The Department of Music offers a rich selection of performance venues, smart classrooms and rehearsal space to make the most out of your creative talents. These include a 2,200-seat concert hall, breathtaking historic buildings, a large recital hall and a spacious museum. All of the facilities here are available to undergraduate and graduate students majoring in music. Students use campus venues for solo recitals, master classes and concerts.
Fine Arts Center
Home to the Department of Music, the Fine Arts Center is a magnificent American Colonial-style mansion that features classrooms, practice rooms, private lesson areas and offices.
Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
The 2,200 seat Tilles Center for the Performing Arts provides LIU Post students and the public with an internationally recognized performance venue, featuring some of the most important classical and popular artists of our time.
Music Technology Lab
Located in the Fine Arts Center, the state-of-the-art lab offers instruction in electronic keyboards, MIDI sequencing, notation software, digital audio, ear-practice training and composition.
In the 17-station Keyboard Lab, located in the LIU Post Fine Arts Center, students broaden their musicianship and keyboard skills taking courses in keyboard harmony. In addition, music education students use the lab to further develop their own musicality while studying techniques needed to be effective classroom teachers.
Music Rehearsal Building
A multi-purpose facility, this free-standing building is used for concert preparation and music classes.
This 90-seat room is located in Winnick House, an historic Tudor-style mansion that is the centerpiece of LIU Post. Student recitals are held several times a month in this grand living area that was once the former home of cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post and financial wizard E.F. Hutton.
Hillwood Art Museum
One of Long Island’s most dramatic showcases for art, the Hillwood Art Museum features open areas for student concerts.
Hillwood Recital Hall
Located in Hillwood Commons, the 490-seat Hillwood Recital Hall serves as both a lecture hall and recital space for dance, theatre and concerts.