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Roanoke Symphony Orchestra returns for a sold out holiday celebration!

Roanoke Symphony Orchestra conductor David Stewart Wiley, a middle aged white man with medium length grey hair, smiles widely while he lifts both arms overhead, one holding his baton. He wears a brown suit jacket and red button down shirt.

10 years of the moss arts center

Explore Our History

When the late Charles W. Steger became president of Virginia Tech in 2000, he announced his desire to enhance the presence and practice of the arts on campus. As we celebrate our 10th anniversary season, we look back at the creativity, culture, and community over the years.


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    Deantoni Parks , article

    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 7 and 9 PM: Using the creative moniker “Technoself,” experimental composer and percussionist Deantoni Parks blends technology, hip-hop, sampling, and electronica to create fascinating sonic experiences covering a variety of progressive styles.

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    Roanoke Symphony Orchestra , article

    SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 4 PM: Mark your calendars! This much-anticipated audience favorite returns to the Moss, filling the Fife with holiday cheer as only the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and its "Holiday Pops" program can.

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    Blacksburg Master Chorale , article

    SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 4 PM: The New River Valley’s own Blacksburg Master Chorale is joined by a professional orchestra and soloists to present one of the most iconic works of the holiday season, Handel’s "Messiah."


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    william cordova , article

    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21-SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17: william cordova examines the visual aspects of transition and displacement, studying the evolution and adaptation of objects and perception across time and space.

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    Laurie Steelink , article

    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21-SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17: Exploring connections to her Native American roots, multidisciplinary artist Laurie Steelink creates assemblages of found objects and reassembled paintings to question authenticity and consider spirituality.