Matt Watroba: Song--Story--Inspiration!

JUST ANNOUNCED!

Choices: Getting the Most Out Of Every Moment On Stage is a three evening workshop at the Trinity House Theatre in Livonia.

Three Thursday evenings in a row in April, 2018: April 12, 19, & 26 7pm--9pm! 

Workshop cost: $100.00 for all three sessions.

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Matt Watroba Returns To The Airwaves!
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I'm back on the radio! The good folks at Michigan State Public Media, WKAR presents "Folk With Matt Watroba" every Sunday from 6--8PM (Eastern). Hear it live on 90.5 FM locally, or stream it anywhere in the world at wkar.org. It will be a healthy mix of acoustic folk, blues, bluegrass, etc... featuring a local events calendar. I will feature lots of great Michigan artists as well as artists from all over the world.

 


Matt Watroba is first and foremost a community singer. He has the knack for picking the perfect songs and stories for the audience in front of him. In concert, at a festival, in a library, in a school, or in the park, you can count on a performance that will get you singing, make you laugh, and leave you feeling a little bit better about the world we live in. Matt also works with award winning performer Rev. Robert Jones, presenting educational programs that celebrate diversity through the roots and branches of American folk music.

"This is what folk should be."
--Detroit Free Press
 

"Matt Watroba is one of those singers songwriters live for. He has terrific taste in music. possesses an outstanding voice and the ability to not only perform beautifully, but to teach audiences the songs as he sings them."

Christine Lavin

 

“You were wonderful! Your music and messages were just what our students needed to hear. You clearly know how to work with and relate to young people.”   

--Kathleen Kryza--Huron Valley Schools

"Matt is a perceptive and able teacher as well as a warm, supportive person. He showed us the how of community singing and the doing of it. Matt was adept at picking out teaching moments without any kind of judgement applied."


--Unsolicited comment from a student at the Swannanoa Gathering

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