Housed in a beautiful historic building in McGill’s lower campus, Redpath Hall plays host to many of our annual ensemble and solo performances. It is a room that combines history with acoustical brilliance, ideally suited for chamber music. The hall boasts a beautiful pipe organ installed in 1981, built by Hellmuth Wolff in the French Classical style..
It’s a welcome destination for a musical escape, whether walking through falling leaves, softly falling snow, or spring evenings, it’s a magical part of the music of Schulich.
McGill Main Campus - located between University St. and Alymer St.
Peel metro - take Metcalfe St. exit
located north of Sherbrooke and Metcalfe
Redpath Hall - south entrance Once inside, please use the elevator under the staircase.
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.