Upcoming Keyboard Studies Events
Kulas Recital Hall
Keyboard Studies News
December 9, 2022
Oberlin piano professor and avowed Beethoven devotee Peter Takács will be bringing the composer’s 10 violin sonatas to Kulas Recital Hall over the course of three concerts this academic year. The first edition, on Sunday, December 11, features three violinists on Oberlin’s faculty—Sibbi Bernhardsson and Verona Quartet violinists Jonathan Ong and Dorothy Ro—and guest artist Daniel Stepner.
June 1, 2022
Double-degree student devotes coming year to performing, choir directing, and continued studies in North Carolina.
April 25, 2022
Guggenheim Fellow Phyllis Chen ’99 finds creative joy in childhood instruments.
Keyboard Studies Facilities
The centerpiece of Bosworth Hall is Fairchild Chapel, a 150-seat facility that features a pipe organ based on building principles of the early 17th century.
The Kulas Organ Center has 13 practice rooms that are equipped with organs of various designs, both mechanical action and electro-pneumatic.
With seating for 148, intimate Kulas is ideal for chamber music performances and solo recitals.
This 496-seat hall adjoins the Conservatory of Music and is used for numerous student and faculty recitals, as well as recording sessions.