St. Louis Banjo Club Strummers performances

The Club offers its’ members, who are not part of one of the smaller groups of performers, opportunities each year to perform for the public. There will usually be 10-15 members playing their banjos and entertaining a group for an hour or more.

This year, our season led off with the Williams Syndrome annual walk on April 23rd which was held at Maryville University.

October found us performing at the Lindbergh Senior Group. This was a lively group of 200 that clearly enjoyed our music. Lots of toe-tappin’ and singing.

Our last musical trip was a visit to see and play for Bruno Corradi and his fellow residents at Village North Retirement Community. At 96, Bruno thoroughly enjoyed our visit. He is an Honorary Member of the St. Louis Banjo Club.