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The Dieterle Vocal Arts Center, commonly referred to as DVAC, was originally called Schmidlapp Hall. It was the university's gymnasium and athletic facility prior to the construction of the Armory Field House in 1954 and then was used by the ROTC program. DVAC is now the center of nearly all choral and vocal activity at CCM. Voice studios, coaching studios, accompanying studios, and choral rehearsal rooms are the main occupants of the building.
The CCM Village is equipped with state of the art classroom, studio and performance facilities, which are housed in four buildings: Dieterle Vocal Arts Center Memorial Hall The Corbett Center for the Performing Arts Mary Emery Hall Tickets for all CCM performances are available through the CCM Box Office at (513) 556-4183.
At the south end overlooking Nippert Stadium, is the Dieterle Building. Formerly a women’s gymnasium for the university, the Dieterle Vocal Arts Center.