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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

Honors Chamber Winds Performance 2019

Join us for an evening of chamber music performed by the particpants of the 2019 Honors Chamber Winds Ensemble Camp. This select group of 15 advanced...

7/4/2019 7:30pm

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Tyler Roberts

Tyler Roberts left a positive review 4/5/2018

First performance I have gotten to see on campus and it was amazing. The duets were my favorite although each performer was brilliant holding their own.

Arleen Beeche

Arleen Beeche left a positive review 4/5/2018

The evening was magical and Elizabeth played beautifully! Her lung capacity for some of her longer solo's was impressive! The acoustics in this Hall and the quaint size of the room made for a cozy ambiance. Unfortunately the Live Stream video was interrupted half way through the performance. However Elizabeth and Jonah played very well together, and the support of their fellow studio musicians was delightful!

larry polivka

larry polivka left a positive review 11/9/2017

VEry sorry I missed it !!!I'm sure it was wonderful!

Dohnányi Recital Hall (DRH)

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