Department of Music

Facility Overview

The exterior of the Slosberg Music Center

Photo Credit: Mike Lovett

The Slosberg Music Center at Brandeis University is home to the Department of Music and the Brandeis Concert Series. Built in 1957 under the direction of famed architect Max Abramovitz – who would go on to design Lincoln Center's Philharmonic Hall soon after – the building includes classrooms, offices, practice rooms and instrument storage as well as:

While we have designated practice rooms that are available on a first-come, first-served basis, all of our classrooms and the Slosberg Recital Hall are scheduled via Google Calendar.

Please email if you have any questions regarding our classroom scheduling. Please send any inquiries regarding the Recital Hall to

Note: The Music Department does not rent or loan out instruments or equipment for use outside of Slosberg Music Center. Any use of instruments or equipment (outside of our practice rooms open to the campus community) requires permission from department faculty or staff.