Photo by Erich Burnett
Formerly Bibbins Room 339, this is a renovated space converted to a recital hall and named in honor of the former dean of the Conservatory of Music. The hall repurposes two former classrooms and two teaching studios on the building’s third floor.
Stull Hall consists of a flexible 1,300-square-foot performance space that can accommodate roughly 120 guests. Other features include display cases featuring rotating items from the Selch Collection of American Music History and the capacity for live streaming and recording using technology from nearby Clonick Hall.
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