McAlister Hall is the home of the Conservatory of Music. It houses classrooms, studios, practice rooms, and rehearsal space for large ensembles.
Edman Memorial Chapel is the site of campus chapels, concerts, commencements, and various community-related events such as the Artist Series.
This large auditorium, Edman Chapel, seats more than 2,400 people.
Edman Chapel is also home to a four-manual, 50-stop, 70-rank Casavant mechanical action organ, Op. 3796 (2001), with dual mechanical action and digital consoles, the largest of its type in the area.
Pierce Memorial Chapel is used for class chapels, lectures, concerts, and recitals.
Pierce Memorial Chapel is a 900-seat auditorium.
The Hendrickson organ in Pierce Chapel is a two-manual and pedal mechanical action organ of 14-stops and 17 ranks.
Barrows Auditorium is located in the east wing of the Billy Graham Center, and is a popular venue for conferences, recitals, lectures, and other events.
Barrows Auditorium seats 500 people.
The Conservatory also has music technology labs that are state-of-the-art workstations complete with digital keyboards and sound synthesis; a music library with over 28,000 music scores, recordings and reference materials; and recording studios equipped for digital music recording and editing, surround sound mixing, and sound for picture.