McKenna Theatre, with a capacity of 366, provides a superb acoustical environment for faculty recitals, student ensemble performances, and concerts by visiting artists.
Julien J. Studley Theatre, with a capacity of 696, hosts large-ensemble performances by the Symphonic Band, the College-Youth Symphony, the Choral Ensembles, the Jazz Ensembles, and visiting groups including the Hudson Valley Philharmonic.
Nadia and Max Shepard Recital Hall, seating 125, offers an intimate setting for chamber music performances and student recitals.
A new class/rehearsal space including a digital multi-track recording facility is located adjacent to the Nadia and Max Shepard Recital Hall.
The department has a fully equipped state-of-the-art - electronic music lab and a 24 track recording studio. The lab features 8 networked computer workstations with ProMac computers, Pro Tools 003 digital mixing boards, and Korg Triton workstation keyboards. Each computer is outfitted with an extensive roster of software applications important for professional musicians: Pro Tools, Logic, Digital performer, Sibelius, and Finale. Additional signal processing includes Waves plug-ins and a full install of the Vienna Cube Symphonic sample library, plus other virtual synthesis technology. Students can use the lab for electronic music composition, recording production, composition score writing, and electronic arranging projects. The lab is also outfitted with a wide format HP laser printer for score printing. The recording studio is currently running a Pro Tools C|24 mixing board/control surface and it has an excellent mic cabinet featuring Neumann, AKG, Microtech Gefell, Audio Technica, and Shure microphones for recording student and faculty groups and projects.
Collegium Musicum, the ensemble for early music, possesses a large early instrument collection. Included are numerous recorders, crumhorns and shawms, modern copies of renaissance and baroque flutes, lutes, archlute, cittern, rebec, sackbut, cornetto, diatonic harps, bowed psaltery, a set of viols, a hurdy-gurdy, and a harpsichord. The ensemble also holds a rich collection of literature and music from the medieval, renaissance and baroque eras.
The Piano Lab includes 17 electronic keyboard units governed by a master control, allowing for individual practice and monitoring by the instructor.
Sojourner Truth Library has a comprehensive collection of music scores and books, as well as listening stations for CDs and DVDs.