The Barns at Wolf Trap™More shows to be announced in August

  • Simone Dinnerstein

    Slate raves: "Dinnerstein is a throwback to such high priestesses of music as Wanda Landowska and Myra Hess...[She] is touring. Go hear her and get religion.”

    “She compels the listener to follow her in a journey of discovery filled with unscheduled detours...She's actively listening to every note she plays, and the result is a wonderfully expressive interpretation."—NPR

  • Jamie Barton

    WTO Alumna returns to The Barns after winning the Marian Anderson Award, Opera International’s Young Artist Award, and the prestigious Cardiff Singer of the World competition.

  • Ying Quartet 2

    The Ying Quartet excels in performances "as close to the ideal as possible, delivering chamber music of astonishing, refreshing exaltation and exhilaration" (The Los Angeles Times)

  • CanellakisBrown125

    Hailed as “a pair of adventurous young talents” (Time Out New York), the Canellakis-Brown Duo has been captivating audiences with its superb musicianship and thrilling performances

  • Montrose2

    Accomplished soloists and chamber musicians Jon Kimura Parker, Martin Beaver, and Clive Greensmith join forces to create a new piano trio

  • Cantus

    “The premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” (Fanfare) makes its Barns debut in this program which explores when and why people sing together

  • Poulenc Trio

    “The Poulenc Trio brought an intriguing and beautifully played program to the [National Gallery of Art's] West Garden Court. […] The Poulenc Trio does its namesake proud.”—Stephen Brookes, The Washington Post

  • Sybarite5

    String quintet Sybarite5 blurs boundaries with exacting musicianship and adventurous programming for a transfixing result. “Expect an experience that will satisfy your inner rock star and your secret Mozart.”—Arizona Daily Star

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