The Bernhard Music Center, completed in 1979, contains 2 classrooms equipped with multimedia technology and Steinway grand pianos, 23 practice rooms, 10 faculty offices, as well as concert and rehearsal spaces. Wireless internet connection is available in most parts of the building. Numerous concerts take place year round in the 250-seat Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, along with all-college lectures, classes, and other events. The lower level holds faculty offices, an Artist Studio, departmental administrative offices, and classrooms. Presser Choral Hall, Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall, and Shainman Rehearsal Hall, are located on the upper level.
The Music Technology Lab, The music technology Lab contains nine workstations with a variety of music software including Finale, Peak, Digital Performer, Protools, Kontakt, Reason, Max/MSP, Csound, and Super Collider.
The Music Technology Studio is for advanced tutorials and thesis work. It contains appropriate hardware and software for use in specific courses, special projects, and composition, including composition theses.
Building hours during the academic year are generally from 7 am to midnight. The building may be closed on various holiday weekends and hours may vary some during the summer.