A Symphony of Snow 08 January 2014
Snow and ice create an enchanted winter forest of Oberlin College’s reflecting pond and courtyard located next to the Conservatory of Music's central unit. Dedicated in 1964, the Minoru Yamasaki-designed complex includes Bibbins, Robertson, and Warner Concert halls.
Inside, students may choose from more than 150 individual practice rooms as well as swing by reed-making rooms, computer labs, and the conservatory library, among other places. The newest addition to the conservatory, the Bertram and Judith Kohl Building, home for jazz studies, was dedicated in 2010.
Photograph by Emily Peragine '14