Mason Hall, Rosch Recital Hall

The Juliet J. Rosch Recital Hall is a state-of-the-art, 500-seat concert space, complete with backstage areas, offices, and expanded facilities for Sound Recording Technology.

Mason Hall, Fredonia, NY 14063

Place Type

On Campus, Mason Hall venue


(716) 673-3151




Upcoming Events

All-Campus Meeting

All-Campus Meeting for all faculty and staff. Reception will follow in 1080 Mason Hall or outside of Rosch Recital Hall (pending weather).

8/21 9am
International Student Welcoming Ceremony

You're invited! Please join Fredonia faculty and staff as we formally welcome new international students for the oncoming semester. There will be students...

8/21 3pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Susan Mecklenburg

Susan Mecklenburg left a positive review 4/24/2019

The concert was fantastic from beginning to end. The orchestra showed such emotion during the entire performance. Bravo to Brandon for following your dream and always giving your best performance.

Carol Gordon Wood

Carol Gordon Wood left a positive review 3/30/2019


Dennis Deditic

Dennis Deditic left a positive review 12/20/2018

It was really amazing!

Sue Odell

Sue Odell left a positive review 12/4/2018

This was wonderful! My daughter is a freshman in this group and I could tell not only that this is her favorite class but why it is!

Paul K Sottnik

Paul K Sottnik left a positive review 11/27/2018

Tremendous performance! Nice to see jazz is being taken seriously at Fredonia.

Vicki J Mehr

Vicki J Mehr left a review 11/7/2018

I thought the recitals/concerts were live streamed. Live too far away to attend in person.

Suzanne B Redmond

Suzanne B Redmond left a positive review 10/28/2018

Exceptional concert and breathtaking when all three choirs joined together at the end to sing!!!

Gina Barnett

Gina Barnett left a positive review 10/21/2018


Gina Barnett

Gina Barnett left a positive review 10/20/2018

This was beyond awesome!!

Terry Brown

Terry Brown left a positive review 9/18/2018

A delightful, thought-provoking lecture from Professor Mason!