Located on the north-east corner of University Square, near the junction with College Park East, the Music building has been the home of Music at Queen’s since 1967.
The building contains a recital venue, the Harty Room, which, along with the Lecture Room and McMordie Hall, are the rooms where all sessions will take place, except for the plenary lecture and concert, which will take place at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC).
The Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC) is located in Cloreen Park, on the east side of Malone Road, just before Fisherwick Presbyterian Church.
The plenary lecture and concert take place in the Sonic Lab, the groundbreaking centrepiece of the building.
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