concerts at the marilyn I. Walker School of fine and performing arts
RBC Foundation Music @ Noon Series
Generously sponsored by the RBC Foundation, this free concert series takes place most Tuesdays at noon throughout the academic year. These recitals are open to the public, and feature our performance faculty, special guests, as well as talented students and alumni.
Brock University Choral Ensembles
Rachel Rensink-Hoff – Conductor
The Brock University Choral Ensembles feature two choirs that perform multiple concerts during the academic year under the direction of Rachel Rensink-Hoff.
University String Orchestra
George Cleland – Conductor
For the first time in the Department of Music’s history, we are proud to present our newest ensemble. Under the direction of George Cleland, the String Orchestra combines university students and community members in the performance of standard masterworks and lesser-known gems of the string repertoire.
University Wind Ensemble
Zoltan Kalman – Conductor
The University Wind Ensemble enjoys a rich heritage of musical excellence, bringing together both university and high school students as well as members of the Niagara musical community to explore and perform major symphonic wind band works, both original and arranged.
Hugh and Marie Logan Jazz Series
Through the immense generosity of Mrs. Norma Bassett, this series offers jazz lovers two unforgettable evenings over the concert season from the University Jazz Ensemble. All concerts honour the memory of Niagara-based jazz enthusiast and amateur musician, Hugh Logan, and his late wife, Marie.
Walker String Quartet
The Walker String Quartet (WSQ) is the Department of Music’s quartet in residence. The group gives prominence to the department through public performance and working with students in high school string programs to share in the joy of music and promote Brock’s music program.