Welcome to the Massry Center for the Arts, a new showcase for music and the visual arts at The College of Saint Rose. More than an academic facility, the Massry Center is a cultural focal point in the Capital Region, reinforcing once again the College's mission as an engaged urban campus. Featuring the Kathleen McManus Picotte Recital Hall, the Esther Massry Gallery, and the William Randolph Hearst Music Wing, the Massry Center for the Arts serves as the primary venue for concerts and exhibitions by the College’s students and faculty each year, and a performance and exhibition space for talented artists, musicians, vocalists and orchestras from around the world.
Within the Massry Center’s 46,000 square feet of smart classrooms, practice rooms, rehearsal rooms and performance space, the College's music students experience the finest sound quality as they rehearse and perform a wide variety of instrumental and choral works. Students can take advantage of the wireless internet throughout the entire building.