Amy Waller Prince, a well-known local soprano, will be performing works from Verdi, Strauss, Dvorak, and Greer. Ms. Prince recently received a Doctorate of Music from Indiana University. She has performed many operatic roles, including Rosalind in Die Fledermaus, and Mabel in the Pirates of Penzance.
Join us as we celebrate the launch of Out of Place: Social Exclusion and Mennonite Migrants in Canada by author Luann Good Gingrich.
Jennifer Brimson Cooper and Mas Sugihara are an imaginative and intense duo that perform both original compositions for the sax and flute, as well as transcriptions of classical pieces. For more information see their website: Awea Duo
The JUNO nominated Orchid Ensemble is Lan Tung on the erhu/Chinese violin, Xiao Mei Zhu on the zheng/Chinese zither, and Jonathan Bernard on percussion. The ensemble blends ancient musical instruments and traditions from China and beyond, creating a beautiful new sound.
This concert will explore chamber music repertoire by two Canadian composers: Seven Tableaux from the Song of Songs by Srul Irving Glick, and Songs, composed by Grebel alumna Erica de la Cruz, setting poetry by University of Waterloo Professor Sarah Tolmie.
Celebrate the publication of Reina Neufeldt's new book, Ethics for Peacebuilders: A Practical Guide (Peace and Security in the 21st Century Series, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016).
Grebelites from the 80's - welcome back!
Do you remember when Vern and Joyce ruled the halls? Or when Louise and Howie ran sheet change? Or when Peace Society 'refused the Cruise'? Or when Len led chapel choir tours? To relive these memories and many more, you are encouraged to come back to Grebel and meet old Grebelites from the 80's and see what is happening now at Grebel.
Join us for Grebel's Annual General Meeting in the Great Hall. Refreshments, music and stories about the past year will be part of this important yearly marker.
This photo exhibit celebrates everyday acts that deepen our sense of community and empower us to collectively change the world for good. Photographers from Waterloo Region and beyond have captured moments of caring, working together, laughing together, and acting together with purpose – the fabric of community life and collective impact.
Until April 2017
New Exhibit at the Mennonite Archives of Ontario:
“Conchies Speak: Ontario Mennonites in Alternative Service.”
During the Second World War, 2,600 Ontario Mennonite men served in conscientious objector work camps. Through archival records, this exhibit recovers their voices and stories.