Matt Watroba is a community singer with a knack for picking the perfect songs and stories for his audience. Whether in concert, at a festival, in a library, a school
Matt Watroba is a community singer with a knack for picking the perfect songs and stories for his audience. Whether in concert, at a festival, in a library, a school or park, music-lovers can count on a performance that will get them singing, laughing and feeling a little bit better about the world.
Community singing is not performing. It exists so that all willing singers, at all levels of skill, can experience the power of song and musical participation. Performing choruses and musical groups often spring out of the community singing experience, but that is not the purpose— it is just a welcomed consequence!
Many know Watroba from his radio work both locally in Detroit and nationally through FolkAlley.com, and as the founding host of “The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.”
“Every community sing I’ve been involved with takes on the personality of the group that gathers,” says Watroba. “For this reason, there are no hard and fast rules that work for everyone.”
No matter your singing style or talent, join us for a community sing with Matt Watroba at RHPL! Registration required.
Rochester Hills Public Library248-656-2900 500 Olde Towne Road, Rochester