Exposition concert is an eclectic showcase of student musical talent
March 11, 2016
Exposition III: Resonance, a concert showcasing student and faculty musical talent, will be presented by the Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts on Sunday, March 20 at 4:30 p.m. in the Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre at the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech.
The event will feature a plethora of musical variety, with performances from the Virginia Tech Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Chamber Singers, New River Valley Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, Laptop Orchestra, Percussion Ensemble, Low String Ensemble, Cello Choir, soloists, and more. Concertgoers can expect a fast-paced, fully immersive experience that blends musical genres into an event that all ages will enjoy. Audience members will also be treated to a preview of the Brahms' Requiem, which will be performed in its entirety on April 6 by the New River Valley Symphony Orchestra and Choirs.
The Exposition concert series started in 2014 as a way to combine elements of technology, artistry, performance, and pedagogy while showcasing the talent and artistry of students and faculty.
Tickets are $20 general, $15 senior, and $5 student and are available through the Center for the Arts box office, online, or by calling 540-231-5300. All proceeds go to Delta Omicron, a professional music fraternity, to support music scholarships within the School of Performing Arts.
Parking is available in the North End Parking Garage on Turner Street. Virginia Tech faculty and staff possessing a valid Virginia Tech parking permit can enter and exit the garage free of charge. Limited street parking is also available. Parking on Alumni Mall is free after 5 p.m. weekdays and on weekends. Additional parking information may be found here.
If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please email Susan Sanders or call 540-231-5200 during regular business hours at least 5 days prior to the event.
For more information on giving to the School of Performing Arts, please call or email Janice Tawney firstname.lastname@example.org 540-231-5130.
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