Beyond the City Limits, Well Beyond the Ordinary.
Buhler Hall is an acoustically superior performance and recording venue located in Gretna, Manitoba. This 463-seat hall has hosted many professional performances, including The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Canzona, Tom Jackson, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Rosemary Siemens and The Color to name a few.
“Winnipeg has nothing like it,” said Henry Engbrecht, former University of Manitoba choral professor, in a Winnipeg Free Press report on the opening gala. This $5.5 million facility rivals the best small halls in Western Canada. An expansive stage projects sound with great clarity and
rewards the performer richly by creating an intimate audience-performer experience. Gorgeous sound with first-rate amenities makes Buhler Hall a high calibre arts venue.
As a part of Mennonite Collegiate Institute, Buhler Hall operates under the belief that the arts can be a transformative expression of the Christian faith. Buhler Hall offers students a place to explore and develop their God-given talents as performers. As a part of the local community, Buhler Hall strives to be a steward of the arts by providing amateur performers with a professional experience and exposing local audiences to a variety of world-class performances.
There is plenty of room for mingling, meet & greets, and merchandise displays, before and after shows, in our beautiful grand foyer.
Acoustically designed for the natural voice, Buhler Hall is ideally suited for music, choral and drama productions.
Buhler Hall is fully equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment, controlled by 2 main stations located at the back of the hall.
Buhler Hall is located in the southern Manitoba community of Gretna, about an hour and a half south of Winnipeg, and just north of the US/Canada border.
Mail: Box 250 Gretna, MB, R0G 0V0
Street: 466 Mary Street