Wright Auditorium

Wright Auditorium
Phone: 252-328-6269
A historic landmark on campus, Wright Auditorium hosts symphonies, plays, concerts, and dance performances throughout the year.

Wright Auditorium also houses the Dean of Students Office and the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.

Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Phone

252-328-6269

Upcoming Events

CET Recognition Ceremony

College of Engineering and Technology Recognition Ceremony for the college's majors.

12/16 2pm
2017 MLK Celebration with keynote: Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

Dr. Marc Lamont Hill will provide the keynote adress "Building Community in an Hour of Chaos" for the 2017 MLK Celebration. Free tickets may be picked up at...

1/19/2017 7pm
Alice in Wonderland

Rich with symbolism, Alice’s surreal adventures in Wonderland impart lessons about growing up. Meet the Queen of Hearts, the Mad Hatter, the wise caterpillar...

1/20/2017 7pm
Keith Wailoo, 2016-17 Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series Brewster History Lecturer

Keith Wailoo Townsend Martin Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University "Pain: A Political History" January 31, 2017 | 7:00 pm |...

1/31/2017 7pm
National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine

With more than 100 recordings to their credit since 1993, the NSOU is considered to be one of the finest symphony orchestras in Europe. Prokofiev,...

2/2/2017 8pm

Recent Events

Bandorama Concert

11/15/2016

The Other Mozart

11/10/2016

Recent Activity

Michael Cotter

Michael Cotter left a positive review 12/2/2016

Great performances; good arrangements. Personable MC, with good rapport with audience. Good performances by sax and trumpet sections. I also liked the singer's performance of "Stella" and the alto sax backup.

Alexandria Harbor

Alexandria Harbor left a review 11/10/2016

When going I did not know what to expect. There was not a lot of action or as much music as I thought. It is the story of Mozart's sister Maria. It is a good story however, it is a beautiful example of how far women have progressed in society. If you love history especially music history than I would recommend if. If not do not bother. It is good in my opinion but I like history. If you don't you will not like this.

Alexandria Harbor

Alexandria Harbor left a review 11/10/2016

When going I did not know what to expect. There was not a lot of action or as much music as I thought. It is the story of Mozart's sister Maria. It is a good story however, it is a beautiful example of how far women have progressed in society. If you love history especially music history than I would recommend if. If not do not bother. It is good in my opinion but I like history. If you don't you will not like this.

Brooklyn Teel

Brooklyn Teel left a positive review 10/3/2016

It was absolutely amazing! It was one of the most moving performances that I had ever experienced!

Michael Cotter

Michael Cotter left a positive review 4/22/2016

Great! Enjoyed seeing Bobby Watson and his playing with the "A" Band as well as hearing the soloists and the Billy Taylor Combo. It started late, though, and the audience was restless.

Michael Cotter

Michael Cotter left a positive review 4/15/2016

Very good. The soloist did a good job with what might be a difficult piece. I also liked hearing the New World Symphony in person instead of listening to it on the radio.

Jordan Lewis

Jordan Lewis left a positive review 3/30/2016

It was my first time going the Vagina Monologues and I can't wait to see another performance. The woman performing it did such a good job and really conveyed the emotion.

Nolasco Monk

Nolasco Monk left a review 1/20/2015

Not what I thought to have gained from this event. She told a good story but it just did not appeal to me nor motivate me for what I thought should have to be a MLK celebration event.

Joani Zary

Joani Zary left a positive review 4/25/2014

A joy to listen and watch! Di Wu was amazing.

Ronda Burgess

Ronda Burgess left a positive review 1/21/2014

This event was awesome and Hill Harper was an excellent speaker!!