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Performances

September

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    Bandaloop , article

    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18: The side of the Moss Arts Center building becomes a dance floor for BANDALOOP, performers who use dynamic physicality and intricate choreography to change perspectives, inspire wonder, and challenge what is possible.

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    "Welcome to Indian Country" , article

    WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22-THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23: Claiming rich heritage, representation, and contexts both ancient and urban, indigenous artists reveal the power of music and stories in the East Coast premiere of "Welcome to Indian Country," commissioned in part by the Moss Arts Center.

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    Miwa Matreyek , article

    TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28-WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29: Miwa Matreyek interacts with her animations as shadow silhouettes, at the cross-section of the cinematic and theatrical, fantastical and tangible.

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    "Duets" , article

    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 7:30 PM: Savor a rare evening of piano duets with three masters of jazz: Cuban pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés; jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves; and saxophone titan Joe Lovano.

October

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    DeLanna Studi , article

    MONDAY, OCTOBER 11-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14: This powerful one-woman show recounts DeLanna Studi’s incredible 900-mile journey following the footsteps of her ancestors along the Trail of Tears in order to truly understand her own identity and the conflicts of her nation.

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    Imani Winds and Catalyst Quartet , article

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 7:30 PM: Two leading chamber ensembles join forces for an absorbing program highlighting the experience of migration, featuring music written or inspired by migrants and immigrants from the African and Latin diaspora.

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    Pink Martini featuring China Forbes , article

    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 7:30 PM: Always a sold-out party, Pink Martini is inspired by the romantic Hollywood musicals of the 1940s and ‘50s and its sound defies categorization and is guaranteed to get the audience up and dancing in the aisles.

November

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    "An Evening with Jesmyn Ward" , article

    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 7:30 PM: Described as the standout writer of her generation, Ward is the first woman and the first person of color to win two National Book Awards for Fiction. Her novels "Sing, Unburied, Sing" and "Salvage the Bones" build deep empathy for the human condition.

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    Conrad Tao, piano , article

    FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 7:30 PM: Conrad Tao is a leader of the new generation of classical music and has amassed a steady stream of awards and critical acclaim for his performances, compositions, and recordings.

December

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    Roanoke Symphony Orchestra , article

    SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 4 PM: Everyone’s favorite holiday music tradition makes a joyful return to the Moss. With much to celebrate this holiday season, gather your friends and family for a merry musical program for audiences of all ages

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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.