Serkin Center for the Performing Arts

Function: Performing Arts

The newest academic building at Marlboro, the Rudolf and Irene Serkin Center for the Performing Arts honors the legendary pianist and director of the Marlboro Music Festival, Rudolf Serkin, and his wife Irene. The building contains a huge dance studio, a digital recording studio and electronic music lab, rehearsal rooms, a listening library, and classrooms. It also contains the 125-seat, acoustically engineered Ragle Hall, providing a showcase for lectures and smaller concerts.

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Rudolf and Irene Serkin Center for the Performing Arts

Ragle Hall

This acoustically outstanding auditorium is a popular venue for musical events.

Serkin Center campus entrance

Serkin Dance Hall