The Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music will be a premier music education facility that harnesses the synergy of research, talent and incomparable hands-on learning experiences available only at Oklahoma State University. The building is set to open in 2021 thanks to lead donors Michael and Anne Greenwood.
"The Greenwood School of Music building significantly elevates the stature of our program. It will positively impact every facet of teaching, learning, and performing. Our students and faculty are exceptional, and with the addition of a world-class facility, we are now poised to be competitive with the very best music programs in the nation."
Dr. Jeffrey Loeffert, Professor and Director of the Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music
The new building will foster creativity, collaboration and artistic expression, elevating the Department of Music's tradition of excellence. The Greenwood School of Music's proximity to The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts will amplify and leverage opportunities, including masterclasses, for students and faculty to interact with world-class musicians. The facility is being designed to encourage collaboration with suites strategically created for specific areas and rehearsal spaces to accommodate varying sizes of music groups. Music laboratories, classrooms and teaching studios will be equipped with the latest technology for high-level studio production.
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