Department of Music
UW-Whitewater is home to many state-of-the-art academic, performance and rehearsal spaces for our students and the community to enjoy. Learn about the history, use, and technical specifications of these facilities below.
As the largest academic building on campus, Greenhill Center for the Arts houses all music department classrooms as well as many offices, rehearsal and performance spaces. Named after the H. Gaylon and Hannah Greenhill, whose financial and academic contributions have made an impact on the arts community at UW-Whitewater.
- Learn more about Greenhill Center for the Arts
This 350-seat performance space, located inside Greenhill Center, is home to most concert choir peformances and student recitals. It offers excellent acoustic design and the use of a grand piano. Dr. Raymond E. Light, the hall's namesake, served a Music Department faculty member at UW-Whitewater from 1954 until he retired in 1982.
- Learn more about Light Recital Hall
UW-Whitewater's state-of-the-art auditorium seats 1,300 seats and houses a 400 square foot stage that sees many student, community and professional performances throughout the year. Flexible seating can accommodate 46 wheelchairs, and voice and TDD services, scanning text for conversation to Braille, and a state-of-the-art system for hearing impaired individuals are available.
- Learn more about Young Auditorium