The facilities of the Glenn Korff School of Music include the Westbrook Music Building, the Kimball Recital Hall, and the dance facilities in the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts.
Westbrook Music Building
The Westbrook Music Building opened its doors in 1967 and provides the Glenn Korff School of Music with its primary instructional and rehearsal spaces. The building includes two large rehearsal rooms for ensembles and opera, faculty/studio offices, student practice rooms, a 300-seat recital hall, music technology facilities, and an array of smart classrooms.
Kimball Recital Hall
Kimball Recital Hall serves as the home for the Glenn Korff School of Music's concerts and recitals by faculty, students, and guest artists. This acoustically satisfying space has 820 seats, a balcony, an orchestra pit, a Reuter pipe organ, and provides technical support for the live webcasting of events to audiences around the world.
The new dance facilities, located in the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts, opened to students in August 2019. Dance students enjoy 10,000 square feet of dance spaces, which include two dance studios, showers and changing rooms, a laundry room, offices, and areas to eat and study. Now located adjacent to downtown Lincoln, the dance program is able to present ongoing dance recitals on First Fridays.