Western Campus


                                 Presser Hall


- Presser Hall was erected in 1931.

- This building was built for the new music hall and as an auditorium for all large college functions.

- Private lessons were given for piano, voice, organ, and violin.


This building includes eight large studios, classrooms, a music library, reading rooms, and thirty-six practice rooms. 

Significant Events

The Dedication to Presser Hall took place May 27, 1931.

- The Renovations took place in the summer of 2007. 

Fun Facts

For a certain amount of time, Presser Hall was used both by Western College and Miami University.

- Theodore Presser Foundation covered half of all the expenses for the construction of this music hall, Presser Hall. (Hence the name)

- The Department of music inaugurated this building.