The Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, completed fall 2015, includes two performance venues, classrooms, practice rooms, faculty studios and office space for the Department of Music. The 64,000-square-foot complex is built along Columbia Avenue between 9th and 10th streets.
The centerpiece of the new building is an 800-seat concert hall featuring both main-floor and balcony seating. The facility also houses the John and Dede Howard Recital Hall that seats approximately 125 for more intimate performances and features the primary concert piano, a Steinway concert grand.
Instructional space includes dedicated rehearsal space for the college’s several choral and instrumental ensembles, 17 individual practice rooms, an updated piano lab, a computer lab, a percussion studio, a recording studio and two general-use classrooms. The building also includes 24 faculty teaching studios and offices.