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The music and performance addition to the Weitz Center for Creativity brings the entire music department together.

The addition also unites Music with the Departments of Theater + Dance and Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS).

The new music and performance addition to The Weitz features:

  • A 400-seat performance hall with a large stage, flexible design, and enhanced technology
  • A large rehearsal hall of 1,960 square feet that doubles as flexible backstage space for the performance hall. All rehearsal and practice spaces in the addition are sound-isolated, allowing for rehearsals even when performances are occurring.
  • A medium recital and rehearsal hall with 1,600 square feet and 75 seats, and a smaller rehearsal hall of 900 square feet for use as a master classroom or as an intimate performance space for small ensembles
  • Faculty offices and studios uniting the entire music faculty, including applied music instructors, in the same space.
  • The Hamline Creative Space, a prominent collaborative white space conducive to multimedia installation
  • Adequate back-of-stage storage with a green room and space for instruments and equipment
  • Two gathering lounges
  • Thirteen individual practice rooms of 100 square feet
  • Six practice or teaching studios, each 500–600 square feet
  • Eleven teaching studios, 200 to 220 square feet
  • Approximately 5,600 square feet of storage, located in proximity to use