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February at the Jefferson Center

On Saturday, February 10, at 7:30pm and Sunday, February 11, at 3:00pm in the Shaftman Performance Hall at the Jefferson Center the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra will be performing. The Orchestra presents Vivaldi The Four Seasons and Appalachian Spring. The Four Seasons is a beautiful violin piece that is sure to be memorable. The event will finish with Copland’s music for the ballet, Appalachian Spring. Led by Akemi Takayama, concertmaster of 14 years at the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, the show is sure to be breathtaking.

Joan Soriano will be taking the stage at the Jefferson Center in the Fostek Rehearsal Hall, on Friday the 16 at 8:00pm. Soriano grew up in the Dominican Republican, he made his first guitar out of a tin can and fishing line. Today he has seven recorded albums and is renowned for his blend of modern and traditional bachata music.

Starting at 9:00pm, immediately after Soriano performance, attend the 15th Annual Latin Dance Party inside Fitzpatrick Hall. If you attended Soriano’s show you get a $3 discount on admission to the party! There will be a 30-minute salsa workshop and then a live performance from West End Mambo. You won’t want to miss this lively event!

“An Evening with Andrew Bird,” will take place on Thursday, February 22 at 7:30pm in the Shaftman Performance Hall. Andrew Bird is a talented singer, song-writer, and multi-instrumentalist. As a kid he began playing violin at 4 and ever since then he was drawn to music of all types. Today Bird has released 13 albums and has even been a featured presenter on Ted Talk. A dollar from each ticket sold will be donated to Everyone for Gun Safety.

For more information about all these events and so many more, or to purchase tickets visit the Jefferson Center’s event page. Pick up the February issue of Bella for more information on Melissa Aldana’s concert later this month!

Written by Lilith Turman

A Revolutionary Fashion Show

11159474_1066620466701105_5632565588832350239_nThe Fashion Merchandising and Design Society Annual Fashion Show, “Revolution” is coming to Virginia Tech on April 30. The show will premiere at 8 pm in Squires Student Center’s Commonwealth Ballroom.

Unlike the preceding “Urban Jungle” fashion show, which featured urban street style, this year’s “Revolution” themed fashion show will have a futuristic and innovative theme with encouragement to designers to break away from current trends and focus on infinite, boundless possibilities. Each of the thirteen student designers will feature a small collection, ranging from 2 to 6 outfits, which they have been working on since the beginning of the academic year.

The twenty-six participating student models have attended weekly model workshops this spring where they have learned to walk, turn, and pose correctly under the leadership of  Virginia Tech alumni and model Midori Amae. This is a show that fashion enthusiasts will not want to miss!

Visit their website for more information and to purchase your ticket today!