Burke Hall of Music & Art
Burke Hall was built in 1973 and houses the Denison Museum, a recital hall, and "black box" theater.
Burke Hall’s “New Brutalism” abstract architectural style was introduced in 1951 by the Finnish architect, Alva Aalto.
What's Happening Here
Septura brings together London’s leading players to redefine brass chamber music through the uniquely expressive sound of the brass septet.
The nation's longest-running Jazz Guitar Festival, launched at Denison in 1997 by Tom Carroll, continues to enthrall music-lovers.
Performed by a company of Denison dance students, the concert brings together live music and dance, two forms that are made for each other.
In conjunction with the TUTTI Festival. The Berry Nance Dance Project with the Mark Lomax Trio
Original choreography by dance faculty Sandra Mathern and Michael J. Morris, and Guest Artist CoCo Loupe, performed by thirteen Denison dance students.
For the majority of our students, the arts play an integral role not only in their college experience, but also in the rest of their lives.
Composer and Associate Professor HyeKyung Lee writes for a variety of mediums, mixing styles and collaborating with others to enrich the experience.
During Big Red Weekend, the Black Box Theatre in Burke saw the premiere of not just one production, but three.
Bluegrass music is more than a toe-tapping good time at Denison, it's also one of the first-and finest-academic programs in the nation.