The SNU School of Music enjoys three major facilities--the Fine Arts
Building, Cantrell Music Hall, and Herrick Auditorium.
The Fine Arts Building boasts an 80-seat recital hall, 3
classrooms, a choral rehearsal room, an instrumental rehearsal room,
instrumental storage area, 18 practice rooms each equipped with a piano, a
central lounge, 8 studios, a handbell room, a piano/computer lab, and a digital
Connected to the Fine Arts Building is the School of Music's
Studio completed in August of 2006. Occupying just under 2000 square feet,
this studio addition contains three control rooms and five isolation rooms that
are capable of functioning independently or as a whole.
Cantrell Music Hall, a 300-seat concert/recital hall, offers
a wonderful acoustic environment for performers and listeners. Three studios are
located in Cantrell, along with 3 first-class instruments. The Schlicker Pipe
Organ located in Cantrell is one of the finest organs of its type in Oklahoma.
The 35-rank tracker organ was custom designed for Cantrell. The Bosendorfer
Imperial Grand Piano, hand crafted in Austria, is one of the largest pianos
manufactured in the world, and is one of the finest pianos in the region.
Completing the keyboard array is the Sabathil harpsichord, built in Canada for
Herrick Auditorium, SNU's 1,100 seat performance space, hosts a
variety of School of Music performances.