Recital Hall, Qualley Lounge and Melanchthon Interfaith Room

The Recital Hall

Used as a performance space for soloists and small ensembles, lectures, and Wednesday evening Eucharist when school is in session, this area seats 160 with provision for 40 overflow seats.

O.W. Qualley Lounge

Named in honor of former dean, vice president, and classics professor O.W. “Pip” Qualley ’18, this lounge is used as reception area for recitals, concerts, and meetings. The bust of Qualley was sculpted by Douglas Freeman ’75.

Melanchthon Interfaith Room

Named in honor of Phillip Melanchthon, a contemporary of Martin Luther and the author of the Augsburg Confession.