Dohnányi Recital Hall (DRH)

Dohnányi Recital Hall, located in the Housewright building, is a 215 seat facility used mainly for recitals and lectures. Ernst Von Dohnányi, for whom this recital hall is named, was a composer-in-residence at FSU from 1949 until his death in 1960. A world-renowned composer and pianist, he was director of the Budapest Music Academy, and held other important posts in his native Hungary until the outbreak of World War II. Many of his works are still performed throughout the world today.

122 N Copeland St Tallahassee, FL 32304

Phone

850-644-2705

Website

music.fsu.edu

Upcoming Events

Master's Solo Recital – Mara Valmonte, accompanying

Admission to this performance is free. The Florida Board of Governors and Florida State University expect masks to be worn by all individuals in all FSU...

9/20 7:30pm
Senior Project Recital – Michael Jenkins, clarinet

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9/22 7:30pm
Doctoral Chamber Recital – Ryan Boehme, percussion

Admission to this performance is free and open to the public. The Florida Board of Governors and Florida State University expect masks to be worn by all...

9/25 2pm
Doctoral Solo Recital – Shiqun Ou, flute

Admission to this performance is free and open to the public. The Florida Board of Governors and Florida State University expect masks to be worn by all...

9/27 7:30pm
Jazz Combos performance (1 of 4)

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9/28 7:30pm

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Skye Adams

Skye Adams left a positive review 12/1/2019

Excellent performances!

Candalee Jones

Candalee Jones left a positive review 11/2/2019

Both performers dressed for success! Hailie - way to wow the crowd - you looked like a million bucks! My favorite was her "Laudatio" for horn alone although the range in her Bozza piece was very impressive. Enjoyable listening. Both players were poised and confident. I was impressed with the fast passages in G. Jacob's third movement played by Joseph. Good job! The duet with piano at the end was so cute and well played! Delightful concert overall. Thank you.

Sean Hemstreet

Sean Hemstreet left a positive review 9/29/2019

It was great!

Dohnányi Recital Hall (DRH)

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