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Performance Spaces

Huntington Recital Hall

Huntington Hall is a 180-seat recital hall; and the Conservatory's primary performing hall, This is where most student, faculty and guest recitals are presented each year.

The Haueisen Stage at Mees Hall

Mees Auditorium is one of Columbus' historic performance halls. The auditorium was constructed in 1926 and was fully renovated in 1992. In fall 2005 the Paul W. and Ella D. Hugus Pipe Organ was installed. The Mees Auditorium is Capital's largest performance and gathering space hosting the Christmas Festival, Prism, Big Band performances and student and faculty assemblies, such as Opening Convocation. The auditorium is named for Rev. Dr. Otto Mees who became president in 1912 and served that office for nearly 34 years.

Cabaret Theatre

The Cabaret Theatre is an intimate space that blends the tradition of the proscenium stage with the excitement of a black box theatre. The flexible stage space, the well-equipped scene shop and control booth, and the production office/design lab all serve our students, actors, directors, and designers as they challenge themselves and our audience to approach theatre with fresh vision.