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Opperman Music Hall (OMH)

Opperman Music Hall is a 437 seat concert hall located in the Kuersteiner building and is named for Ella Scoble Opperman, who served as the first dean of music from 1911 to 1944. The hall can accommodate concerts ranging from solo recitals to chamber orchestra and band concerts, as well as opera. The 1975, 34-stop Holtkamp Tracker Organ seen on the stage is used for recitals, concerts, and lessons. Other organs are available in the school to students for practice and performance.




Upcoming Events

FSU Opera presents Summer Double-Bill: "The Process" and "Charmed Rock"

This year’s summer opera production features two new works by FSU composition students that present different perspectives on alienation from society. Noah...

5/27 7:30pm
Final Performance - Choral Ensemble Camp

Join us for the final performance of the 2017 Choral Ensemble Camp. This concert will feature the Men's Choir, Women's Choir, Mixed Choir, and the Chamber...

6/17 11am
Honors Chamber Winds Performance

Join us for an evening of chamber music performed by the particpants of the 2017 Honors Chamber Winds Ensemble Camp. This select group of 15 advanced...

7/6 7:30pm

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Opperman Music Hall (OMH)

Opperman Music Hall (OMH) posted a photo 5/9/2017