Please join us for the Premiere. We are pleased to present a wide range of pieces, from an Mendelssohn octet to a Handel Trio, performed by eight different groups.
For details, see the program list below. The highlighted movements are the ones included in this video.
Please join us for the online premiere of the Orchestra@UWaterloo Fall Term concert. The orchestra is directed by Daniel Warren, and this term consists of string players only. Members include undergraduate students, grad students, staff, and alumni.
The University of Waterloo Chamber Choir sings a varied program including works by Indigenous composer Andrew Balfour, Indian-American composer Reena Esmail and Haitian-American composer Sydney Guillaume. Other composers whose works will be performed include Healey Willan, Rene Clausen, Benjamin Britten and Morton Lauridsen.
Please join us for a wonderful end of term Ensemble concert series. These will remain posted until next term.
Join the challenge and help Grebel unlock $3000 in matched funds going towards professional music recording eqiupment for concerts, ensembles, and more. Make your donation on November 30.
Our 2021 Challenge Champions: David and Dianne (Daniels) Conrath (BA '88)
Community suppers are back! And we'd like you to (virtually) come on Wednesday November 24 at 5:45 to have a peak at the new dining room, hear announcements and see a presentation by Grebel Alum Eric Kennedy (BKI 2012) on his research on forest fires.
Please register to receive a zoom link for this event.
"What would it be like to live in a museum?"
Join us for an evening of storytelling and conversation with past and present Brubacher House Hosts in celebration of the new LIFE UPSTAIRS digital exhibit.
Celebrate the launch of Peace is Everyone's Business, with presentations by Lowell Ewert, Fred Bird, and a few collaborators during this virtual event. Afterwards, ask the editors and authors your questions during a Q&A segment.
In December 2001, the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty released its ground-breaking report “The Responsibility to Protect” or R2P as it is now commonly known. Twenty years later, the norm of R2P remains contested.
Den Svenska Psalmboken: The Lutheran Chorale Tradition in Sweden, 1580 - 1937
Katherine Hill, voice and nyckelharpa (Swedish keyed fiddle)
This concert will feature the wonderful pipe organ located at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Kitchener, played by organist Dr. Peter Nikiforuk.
Learn more about the University of Waterloo and Conrad Grebel! Check out UWaterloo presentations that cover everything from programs and faculties to financing and admissions. Visit our booths to get answers to your questions from students, faculty, and staff, and visit the University Colleges booth to chat with a Grebel representative.
This journey of discovering oneself is life long. As a woman, this comes with many challenges but also wonderful rewards. “A Woman in harmony with her spirit is like a river flowing. She goes where she will without pretense and arrives at her destination prepared to be herself and only herself ” - Maya Angelou
Composing Louis Riel's Dream: Exploring the history of the Red River Settlement through family stories and music
This concert will feature world-renowned musician and scholar Trichy Sankaran, along with Suba Sankaran and Dylan Bell - well renowned musicians in their own right who have appeared at Grebel before with Autorickshaw.
Join TMTC for a virtual panel on "People of Peace?: Sexual Violence and Christian Institutions of Higher Education."
Panel participants are Michael Buttrey, Carolyn Mackie and Kim Penner.
Celebrate the launch of Dress in Mediterranean Antiquity: Greeks, Romans, Jews, Christians with editors Alicia J. Batten and Kelly Olson, and anthology contributors.
We are welcoming your proposals for conference programming.
Please submit by September 30, 2021.
Songs of Solidarity and Hope
This concert will feature musings from various traditions (incl. works by Barrios, Metheny, Carole King, James Taylor) which contemplate our collective struggles and act as signposts for collaborative transformation.
We are pleased to announce that our Noon Hour Concert series will continue this Fall. Starting September 22, 2021 and continuing through to November 10, recitals and interviews with professional musicians filmed specifically for our Noon Hour Concert series will premiere on the Grebel Youtube Channel at 12:30PM most Wednesdays.
Full House Brass consists of five versatile and creative brass players: two trumpets, one French horn, and two trombones.
In 2019, the Canadian Parliament declared the second week in September to be Mennonite Heritage Week. This occasion offers Conrad Grebel University College at the University of Waterloo an opportunity to share about Mennonite history and culture.