The Treble Clef Choir in 1918. Known today as the Women's Chorus, the group was BGSU's first music ensemble.
BRAVO EVENTS CELEBRATE ARTS, COLLEGE OF MUSICAL ARTS CENTENNIAL
BGSU will host a benefit celebration of all the arts and a special commemoration of 100 years of music at the College of Musical Arts (CMA) on March 28
during "Bravo! BGSU" and "Bravo CMA!"
will raise funds for students in all areas of the arts in an evening of musical and dance performances, poetry readings, art exhibits and artist
demonstrations featuring BGSU students, faculty and alumni as well as students from the Toledo School for the Arts, plus a dance onstage in the Thomas B.
and Kathleen M. Donnell Theatre.
Tickets for "Bravo! BGSU" are $100, or $1,000 for Grand Patrons. PNC is the presenting sponsor for the event.
"This is a great way to showcase the artistic talents of our students and faculty and all that BGSU has to offer in the arts," said President Mary Ellen
Mazey. "It will be a wonderful evening for a great cause."
The College of Musical Arts opens its doors to the community beginning at 3 p.m. in the Moore Musical Arts Center, where visitors can attend a reception,
learn about the history of the college in a special presentation, and enjoy a concert. The night will conclude with a party and dancing at the Clazel
Theatre, 129 N. Main St. in downtown Bowling Green.
Dean Jeffrey Showell said, "The CMA's 100-years-of-music celebration will provide a unique
opportunity for CMA alumni, former professors and former administrators to relive the past, to find out more about the present of this terrific
institution, to reunite with their contemporaries, and to meet current faculty, students and administrators."