Loyola University Chicago

Music

Department of Fine and Performing Arts

Performance Venues


Music Performance Venues

The Mundelein Auditorium is located in the Mundelein Center at 1020 W. Sheridan Road.

Constructed as part of the original building, Mundelein Auditorium was constructed in 1930.  Over the years it has been host to numerous events for departments of the university and for student groups. 

Madonna della Strada is located on the southeast side of Loyola's campus. Click here for a map.

While the chapel holds daily masses, the department also uses the space for concerts and dance performances throughout the year.  The Department of Sacramental Life also hosts an organ concert series in the chapel over the course of the year.

The Skowronski Music Hall is a new performance space on the second floor of the Mundelein Center for the Fine and Performing Arts, located at 1020 W. Sheridan Road, featuring newly installed acoustic ceilings, interior architecture, and a piano storage facility. The intimate atmosphere of the hall provides the perfect environment for smaller-scale concerts and recitals.

The Newhart Family Theatre is a part of the Mundelein Center for the Fine and Performing Arts, located at 1020 W. Sheridan Road.

An intimate space, the theatre provides the perfect atmosphere for student performers to engage with the audience. It allows students to experiment with the latest advancements in audio, video, and lighting technologies available. Scenic and costume workshops in Mundelein support the production program in the theatre and provide excellent teaching spaces for building skills in theatre technology.