Take a peek at what we have for you in 2019!


As we kick off the New Year and the start of the second half of our season, we have to take a moment to reflect on all of the exciting moments and accomplishments that happened during the beginning of our 2018-2019 season.

Since September, we’ve brought you:

  • Three sold out shows: Itzhak Perlman with Rohan De Silva; An Evening with Bela Fleck, Zakir Hussain, and Edgar Meyer; and Roanoke Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Pops. (Our first Broadway in Blacksburg show of the season, Evita, is also sold out.)
  • Performances with artists from around the world, including Argentina, Cuba, Canada, India, and England.
  • A five-artist exhibition, SWARM, examining the power and beauty of things in flight, along with our first community-created art installation, Multiply.   
  • The very first Arts@VirginiaTech Week, which celebrated the presence of the arts all around campus.
  • Our 5th Anniversary Gala, Callas in Concert, featuring a performance by a holographic version of famed opera star Maria Callas, accompanied by the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra.
  • Engagement experiences with our artists for school-aged children, community members, and Virginia Tech students, including master classes, special performances, panel discussions, and question-and-answer sessions.

We’re excited to share even more arts experiences with you in 2019. Thank you for your support and we hope you continue to go beyond with us.

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Recognition in Moss Arts Center performance programs
Access to season preview and advanced ticket sales  
Special invitation to pre- and post-event activities, exhibition previews, and Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology programs  
Recognition in Virginia Tech's 1872 Society*    
Invitations to artist meet-and-greets, as available    
Recognition at the Moss Arts Center performances or exhibitions (varies)***    

For information about ways to support the Moss Arts Center, please contact Jacob Paul at givetoarts@vt.edu or 540-231-0845.


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