This new performing arts facility functions as a "village" of ten interconnecting buildings that bring together the University’s Music, Theatre, and Dance departments. Major spaces include a 1,200-seat concert hall, 300-seat recital hall, 650-seat proscenium theatre and a 200-seat dance studio. The concert hall's lofty, gothic-scale ambience contrasts with the recital hall, lyric theatre and dance theatre, each of which offers an acoustical environment tailored to its primary use. A performing arts Library, two experimental theatres, 30 classrooms, 50 rehearsal and practice rooms, and 100 faculty studios and offices round out the facilities.
Project Details
Audiovisual Systems Design
Mechanical Noise Control
Room Acoustics Design
Sound Isolation
Ayers / Saint / Gross, Baltimore, MD, Architect of Record
Theatre Projects Consultants, South Norwalk, CT, Theatre Consultant
318,000 gsf
1,096-seat Dekelboum Concert Hall; 626-seat proscenium Kay Theatre; 297-seat Gildenhorn Recital Hall; 207-seat Dance Theatre; 156-seat multi-use Kogod Theatre; 86-seat black box Cafritz Theatre
College Park