Department of Music activities are housed primarily in the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Music and Communication, located in the southwest quadrant of the campus. (see campus map).
The center contains a 221-seat recital hall, considered by many to be the finest performance hall of its size in the state. The hall is also the center for Harding's recording activities.
The instrumental hall houses the band and orchestra programs; most choral activities take place in the choral hall. The omni room is used for choral and small vocal ensemble rehearsals, music appreciation classes, and music methods classes.
The music wing also contains a 12-station Kawai electronic piano laboratory and a six-station music computer laboratory that features Macintosh computers and Yamaha keyboards.
In addition to rehearsal halls and classrooms, the Reynolds Center includes a full complement of practice rooms with electronic, upright, and grand pianos and Smart Music capabilities.
Besides the Reynolds Center, the department uses the 3,686-seat Benson Auditorium and the 972-seat Administration Auditorium.