Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

The new Music and Theatre Arts facilities were constructed at the same time at a cost of $2.3 million, with both dedicated on March 3, 1967. The Music Building, shown here shortly after it opened, provided a large instrument room and recital hall in which to rehearse and prepare for concerts, plus seven classrooms. The hall was equipped with a stage and lighting facilities for small chamber music performances, and included a library work room, sixteen practice rooms, storage and repair rooms, a uniform and robe room, and two dressing rooms. These two buildings were the last to be designed by Taylor and Conner.
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