MerleFest on The Road coming to Van Dyke Performance Space
Thursday, February 09, 2017
MerleFest on The Road coming to Van Dyke Performance Space

MerleFest on the Road coming to Van Dyke Performance Space Jonathan Byrd and the Pickup Cowboys, Locust Honey & Mark Bumgarner perform in collaboration with Blue Ridge Music Center and Triad Acoustic Stage (GREENSBORO, N.C.) — Triad Acoustic Stage and The Blue Ridge Music Center have teamed up to present a “MerleFest on the Road” concert on Saturday, March 4 at the brand new Van Dyke Performance Space in the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center. This special festival preview performance will feature Jonathan Byrd and The Pickup Cowboys, Locust Honey, and Mark Bumgarner--three performing groups plucked right off of MerleFest lineups both past and ...

The Year Ahead: Guilford County in 2017
Tuesday, January 03, 2017
MerleFest on The Road coming to Van Dyke Performance Space

Published Saturday, December 31, 2016 -- News & Record The Van Dyke Performance Space is highlighted as a major arts destination to look forward to in the new year.Read the full story here. 

Mark O'Connor and his family band will bring Christmas to Greensboro
Tuesday, January 03, 2017
MerleFest on The Road coming to Van Dyke Performance Space

Published Thursday, November 24, 2016 -- News & Record Mark O’Connor can’t decide if he’s a fiddler or a violinist. “I’ve spent my career trying to blur those boundaries between the fiddle and the violin,” O’Connor said last week by phone from his Charlotte home.Read the full story. 

1808 Sound: New Music Series Begins
Tuesday, January 03, 2017
MerleFest on The Road coming to Van Dyke Performance Space

Published Friday, November 25, 2016 -- 1808 MagazineWhen it comes to playing music with a family group, Mark O’Connor knows the score. The veteran fiddler has played with countless musicians, from James Taylor to Yo-Yo Ma, but he spent a lot of his early career playing with family groups, including Jim and Jesse (McReynolds) and Doc and Merle Watson.Read the full story here. 

Asheville glass artist to create windows for new Greensboro venue
Tuesday, January 03, 2017
MerleFest on The Road coming to Van Dyke Performance Space

Published Saturday, November 12, 2016 -- News & Record GREENSBORO — An Asheville artist will create colorful new windows for the Van Dyke Performance Space in downtown Greensboro. Come next summer, Carl Powell’s seven artistically designed stained-glass windows, illuminated with LED lighting, will decorate the brick exterior of the new venue in the Greensboro Cultural Center.Read the full story here.