Performing arts facilities
The Faculty of Fine Arts is a hub of creative energy. Professional studios, equipment and venues allow students to grace the stage in music, dance and theatre performances throughout the academic year.
- musical spaces designed by an acoustician
- "smart" classrooms with networked multimedia, mixing and playback capabilities
- electroacoustic studios, including an octophonic studio
- keyboard lab featuring 16 keyboards
- state-of-the-art soundproof practice modules
- 27 new pianos, including six concert grands
Contemporary Dance facilities
- two standard dance studios with sprung floors
- large dance studio with full lighting grid (Black Box)
- video-recording equipment in each dance studio
- state-of-the-art projection and integrated sound systems in each dance studio
- four acting studios with sprung floors and state-of-the-art projection and integrated sound systems (two with lighting grids)
- two design classrooms, as well as a lighting lab
- new costume shop
- new costume storage space and a dye lab
- closer proximity to the newly renovated D.B. Clarke Theatre
An intimate, flexible-seating black box theatre.
D.B. Clarke Theatre
A fully equipped, 387-seat proscenium theatre downtown Montreal.
F.C. Smith Auditorium
An open-concept stage with 280 seats at the Loyola campus.
Oscar Peterson Concert Hall
One of the faculty's principal performing arts venues, named for the late, Montreal jazz pianist.