The Butler University Schrott Center for The Performing Arts, designed by Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects, is earning high praises from experts and user groups alike. Robert Grechesky, professor of music and director of bands at Butler University, said “The Schrott Center is perfect for virtually every musical ensemble we have in the JCA. A magnificent shell, great lighting, and an aesthetically beautiful hall will make for a great concert experience for performers and listeners alike. The acoustics are clear and present but with a warmth that is uncharacteristic of most halls this size. It is truly one of the finest concert halls in Indiana, bar none.”
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