Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall

Built in neoclassical style, the Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall is one of the oldest recital halls in America. With a split-level orchestra floor and small balcony, it seats 625. Friedberg Hall is used for large ensemble concerts including the Peabody Symphony Orchestra's, operas, student and faculty recitals, and dance performances.

Hilda and Douglas Goodwin Recital Hall

Located within the Leakin Hall building and seating approximately 200, Goodwin Recital Hall provides an intimate space for chamber music, student recitals, and master classes. A restored tapestry displayed on the west wall is part of a set made for the Spanish crown in about 1600.

Leith Symington Griswold Hall

Griswold Hall, on the second floor of the Conservatory, is an elegant venue for organ recitals, chamber music, and other events, with room to seat 150 people. Peabody’s magnificent 16th-century Flemish tapestry adorns one wall, and the frieze around the ceiling is a replica of the one at the Parthenon in Greece. The custom-built, 3,000-pipe Holtkamp organ was installed in 1998.

Joe Byrd Hall

Joe Byrd Hall, named to honor the Peabody alumnus and jazz bassist, is a flexible, multi-purpose space home to jazz concerts and other events at Peabody.

Cohen-Davison Family Theatre

Located on Mount Vernon Place, this 100-seat theater is used for recitals, auditions, classes, lectures, and meetings. Acoustical treatments in the room include curtains that can be drawn along three walls for various effects.

Centre Street Performance Studio

Created in 2014 as a venue for Conservatory students to gain hands-on producing and programming experience, the Centre Street Performance Studio features state-of-the-art sound and recording equipment and can seat and audience of up to 49.