Housed in John and Anne Wilson Hall, the facilities available to the Music Department are state-of-the-art. The main performance venue is a 300-seat Concert Hall which plays host not only to the University’s many student, faculty, and ensemble groups, but also world renowned concert artists.
Attached to the Concert Hall is a recording studio featuring video and multi-track audio recording capabilities. Wilson Hall houses fifteen practice rooms, most with grand pianos and all with the finest soundproofing; and classrooms featuring the latest technology.
It also includes a state-of-the-art listening lab with sound systems and computers and appropriate storage for our CD collection and musical scores; a recording studio, a composition lab in which students can compose music; and a keyboard lab for theory where faculty can listen in on headphones; acoustically-designed faculty studios with new instruments, computers and sound systems; appropriate storage facilities for instruments; and rooms designed to facilitate student-faculty interaction, including a lounge, a kitchen, and a seminar room, among others.
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