Jenson-Noble Hall of Music

The Jenson-Noble atrium serves as a meeting location for music students.

Noble Recital Hall is a space dedicated to music students for holding recitals.

Rehearsal rooms in Jenson-Noble are used by the various music ensembles and for holding classes.

Jenson-Noble serves as the central hub for student musicians on campus.

Jenson-Noble Atrium
Noble Recital Hall
Jenson-Noble Rehearsal Room
Jenson-Noble Exterior

Jenson-Noble Hall of Music contains an extensive range of facilities where music students can study, rehearse, and perform. 

The Weston H. Noble Recital Hall (NRH) seats 325 and is large enough for student, faculty, and visiting artist performances. Seats in this hall absorb the same amount of sound whether someone is sitting in the seat or not; no matter how many people are in the hall it sounds as though one is playing to a full house, resulting in nearly perfect acoustics.

Jenson-Noble Hall of Music is located across from the Center for the Arts and near Brandt Hall and Preus Library.

Features

  • Three rehearsal halls
  • Organ studio
  • Piano lab
  • Percussion studio
  • 36 private practice rooms
  • Electronic music laboratory
  • Faculty studios

Quick Facts

  • Main floor decor recalls the old wharves of Bergen, Norway’s “city of music”
  • Weston H. Noble Recital Hall was completed in 2002