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Last month, the Theatre of the Arts at the University of Waterloo was brimming with thrumming beats, haunting voices, layered melodies, and a unique blend of electronic cello and traditional Indigenous music. As part of the Indigenous-Mennonite Encounters conference organized by Conrad Grebel University College, Indigenous and Mennonite musicians offered a concert that addressed relationships, beauty, nature, hope, and betrayal.

In order to help Engineering students gear up for final exams in Spring term, there will be a one hour Instrumental Chamber Ensemble concert in the Atrium of E7.  Two current ICE groups will be featured.  Please join us for a brief respite from your work.

Join us for an engaging jazz concert in July.  Directed by Michael Wood, the Jazz Ensemble has members from all 6 Faculties, particularly Mathematics. This term they will be featuring the music of Mike Tomaro, Neal Hefti, Dave Wolpe & Rob McConnell.

Tickets will be available at the door, or from Jazz Ensemble members.

The University Choir performs an eclectic range of music from around the world.  Directed by Liska Jetchick, the choir consists of students and alumni from all six faculties. This Spring term they will perform Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, composed in 1965.  

An outdoor Farmer's market is the perfect location to enjoy the Balinese Gamelan Ensemble.  Please join us at the Hespeler Village Market at 5pm. Both the student Balinese Gamelan and the Community Gamelan will be performing. Audience members will be able to try out the Gamelan instruments after the concert.

Our Convocation Celebration will take place on Sunday, April 10, 2022 at 2pm. At the Theatre of the Arts, for all students who have or are completing studies, and plan to graduate, in Fall 2021, Winter 2022, Spring 2022 or Fall 2022.

Please visit Grebel's official Convocation webpage below for detailed information on how to attend.

We have 8 different Chamber Ensemble groups this term, playing a wide variety of pieces.  

  • Sammartini Trio Sonata
  • Schubert Piano trio no. 2
  • Thomas Arne Trio Sonata

To aid in maintaining covid protocols, we are splitting the players into two separate concerts.