Music Enrichment and Travel Experience
One unique aspect of our degree program is the inclusion of this national and international cultural travel experience. All music degree candidates at Texas Wesleyan are "required" to enjoy this opportunity at least once during their tenure in the program.
|Nicholas Martin Performance Hall
This newly-renovated music rehearsal and performance space is home to many concerts, recitals and university events. With over 600 seats, this facility is acclaimed as the acoustical crown-jewel of east Fort Worth.
|Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building
Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building (1908, enlarged in 1923, remodeled in 2002) includes teaching studios, rehearsal rooms, offices, a music technology center, and the Nicholas Martin Performance Hall.
|Wenger V-Room Practice Suite
The newly-remodeled music practice facilities at Texas Wesleyan employ state-of-the-art sound-proofing technology by the Wenger Corporation. The V-Room enables musicians to "dial in" acoustical soundscapes for practice.
Eunice and James L. West Library (1988) is an 84,400 square foot building housing the University library and special collections, classrooms, Media Services, computer classrooms, Faculty Resource Center, and the Academic Resource Center.
|Law Sone Fine Arts Building
Law Sone Fine Arts Center is housed in the sanctuary of the former Polytechnic Baptist Church (1947). Purchased by the University in 1989, the building has been remodeled for Wesleyan's Theatre program, featuring the Thad Smotherman Theatre, and also houses music rehearsal and practice space.
Students may attend business
classes during the day,
afternoon, evening, and
"The best part of teaching is
interacting with students."
School of Arts & Letters
Location: PUMC 2nd Floor
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm