Built in 1953, this red brick building's shape is uniquely and fittingly a grand piano, and the west side's louvered walls, made of Indiana limestone, resemble piano keys. Located north of the Fine Arts Building, the Music Building houses the College of Visual and Performing Arts School of Music.
Music Recital Hall
The Music Recital Hall in the Music Building has a capacity of 400, which includes balcony seating. The facilities offer a Steinway grand piano, a Yamaha Disklavier grand piano and concert organ. In addition, the recital has a sound system, recording capabilities, internet connection, a theatre sized projection screen and projector for multimedia performances and presentations.
Facilities Rental Information
Visit the Forms section of our website to in order to fill out the rental agreement for the Music Recital Hall.
Visit the Forms section of our website to view the Music Recital Hall Seating Chart
The facilities of the Mountain Computer Music Collective include an 8-channel surround Studio, used for computer music composition and recording sessions, a 4-channel surround Workstation, for computer music projects, and a teaching Lab, with twelve computer stations. Concerts are held at the Music Recital Hall, Phyllis Washington Park Amphitheater, and Masquer Theatre.
University Theater Information
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