Westbrook Music Building

The Westbrook Music Building opened its doors in 1967 and provided the music department with an outstanding facility for a wide variety of performances and practice. The building includes three large rehearsal rooms for chorus, band, and orchestra, 30 faculty studio-offices, and 50 student practice rooms in addition to the classroom areas.

In addition to these facilities, it contains an organ suite, a piano laboratory, a materials center, and several office and conference rooms. The building is named after the late Arthur Westbrook, a longtime director of the Glenn Korff School of Music.