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Ed Landreth Hall and Auditorium

With ornate stone carvings and rose marble panels, Ed Landreth Hall is built in the neo-Georgian style. The 79,300 square-foot facility contains classroom, practice and rehearsal areas. The 1,200-seat auditorium, the original home of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, is a venue for student, faculty and guest performances. E.A. Landreth, a Fort Worth oilman, served as TCU Trustee from 1940 to 1960.

2800 South University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76109

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Academics, On Campus

Upcoming Events

Please join the School of Music for the TCU Wind Symphony and Symphonic band concert. Bobby Francis and Brian Youngblood, conductors. Due to the current...

2/7 7 pm

Please join the School of Music for the Concerto Competition Concert. TCU Symphony Orchestra, German Gutierrez, conductor. Due to the current Tarrant...

2/8 7 pm

Please join the School of Music for the TCU Strings Orchestra Concert. German Gutierrez, conductor. Event Live Stream

3/1 7 pm

Join us for an exciting, live performance of premiere contemporary and classical dance works, created or staged by TCU faculty and guest artists. Masks are...

3/31 7:30 pm

Join us for an exciting, live performance of premiere contemporary and classical dance works, created or staged by TCU faculty and guest artists. Masks are...

4/1 7:30 pm

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Recent Activity

Deb Rich left a positive review 6/13/2021

Astonishing young talent.

Rana Limbo left a positive review 6/13/2021

This was an excellent musical experience. I appreciated multiple cameras to give several views of the musicians.

Tom Baden left a positive review 6/13/2021

Our grandson was one of the performers. That, of course, colors our "it was great" review. The only problem with the speaker's microphone ... not loud enough for our old ears to hear. On the other hand, the sound of the pianos came through loud and clear.

Carol Wazlavek left a positive review 6/6/2021

This was great fun to watch! Too bad they can't all win and have that experience of playing with an orchestra. Everyone needs to learn to take their applause with grace, and to thank their accompanist (just a few did). This is a nightmare for any accompanist, I understand that Mei Li only had a week's notice...so kudo's to her. I'd like the name of the energy drink that got her through 17 concertos.