Formed in 2007, the Cardinal Consort explores the world of 16th and 17th century music for viol consorts. The four gambists are Valerie Sylvester, Sheila Smyth, Linda Desman, and Sara Blake. Come join us for some exquisite music.
60's Era Alumni Reunion
Join us at 6:00 p.m. for tours of the new building.
Punch at 6:30 p.m.
Dinner at 7:00 p.m. with host, Eric Friesen '67.
Sixties era alumni are once again invited back to the College to see old friends, reminisce about old times, regale each other with stories, and to partake in some delicious food. Watch for your invitation in the mail.
Peace and Conflict Studies Lecture featuring Distinguished Alumna Lisa Schirch
With Anna Ronai on piano, Sibylle Marquardt on flute, and Peter Stoll on clarinet, Trio d'Argento will perform a diverse selection of music. Pieces include works by Beethoven, Ibert, and Oscar Peterson.
"Let's Advance Peace Together"
Join us Sunday, September 21, 2014 for an interactive community celebration for all ages at the NEW MSCU Centre for Peace Advancement!
Where: Conrad Grebel University College (140 Westmount Rd N, Waterloo)
Time: 2-5 pm; Welcome and introductions at 3:00 pm
Dates: September 8, 2014 to January 18, 2015
An exhibition of 22 Paintings by Winnipeg artist Ray Dirks.
A project of the Mennonite Heritage Centre Gallery, Winnipeg.
In art and words, the exhibit tells the dramatic stories of women and their families who fled the Soviet Union in the decade after the Russian Revolution and during World War II. Despite the despair, horror and loss each of these families faced, at its core, this exhibit is about love, courage, humility, determination and faith.
Ralph and Eileen Lebold Endowment for Leadership Training Banquet 2014
Our Present Future: Being an Intercultural Learning Community
Roberson Mbayamvula - Pastor at Hagerman Mennonite Church, Markham
For tickets, please contact Alison Enns at 519-885-0220 x24217 or email@example.com Tickets are $50/person ($25 receiptable).
Join the Grebel community as we celebrate the Grand Opening of our building project. Come for tours, visiting, and a reception!
3:30 Self-guided tours and pie
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
-Mennonite Archives of Ontario
Waterloo Inter - Mennonite Children's Choir
Carolyn Neumann VanderBurgh, conductor
Rockway Collegiate Concert Combo
Marlys Neufeldt, conductor
TACTUS Choral Ensemble
Catherine Robertson, conductor
Maisie Sum, conductor
Mark Vuorinen, conductor
with music on the lake by R. Murray Schafer
also music by Jennifer Butler and Emily Doolittle
Music, Sounds and Visuals from Africa
African traditional songs
- Festival Choir with Mark Vourinen, conductor
- University Choir with Gerald Yun, conductor
- Carol Ann Weaver and Rebecca Campbell
"Hearing Songs from the Earth - Kalahari Soundscapes and Visuals"
by Gus and Margie Mills
Orchestral Music by:
- Larry Warkentin
- Janet Peachey
- Carol Ann Weaver
- Caroline Bordignon
with Waterloo Chamber Players (Orchestra)
- Ben Bolt-Martin, conductor
3:15 Dan Kruger
4:00 Quiet in the Land
Great Hall Set
3:45 Jeff Gundy
4:30 Bryan Moyer Suderman
5:15 Songs of Place
Sound in the Land 2014 will explore music and the environment while discovering new Mennonite perspectives.
All Niagara area alumni and friends (Parents, former parents, donors, board members etc) are invited to join us for our Niagara reunion event on May 24th, 2014. The event will be held at The Good Earth Food and Wine Co.
EVENT MOVED TO CONRAD GREBEL DUE TO RAIN
BBQ Alumni Event - Brubacher House, UW Campus
All K-W and surrounding area alumni are invited to a family friendly Commie Supper Alumni BBQ at the Brubacher House. Join Grebel's spring term students and our Brubacher House hosts, Jacquie & Karl Reimer for tours and fellowship.
Dr. Yasmin Saikia is the Hardt-Nickachos Chair in Peace Studies and Professor of History at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict at Arizona State University. Her recent book Women, War and the Making of Bangladesh: Remembering 1971 (2011) has won numerous awards and been the subject of an international speaking tour.
Conrad Grebel University College's 2014 convocation.
Carmina Burana, composed by Carl Orff and performed by the University of Waterloo Choir. This version includes two pianos, five percussionists, and the Inter Mennonite Children's Choir. Directed by Dr. Gerard Yun.
The University of Waterloo Chamber Choir performs "Earth Teach Me", a concert of choral works reminding us of the fragility of our land. The concert includes works by Arvo Part, Veljo Tormis, Alberto Grau, Stephen Paulus, and Leonard Enns. Directed by Mark Vuorinen.
The University of Waterloo Gamelan Ensemble will perform a intriguing selection of percussion works. Directed by Dr. Maisie Sum.
Featuring Maisie Sum and the Gamelan Ensemble from the UW Music Department.
Music Studio students perform Winter term music in four end-of term concerts.