Situated inside a 100-year old carriage house, Brown’s Grant Recital Hall was transformed into a new state-of-the-art recital / classroom space serving conventional and electronic ensembles. Technical infrastructure accommodates multi-channel playback / surround setups, and adjustable acoustics. The room serves jazz ensembles, African drumming, lectures, student recitals, and meme@brown – an interdisciplinary program focusing on the creative use of emerging technology for real-time interactive performance and installation.

Situated inside a 100-year old carriage house, Brown's Grant / Fulton Hall has been transformed into a new state-of-the-art recital/classroom space serving conventional and electronic ensembles. As the music department's primary performance venue, the room's technical infrastructure accommodates multi-channel playback/surround setups, and adjustable acoustics. The space serves jazz ensembles, African drumming, lectures, student recitals, and meme@brown - an interdisciplinary program focusing on the creative use of emerging technology for real-time interactive performance. The adjacent Fulton Rehearsal Hall was renovated as part of the project.
Project Details
Audiovisual Systems Design
Sound Isolation
Mechanical Noise Control
Room Acoustics Design
Brian Healy Architects, Architect, Boston, MA
Providence
RI