The Follow the Evolution Series combines gritty construction progress at Capital One Hall with art and imagination -- and a nod to future live performances. Amidst the scaffolding and concrete, Andrew Savoia's popular music covers on the cello showcase how Capital One Hall is committed to building a local musical community, as well as embracing all styles of artform. Capital One Hall will bring the highest level in re-imagined entertainment experiences to Tysons, VA. Be part of our journey to opening and Follow The Evolution.
Meet Andrew Savoia
Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Andrew Savoia has become a viral sensation. From posting cello pop covers on TikTok and performing at local venues, the 24 year old Arlington resident is placing a unique contemporary twist on cello music. From hip-hop to classical, Savoia takes his influences from a multitude of musical genres. With 2 million likes and over 200 thousand followers on TikTok, Savoia (@savoiboi), has amassed a broad and growing audience, with features on New York Post and ABC7DC.
Savoia started playing the cello at age 9, and since then his musical talents have been a way for him to express himself. Aside from his musical pursuits, Savoia is a graduate from Virginia Tech, where he pursued an undergraduate degree in clinical neuroscience. He currently works as a front-line healthcare worker and aspires to attend medical school.
About Capital One Center
Capital One Center, the public-facing portion of Capital One’s global headquarters in Tysons, Virginia, redefines mixed-use development by providing an arts-focused enriching indoor/outdoor experience. When fully built-out, this 6 million sq. foot entertainment destination will be home to a vibrant array of public art, performances, and retail, including a world-class performing arts center, Capital One Hall, a 1.2 acre skypark, The Perch, and 300-key boutique hotel, The Watermark. Capital One Center is thoughtfully designed to create a walkable campus where small steps lead to big experiences.