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Frank Bianchi, Director
Saturday, December 5, at 4:00 pm

“And The World Will Be At Peace,” A Virtual Holiday Review reimagines the annual BW Men’s Chorus Holiday Concert, offering a transformative new experience that is accessible from anywhere in the world.

This event is an offering of the BW Men’s Chorus “Still Connected” Series, and will premiere live on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 4:00 PM. Instead of charging a traditional ticket price, the BW Men’s Chorus asks that attendees make an optional donation to its “Still Connected” Giving Campaign to support continued innovation, programming, and performance for all. Registrants will receive a link to the virtual performance the week of the event.

Promising the same festive spirit that has solidified the annual BW Men’s Chorus Holiday Concert as a Cleveland tradition, this event takes on an innovative form; engaging some of the group’s “greatest hits,” behind-the-scenes interviews with director Frank Bianchi, poetry, art, narration, special guest appearances, and a brand new virtual performance featuring the voices of chorus members, past and present, spanning the group’s fourteen-year history— to create a multi-media celebration of community, story, and song.

“And The World Will Be At Peace,” A Virtual Holiday Review reflects on holidays past, embraces the present, and discovers a future of peace and promise. Centered on the theme of peace, this event asks audiences to consider the power of music and friendship in creating a more understanding and unified world— a world that emboldens peace…in all that we are and all that we can be.

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Featuring Motet, University and Treble Choirs, BW Singers, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and Music Theatre.
Sunday, December 6, 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Each December the northeast Ohio community anticipates the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory Holiday Concert as a herald to the season of gratitude. This year the Conservatory will offer a virtual concert experience. Faculty and students must navigate the landscape of music making much differently during the pandemic. They have embraced the technological intricacies of presenting a concert for the community in this challenging season. The result is our gift to you. This musical offering is full of heart and inspired by love, hope, and wishes for abundance and health as we travel together into a new year of uncertainty and promise.

The BW Conservatory Holiday Concert is the primary fund raising initiative for the Friends of the Conservatory, an auxiliary group of parents, alumni and community members whose purpose is to support the Conservatory and its students by providing scholarships and specific needs such as instruments, equipment and classroom enhancements.

Although our virtual Holiday Concert is our gift to the community this year—free of charge—we invite you to consider a donation to support the essential and meaningful work of the Friends of the Conservatory. Your contribution of any amount will directly benefit deserving students at the BW Conservatory. These talented students are our next generation of citizen artists—gifted musicians, teachers, music therapists, scholars and arts managers who will lead our children, our communities and our musical organizations in the complex and dynamic creative industry of the future. They deserve our generous support.

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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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