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Studzinski Recital Hall and Kanbar Auditorium

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Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Music

As both Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Music, Cristle Collins Judd brings to Bowdoin a deep understanding of the role of the arts in learning.

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Studzinski Recital Hall and Kanbar Auditorium

The world-class Studzinski Recital Hall is a transformation of the Curtis Pool building (also designed by McKim, Mead and White) into a 280-seat, state-of-the-art facility for small- and medium-sized musical performances. The hall includes a rehearsal room, nine practice rooms, and a number of Steinway pianos. Kanbar Auditorium features raked seating, exceptional acoustics, upgraded technical capabilities, and a stage designed to accommodate different performance configurations and types of musical programs, including classical, jazz, electronic, and world music.



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