Keene Hall

Keene Hall

The Rollins College Department of Music is proud of its Keene Hall home, an aesthetic beauty and wonderfully functional 27,000 square foot music facility.  It was enlarged and renovated in 2005 and now boasts of the acoustically stunning John M. Tiedtke Concert Hall, Fred Rogers Lobby and Patio, the state of art Massey Keyboard and Computer Lab, and the well-appointed Reinhold Rehearsal Hall. More photos...

Tiedtke Hall

John M. Tiedtke Concert Hall

Given in memory of long-time benefactor John M. Tiedtke, the acoustically resonant concert hall is the space in which most Department of Music events and concerts take place.  The hall, which opened in 2005, seats 400 and is known for its warm and inviting acoustic ambience, an ideal venue for orchestra, chorus, and solo performances. More photos...

Fred Rogers Lobby

Fred Rogers Lobby and Plaza

The Fred Rogers Lobby and Plaza acknowledges and celebrates the Department of Music’s most famous alumnus, Mister Fred Rogers.  The lobby and plaza provides a location to gather and visit for those attending events in Tiedtke Concert Hall. More photos...

Massey Lab

Massey Keyboard and Computer Lab

The Massey Keyboard and Computer Lab has ten stations and a teacher station, each featuring Mac computers and Korg Keyboards.  This space is used for the keyboard classes and music and technology classes.  Notational software such as Sibelius and Finale and the recording software Pro Tools are available to our music students. More photos...

Reinhold Rehearsal Hall

Reinhold Rehearsal Hall

The Reinhold Rehearsal Hall is a versatile and attractive rehearsal space used by the large Department ensembles and the Bach Festival Choir. More photos...

Knowles Memorial Chapel

Knowles Memorial Chapel

Adjacent to Keene Hall is Knowles Memorial Chapel, one of Central Florida’s most recognizable landmarks.  The Department of Music performs and participates in Chapel events, most notably the Christmas Vespers service held in December of each year.

Listed on the National Historic register, this magnificent building features a stained glass Chapel with a powerful Aeolian-Skinner organ. The influential American architect, Ralph Adams Cram designed the Chapel in a Mediterranean revival style.