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BW Men's Chorus Spring Concert!

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The Baldwin Wallace University Men’s Chorus presents our annual Spring Concert!

WHEN: Sunday, April 29 at 5PM
WHERE: Kulas Musical Arts Building; Gamble Auditorium (96 Front Street, Berea, OH).
TICKETS: Available NOW at www.bw.edu/tickets

*Please join us for a mental health information and advocacy expo before the concert. Seven community organizations will join us to share their stories. This will begin at 4:30 PM in Gamble Lobby before the concert.

The Spring Concert, which will conclude our eleventh season, will celebrate the cultures and stories of the people who shape our community and our world. With this focus in mind, the concert will address themes of mental wellness and the mental health struggles that impact each of our lives in some way. As part of the chorus’ ongoing dedication to cultivating relationships within the Greater Cleveland Community, we have invited several community mental health and wellness organizations to attend this concert as part of an information and advocacy fair that will occur before, throughout, and after the concert.

On Sunday, April 29, concertgoers can expect a program of relevant, powerful, and deeply moving music performed by the 100+ voices of the BW Men’s Chorus. Directed by Frank Bianchi, accompanied by Michelle Massouh Makhlouf, and also featuring the a cappella voices of Mr. Sun’s Echo, the Spring Concert will include varied instrumentation, inspiring soloists, and a closer look into the dynamic stories of the group’s mission and membership.

Tickets are available NOW at www.bw.edu/tickets. Like “BW Men’s Chorus” on Facebook, and please contact menschrs@bw.edu for more information.

Organizations in attendance will include:

ADAMHS (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County), an organization dedicated to “enhancing the quality of life of individuals in our community through prevention, treatment, and recovery services coordinated through a person-centered network of community supports.”

The Alive Inside Foundation, an organization that uses music, empathy, life story, and film to connect the generations and combat dementia and the effects of loneliness in senior citizens.

The Baldwin Wallace Counseling Center, serving the mental and emotional wellness needs of the BW Community.

Cuyahoga County Division of Children and Family Services, a county government agency that offers services and relief to abused and neglected children and their families.

The MetroHealth System Department of Psychiatry, providing comprehensive mental health care and treatment options to individuals from all over Greater Cleveland.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Cleveland), an organization “dedicated to empowering persons affected by mental illness and their family members by providing them with support, education, referral and advocacy.”

To Write Love On Her Arms, a “non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide.”