Vision. Passion. Permanence.

In the early 1980’s when professor Jeff Haskell helped bring the first professional 24-track recording studio to the basement of the UA School of Music building—time shifted.

This video was written and directed by UA School of Music Alum Dan Kruse.
Shot and edited by Bob Demers of Community Storytelling Arts.

Three decades later, Jeff’s vision and passion for music has helped the School develop one of the finest music industry education programs in the United States and house one of the busiest university-based recording studios.

Jeff has retired from the UA School of Music but his impact is evident on every track that’s laid down in the studio and in every budding musician working until the wee hours to get it just right.

By making a gift to the endowment, you honor Jeff’s commitment and indelible contribution to the School and its’ students—and help ensure the studio stays live for generations of musicians to come.

The investment . . . It’s time . . . . 

Consider Jeff’s Impact

—or your University of Arizona Recording Studio experience—on your life and career.
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One-time gifts or multi-year payments are all welcome. Safe, secure, and tax-deductible through the UA Foundation.
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It’s Timeless

Your gift will help keep the recording studio available to generations of Wildcats to come.
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UA Foundation

For more information on the UA School of Music or the Jeff Haskell Recording Studio Endowment, please contact the College of Fine Arts Development office.

Development Office

Lisa Comella

Joe Swinson