Stretansky Concert Hall
Stretansky Concert Hall is carefully designed to be an ideal environment for the performance of acoustic music. A 320-seat venue, it was a part of the $7.5 million improvements made to the university’s Heilman Hall, which created the Cunningham Center for Music and Art in 2002.
Weber Chapel Auditorium
Weber Chapel Auditorium is the university's largest venue. It seats 1,500 and hosts numerous campus events, including guest lecturers and visiting artist performances as well as weekly chapel services. The auditorium features one of the largest revolving stages on the East Coast with performance facilities on one side and chancel on the other. The venue’s orchestra pit provides space for the instrumental needs of a standard Broadway show.
Degenstein Center Theater
The Degenstein Center Theater houses a modern 450-seat proscenium teaching theater center with a counterweight fly system. In the theater’s orchestra pit, there is enough room for a small orchestra.
Dating from 1886, this 220-seat venue is the oldest on campus. It is used for lectures and chamber music performances.