Music Facilities at CUI
The Concordia University Center
The CU Center is the performance home for Concordia's music ensembles. Its 500-seat semi-circular auditorium, sweeping vista and spacious acoustics, provide an exciting atmosphere for music concerts and worship. The center is home to Concordia's magnificent 3,290-pipe Casavant organ; and a Steinway grand piano.
The Good Shepherd Chapel
The Good Shepherd Chapel is used regularly for solo recitals and chamber music. It is an intimate hilltop venue with seating for 100 featuring city views and warm acoustics. It is home to Concordia's tracker organ.
The rear wing of the CU Center is outfitted with practice rooms, classrooms, studio teaching room, a keyboard lab, and a tiered acoustically-engineered choir rehearsal room. The Music Office is also located in the CU Center.
Grimm Hall, Concordia's newest building, is home to a state-of-the-art Mac lab. Here, musicians can compose, synthesize, edit, and master music using powerful computers and the latest music creation software.
The Performing Arts Annex is the rehearsal home of the Concordia Wind Orchestra, Chapel Choir, worship bands, and chamber ensembles.