Bibbins Hall

Bibbins Hall exterior under a bright sky.
Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

Oberlin Conservatory’s main classroom building contains faculty studios and the David H. Stull Recital Hall. Private instruction, ensemble coaching, master classes, and recitals take place in this building. Bibbins also houses the Office of the Dean of the Conservatory, a distance learning room, the Technology in Music and Related Arts (TIMARA) complex, and the piano technology shop.

Created in 1963, Bibbins Hall was designed by noted architect Minoru Yamasaki, who later mimicked the look of Bibbins in his best-known creation, the former World Trade Center in New York City.