The Music Education Complex at Texas A&M University-Kingsville was designed as a statement piece for the campus that engages students, faculty and visitor interest. The building includes rehearsal spaces for concert band, choral, jazz and orchestra, faculty offices, storage facilities, student practice rooms, lecture halls, labs, a new recording studio, conference rooms and additional collaborative spaces for student engagement.
Additionally, a state-of-the-art performance hall seats up to 500 people, the lobby was designed as a social gathering space and key feature to visually enhance the campus. At the heart of the building, the performance hall demonstrates the Music department’s contribution of programs and opportunities to students and visitors on the campus.
*associate architect HGA Architects
+ New Music Education Building
+ Performance Hall
+ Rehearsal Studios
+ Practice Rooms
+ Staff Offices
+ Instrument Storage