Eastman School of Music: Kilbourn Hall
Considered by many to be one of the finest chamber music halls in the world, Kilbourn Hall serves as the primary location for faculty, student, and guest artist recitals, chamber music and jazz performances, and opera productions. The hall, which seats over 400 people, is proud to be a venue for the 3rd annual First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival.
Opened in 1924, Kilbourn Hall was built by George Eastman and dedicated to the memory of his mother, Maria Kilbourn Eastman. Three stories high and decorated in the Venetian Renaissance style, the hall is well known for its remarkable beauty, pure acoustics, and excellent sight lines.
Location26 Gibbs St. Kilbourn Hall
Rochester, NY 14604
- Spoken Word
380 seats arranged as Theatre Seating
Proscenium Arch. 34’ (width) x 18’ (depth)
Recital white lighting only. Any additional lighting requirements are the responsibility of the performer and must be agreed upon between the artist and venue prior to contract.
Acoustic Venue. Any additional amplification requirements are the responsibility of the performer and must be agreed upon between the artist and venue prior to contract.
1 dressing room
- Bar: No
- Cafe: No
- Front Staff: Yes
- Technical Staff: Yes
- Stage Management No
- WiFi: Yes
- Tuned Piano: Yes
- Sprung Floor: No