Performing & Worship Arts

Use your gifts to bless others.

Art is a gift that is meant to be shared. At Briercrest, get a variety of opportunities to do this: from musical theatre workshops to leading worship in chapel, our campus community is a place where you can hone your talents.

Our goal is to see students developed not only for work as artists, but for life. Students take a blend of courses that develop their own artistic abilities along with their knowledge of the Bible and theology and arts and sciences.

View our programs below to see how you can study Performing & Worship Arts from a Christian worldview.

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Briercrest Conservatory
Briercrest Music expands with new conservatory
Posted: October 9, 2018

With the Briercrest Conservatory of the Performing Arts, Briercrest Music expands its reach to K-12 students in the rural community of Caronport. The new initiative will offer affordable music lessons with college faculty, staff, and students.

The Briercrest Choir backstage with The Tenors at the Conexus Arts Centre.
Briercrest Music works quickly to back up The Tenors
Posted: December 14, 2018

On Monday, December 10, a group of Briercrest staff, alumni, and students performed last-minute backup vocals for The Tenors.

Chris Kayler
Poetry and the Christian performer
Posted: October 16, 2018

Christopher Kayler, DMA, writes about being a classical pianist and finding gospel truth in unlikely places.

A Briercrest Christmas: Welcoming the Holiday Season
Posted: November 27, 2018

Briercrest Onstage is welcoming the Christmas season with its latest musical, "The Heart of Christmas." We invite you to join our community in supporting the hard work and talent of our family!

The faculty genuinely care for your well-being and have a professional relationship that promotes learning and openly asking questions.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015