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“Visiting My Home on the Mountain” with Josh Goforth
Storytelling Arts of Indiana welcomes back a Grammy-nominated master fiddler for its annual fundraiser, Talk of the Town. The show will be a lively mix of music and storytelling.
Master of nearly 20 instruments, Josh Goforth is a highly accomplished old-time, bluegrass, and swing musician, who is best known for his fiddling, which can be seen in the 2000 feature film “Songcatcher” and PBS documentary “Folkways: The Fiddle.” Goforth has performed in 49 U.S. states, in Japan and all over Europe. After winning his third title of “Fiddler of the Festival” at North Carolina’s famed Fiddler’s Grove Festival, he was designated “Master Fiddler” and retiredView more
Due to the governor relaxing some of the COVID-19 restrictions, we’re able to present the show to a handful of socially distanced and masked audience members inside the theater at Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, while the majority watches from home on Zoom.
Tickets are $35 for an individual in person and online, $60 for a household
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Due to the pandemic, this event has been moved online.