Eliza Meyer

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Sunday, 2018, May 13 - 3:00pm
Presented in partnership with North Carolina Museum of History .
Venue: 
5 E Edenton St
Raleigh, 27601

Eliza Meyer is an "old soul," singing and playing traditional string band, old time and early bluegrass music reminiscent of Hazel and Alice, The Carter Family, and Tommy Jarrell. Influenced by traditional ballads of Madison County and the round peak music of Surry County, she plays fiddle, banjo, guitar, and autoharp. Meyer currently studies with Dewey Brown and has taken classes with Alice Gerrard, Eddie Bond, Erynn Marshall and Sheila Kay Adams. She plays at house concerts and has played on the Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM) Stage during IBMA's Wide Open Bluegrass, as well as at Merlefest, the North Carolina Museum of History, and the Earl Scruggs Center. Meyer is a native of Raleigh and attends Broughton High School, where she is in the freshman class.

Street parking is free on weekends in downtown Raleigh, and the lot across Wilmington Street from the Museum is also free on the weekend. Learn more about parking options in downtown Raleigh

A ramp from Edenton St provides access to the Museum’s main entrance. A ramp is also available from Jones St. Wheelchairs for interior use are available free of charge at the Museum information desk. The Museum entrance closest to the auditorium is a staircase that leads up to glass doors on Edenton St.

Large print program notes and assistive listening devices will be available. Please call PineCone’s office at 919-664-8333 if you have any questions, or contact the Museum directly: 919-807-7900.

Event Type: 
Free and open to the public; free tickets required. Tickets distributed first-come, first-served beginning at 2 p.m. Seating is general admission.
Eliza Meyer, a young woman with shoulder-length brown hair, plays a banjo seated in front of a microphone. Her head is tilted up and her eyes are closed; a Wide Open Bluegrass banner is partially visible in the background.