Cordiner Hall

 


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Cordiner Hall a 1,400-seat concert auditorium, bears the name of the late Ralph Jarron Cordiner, a 1922 Whitman graduate who was president and CEO of the General Electric Company from 1950 to 1963. Cordiner Hall features a 3,000-pipe custom-built Holtkamp Company organ and a nine-foot Steinway-D grand piano. The Walla Walla Symphony Orchestra calls Cordiner its home, and in addition to the hundreds of lectures, performances, concerts and other events that pack the hall is Opening Convocation, during Orientation.

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