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Completed on August 24, 1963, the Auditorium of the College of Music was built jointly by the University of the Philippines and the United States Agency for International Development. Its goals were to serve as a recital space for the college students and faculty, and to provide a place for listening to music interpreted by local and visiting artists. The Abelardo Hall Auditorium has an orchestra pit for 45 musicians, is air-conditioned, has a comfortable seating arrangement for 506, and is credited to have one of the best acoustical environments for performances in the country. It provides a convenient venue for recitals, concerts, and theater and dance presentations performed by students, faculty, alumni of the college, as well as visiting artists of national and international stature. It has also provided a perfect setting for numerous symposia, workshops, masterclasses, and seminars handled by acknowledged experts in the field, the field of music and dance
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The Abelardo Hall Auditorium is open for reservations. Interested parties may either write a letter of intent addressed to Dean Jose S. Buenconsejo, Ph.D., or through the College Secretary, Prof. Gemma T. Malicdem. further inquiries can be made at 929-6963 / 926-0026 / 981-8500 loc. 2629

 

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Important Announcements

Requests for delayed taking of any entrance requirement will be on a case to case basis depending on the reason. The final decision rests on the College of Music. Please write a formal letter of request for re-scheduling to the College Secretary's Office thru Ms. Connie Rongavilla.