Jed Leshowitz Recital Hall
The Jed Leshowitz Recital Hall was designed to create the optimal experience for listening to intimate music performances. While strictly a recital hall, the 250-seat space also provides flexibility for modest theatrical presentations such as concert staged opera.

The recital hall has been designed to easily transform from an un-amplified acoustic experience to an environment for jazz and other music forms that are amplified. The motorized acoustic reflector and full wall drapery banners produce maximum acoustic variability. With the touch of a few buttons, these features can change the reverberation of the hall. The large picture window and the inset windows of the hall also use motorized drapes to allow for an easy transition from a tranquil setting of natural light to complete stage lighting.

Energy effiecent LEDs as well as theatrical stage lights accentuate the distinctive architecture of both the hall and the lobby. Within the hall, lighting draws the eye to the unique "folded plate walls" which help diffuse sound. In the lobby, colored and white lights provide contect for contrasting architectural wall displays.

The recital hall is an addition to an existing original campus building that is being gut-renovated to provide classrooms, practice rooms, and rehearsal halls for the John J. Cali School of Music.