Please note: The ticket office will mail most tickets directly to you. Tickets will be held at the Will Call desk if your order does not arrive in time for mail delivery. Any orders containing student tickets will be held at Will Call. Please bring a valid student ID with you to the performance to claim these student tickets.
As a courtesy to our audience members, we recommend that only children six years of age or older attend Concerts at Bienen performances.
The Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Center for the Musical Arts is situated on the lakefront directly adjacent to Regenstein Hall of Music. The Ryan Center is home to three performance venues: Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall, Shirley Welsh Ryan Opera Theater, and David and Carol McClintock Choral and Recital Room.
Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall
The 400-seat hall, with main floor and balcony seating, features a 40-foot glass wall offering stunning views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline.
Download Galvin Recital Hall Seat Map
Shirley Welsh Ryan Opera Theater
Seating 163, this black box theater is a versatile space for intimate opera performances and recitals.
Download Ryan Opera Theater Seat Map
David and Carol McClintock Choral and Recital Room
Located at the north end of the Ryan Center for the Musical Arts, the space seats 120 and is used for small ensemble performances and student recitals.
Pick-Staiger Concert Hall is a 989-seat hall, with main floor and balcony seating. The main lobby entrance for concerts is on the west side of the building (with revolving and regular doors).
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Regenstein Hall of Music connects directly to the new Ryan Center for the Musical Arts, with two connections between the buildings on each of Regenstein’s three levels. Regenstein Hall contains a 200-seat Master Class Room, which hosts performances, classes, and other events each year.
Cahn Auditorium is the largest performance space on campus, with more than 1,000 seats and an orchestra pit. The venue offers main floor and balcony seating. Larger Bienen School opera productions are held here.
Completed in 1962, this venue houses two chapels: the 700-seat Millar Chapel and the 125-seat Vail Chapel. The Chapel hosts religious services, music performances, lectures, and other events.
Our patrons may mark in the South Campus Parking Garage and the Segal Visitors Center garage south of Pick-Staiger Concert Hall. Parking is free weekdays after 4 p.m. and all day on weekends.