In addition to our multiple departmental performance and rehearsal spaces delineated below, we utilize diverse facilities and performance venues in New York City with regular performances at Lincoln Center, Merkin Hall, Tenri Hall, selected Broadway and off-Broadway theatres, and acclaimed jazz clubs. Find out what and where we're performing on our Calendar of Events.

Performance and Rehearsal Facilities on Campus

Music Technology Studios - including the new, state-of-the-art James L. Dolan music recording studio (pictured above)

Frederick Loewe Theatre (300 seats)

Provincetown Playhouse (88 seats)

Black Box Theatre (75 movable seats)

Recital Room 779 (50 movable seats)

Third Avenue North Practice and Learning Center (practice rooms and lecture halls)

Three dance studios at 35 West 4th Street

Penthouse Ensemble and Percussion Facility

30 practice rooms at 35 West 4th Street

15 ensemble and teaching studios at 35 West 4th Street

Multiple large and small rehearsal studios at the Tower Building on two large floors

The Kimmel Center, a facility that opened in Fall 2003, houses eighteen acoustically treated practice rooms, rehearsal rooms, a recital hall, chamber music spaces, the five hundred forty seat Eisner-Lubin auditorium, and the state-of-the-art Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. The Skirball Center includes a magnificent theater with close to 900 seats in which we present symphony orchestra concerts, music theatre and opera productions, department-wide meetings and special events.

Kimmel resources available to our students include 18 practice rooms, four large ensemble rooms, the Shorin Recital Room (150 movable seats), the Eisner-Lubin Auditorium (540 seats), the Skirball Theatre (862 seats), a dance studio, and a dozen flexible rehearsal spaces, including one rehearsal space that matches the exact dimension of the Skirball Theatre stage.

Bobst Library holdings total 4.3 million volumes, including:  

46,000 music books

52,000 music scores

300 current music periodical subscriptions

18,500 LP recordings

33,000 music CDs

93,000 audio visual items