Juliet Rosch Recital Hall, State University of New York at Fredonia

The new 500-seat Juliet Rosch Recital Hall, part of the University’s School of Music, opened in the Spring of 2005. A classic shoebox concept, the room has adjustable acoustics to accommodate a wide variety of musical events from classical to amplified jazz. Sized for a classical orchestra of up to 50 players and a chorus of up to 80, the recital hall has proven to be an ideal venue for works of Bach, Handel, Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven.

Project Location: Fredonia, NY

Client Name: State University of New York, Fredonia

Project Name: Juliet Rosch Recital Hall

Architect: PKSB Architects

Project Year: 2005

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Project Cost: US $7,200,000

It is an acoustically beautiful place…
– Dr. Karl Boelter, Director, SUNY Fredonia School of Music


  • International Interior Design Association’s 32nd annual interior design competition winner


Photos © by PKSB Architects



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