September 7, 2019
Collage 2019 kicks off the new academic year for the UNCG School of Music in spectacular fashion with our 12th Annual Greensboro performance on September 7. Collage is captivating and totally unique, featuring an incredible range of performers presenting one riveting work after another. Over 300 students from the School will perform on the concert, along with many of our world-class faculty members, making this our most spectacular event of the year. With performances taking place all around the auditorium and special lighting effects, it’s a non-stop evening of amazing performances you won’t want to miss!
Collage is always completely sold out, so mark your calendar and plan to get your tickets in advance (all seating is reserved).
All ticket proceeds benefit the School of Music Collage Scholarship Fund.
UNCG Box Office, July 15 – September 7
ONLINE beginning July 15
BY PHONE beginning July 15
Call the UNCG Box Office at 336.334.5789
12:00–4:00 pm — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
9:00–11:00 am — Tuesday and Thursday
Tickets may be ordered directly from ETix customer service by calling 800-514-3849. An additional $2.50 fee will be added to all orders placed directly with ETix.
IN PERSON beginning August 20
Music Building Box Office (100 McIver St)
12:00–1:00 pm and 5:00–6:00 pm, Monday through Friday
Taylor Theatre (406 Tate St)
1:00–5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
Click here to view the UNCG Auditorium seating chart.
Section A – front orchestra, mezzanine
$26 adults, $21 seniors, $16 students
Section B – middle and rear orchestra, lower balcony
$19 adults, $15 seniors, $11 students
Section C – upper balcony
$14 adults, $10 seniors, $7 students
*Ticket prices do not include NC state entertainment tax (6.75%), credit card processing fee, or mailing fee.
The Box Office accepts cash, checks, MasterCard, and Visa. All sales are final. No refunds.
For group tickets, contact the Box office in person or by phone. (Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more).
NOTE: Due to the production design utilizing multiple locations around the auditorium, certain parts of the performance may be out of the direct sightline from seats in each price tier.
Parking is available in any of the three campus parking decks, Oakland, Walker, or McIver, at a rate of $2.00 for the first hour, and $1 per additional hour. Parking is also available in the lot behind the Weatherspoon Art Museum after 5:00 PM, except for spaces designated for the Art Museum. For more parking information, please visit the Parking Operations & Campus Access Management website.
Handicap drop-off and pick-up is located on Tate street in front of the auditorium.