Idan Raichel
Idan Raichel
Idan Raichel is the leader of “multi-ethnic tour de force” (Billboard) The Idan Raichel Project and a collaborator of Dave Matthews and Alicia Keys. Performing mainly in a fusion of Hebrew, Arabic, and Ethiopian dialects, he acts as a musical ambassador representing a hopeful world in which artistic collaboration breaks down barriers between people of different backgrounds and beliefs.
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Dobet Gnahoré
“Take the energy of Lauryn Hill, the consciousness of India.Arie and the mystique of Erykah Badu and you got Dobet Gnahoré” (St. Louis American), the Ivory Coast-born singer and dancer who performs in at least seven languages. With a new album coming in 2017, the Grammy winner returns to The Barns for an unforgettable and charismatic performance.
  • Saturday, Mar 04 | 8 PM
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John Eaton
Hooray For Hollywood
A Celebration of the Great Movie Songs and Themes
Washington legend John Eaton returns to The Barns with an evening of piano selections.
  • Sunday, Mar 19 | 2 PM
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Cécile McLorin Salvant and Aaron Diehl
“The finest jazz singer to emerge in the last decade” (The New York Times) and winner of the 2016 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album (Salvant) performs with one of the most sought after jazz piano virtuosos dubbed “the Real Diehl” by collaborator Wynton Marsalis (Diehl).
  • Saturday, Apr 08 | 8 PM
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The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC
presents
God Save The Queens
A cappella vocal ensembles Potomac Fever and Rock Creek Singers present a salute to British pop music featuring new and innovative arrangements of music by The Beatles, Queen, Adele, George Michael, The Police, and more. Plus they'll throw in music from the King and Queen of Pop just for fun!
  • Saturday, Apr 15 | 4 PM
  • Saturday, Apr 15 | 8 PM
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The Barns at Wolf Trap

Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal
Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal

“Startling, neoclassical fusion” (The Guardian) from the entrancing talents of this duo made up of Malian kora player Ballaké Sissoko and French cellist Vincent Segal.
  • Wednesday, Mar 01 | 8 PM
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Livingston Taylor
Rebecca Loebe
Livingston Taylor
Rebecca Loebe

For over 40 years, this enduring singer, songwriter, and professor has brought his relaxed and charming onstage presence to audiences worldwide.
  • Thursday, Mar 02 | 8 PM
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Jim Brickman
Jim Brickman

Jim Brickman transformed the popularity of solo piano playing with his original, pop-style instrumentals and star-studded vocal collaborators. He has since become the most charted adult contemporary artist and best-selling solo pianist to date.
  • Wednesday, Mar 08 | 8 PM
  • Thursday, Mar 09 | 8 PM
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Ari Hest
Chrissi Poland
Ari Hest
Chrissi Poland

A “compelling and powerful” singer-songwriter whose “robust vocals combine with beautiful acoustic melodies” (One Tap Magazine), Ari Hest returns to The Barns after recently collaborating with Judy Collins on Silver Skies Blue (2016).
  • Friday, Mar 10 | 8 PM
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A BandHouse Gigs Tribute to Elvis Costello
A BandHouse Gigs Tribute to Elvis Costello

Celebrate the career of one of Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Artists whose hits include “Alison,” “Pump It Up,” and “Veronica.” This premier tribute concert includes over 30 of the DC area’s finest musicians. In addition to the artist photos above, the show will include performances by Caz Gardiner, Brian Simms, Eric Scott, Anita King, Title Tracks, Steve Houk, Arch Alcantara, Bill Williams, Bill Craig, Andy Hamburger, Doug Tull, Tad Wadhams, Louie Newmyer, Scott McKnight, Mike Mills, and many more!
  • Saturday, Mar 11 | 8 PM
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The Second City
The Second City

“The Harvard of Comedy” (The New York Times) returns with improvised comedy, audience interaction, and of-the-moment routines and songs from the legendary sketch comedy archives made famous by alumni like Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, and Bill Murray.
  • Wednesday, Mar 22 | 8 PM
  • Thursday, Mar 23 | 8 PM
  • Saturday, Mar 25 | 7 PM
  • Saturday, Mar 25 | 10 PM
  • Sunday, Mar 26 | 8 PM
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tenThing
tenThing

Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth and her 10-piece, all female brass ensemble’s repertoire spans the gamut of orchestral, operatic, and Latin music.
  • Friday, Mar 24 | 7:30 PM
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Falu's Bollywood Orchestra
Falu's Bollywood Orchestra

Lauded as “ethereal and transcendent” (Billboard) and “a rare brand of timeless elegance” (Vogue), the internationally acclaimed Indian vocalist who has collaborated with Yo-Yo Ma, Ricky Martin, and A.R. Rahman returns to The Barns.
  • Friday, Mar 31 | 8 PM
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The Bad Plus
The Bad Plus

Transcending traditional musical rules, this trio is “better than anyone at mixing the sensibilities of post-60's jazz and indie rock” (The New York Times).
  • Saturday, Apr 01 | 8 PM
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Over The Rhine
Over The Rhine

Fall under the spell of the supremely talented husband and wife duo of Linford Detweiler and Karin Bergquist as they perform their “subtle and elegant" songs complete with “airy musical arrangements and breathtaking vocal harmonies” (The Wall Street Journal).
  • Friday, Apr 07 | 8 PM
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Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival
Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival

This internationally accoladed festival returns to The Barns to perpetuate and preserve the unique Hawaiian acoustic guitar art form known as Ki-ho’alu.
  • Friday, Apr 14 | 8 PM
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Tinariwen
Tinariwen

The winner of the Grammy Award for Best World Music Album, Tinariwen is “a brilliant live band who have deservedly built up an international following for their infectious, pounding fusion of desert blues and the styles of the nomadic Tuareg people of the Sahara” (The Guardian).
  • Wednesday, Apr 19 | 8 PM
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John McCutcheon
John McCutcheon

Folk music’s rustic Renaissance man” whose carefully crafted songs are like “storytelling with the richness of fine literature” (The Washington Post) returns with his Grammy-nominated musical tales.
  • Thursday, Apr 20 | 8 PM
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