Concert to benefit tornado relief, damaged schools
06/08/2018
Concert to benefit tornado relief, damaged schools

Greensboro, NC, June 8, 2018--On June 15, Franco Nannucci and his colleague in Music for Love, Stefano Cazzaniga, will present their first fundraiser in their new hometown. Music for Love will bring the renowned Italian jazz group the Fabrizio Bosso Quartet for a benefit performance. Read the full News & Record story  

Vanessa Ferguson, Cool Carolina Concert Series coming to the Van Dyke
03/07/2018
Concert to benefit tornado relief, damaged schools

BUY TICKETS HERE Greensboro, N.C., March 7, 2018— ArtsGreensboro has teamed up with local artist and hip-poet, Mr. Rozzi, to bring a series of live music events to the Van Dyke Performance Space at the Greensboro Cultural Center. The three-part series kicks off on Saturday, March 31, 2018 with two concerts—a 4pm matinee and an evening performance at 8pm—both featuring a headlining performance from Vanessa Ferguson, Greensboro finalist on season twelve of NBC’s The Voice. Joining Ferguson for the concerts are local artists R’Mone Entonio, SunQueen Kelcey, and Durham reggae artist, Cayenne the Lion King will also perform. BUY TICKETS HEREReserved ...

MerleFest on the Road will bring three groups to Van Dyke Performance Space in Greensboro
02/22/2018
Concert to benefit tornado relief, damaged schools

GREENSBORO--Bluegrass bands named in memory of biscuits, grits, grass and good ol’ boys top the bill. But it’s a pretty good bet that most bluegrass bands don’t immortalize a moment of shoe confusion as their career banner.Read the full News & Record story here. 

Celtic group Cherish the Ladies to perform holiday concert in Greensboro
10/31/2017
Concert to benefit tornado relief, damaged schools

GREENSBORO — Grammy-nominated group Cherish the Ladies will perform its “Celtic Christmas” concert on Dec. 15 in the Van Dyke Performance Space at the Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St.Read the full News & Record story here. BUY TICKETS HERE 

Quebe Sisters return to Greensboro for 17 Days performance
09/25/2017
Concert to benefit tornado relief, damaged schools

Quebe Sisters return to Greensboro for 17 Days performance GREENSBORO NEWS & RECORD— The Quebe Sisters, who wowed thousands at the 2016 National Folk Festival, will return to the city for an encore performance.The fiddling, harmonizing Texas trio will perform on 8 p.m. Oct. 20 as part of ArtsGreensboro’s 17 Days Arts & Culture Festival, to be held this year from Oct. 13 to 29.The concert will be held in the Van Dyke Performance Space in the Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St. READ MORE HERE