Expansion and Redesign Project Makes Music Building Something to Behold

Article by: Michael Bratten

Del Mar College’s new Fine Arts Music Building expansion serves as a feast for the eyes and ears. An $8.2 million redesign project has transformed the facility into a place where music students are thriving, whether their craft involves playing an instrument or recording sound. 

Fresh architectural elements, new space and up-to-date technology make the expansion something to behold.

To read more about the facility, access and download "Sound Rebirth" by clicking here.

PICTURED: The expanded Fine Arts Music Building glows against the night sky as the newest facility on the College's East Campus.

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