18, 2:00 pm

Prof. Regina Mushabac will retire at the end of this semester after 46 years of dedicated service to Baldwin Wallace University (1975-2021).  A devoted teacher and accomplished musician, Prof. Mushabac will leave an indelible mark on this community and the cello community at large.

While we can’t be together in person, will celebrate Regina virtually. Join her and her family for this Zoom celebration.  If you have photos or tributes that you would like to share, please contact Erika Haskell at 

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The Conservatory Campaign for Extraordinary Students
Your one seat for one future sponsorship will launch a deserving student into a career path that will impact and inspire others.  We provide the expert training and extraordinary mentorship; you provide scholarship support that opens doors of opportunity for the next generation of citizen artists.

Add your name to a seat in the newly renovated Jacquelyn Jean Fynes Chamber Hall and you'll be ensuring the future of a deserving student through the Conservatory Memorial Scholarship, an endowed fund providing essential tuition support for multiple music students each year. 

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For information about ticketed events, please contact Erika Haskell at or 440-826-8070.

Patrons requesting accessbile seating accomodations are advised to call the Box Office at  440-826-2240, Monday-Friday, 12-5 pm.

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