Crawford Hall, a 590-seat concert auditorium, houses the Sarah
Graham Kenan Organ (designed specifically for Crawford Hall by Charles
Fisk), a Dowd harpsichord, a Hamburg Steinway concert grand piano, and
a Baldwin concert grand piano.
Crawford Hall is the oldest performance venue on the UNC School of
the Arts campus and has the largest audience capacity. It originally
served as the Gray High School auditorium. Today Crawford Hall is one
of the principle venues of the School of Music. Each Wednesday during
the academic year the School of Music produces an hour long program of
the finest student performers. The hall is also used for student
recitals, master classes and workshops. Crawford Hall is also the only
on-campus venue large enough to accommodate orchestral performances.