School of Music Facilities

The Stetson School of Music is housed in Presser Hall and McMahan Hall, where academic excellence meets artistic passion. Our facilities are equipped with several classrooms, faculty and staff offices, recently acoustically treated practice and rehearsal spaces, comfortable areas for collaboration, restrooms, and two performance venues, Tinsley Hall and Lee Chapel, located in Presser Hall and Elizabeth Hall, respectively. We also recently revamped technology in all classrooms in support of learning for all students.

We are dedicated to fostering an environment that nurtures talent and creativity. Explore the vibrancy of our campus and the wealth of resources available to support your musical journey through our virtual tours below.

Lee Chapel

The School of Music takes great pride in its major performance venue, Lee Chapel, located in the historic Elizabeth Hall. This beautiful, 100-year-old performance hall seats 700 in an intimate setting whose acoustical properties are well-suited to the performance of classical music. Lee Chapel houses the School of Music's renowned Beckerath organ. On stage are two Steinway concert grand pianos.

Tinsley Hall

With up to date acoustical features, a harpsichord and baby grand piano Tinsley acts as a classroom, recital hall, and performance hall for smaller ensembles. Tinsley hall is part of the original framework of the School of Music which was established and built in 1936 and remodeled during 2020. 

Feasel Hall

Feasel Rehearsal Hall in McMahan Hall is the School of Music's principal ensemble rehearsal space. It is home to a Bösendorfer Imperial Grand piano and is acoustically treated to facilitate an excellent rehearsal situation for groups of various size.


Each of our classrooms are equipped with updated technology and readily tuned baby grand pianos. Students can enjoy small classes sizes which allow for more relational development opportunities with their peers and faculty members. 

Student Computer Lab

Our computer labs are equipped with iMac desktop monitors, USB ports, Microsoft windows software, Office 365, and other numerous software applications. Students also have access to an HP printer with complimentary printing access. This lab is priviledge to music majors and minors primarily and located within the Presser student lounge.


Our outdoor atrium is open to students all semester long for studying, relaxation, and immersiveness in nature without having to go far from Presser Hall. Students often enjoy spending time here with friends between class meetings.