Missouri Music Lunchtime Concert Series – John Williams and Robert Mackey

Thursday, October 6, 2022 • 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Center for Missouri Studies, 605 Elm Street, Columbia, MO 65201, Hirsch Plaza, adjacent to north entrance of building by SHSMO parking lot

The State Historical Society of Missouri is kicking off a new music series with fiddle tunes from some of Missouri’s finest.
The music will feature a champion fiddler, John Williams, of Madison, and John’s guitar accompanist will be Robert Mackey, of Tebbetts. Williams has been in the Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program (as a pupil, and now as a master teacher).Howard Marshall will emcee, and is likely to chime in with a fiddle tune or two.

You can bring your lunch or purchase lunch from the center’s Fresh Harvest Grill. This is a “Missouri Music” series presentation co-sponsored by the University of Missouri’s School of Music (Budds Center for American Music), Missouri Folk Arts Program, and The State Historical Society of Missouri. Read more on SHSMO’s site. Parking is available in the Center’s parking lot.