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Performances

Explore the list of performances presented by the Moss Arts Center below. To see all events happening in the Moss Arts Center, including guest-presented events, visit our calendar.

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February

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    "An Evening with Elizabeth Kolbert" , article

    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 7:30 PM: Journalist and "New Yorker" staff writer Elizabeth Kolbert traveled from Alaska to Greenland, visiting top scientists to get to the heart of the debate over global warming.

March

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    Meshell Ndegeocello , article

    FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 7:30 PM: Traversing soul, R&B, jazz, hip-hop, and rock, Grammy winner Meshell Ndegeocello’s work is bound by the search for love, justice, respect, and resolution.

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    Sō Percussion with Caroline Shaw and special guest Shodekeh , article

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 7:30 PM: Multi-genre quartet Sō Percussion joins forces with two preeminent collaborators for an evening of music bridging the worlds of classical and pop.

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    Las Cafeteras , article

    TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 7:30 PM: East Los Angeles Chicano indie-folk band Las Cafeteras has taken the music scene by storm with its infectious live performances, crossing many genres and borders along the way.

April

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    Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain , article

    THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 7:30 PM: Featuring only ukuleles and the voices of its performers, the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain returns for an unforgettable evening.

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    "Music on Mondays": Barbara Nissman, piano , article

    MONDAY, APRIL 8, 8 PM: West Virginia artist Barbara Nissman connects — not only with the music and its composer, but the composer to the listener — touching souls in the process. Nissman makes music relevant.

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    Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo , article

    SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 7:30 PM: An inspired blend of dance and impeccable humor, the world-class parody ballet company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo makes its Southwest Virginia debut.

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    "Small Island, Big Song" , article

    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 7:30 PM: In this inspiring multimedia concert confronting climate change, artists from Pacific and Indian Ocean nations unite to blend traditions and create music celebrating the ways we are all connected. The result is a breathtakingly beautiful sound made by those who sing for the seas.

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    Bamberg Symphony , article

    FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 7:30 PM: With a musical lineage stretching back to the 18th and 19th centuries — to Mahler and Mozart — Germany’s Bamberg Symphony is a favorite around the world, performing over 7,000 concerts in more than 60 countries and over 500 cities.

May

July

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    Celebrating 20 Years of the Crooked Road , article

    FRIDAY, JULY 12, 7:30 PM: Join dozens of Crooked Road artists in a celebration of song, dance, and craft from central Appalachia. Sing, clap, and even dance along on this cultural expedition as it explores the diverse musical offerings of Southwest Virginia.

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     A young white female student employee scans the ticket of a young Asian man as he enters the performance hall at the Moss Arts Center.
    Ticket Information

    Learn more about ticketing at the Moss Arts Center.

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     Panoramic picture of the Moss Arts Center's Anne and Ellen Fife theatre. Image is from the rear of the Orchestra level; the seats are empty, and the red curtain covers the stage.
    Seating Charts

    View seating charts for the Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre in the Street and Davis Performance Hall.

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     A School of Performing Arts student, a Black man with short hair and a short goatee in a tuxedo, performs in the Wind Ensemble
    School of Performing Arts

    We're proud to host performances from the talented students, faculty, and special guests of Virginia Tech’s School of Performing Arts. Learn more here.

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     Philip Glass Ensemble plays on the Anne and Ellen Fife stage. All musicians wear black; Philip Glass conducts; and there is a projection of a sunset behind them.
    Past Performances

    Explore a list of the past performances at the Moss Arts Center.