Central Washington University's 150 seat recital hall features a 22 rank Coulter Pipe organ with 2 manuals and full pedals. Like our concert Hall acoustics are adjustable utilizing motorized curtains. The Recital Hall is perfect for student and faculty recitals desiring more intimacy than the larger Concert Hall.
Accommodating a wide variety of musical styles, the Recital Hall's adjustable curtains alter the rooms reverberation time to suit the music's particular needs.
Designed by Performance Architecture from New Orleans, the entire facility magnificently displays their commitment to excellence.
The Recital Hall, along with all of the performance spaces at CWU, include microphones that feed our centrally located recording room.
Virtually all performance are recorded with pristine clarity preserving the works for future generations.
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