The conservatorium houses the Endler Concert hall equipped with a Marcussen tracker-action organ with 44 stops, three manuals and pedal. The Fismer Hall, a smaller concert hall with loose seating. The Jannasch Lecture Hall, an intimate auditorim that is fed directly from the main foyer. The Behrens Foyer is a wide open space illuminated with natural light and feed the Endler, Fismer and Jannasch venues. The Complex also boasts lecture halls, recording studios and practice rooms.


Venue Use

  • Concerts
  • Award ceremony
  • Graduations
  • Conferences
  • Theatre productions
  • Receptions
  • Exhibitions
  • Cocktail function
  • Classes
  • Conference break out rooms



Amenities and Services Available

  • Kitchen
  • Cocktail foyer
  • Air-conditioning
  • WiFi
  • Parking
  • Lift
  • Projector and screen
  • Scenic Views

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you

021 808 9195

The “South African Conservatorium of Music”, as the Department was then known, was founded in 1905 by Friedrich Wilhelm Jannasch, Hans Endler and several other renowned musicians. Initially, the Conservatoire was run as a private institution and focused on the training of music teachers and church organists. In 1934 it was taken over by Stellenbosch University and from then on it became a fully-fledged university department with an ever widening scope of musical training, performance activities and research.


Coetzenburg, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, 7600