The UNT College of Music's six-building complex, located in the heart of UNT's campus on Avenue C, is home to one of the nation’s largest music schools. The current Music Building was built originally as a two-story classroom, concert hall, and office structure in 1960. In the 1978, Kenton Hall and a rehearsal hall were added. A major renovation completed in 1979 added recital halls, rehearsal halls, dozens of office, classroom, computer and rehearsal spaces in addition to an intermedia theater. In 1999, the Murchison Performing Arts Center, located on the west end of UNT's campus on North Texas Blvd., added the Winspear Performance Hall and the Lyric Theater. In 2009, the Recital Hall received new curtains, chairs, and carpet, improving its acoustics. 2010 saw the complete renovation of the Concert Hall into Voertman Hall, an intimate performance venue with state-of-the-art lighting and audio systems.