Join us for a special series of events featuring notable artists live from their homes and studios. Not another livestream or pre-recorded performance that’s widely available to everyone, this series is exclusive to the Moss Arts Center and designed specifically to be presented online. Get up close and personal with the artists during performances and conversations and learn more about them and their work through moderated discussions and questions and answers from the audience—all from the comfort of your own home. Grab your favorite snack, kick back, and settle in. You’re guaranteed to have a front row seat.
Tickets go on sale online beginning Friday, August 7, and in person Wednesday, August 12. A recording of each event will remain available to ticket holders for seven days following the live event.
$10 individual tickets for each Moss HomeStage series event:
- Wed., Aug. 26: A Conversation with SNL's Bowen Yang
- Sun., Sept. 13: Pianist Gabriela Montero, Live from Barcelona
- Fri., Sept. 25: Leyla McCalla, Live from New Orleans
- Fri., Oct. 9: A Piano, a Song, and a Pink Martini, Thomas Lauderdale and China Forbes
- Mon., Oct. 12: And So We Walked, DeLanna Studi and the Trail of Tears
- Fri., Oct. 23: The Treasures of Fiddlers Mark and Maggie O’Connor
- Fri., Nov. 6: Javaad Alipoor, The Believers Are But Brothers
Virginia Tech Student Tickets
All HomeStage events are free for all Virginia Tech students, but you must register for each event using your vt.edu email address, year, and major.
$60 Fall Access Pass
Tune in for all of our online performances this fall. Get full access to all seven events in the Moss HomeStage series.
$100 Fall Access Fan(fare)
Enjoy full access to all events in the Moss HomeStage series and provide added support for the Moss Arts Center. This purchase does not count as a tax-deductible gift with Virginia Tech Foundation, but you will have the opportunity to be recognized in our 21-22 season programs.
Why We Are Charging for Tickets
We realize that there are many arts opportunities available online right now, many of them free. We’re charging for tickets to some of our online events this fall to help offset artist fees. The artists we’re presenting in the HomeStage series have worked with us to create tailored, special events for us to share exclusively with you. Artists around the world have been hit hard by the cancellation of their tours and performances due to COVID-19. We’re lending our support by paying artist fees for opportunities such as these, and your ticket purchases help make it all possible.