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Professor Slominski playing piano


Delkin Recital Hall

Delkin Recital HallThe Linfield Department of Music is housed in the Vivian A. Bull Music Center (VBMC), which features:

  • The acoustically flexible Delkin Recital Hall with two grand pianos and seating for 98
  • Woolley Rehearsal Hall for band rehearsals
  • Sound-proof practice rooms each with a piano
  • Classrooms, faculty offices and studios, student lockers
  • Music library
  • Seminar room
  • Keyboard Lab

Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium

Band concert in Ice AuditoriumLocated in Linfield's Melrose Hall, Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium is used for major lectures, concerts, campus awards ceremonies, community events and other functions. It features:

  • Balcony seating
  • A Steinway concert grand piano
  • Alice Clement Memorial Organ: a 48-rank (Casavant, 1969) pipe organ containing over 2300 pipes

Listen to the organ

Composers Studio

composers studioA state-of-the-art composers studio is located in the James F. Miller Fine Arts Center (MFAC) just across the Arts Quadrangle from VBMC. It has become a gathering space for aspiring creative musicians who explore sound and produce new music together.

  • It features a music technology lab with high-quality equipment that mirrors the type of facility used by music and audio recording professionals.
  • Creative projects in music and technology are explored in the form of multi-media collaborations, performance art, digital recording and editing, smartphone applications, and professional notation.

View the equipment list

A library of sound

Delkin Recital technologyIn addition to the music library in VBMC, a more extensive collection of music scores, books and recordings is located in the Jereld R. Nicholson Library.

The DigitalCommons@Linfield features Music Scholarship and Creative Works by faculty and students.

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