Central Washington University's Jerilyn S. McIntyre Music Building must be experienced to be fully appreciated. Both the visual and acoustical qualities of our building have elevated the standards for educational facilities across the country. Our premiere 600 seat concert hall provides an unparalleled environment for musical performances.Having been designed with a "no compromise" approach, every seat in the house provides incredible sonic detail. With adjustable curtains, reflection time can be altered depending on the desired acoustic effect.
Classrooms deliver exceptional acoustics and implementation of modern technologies designed to prepare our students for music careers in the 21st century.
Our 150 seat Recital Hall was built around the Coulter 22 rank, 2 manual with full pedals Pipe Organ which graces the stage and is the visual focal point of the space.
Providing an intimate space for performances and rehearsals, the recital hall also incorporates adjustable acoustics with the use of motorized curtains.
CWU professors Denise Dillenbeck, violin, and violist Timothy Betts along with guest cellist, KevinStirring Rendition Of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus” Airs January 19
The best-known choral piece in history—Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus”—will be aired on “CeMusica Anitqua Presents Winter Concert
The CWU Department of Music presents the second of this year’s Musica Antiqua concerts in the McIn