UW–Madison School of Music makes Hamel Music Center its new home
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UW–Madison School of Music makes Hamel Music Center its new home

UW–Madison School of Music makes Hamel Music Center its new home

Hamel Music Center, photo by Patrick Stutz

Hamel Music Center, photo by Patrick Stutz

From the second-floor rehearsal space in the new Hamel Music Center, one can gaze out upon the Chazen Museum of Art and East Campus Mall — all part of a University of Wisconsin–Madison arts corridor.

At the busy corner of University Avenue and North Lake Street, UW–Madison’s new $55.8 million music center is part of the Mead Witter School of Music. The venue, which opened in October, includes a 660-seat concert hall and 300-seat recital hall. The facility also has a soundproofed rehearsal space and recording studio that give students and instructors space to compose, practice and perform music.

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