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Facilities

DONALD W. REYNOLDS PERFORMANCE HALL

This 1,200-seat, state-of-the-art facility is designed to accommodate a wide range of performing arts, including full orchestras, large ensemble performances, and large theatrical and opera productions. It is also used for guest speakers, lectures, and large conferences.

SNOW FINE ARTS RECITAL HALL

This 270-seat hall is the home of many of the music department’s faculty and student recitals as well as chamber music and guest artist performances.

IDA WALDRAN AUDITORIUM

Housed in the Old Main building, this 1,200-seat concert hall is rich with tradition and serves as a place for concerts, conventions, speakers, and presentations.

MUSIC LIBRARY

Located within the Torreyson Library, the Music Library affords students easy access to thousands of sound recordings and printed materials.

MUSIC COMPUTER LAB

Each workstation in this Snow Fine Arts Center computer lab is equipped with a MIDI synthesizer, a Dell computer, a 21.5 inch iMac, Finale and Sibelius music notation software, and various other music software programs that give students an opportunity to learn and be creative.

-COMING FALL 2021: NEW COMPUTER LAB WITH *BRAND NEW* iMAC MACHINES

COMING FALL 2021: ROLAND PIANO LAB

The Department of Music will be implementing a brand-new Roland Piano Lab for Class Piano students. These state-of-the-art keyboards will give students the opportunity to learn piano on some of the finest instruments available.

COMING FALL 2022: WINDGATE CENTER FOR FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS

The Windgate Center for Fine and Performing Arts, made possible by a transformative $20 million matching gift from the Windgate Foundation, will revolutionize the arts experience for students, faculty and arts patrons.

Along with the Windgate Foundation’s incredibly generous leadership gift of $20 million, the UCA Board of Trustees dedicated state bonds to the construction of this facility. The remainder of the capital funds needed to complete this transformative project are being raised by University Advancement.