The Marvin Laser Recital Hall

Marvin Laser Recital Hall

The Marvin Laser Recital Hall, named after the founding dean of the College of Humanities & Fine Arts (now the College of Arts & humanities), was dedicated on March 13, 1992.  The 125 seat venue was built so that the university's music majors would have a place to perform recitals, small chamber concerts, etc.  In 2017, the Marvin Laser Recital Hall began an 18-month renovation to transform the space into a 133 seat state-of-the-art performance space and screening room.  It is one of the nicest and most technologically advanced recital halls in the CSU system.  

Marvin Laser Recital Hall seats Marvin Laser Recital Hall stage Marvin Laser Recital Hall side view MLRH Seats and Stage Back of MLRH