The Mattatuck Museum is pleased to reintroduce the popular singer-songwriter-guitarist Willie Nininger on Monday, March 17, 2014 from 5:30-7:30 pm. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Willie and Jan “O’Nininger” along with percussionist Ken “McMelton” will perform an Irish celebration of music. Willie and Jan are popular in the area, performing a variety of music.
Willie is well known for his extensive repertoire, spontaneous sense of humor and flat-picking guitar technique. His performances range from country, folk and rock ‘n roll standards to theme shows including Irish, tropical, cowboy and international, as well as his own songs. Whether playing solo or with his band, Willie has a unique capability of adapting to, and interacting with, his audience. The New York Post calls Willie, “an all-smiling, downright charming performer who gets more enjoyment out of doing his musical thing than anyone else in recent memory.”
March’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration with Willie and Jan Nininger promises an evening of lively, foot-tapping music by highly accomplished artists who knows how to show the audience a good time. Music @ The MATT is a fun, after-hours event and is a great way to meet up with friends, network with business associates and enjoy live music.
Admission is $10 for museum members, and $15 for non-members.To purchase tickets in advance please visit the website at www.mattatuckmuseum.org for more information and to register online. Join the museum or renew your membership that night and get in free!
For more information on all of the museum’s programs, events, and exhibits visit the website at www.MattatuckMuseum.org or call us at (203) 753-0381. The Mattatuck Museum is operated with support from the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism, and is a member of the Connecticut Art Trail, seventeen world-class museums and historic sites (www.arttrail.org). Located on the green in Waterbury, CT at 144 West Main Street, the museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Convenient, free parking is located behind the museum on Park Place.