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The Babcock Season at Sweet Briar is back!

We will have THREE events this season; all are held in the SPRING semester.  

All events are open to the public; most are ticketed unless otherwise noted.


Frequent Flyers

February 2, 2016 | 7:30 p.m.
Murchison Lane Auditorium, Babcock Fine Arts Center

The Babcock Season brings the nations top touring aerial dance company to Sweet Briar's Murchison Lane Auditorium. 

Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for students and free for the SBC community and for children younger than 12. Seating is general.

To reserve tickets, please contact the box office at (434) 381-6120, by email at boxoffice@sbc.edu, or online at Reservations

 




 

 

Zeitgeist

Sunday, February 26 2017 | 1:00 p.m.
Memorial Chapel, Sweet Briar College

Lauded for providing "a once-in-a-lifetime experiece for adventurous concertgoers," Zeitgeist is a new music chamber ensemble comprised of two percussion, piano, and woodwinds.  One of the longest established new music groups in the country, Zeitgeist commissions and presents a wide variety of new music for audiences in the Twin Cities and on tour.  Always eager to explore new artistic frontiers, Zeitgeist collaborates with poets, choreographers, directors, visual artists and sound artist of all types to create imaginative new work that challenges the boundaries of traditional chamber music.  

No tickets are needed for this event.

For questions about this performance please contact the box office at (434) 381-6120 or by email at boxoffice@sbc.edu 



 

 

Adanma Barton presents: “Lost & Found”

Thursday, March 30, 2017 | 7:30 p.m.
Black Box Theatre, Babcock Fine Arts Center, Sweet Briar College

Adanma Barton received a grant from her institution, Berea College, to crete a solo performance based on women's reproductive health. This semi-autobiographical performance, tentatively titled “Lost & Found,” will explore topics such as fertility, medications, stress and coping with grief. There will be a talkback with a local grief counselor and Anita Schmidt, OBGYN.  

Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for students and free for the SBC community and for children younger than 12. Seating is general admission. Please note that any will-call tickets not picked up five minutes before curtain time may be released to the general public.

To reserve tickets, please contact the box office at (434) 381-6120, by email at boxoffice@sbc.edu, or online at Reservations