The Kent Blossom Music Festival is located on the Center for the Performing Arts at the Kent State University Kent Campus in Kent, Ohio.
Center for the Performing Arts
The Center for the Performing Arts houses most of the facilities for the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music including classrooms, rehearsal halls, faculty studios, and administrative offices. The building also houses facilities such as the Roe Green Center for the School of Theatre and Dance, E. Turner Stump Theatre, and the Wright-Curtis Theatre.
University Auditorium in Cartwright Hall
This facility houses the on-campus performances of our large ensembles and is located at 650 Hilltop Drive. Parking is available off of Terrace Drive.
Ludwig Recital Hall
Ludwig Recital Hall is an intimate facility where most student and faculty recitals are held, as well as performances of the School of Music's smaller ensembles. Ludwig Recital Hall is located within the Center for the Performing Arts.
Performing Arts Library
The Performing Arts Library is located in the ground level of the Center for the Performing Arts building, Room D-003.
Severance Hall serves as the home of The Cleveland Orchestra for concerts, rehearsals, and administration.
Blossom Music Center
Blossom Music Center has provided an inviting and gracious summer home for The Cleveland Orchestra since it opened in 1968.
The Hudson Library & Historical Society is a vital cultural and educational institution which is considered by many to be a “community treasure.”
Murphy Auditorium is located on the second floor of the Kent State University Museum at 515 Hilltop Drive, Kent, OH 44240.
Laurel Lake Retirement Community
Our Festival enjoys sharing music with our neighboring communities. Laurel Lake is an active retirement community in Hudson, Ohio located at 200 Laurel Lake Dr. Hudson, Ohio 44236. Laurel Lake has a beautiful concert auditorium with a grand piano and guests are welcome to attend our concerts each summer.
Reed Memorial Library
The Reed Memorial Library is located at 167 East Main St. in Ravenna, Ohio. This historic venue serves 20,000 people in Ravenna City and the Township.