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Upcoming Performances

Laura Benanti
A constant presence on stage and screen, this Tony-winning actress and singer was most recently seen in Broadway’s She Loves Me and on Supergirl and is now touring the country with a show featuring songs and humorous anecdotes from throughout her career.
  • Saturday, Oct 29 | 3 PM
  • Saturday, Oct 29 | 8 PM
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Enter the Haggis
Delighting with memorable Celtic folk-rock performances, inspired songwriting, and musical proficiency, "no one can anticipate the level of energy with which ETH throws down'' (The Washington Post).
  • Thursday, Nov 03 | 8 PM
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Sheila E.
Performing to the beat of her own drum, this musical powerhouse and Prince protégée makes her Barns debut.
  • Wednesday, Nov 09 | 8 PM
  • Thursday, Nov 10 | 8 PM
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Cristina Pato
“A virtuosic burst of energy” (The New York Times) and member of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble, Pato is the first female gaita (Galician bagpipe) player to release a solo album and has lit up major stages around the world.
  • Friday, Nov 11 | 8 PM
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Willie Nile

With legends like Bono, Bruce Springsteen, Pete Townshend, Lou Reed, and Lucinda Williams singing his praises, it’s no surprise Willie Nile is often referred to as “one of the most gifted singer-songwriters to emerge from the New York scene in years” (The New York Times).
  • Saturday, Nov 12 | 8 PM
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Steve Vai

With over 30 years of hits and collaborations with Frank Zappa and Whitesnake, this Grammy-winning guitar wizard makes his rockin’ Barns debut.
  • Tuesday, Nov 15 | 8 PM
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Eric Burdon & The Animals

“The House of the Rising Sun” to “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” Eric Burdon & The Animals have been a staple in the rock scene since the British Invasion.
  • Wednesday, Nov 16 | 8 PM
  • Thursday, Nov 17 | 8 PM
  • Friday, Nov 18 | 8 PM
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Indian Dance and American Music
Poetry in Motion

Enjoy a rich and innovative program from IDEA (Indian Dance Educators Association) interpreting poems through four different Indian classical dance styles set to American and Indian music. Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Kuchipudi, and Odissi dance forms pair perfectly with the featured poems including Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman” and “Caged Bird,” Sam Levenson’s “Time-Tested Beauty Tips,” and Robert Frost’s “Love and a Question.
  • Saturday, Nov 19 | 8 PM
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John Eaton

Explore a treasure trove of tunes from the 1940’s with one of its principal interpreters as he plays selections on the piano. Album release show!
  • Friday, Nov 25 | 8 PM
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