Join The Branch Museum for an intimate concert performed by fiddler Mike Ferry. Experience the concert in the unique, 20th-century main gallery of the Branch House.
About Mike Ferry:
Mike Ferry is an internationally-known fiddler, songwriter, author, and teacher who lives in the Richmond, VA area. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, Huffington Post, CNN, Christian Science Monitor, Newsmax, Good Morning America, Irish Music Magazine, Virginia This Morning (CBS 6), Richmond Times-Dispatch, VPM, Spin Magazine, and radio shows and podcasts around the world.
Some of his compositions have appeared in national television programs including “Dawson’s Creek” and “The Real World.” As a performer, Mike has toured throughout the United States and has shared the stage and screen with artists such as Usher, Melissa Etheridge, Ellie Goulding, Edwin McCain, Kenny Loggins, John Mayer, Sugarland, Tenacious D, The Outfield, and more. Mike’s latest album, “From Ulster To Appalachia,” is a contemporary-sounding collection of Irish, Scottish, and American fiddle tunes.
His previous release, “Virginia,” is an instrumental album dedicated to the history and natural beauty of Virginia.