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    School of Performing Arts finds the funny with feminist farce , article

    The School of Performing Arts presents "Or," by Liz Duffy Adams in Squires Studio Theatre Feb 20-24. Tickets are $12 for students/seniors and $15 general admission.

    Date: Feb 13, 2024
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    New Music + Technology Festival continues to showcase artists pushing performance boundaries , article

    The festival will run Sept. 25-27 in the Cube at the Moss Arts Center.

    Date: Sep 19, 2023
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    Innovation and creativity collide in year-long display in Alexandria , article

    A new partnership between Virginia Tech and the City of Alexandria will produce a series of exhibitions, performances, and events beginning this fall.

    Date: Sep 08, 2023
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    School of Performing Arts' fall season offers a variety of music, theatre, cinema , article

    The season begins Aug. 31 and includes performances by students, faculty members, and guest artists.

    Date: Aug 22, 2023
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    Orchestrating a symphony of connections in community music education , video

    The Virginia Tech String Project is a community enrichment program whose mission is to provide string music education for regional students and prepare future music teachers and educators. Their recent 15th anniversary concert at Moss Arts Center and performance of the National Anthem at a Salem Red Sox game are examples of several special events to celebrate Virginia Tech's dedication to leadership in string music education in the state.

    Date: Jun 08, 2023
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    Liminal Spaces: A first-of-its-kind sonic journey through the spaces between , video

    Liminal Spaces is a fully immersive 15-minute sonically-rich, layered audio, spatial experience that was performed inside the Cube at Virginia Tech. A collaboration between Ben Knapp, executive director of the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology (ICAT) and professor of computer science, and Eric Lyon, a music technologist and composer, and professor of composition and creative technologies in the School of Performing Arts, the piece used the one-of-a-kind capabilities of the Cube to completely immerse participants in sound, inviting audience members to experience music in an unprecedented way. Through the piece, audiences explored the time that exists between morning and night, between near and far, between calm and storm. It was a plunge into the time between what was and what comes next. Liminal Spaces is the first piece to make use of a layered immersive spatial audio system, consisting of two high-density loudspeaker arrays (HDLAs): a far-field 140-loudspeaker array (the Cube) and a nearfield 32-loudspeaker array (the Tesseract), coupled with bone conduction headphones. This configuration allowed Ben and Eric to deliver sounds in the range from highly intimate sounds delivered via bone vibrations, all the way to acoustic infinity with the far-field speaker array. A "starburst" array of eight loudspeakers distributed between the Tesseract and the walls of the Cube gave them the ability to explore the liminal spaces between the two main HDLAs. More info:

    Date: May 10, 2023
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    School of Performing Arts' performance of 'Once Upon a Mattress' opens April 13 , article

    The family-friendly musical comedy will run April 13-16 at the Moss Arts Center.

    Date: Apr 05, 2023
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    Virginia Tech Percussion Ensemble to perform with internationally acclaimed percussionist Michael Burritt , article

    The performance is March 26 at 6 p.m. at the Moss Arts Center.

    Date: Mar 17, 2023
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    Virginia Tech Philharmonic curates a space of belonging for student musicians from diverse majors , article

    The Philharmonic performs at the Moss Arts Center on Feb. 24. The program will showcase winners of the recent Virginia Tech Soloist Competition.

    Date: Feb 20, 2023
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    ‘Mosaic for Earth’ to extol world wonders, sustainability with hundreds of Virginia Tech musicians , article

    Featuring 250 musicians from Virginia Tech and across the region, the performance — to be held on April 3 at 7 p.m. in the Moss Arts Center — will both celebrate the planet and encourage action to protect it.

    Date: Mar 30, 2022
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    Celebrating the different cultures that shape Virginia Tech during 1872 weekend , video

    Dr. Menah Pratt-Clarke delivers an original Virginia Tech Sesquicentennial poetry reading at the 1872 celebration. The Council on Virginia Tech History, in conjunction with the More Than a Fraction Foundation (affiliated with the African American descendants of Solitude and Smithfield), hosted musicians, dancers, poets, and community members who unveiled historical markers, performed at Moss Arts Center, and gathered at the Merry Oak to commemorate the 150 years of the university.

    Date: Mar 29, 2022
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    Meet Scientists Working at the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute , video

    <div><div><div><div><div>From cancer cells to human behavior - learn about some of the fascinating, high-impact research that female faculty members at the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute are working on.</div></div></div></div></div>

    Date: Mar 08, 2021
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    Wind Ensemble Turns Campus Into Concert Hall , video

    In lieu of their normal rehearsal and performance spaces the Virginia Tech Wind Ensemble has taken to performing in unique locations throughout campus while filming these performances for a virtual concert experience.

    Date: Nov 04, 2020
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    Marching Virginians find ways to safely perform during COVID , video

    The Marching Virginians put a number of safety measures in place in order to perform during the fall semester.

    Date: Oct 19, 2020
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    HEDY! The Life & Inventions of Hedy Lamarr , video

    Heather Massie, actor and writer, graduated from The Virginia Tech School of the Arts. Massie brings her love for science and her passion for theatre together in the solo-play she wrote and produced, HEDY! The Life & Inventions of Hedy Lamarr.

    Date: Mar 28, 2019
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    Third Coast Percussion teaches area students the science of sound , video

    The arts, science, and technology inform each other in many meaningful ways. The Moss Arts Center offers opportunities for area students to experience the unique relationships between these disciplines through special engagement events with its visiting artists. Watch music ensemble Third Coast Percussion present their WAVES (wonder, arts, vibration, engineering, science) workshop to area students in third through sixth grades at the center. The interactive presentation introduced students to the science of sound--presenting art and music alongside science and technology.

    Date: Feb 08, 2019
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    Students explore the creative process with Lucky Plush dance company , video

    A dancer from Lucky Plush Productions gives a group of Virginia Tech students a glimpse into the dance company’s creative process. Watch as Lucky Plush dancer Meghann Wilkinson teaches how she and her colleagues work together to create an authentic experience for audiences. Drawing on the company’s performance, “Trip the Light Fantastic: The Making of Superstrip,” Wilkinson leads participants through a series of improvisational exercises that encourages them to be more creative, live in the moment, be vulnerable, and create relationships with each other in new ways. This approach helps Lucky Plush dancers deliver an authentic performance for their audiences. The Moss Arts Center helps students discover new ways to incorporate creativity into their lives—both inside and outside the classroom.

    Date: Feb 08, 2019
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    Alumnus Kevin Olson returns to perform at Cassell , video

    Alumnus Kevin Olson returns to Virginia Tech for his fifth performance at Cassell Coliseum. He calls it a “musician’s dream” to perform on a stage like Cassell.

    Date: Dec 05, 2018
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    Dance company surprises diners at Owens Food Court , video

    NW Dance Project is a professional contemporary dance company who will be performing at the Moss Arts Center on Friday, Oct. 26, at 7:30 p.m. As part of their outreach work during their visit, they did an impromptu performance at the Owens Food Court. To attend the performance, you can buy tickets at

    Date: Oct 25, 2018
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    The Jared Stout Band will be at the Hokiedining Food Fair , video

    You be the judge! Don't miss out on over 30 food vendors at the Hokiedining Food Fair with tasting portions you can't find in the Dining Centers. We want your feedback to bring in new recipes! The fair will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 26 outside of Owens Hall in Eggleston Quad from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Along with all the great food there will be a pie judging contest, dunking booth with Officer John Tarter, Mechanical Bull Riding, live music from The Jared Stout Band and more!

    Date: Aug 31, 2018