For performance majors, the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center houses six state-of-the-art venues, three of which are used extensively by Music students and ensembles:
Elsie & Marvin Dekelboum Concert Hall the grand performance home of the UM Symphony Orchestra, the Maryland Chorus, the UM Symphonic Wind Ensemble, UM Concert Band, the National Orchestral Institute, and other large ensembles
Joseph & Alma Gildenhorn Recital Hall a visual and acoustical beauty for small ensembles, chamber groups, opera scenes, and student and faculty recitalists
Ina & Jack Kay Theatre an old-Broadway style proscenium theatre hosting full productions of the Maryland Opera Studio, and favored by jazz big bands and large world music ensembles
Additionally, the Robert & Arlene Kogod Theatre, the Dance Theatre, and the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Theatre are used for cross-discipline projects and special events involving Music students & faculty. The Homer Ulrich Recital Hall located in the nearby Tawes Building (former home to the UM School of Music) is also used for student recitals and Music classes.