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Zoe & Cloyd

Zoe & Cloyd

Saturday, November 4
7:30pm in Stewart Theatre

Pre-show Talk at 6:30pm in Talley, Room 3222
$30-$35 | $10 NC State Students | $20 Faculty/Staff

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A musical collaboration that demands to be heard.

– Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine

About the Event

Klezgrass. This one word may best describe the vast musical world of Asheville, NC duo Zoe & Cloyd. Springing from rich and complementary traditions, the artistic stylings of fiddler/vocalist Natalya Zoe Weinstein and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist John Cloyd Miller fit together in a harmonic dovetail. Zoe & Cloyd delight audiences with soaring harmonies and heartfelt songwriting, seamlessly combining original bluegrass, klezmer, old-time and folk with sincerity and zeal. And, yes, if you joined us for our Howling Cow outdoor concert in 2021, you’ve already had the pleasure of hearing from this multitalented band.

Descending from a lineage of klezmer and jazz musicians, Natalya trained classically before discovering old-time and bluegrass and moving south in 2004. John, a twelfth generation North Carolinian and grandson of pioneering bluegrass fiddler, Jim Shumate, is a gifted singer and songwriter, placing first in the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest and the Hazel Dickens Songwriting Contest. Together, they’ve released four acclaimed albums, appeared in Season 5 of the nationally syndicated PBS show, David Holt’s State of Music, and in 2022, were an official showcase artist at the IBMA World of Bluegrass. Fresh off of their first international tour, let’s give them a warm welcome into Stewart Theatre!


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Protect the Pack

NC State LIVE is fully committed to the health and wellness of our campus, community and artists and will be following all public health and NC State University’s Community Standards as of the date of the event. This could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites and other protective measures. 

Face coverings are not required inside our theatres. Although face coverings are not required, you are encouraged to wear them if you feel more comfortable or safer doing so. In addition, Stewart Theatre has a state-of-the-art UV filtration system, extra hand sanitizing stations and paperless ticketing. In the event that a performance is cancelled, all tickets will be fully refunded.

It Takes a Village

NC State LIVE is supported in part by grants from the City of Raleigh based on recommendations of the Raleigh Arts Commission, South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, and the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.