JoAnn Hawkins Music Building

Most people call this building “state of the art.” For the next four years, you’ll call it “home.”

In addition to making music in the Hawkins Music Building, you’ll also have a chance to perform in venues ranging from intimate church sanctuaries to celebrated concert halls. Each facility will teach you something new about the way you play, sing, sound and feel—and the way audiences receive you.

Two recording studios
51 Yamaha grand pianos
An expansive 16-station computer classroom
25 soundproof practice rooms
Large rehearsal and classroom spaces

Most people call this building “state of the art.” For the next four years, you’ll call it “home.”

Two recording studios
51 Yamaha grand pianos
An expansive 16-station computer classroom
25 soundproof practice rooms
Large rehearsal and classroom spaces

In addition to making music in the Hawkins Music Building, you’ll also have a chance to perform in venues ranging from intimate church sanctuaries to celebrated concert halls. Each facility will teach you something new about the way you play, sing, sound and feel—and the way audiences receive you.

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