Tanna Schulich Hall
Tanna Schulich Hall is named after music lover and amateur violinist, Tanna Schulich, wife of Seymour Schulich. It is an intimate 185 seat recital and lecture hall that features wood panels shaped to enhance sound creating amazing acoustics. The ambiance of Tanna enhances both learning and the joy of either making or listening to music the way it should be heard.
(McGill Metro - University St. exit)
Located between University St. and Alymer St.
Once inside the New Music Building (527 Sherbrooke St. West), please take the elevator to the 2nd floor.
As of May 28, 2010, parking availability was substantially reduced, vehicular circulation limited and deliveries to several buildings restricted to 7:00 am - 11:00 am., Monday to Friday, on McGill’s Downtown Lower Campus and in the pedestrian zone of McTavish Street. The plans have been designed to ensure parking and transportation services for persons with disabilities continue to be available and accessible. The University will be evaluating traffic and pedestrian circulation over the summer, collecting feedback and implementing permanent solutions in the early fall.
For further information, visit the McGill Parking website , or call 514-398-4559.