Strengthen your musical and scholarly interests in our many state-of-the-art performance halls, 300 practice rooms, specialized classrooms — and one of the largest music libraries in the nation.
More than 1,000 concerts annually are presented at UNT, including many in the Murchison Performing Arts Center.
The centerpiece of musical activity is the Murchison Performing Arts Center, which houses the Bill and Margot Winspear Hall and the Lyric Theatre.
Winspear Hall, with its exceptional acoustics, comfortably seats more than 1,000 people for musical events ranging from orchestra and jazz to early music. It also houses the Richard Ardoin-Paul Voertman Concert Organ, a $1.5 million instrument with 3,820 pipes and 60 stops. The Lyric Theatre, a flexible seating facility for up to 400 people is the home of UNT Opera.
Other notable facilities:
- Stan Kenton Hall - the venue for undergraduate and graduate jazz rehearsals and recitals
- Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater - a Black Box facility designed for multimedia productions
- Paul Voertman Hall and Recital Hall - venues for a wide variety of faculty, student and guest performers
- Main Auditorium - hall featuring two pipe organs used for student lessons, recitals and practices
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