Turner Street Music Hall

Turner Street Music Hall was started with the idea of providing a high quality, auditorium style space for students, performers, and audience members. Located in Wrightstown Wisconsin, it is a converted church that has excellent acoustics, a large stage, versatile lighting, beautiful stained glass windows, and a fully functional pipe organ.


Teaching and Education

Turner Street Music Hall is dedicated to providing individual lessons, ensemble classes, and place for musical community. Students will benefit by having easy and reliable access to the Main Hall for recitals and performances.

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Concerts and Events

The Main Hall is ideal for acoustic and lightly amplified music of all types, and has a seating capacity of 300. Whether you’re looking to perform a concert or come listen to your favorite band, the unique and intimate atmosphere at Turner Street Music Hall is sure to enhance your experience. The Main Hall is perfect for  String Quartets  ~  Jazz Combos  ~  Bluegrass Bands  ~  Chamber Music & Small Orchestras  ~  Unplugged Rock Bands   ~  Choirs  ~  Folk Music Groups  ~  Solo Performances  ~   Student Recitals.

This former church is also an ideal setting for  ~  Weddings  ~   Confirmations  ~  Vow Renewals  ~   Presentations.

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Other services and amenities include a fully finished lower level with kitchen, conference room, large entry foyer, full building accessibility, ample parking with accessible spots, recording, and livestream services.

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Walter C Croll

Walter is the sole proprietor of and driving force behind Turner Street Music Hall. His introduction to music began in Rochester, MN, starting the cello at the age of eight. He soon after took up the banjo, guitar, upright bass, and bass guitar.  At fourteen he started playing with the Zumbro River Rangers, a local Bluegrass group, and began teaching at Loy’s Music in Rochester. His teaching resume also includes several years at The Podium in Minneapolis, MN, and over a decade at Brickhouse Music in River Falls, WI. Throughout the years he has added the violin, viola, dobro, lap steel, ukulele, and mandolin to his musical stable. Walter’s performance experience is diverse, having played in the country band Midnight Sun, the variety band Midnight Express, an original blues music band Blues Rocket, a jazz and originals band Luna & the Sun Brothers, and hundreds of weddings and events. Walter has a B.S. in Music (Viola) and French from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls.