Students from Virginia Tech's School of Architecture + Design and the School of Performing Arts joined forces for a day of music and architecture on the Drillfield. Check out the video and photos below.

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Brothers Nathan Folta (in plaid) and Michael Folta (in black) play to a crowd on the Drillfield Wednesday as part of Unlikely Ensembles: Design-Build Experiments in Architecture & Music, a collaboration between the School of Architecture + Design and the School of Performing Arts.

Unlikely Ensembles: Students playing violin to group
Brothers Nathan Folta (in plaid) and Michael Folta (in black) play to a crowd on the Drillfield Wednesday as part of Unlikely Ensembles: Design-Build Experiments in Architecture & Music, a collaboration between the School of Architecture + Design and the School of Performing Arts.

The Mozart String Quartet and Virginia Tech Chamber Brass Ensemble perform.

Unlikely Ensembles: Group playing music outside
The Mozart String Quartet and Virginia Tech Chamber Brass Ensemble perform.

A musician in the Mozart String Quartet performs on the Drillfield.

Unlikely Ensembles: Student playing violin outside
A musician in the Mozart String Quartet performs on the Drillfield.

The experiment was a collaboration between students from Virginia Tech's School of Architecture + Design and the School of Performing Arts.

Unlikely Ensembles: Musicians playing outside
The experiment was a collaboration between students from Virginia Tech's School of Architecture + Design and the School of Performing Arts.

Musicians performed on the Drillfield throughout the day Wednesday.

Unlikely Ensembles: Silhouette of musicians
Musicians performed on the Drillfield throughout the day Wednesday.

Photos by Logan Wallace / Video by J. Scott Parker