|History of the Campuses and Buildings of the University of Rochester|
|United States Hotel||Prince Street Campus||Eastman School of Music||Medical Center||River Campus||Mid-Campus||South Campus||Mt. Hope Campus||Graduate, Family and Veteran Housing||Central Utilities||Other Off-Site Buildings|
|Eastman School of Music||Messinger Hall|
|Messinger Hall, from Rochester
The building at 10 Gibbs Street was bought by the Eastman School of Music in 2003 using $1 million donated by Martin E. Messinger, member of the ESM Board of Managers and also a University of Rochester Trustee and alumni. The building houses the Eastman Community Music School. In October 2005 the building was named Messinger Hall in memory of Messinger's mother, Anne Waltuck Messinger. .
2004 "Eastman program on the move," Democrat and Chronicle, May 5, 2004, Page 1C.
music school tunes up for Gibbs St. space," Democrat and
Chronicle, October 22, 2005, Page 2B.
The building was purchased in 2003 with $1 million donated by Martin E. Messinger, a former student.
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