The 183,000 square foot Newman Center is made up of seven structurally-isolated buildings containing Trevorrow Hall, home of the Lamont School of Music; Byron Theatre, a five-sided flexible space capable of seating up to 350; the 950-seat Gates Hall, a lyric theatre that is easily transformed into a concert hall; Hamilton Recital Hall, with 225 seats and an organ by Karl Schuke; specialized rehearsal halls for large instrumental ensembles, jazz, and opera; a recording studio; a music library; faculty studios; and practice rooms.
Project Details
Mechanical Noise Control
Room Acoustics Design
Sound Isolation
Anderson, Mason, Dale Architects, Architect, Denver, CO
Auerbach, Pollock, Friedlander, Theatre Consultant, San Francisco, CA
180,000 gsf
950-seat lyric theatre; 350-seat flexible theatre; 225-seat organ recital hall
2003 Citation Award for Architecture, American Institute of Architects, Colorado Chapter 2003 Merit Award for Interiors, American Institute of Architects, Colorado Chapter 2004 Honor Award, Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute