Construction Begins on the Music Education and Performance Center

Goal: $10 million (87% COMPLETED)

View drawings of the Music Education and Performance Center

Floor Plan Artist Rendering Site Plan

View photos of the construction progress from September 2012, January 2013, February 2013, March 2013 and May 2013.

This Music Education and Performance Center will enable the outstanding music department faculty to continue to offer undergraduate and graduate programs, including the nationally and internationally renowned Kodaly Music Program, in an acoustically ideal environment.

The Music Education and Performance Center will offer a 464 seat performance hall, multi-purpose performance and rehearsal space, classroom, faculty studios and practice rooms. A courtyard offers maximum light to the music education area.

For over thirty years, students have come from around the world to work with some of the finest music faculty in the country. With the new Music Education and Performance Center, these students and faculty will now have the opportunity to practice their craft in a state-of-the-art facility. In addition to amenities that befit an internationally acclaimed program, the new Center will bring the College’s music program together with the Holy Family Conservatory of Music to offer a full spectrum of educational and performance programs. This collaborative effort will truly create a culture of life-long learning, to effectively serve the needs of expectant parents, children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.