• Theatre Re: "The Nature of Forgetting"

        featuring=Conceived and directed by Guillaume Pigé`date=Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 7:30 PM`desc=Through physical theatre and compelling live music, “The Nature of Forgetting” tells the story of Tom, a middle-aged father struggling in the early stages of dementia, with creativity, joy, and heartache.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=39C3ED78-9BEC-445B-95C5-51BD4DBDCE17

      • Martha Redbone: "Roots Project"

        date=Friday, November 30, 2018, 7:30 PM`desc=Martha Redbone, one of the most vital voices in American Roots music, is a multi award-winning musician celebrated for her tasty gumbo of roots music.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=EA4DB9CC-5580-48C0-977E-708800EABD26

      • "Evita"

        featuring=Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice`date=Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=This blockbuster musical shows both the righteous determination, and the ruthless power, of Argentina’s 20th-century matriarch, María Eva Duarte de Perón.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=5FAE54DC-DAE4-45A4-A7EE-2406645FC648

      • Cirque Éloize: "Saloon"

        date=Wednesday, January 30, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Swing open the saloon doors, belly up to the bar, and lasso up some fun for the entire family.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=68906102-3110-4713-822E-0D634227668F

      • Sounds of China

        featuring=Ma Jiuyue, composer and director`date=Saturday, February 2, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Composer Ma Jiuyue incorporates a wide variety of ideas, mixing in bits of new age, pop, progressive rock, jazz, and cinematic grandeur for this highly polished ensemble from Beijing.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=61954F16-1C62-4DB8-B062-8F891EFC045A

      • John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble

        date=Sunday, February 10, 2019, 7 PM`desc=Drummer and composer John Hollenbeck is one of the rare artists who has mastered the tradition of big band composition while crossing aesthetic boundaries and speaking directly to the time we live in today.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=035E7118-B409-4D45-90C3-0D9F94905C5A

      • Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet

        featuring=Michael Hasel, flute; Andreas Wittmann, oboe; Walter Seyfarth, clarinet; Fergus McWilliam, horn; and Marion Reinhard, bassoon`date=Friday, February 15, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=On their final North American tour, the ensemble astonishes audiences worldwide with their range of expression, tonal spectrum, and conceptual unity.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=BEC33D1F-F3F9-4D14-8FC8-2152C8D94BBD

      • Czech National Symphony Orchestra: "100 Years of Leonard Bernstein"

        featuring=John Mauceri, conductor, and Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano`date=Friday, February 22, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=We celebrate the legacy of world-renowned American composer, conductor, and pianist Leonard Bernstein with this program commemorating the 100th anniversary of his birth.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=ECED1EDE-12AE-410B-89B8-C2A7C63F9472

      • The TEAM and National Theatre of Scotland: "Anything That Gives Off Light"

        date=Friday, March 1, and Saturday, March 2, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=When the ashes of a legendary social activist and feisty grandmother demand to be laid to rest, the trio of an American woman and two Scotsmen heads off on a transformative journey between the past and present,Scottish Highlands and Appalachian Mountains, in search of a fitting ending.`tickets=https://artscenter.vt.edu/performances/the-team.html

      • Rodgers + Hammerstein's "Cinderella"

        date=Wednesday, March 6, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Rodgers + Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” is the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical from the creators of “The Sound of Music” and “South Pacific” that delights audiences with its contemporary take on the classic tale.

      • Danú: "St. Patrick's Celebration"

        date=Saturday, March 16, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Celebrate St Patrick’s weekend with one of the world’s current leading traditional Irish ensembles.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=3EEDABE5-E41D-4F14-BA1F-C51835BCF29D

      • Zadie Smith, author

        date=Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=”New York Times” bestselling novelist Zadie Smith was born in North London in 1975 to an English father and a Jamaican mother and graduated from Cambridge in 1997.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/seatSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=D3263EEA-C28C-41D9-AF91-21A43BB5B4FD

      • PostClassical Ensemble: "Deep River: The Art of the Spiritual"

        featuring=Kevin Deas, bass-baritone`date=Saturday, March 23, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=PostClassical Ensemble lifts up works deserving greater advocacy, believing that music of consequence should be contextualized in new spaces for audiences, old and new, in search of deeper paths of engagement both intellectual and spiritual.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=40E3D8D7-AA4F-448A-A7F6-E28B26B2AB5E

      • David Roussève/REALITY: "Halfway to Dawn"

        date=Saturday, March 30, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=David Roussève’s latest work is a blend of dance, music, video, text, theatre, and visual design that seeks to redefine biography and find the truth of the life of composer Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington’s main arranger and writing collaborator.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=FB220A28-606B-4F6A-8E7C-388EEB9EC191

      • An Evening with Terry Tempest Williams, author, environmentalist, and activist

        date=Monday, April 1, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Terry Tempest Williams has been called “a citizen writer,” a writer who speaks and speaks out eloquently on behalf of an ethical stance toward life.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/seatSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=C2DD5A25-39AB-4AA8-8350-C23E4B868BAD

      • Australian Chamber Orchestra

        featuring=Richard Tognetti, artistic director, and Inon Barnatan, piano`date=Sunday, April 7, 2019, 4 PM`desc=Internationally renowned for inspired programming and the rapturous response of audiences and critics, the orchestra returns to the Moss Arts Center for their second visit.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=9E253CAD-A549-447E-BB64-DAE75FA55A59

      • Turtle Island Quartet: "Carry Me Home"

        featuring=Cyrus Chestnut, piano`date=Friday, April 12, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Renowned jazz master Cyrus Chestnut and the Grammy-winning Turtle Island Quartet continue their remarkable journey together as they traverse the myriad colors of jazz and beyond.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=E5D3A5EC-DFE2-48AE-9AAC-AEC114BF7C31

      • Fred Hersch, piano; Kurt Elling, vocals; and Kate McGarry, vocals: "Leaves of Grass"

        featuring=Music by Fred Hersch and words by Walt Whitman`date=Friday, April 26, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Jazz composer and pianist Fred Hersch’s “Leaves of Grass” celebrates the life and poetry of the American bard Walt Whitman, whose work redefined American poetry and had a significant, life-affirming impact on Hersch.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=2C941BB5-2A7C-4087-99C1-DCBBBA2218BF

      • Pilobolus: "Shadowland 2: The New Adventure"

        date=Saturday, May 11, 2019, 7:30 PM`desc=Developed in collaboration with “SpongeBob SquarePants” lead writer Steven Banks, the performance tells a love story about two people and their quixotic quest to save an imaginary bird.`tickets=https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/mapSelect.asp?doWork::WSmap::loadMap=Load&createBO::WSmap=1&BOparam::WSmap::loadMap::performance_ids=B1B84E31-3E7A-4D50-9273-5F0556376FED

      • 22 Steps

        date=Ongoing`desc="22 Steps" is an ongoing installation that celebrates the written word.

      • Diana Cooper: "HighWire," 2016

        date=On view through spring 2018`desc=Art, technology, and creativity coalesce in this expansive and inventive visual representation of complex systems, infrastructure, networks, and abstract data.

      • "SWARM"

        date=Wednesday, October 24-Saturday, December 15, 2018`desc=A selection of works from emerging and established artists explores bodies that converge to occupy, invade, or even dominate our airspace.

      • "Multiply"

        date=Wednesday, October 24-Saturday, December 15, 2018`desc=Everyone can be an artist and contribute to creating a one-of-a-kind art installation in the Moss Arts Center’s prime gallery space.