Kreft Arts Program

Where inspiration strikes

The Kreft Arts Program at Concordia University Ann Arbor strives to inspire the artistic, intellectual, and creative experiences of our students and our community. The program includes art exhibitions, concerts, lectures, dance performances, book reviews, and theatrical performances by artists from around the world and from Concordia’s own student body and faculty. Please explore the wide range of programs offered. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Explore the wide range of our artistic, intellectual, and creative experiences

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Concordia Box Office
Call 734-995-7537, or visit the Order Tickets page

Box Office Hours
Monday - Thursday | 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Friday | 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Boar's Head Festival

Students, faculty, and staff come together to enact medieval Christmas traditions and the story of Christ’s birth in this moving spectacle, directed by Gerald Dzuiblinski, with musical direction by Brian Altevogt.

Broaden your liberal arts education

Prospective & current students:

We provide you with a wealth of academic experiences in the Creative and Performing Arts. These programs are open to all students in the Concordia community, regardless of your program of study. The opportunities provides through the Kreft Arts Program help enrich your broad liberal arts education. From our nationally recognized music ensembles, to our outstanding theatre productions, to opportunities to demonstrate and display excellence in the visual arts, we offer creative outlets for the entire campus community.

Degrees in creative & performing arts:

Art: 2-Dimensional and 3-Dimensional Art experiences, as well as Graphic Design, learn more.

Music: Enroll in a wide variety of musical ensembles including: band, choir, orchestra, and contemporary worship arts, as well as lessons on all instruments, learn more.

Theatre: We produce two major productions a year, including a musical each spring. Additionally, we sponsor the annual Boar’s Head Festival, a Concordia University tradition every Christmas, learn more.