Recording Spaces

Thanks to its very specific construction criteria and the fact that it’s located below ground level, the only sounds to be heard in the Olive Rehearsal Hall (ORH) are those produced by the talented musicians who take its stage. That controlled environment it ideal as a recording venue.

At 3,500 square feet, ORH is the largest venue on campus. It comfortably fits large orchestras and choruses, or can be configured to highlight the acoustics of smaller ensembles. In fact, it can be acoustically modified for various types of recordings.

To reserve Olive Hall for recording, contact Austin Miller at 213-213–4521,

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Thayer Hall, located in our Olive Building, is a musician’s dream venue. Artists and ensembles interested in recording in this facility are treated to state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. A stage of 550 square feet hosts ensembles of various sizes, and the hall features 189 fixed seats.

In addition to recording performances, Thayer Hall also can be utilized for meetings, lectures, workshops, and master classes. It is available Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons during the primary academic year (August through May).

To reserve Thayerl Hall for an recording, contact Austin Miller at 213-213–4521,

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We’re extremely proud that our Zipper Hall is one of the most popular performance halls in Los Angeles. In fact, it’s become a favorite venue for Camerata Pacifica, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Monday Evening Concerts, Lark Musical Society, and Piano Spheres.

The Zipper Hall, which seats 430, is decked out with some of the most modern amenities for a performance space. The hall’s ceiling reaches more than 60 feet above the stage, including 16 feet above an intricate acoustically transparent trellis. The approximately 1,100-square-foot stage sits under nine acoustic “clouds” that project a soft ambient glow. The motorized drapery can be adjusted to enhance different genres. Each detail helps to elevate performances, from auditions to concerts and dance recitals.

The cutting-edge sound equipment permanently stationed in the hall can capture pristine recordings. You can record lectures, meetings, corporate seminars as well as music and dance performances.

To reserve Zipper Hall for recording, contact Austin Miller at 213-213–4521,

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