About the Cambridge Girls' Choir
Commitment to Canadian Music:
The Cambridge Girls' Choir fosters an appreciation of choral music and is committed to promoting Canadian music and talent, through local concerts and touring destinations in Canada and abroad.
We are proud to have commissioned sixteen new works by Canadian composers since our formation in 1981.
Touring is an important musical and team building activity for the Choir.
Our group does a major trip every 2 years. Over the years, the Choir has been a musical ambassador while touring and performing in cities like New York, Ottawa, Montreal, Paris, and London.
In 2014, our Choir traveled to New York City and performed in some breath-taking locations. We also enjoyed a Broadway show and sightseeing around the city. In 2017 the Choir traveled to Toronto, and had a wonderful time sightseeing, performing in our beautiful hotel, as well as an impromptu performance at the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre!
The 2023-2024 Season is a touring year for us, so look for announcements about a trip to Ottawa!
Music Director: Jessica Strub
Ms. Jessica Strub joined the Cambridge Girls' Choir in 2012 as Pianist, and took on the new role of Director for the 2018-2019 season, after standing in as Acting Director for the second half of the 2017-2018 season.
Jessica has previously accompanied for the Preston High School choirs, GCI choirs, and has often filled in as pianist for several other choirs and churches in the KW and Guelph areas. She performs regularly at weddings, parties, and other functions.
Jessica is currently completing her ARCT in Piano Pedagogy under Terence Kroetsch.
She has been teaching piano for the past 20 years, and been a full-time piano instructor for the last 13 years. In fact, she has taught several of the choir members (and occasionally their parents, too!)
Pianist: Rob Krete
Mr. Rob Krete joined the Cambridge Girls' Choir as Pianist in 2018. He has played piano for many years, and enjoys performing with the choir and in the community. He also enjoys singing, and has been a valuable addition to the choir.
Rob has studied animation and graphic design. He currently works as a graphic designer and also taught graphic design at Conestoga College.
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