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Rockefeller, King Concert Hall

Named after the Fredonia professor, violinist and academic dean, Harry A. King Concert Hall is the largest of Fredonia's five performance facilities. It is the primary performance location for the major ensembles from the Fredonia School of Music and the Western New York Chamber Orchestra King Concert Hall is also home to the DFT Communications Pops Series, and many convocations, and lectures. King Concert Hall accommodates 1145 patrons in fixed seats plus space for patrons in wheelchairs and their companions. The stage is 60 feet wide at the front and is equipped with a hydraulic orchestra pit. The organ at the rear of the stage has over 2,400 pipes and was manufactured by the Schlicker Organ Company of Buffalo, New York. Parts of the organ had been in use when the college was located in downtown Fredonia when it was a teacher's college.

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Rockefeller Arts Center, Fredonia, NY 14063

https://www.fredonia.edu/about/rockefeller-arts-center/king

Named after the Fredonia professor, violinist and academic dean, Harry A. King Concert Hall is the largest of Fredonia's five performance facilities. It is the primary performance location for the major ensembles from the Fredonia School of Music and the Western New York Chamber Orchestra King Concert Hall is also home to the DFT Communications Pops Series, and many convocations, and lectures.

King Concert Hall accommodates 1145 patrons in fixed seats plus space for patrons in wheelchairs and their companions. The stage is 60 feet wide at the front and is equipped with a hydraulic orchestra pit.

The organ at the rear of the stage has over 2,400 pipes and was manufactured by the Schlicker Organ Company of Buffalo, New York. Parts of the organ had been in use when the college was located in downtown Fredonia when it was a teacher's college.

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Of course I am biased, by Kristine Hsia, Class of 2010 (BFA in musical theatre) was wonderful as the band's vocalist, and these were about the most talented and accomplished jazz musicians I have ever heard.

Well Done!

Awesome job by Campus life, comedians were very funny.

Fabtastuc!

Tremendous performance. Wide variety of instrumental and vocal presentations. Very talented and surprising versatile musicians displaying wide range of historic and classical renditions. Not just a night of Sousa march music. A performance matching the venue in which they played.

Enjoyed!

Very nuanced advice to the two student quartets. Amazing to me how much SINGING Canadian Brass does of their music, in their own rehearsals. They said it was sometimes up to HALF of their rehearsal time.

I can't say I am unbiased, but I thought it was great!

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