Our programs and faculty are housed in the award-winning Evelyn and Mo Ostin Music Center, a pair of facilities completed in 2014, and in Schoenberg Music Building, named in honor of famed composer and former UCLA music faculty member Arnold Schoenberg. Across these facilities, students can access the latest advances in music technology, research and pedagogy. The center includes a state-of-the-art recording studio, the Mike Curb Music & Technology Lab, four editing rooms, a large ensemble room for rehearsals and master classes, as well as a café and social space for students, and teaching studios and faculty offices.
Schoenberg Music Building includes the Jan Popper Theater (a 144-seat recital hall) and Schoenberg Hall (a 500-seat concert and lecture hall) and also houses the Henry Mancini Media Lab and the Ethnomusicology Archive, as well as a keyboard lab, a computer lab, six classrooms, 36 practice rooms, an orchestra room, a band room, a choral room, and the headquarters for the UCLA Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance. Our outstanding Music Library is also located here.