Music Facilities and Equipment
The University of Mount Union is currently working on a significant renovation and addition to the existing performing arts facility. The new Performing Arts Center will include a new lobby, performance hall, black box theatre, green room, scene shop, costume shop, dressing rooms, art gallery and choir room. The total estimated cost for the Center is $13 million, and is projected to be completed in December 2014. Read more.
The Music Library houses 7,800 scores and miniature scores, 8,600 recordings and CDs, and 1,800 reference and method books.
The department owns one pipe organ; one electronic organ; seven concert grand pianos; two harpsichords; many practice pianos (upright and grand pianos); numerous orchestral and band instruments; a collection of Renaissance and Baroque instruments; a collection of non-western instruments; and a Roland piano lab, with 12 electronic keyboards. The department also has acquired a fully-equipped state-of-the-art computer lab, Macintosh computers, and Kurzweill, Yamaha, and Korg synthesizers. Recently the Department of Music purchased a complete set of marching percussion instruments valued at $30,000.