Davidson College Sloan Music Center
Home to the music department, Sloan Music Center is a comprehensive facility that addresses the needs of the one-quarter of the student body involved in musical instruction and performance. It includes classrooms and faculty offices, a music library, performance space, rehearsal rooms and recording studios.
The original Grey Library was built in 1941 and named for Hugh A. and Jane Parks Grey, parents of six Davidson alumni attending Davidson from 1884 to 1907. The west wing was added in 1958 and the building was remodeled and served as the College Union from 1975-2001. In 2002 it was dramatically remodeled as the Sloan Music Center and renamed for Perry A. Sloan, Class of 1939, and his wife Lillie Duke Clements Sloan.
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