Early Music Instruments

Harrison-LeCaine Hall is home to a substantial and impressive collection of early music instruments, on which students are given opportunities to perform.

This stunning collection ranges from recorders, cornetti, crumhorns and shawms to sackbuts, viols and harpsichords, including a harpsichord built by Wolfgang Kater, after an antique Flemish instrument by Blanchet in the Russell Collection as well as a lute, hand crafted by Oskar Graf, after an original 7-course Giovanni Hieber model of 1561.