Facilities

Ross Center

Ross Center consists of two large rehearsal rooms, six classrooms, and 15 practice rooms for music and theatre students. In addition it houses music and theatre faculty offices, collaborative work spaces, and the box office. Ross is connected to Bauman Auditorium for easy movement of equipment to the stage for performances of all genres. 

Ross Center and the Performing Arts office are open during the academic year.  Box Office will be open Monday-Friday 9:00-3:00 starting Fall 2021.

Student use of Ross for practicing is granted to music majors and all students enrolled in applied lessons and/or music ensembles. Students have 24/7 key card access to practice rooms, computer lab, and piano lab.

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Bauman Auditorium

Bauman Auditorium

Constructed in 1982, Bauman is considered one of the finest performance halls in the Pacific Northwest. In May of 1992 the Oregon Symphony recorded Apocalypse by Gian Carlo Menotti, Meditations on Ecclesiastes by Norman Dell Joio and Masks by Ronald Lo Presti. It features a large stage, orchestra pit, a 37 rank Balcom and Vaughn pipe organ and a seating capacity of 1,140. It is also home to the university's  Bösendorfer "Imperial" grand piano.

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Wood-Mar Auditorium

Wood-Mar Auditorium

A 253-seat intimate theatre/recital hall. Every seat has an excellent view of the large stage with a 20-foot-high proscenium arch. An enclosed control room at the rear of the theater houses the controls for state-of-the-art sound and computerized lighting systems.

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Pianos

George Fox's keyboard inventory includes some of the finest pianos available, including three the Bosendorfer Pianos, including the "Rolls-Royce of pianos" - The Bösendorfer Imperial.