Whether performing on recital, recording your grad school audition or researching a topic from one of the nation’s top research music libraries, you’ll find first-rate facilities within our department. Our home is the Homozel Mickel Daniel Music Building and adjacent Nan Trammell Herring Music Pavilion. Wrapped around the resplendent Daniel Recital Hall, the connected buildings house two large rehearsal halls, six multi media classrooms, two organ practice rooms, two keyboard labs, a multitude of practice rooms and faculty studios as well as the Robert J. Maxwell Music Media Center and Library.
Daniel Recital Hall is our premier acoustic recital venue with adjustable ceiling acoustic panels and advanced energy-efficient LED lighting.
Dedicated in 1998, this technology-filled addition to the Daniel Music Building serves multiple purposes.
McAlister Auditorium is not only our largest performance hall, seating almost 2000 patrons, but also houses several faculty studios, the instrumental music library and two percussion studios.
Recognized as one of the most iconic buildings on campus, the Charles E. Daniel Memorial Chapel is more than a place of spiritual refreshment, it is also home to Furman's Hartness tracker organ built by C.B. Fisk in 2013.
One of the extra benefits of studying music at Furman is our in-building music research library, listening lab, reference center and full-featured digital workstation / recording control booth.
Unlike other universities that boast having access to an outdoor venue, our amphitheater is actually on our campus.