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Gambier, OH

The new Music Building at Kenyon College is a 14,000 SF addition to the beautiful 19th century neoclassical Rosse Hall Auditorium. The addition provides the music department with a new maple paneled 136-seat recital hall that is used for small chamber and choral groups, recitals and guest soloists.

The lobby not only serves the new recital hall and band practice rooms but also is used for overflow and handicapped access to the existing Rosse Hall. The addition contains a state of the art computer classroom, band practice room, individual practice rooms and is home for the faculty of Music Department at this small private mid-western liberal-arts college. For this project, James Cullion was Associate in Charge and Project Architect at Graham Gund Architects.