Studzinski Hall

Studzinski Hall, a state-of-the-art music performance and practice facility that includes the stunning Kanbar Auditorium.
Studzinski Recital Hall is central to Bowdoin's vision for achieving excellence in the arts. The facility also satisfies students' expectations for practice space with nine individual practice rooms, a rehearsal room, green room, lobby areas, and a state-of-the-art recording studio.
Bowdoin Chamber Choir
Bowdoin Chamber Choir performing in Studzinski Hall
Recital

What's inside?

Kanbar Auditorium

  • 275 seats
  • Adjustable acoustics to suit the many different ensembles and soloists
  • Video and audio recording equipment linked to the stage allows individuals and groups to review their taped rehearsals and performances.

Rehearsal Spaces

  • 9 private practice rooms; complete with wireless technology
  • 1 large rehearsal room 

"This is an important and inspirational achievement for Bowdoin," said (former) Bowdoin College President Barry Mills. "We are enormously grateful to our principal donors John Studzinski, and Elliott and Maurice Kanbar of the Kanbar Charitable Trust. Our architect, Bill Rawn, has achieved something very special with this design, which was executed with great care and skill by H.P. Cummings. All of us at Bowdoin are thrilled with the result."