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Music Building

New state-of-the-art renovations and facilities

Near North Neighborhood and to the west of Beaumont Tower, the Music Building is home to MSU’s College of Music, which consists of two neighboring buildings that include: classrooms, computer music studios, a computer-assisted-instruction classroom, a music education resource room, a music therapy clinic, a psychology of music laboratory, recording facilities, rehearsal spaces, private teaching studios and 81 practice rooms.

Originally built in 1939 as the first building on campus designed specifically for serving the liberal arts, the buildings have since undergone several renovations. The Billman Music Pavilion added 37,000 square feet of new space to the existing Music Building and an additional 8,500 square feet was renovated in other music facilities on campus. The pavilion features several new concert halls, practice rooms, recording suites, classrooms, and rehearsal halls for performances, rehearsals and teaching music.

Ensembles for orchestra, choir and more are open to students regardless of major. North Neighborhood also offers music living-learning communities, so students within the college have the opportunity to live with other music students only steps away from the Music Building. Students interested in the College of Music will need to complete an MSU application, College of Music supplemental application and schedule an audition with the college.

All-new practice and performance spaces

Recent renovations to the Music Building have added even more concert halls, rehearsal halls, practice rooms and classrooms for music students.

Exterior view of the Music Building. Grass and trees dot the landscape. IM Circle can be seen in the background between the branches.


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