Llewellyn Hall is one of Canberra's leading performance venues. Named in honour of the founder of the School of Music, Ernest Llewellyn, the hall seats 1,335 people. As well as being used as a performance venue by the School of Music, and the Australian National University more widely, it is the home of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, and the preferred performance venue of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Musica Viva, and many leading national and international artists on tour.
Visitor & Accessibility Information
School of Music Main Building (Building #100)
William Herbert Place, Acton ACT 2601
Llewellyn Hall and the Larry Sitsky Recital Room are located in this building, along with executive and administrative offices. The building also houses the Recording Studio, the Yil Lull Recording Studio, the Keyboard Institute, lecture theatres, rehearsal rooms, teaching studios for Classical staff, staff offices, practice rooms, and a café on the 5th floor.
There is lift access to floors 4, 5 and 6.
Peter Karmel Building (Building #121)
4 Childers Sreet, Acton ACT 2601
The building houses the Big Band Room, the Foster Room, the Percussion Studio, ensemble rooms, teaching studios for Jazz & Contemprorary staff, and practice rooms.
Essential facilities in the School of Music
Services and facilities include first aid, AED defibrillator, hearing safety dispensers, toilets, and a café. Please note that ANU offers free disability parking for those with a valid Australian mobility permit, or an ANU mobility permit.