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    Shirlette Ammons , article

    FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 8 PM: Shirlette Ammons is a Durham, North Carolina-based poet, musician, emcee, and film creative whose highly collaborative work defies genre and interrogates her own relationships to gender, Blackness, and Southernness.

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    Sonny Miles , article

    FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 8 PM: Citing gospel, funk, and neo-soul as his biggest influences, Winston-Salem singer and multi-instrumentalist Sonny Miles fuses catchy, relatable lyrics with soulful compositions to create a unique sound.

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    Opera Roanoke and Blacksburg Master Chorale , article

    SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 4 PM: Opera Roanoke, Blacksburg Master Chorale, Virginia Tech Choirs, and the Georgia Boy Choir come together for a production of Benjamin Britten’s "War Requiem."

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    Cécile McLorin Salvant , article

    SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 7:30 PM: MacArthur Fellow and three-time Grammy Award winner, singer, and composer Cécile McLorin Salvant brings historical perspective, a renewed sense of drama, and a clear-eyed take on jazz standards and her own original compositions.

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     Image taken from the Moss Arts Center's front patio looking into the lobby, at evening. The lobby is well lit and full of guests before a performance. The Box Office and Coat Check stations are busy with guests.
    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.