The Moss Arts Center communications team is available to assist with media inquiries, including arranging facility tours, coordinating interviews, and providing high-resolution photography of our facility, as well as our performers and exhibitions.
Reporters are welcome to attend our events, but will need to request a ticket at least 48 hours in advance. Media tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please direct any media-related inquiries to:
Associate Director of Communication
Article Item‘Andares’ explores the realities Indigenous people face at the crossroads of modern life and tradition , article
With a live musician and inspired actors, the play reveals the extraordinary spirit of Mexico’s remote corners. The Moss Arts Center presents two performances on Wednesday, Oct. 12, and Thursday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
Article ItemFormidable singer, musician, and storyteller Rhiannon Giddens performs with collaborator Francesco Turrisi , article
Co-founder of the Grammy Award-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, Giddens creates music that excavates the past and reveals bold truths about the present. She and Turrisi perform at the Moss Arts Center on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 7:30 p.m.
Article ItemNew Center for Rural Education to focus on educational equity , article
As the founding director of the center, Amy Price Azano has studied how structural challenges related to poverty and educational inequities can adversely affect rural schools and communities. As a first-generation college student from a rural community, Azano understands these challenges both professionally and personally but also believes in the power and promise of rural schooling.
Article ItemJazz supergroup reunites for ‘A MoodSwing Reunion’ , article
Acclaimed saxophonist Joshua Redman joins pianist Brad Mehldau, bassist Christian McBride, and drummer Brian Blade for an unforgettable performance of new material and signature work at the Moss Arts Center on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7:30 p.m.
Article ItemFiddle sensation Eileen Ivers brings traditional Irish music to life , article
Experience a whirling, upbeat evening celebrating the influences of Celtic tradition with Ivers and her band, Universal Roots, at the Moss Arts Center on Friday, Sept. 16, at 7:30 p.m.
Article ItemFree outdoor concert features Afro-Cuban music star Cimafunk , article
One of Latin music’s most electrifying new performers, Cimafunk brings a mix of funk, Cuban music, and African beats to the Moss Arts Center lawn on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 6 p.m.
Article ItemCube Fest 2022 offers stellar sonic adventures , article
With events Friday, Aug. 19, through Sunday, Aug. 21, Cube Fest presents the latest innovations in sound and musical composition. These works can only be properly experienced in one place in the entire world — the Cube.
Article ItemMoss Arts Center launches its 2022-23 season , article
Tickets are now available for a dynamic lineup of performances, including jazz and global beats, classical music favorites, family-friendly cirque selections, transformative dance and theatre works, and spectacular Broadway productions.
Article ItemBroadway returns to Blacksburg , article
The Moss Arts Center presents two Broadway favorites: the adventure-filled “Anastasia” and the beloved, Tony Award-winning “Hairspray.” Tickets are available beginning Thursday, Aug. 4, with subscribers receiving special presale access.
Article ItemEnglish instructor's efforts are a win for individuality in the classroom , article
Katherine Hall works to create an environment that is welcoming and equitable for all. For these efforts, she received the 2022 Sally Bohland Award for Exceptional Leadership in Access and Inclusion.
Article ItemConcert brings together the area’s finest old-time, bluegrass, and heritage musicians and dancers , article
Celebrate the vibrant cultural traditions of Southwest Virginia with music, singing, storytelling, flatfooting, and square dancing at the Moss Arts Center on Friday, July 8, at 7:30 p.m.
Article ItemMore than music, the New Virginians made friendships for life , article
Virginia Tech students performed as singers and dancers and served as technical and support staff for a traveling musical revue that delighted audiences across the country and inspired connections that would last for decades.