The combined performance facilities of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music, the Center for Faith and Life, and the Center for the Arts give Luther an outstanding music complex.
- Jenson-Noble Hall of Music is an impressive place to study, rehearse, and perform. The building is home to the department office, the Weston H. Noble Recital Hall, three rehearsal halls, an organ studio, a piano lab, a percussion studio, faculty studios, 36 private practice rooms, and the Presser Music Laboratory.
- The Center for Faith and Life includes a 1,600-seat auditorium and a 200-seat recital hall. Both are used regularly as rehearsal and performance halls. Because of the many ways in which the auditorium space is utilized, it's imperative to have a versatile stage.
- The 60,000-square-foot Center for the Arts provides classrooms, studios, performance facilities, offices and other education spaces for the college's visual arts and theatre/dance departments.