After more than a year of presenting virtual events to our patrons, we are excited to invite all of you back to the intimate setting of Barrington’s White House to once again experience the joy and heartfelt majesty of in-person musical performances, lectures, art events, and more. We are following COVID-19 protocols to ensure that your experience is safe and comfortable, and we will continue to offer a virtual option for our 2nd Thursdays Jazz Cabaret Series this fall as well. We look forward to seeing you soon!
In-Person tickets are limited, so purchase today!
All programming is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances, including those related to COVID-19. Go to www.barringtonswhitehouse.com/events for up-to-date event information.
Catherine Bertini, an accomplished leader in international organization reform and a powerful advocate for women and girls, will describe the pivotal role that women play in families and communities in the Global South and how, if they had more legal, educational, and societal opportunities, they could lead more significant positive change in virtually every field. As the chair of the board of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), Catherine Bertini has a distinguished career improving the efficiency and operations of organizations serving poor and hungry people in the United States and around the world.
Enjoy an in-person cabaret-like experience or watch virtually as Barrington’s White House presents jazz enthusiasts performing their favorite tunes in an “open mic” setting alongside the popular Marianne Kim Jazz Duo. If you are a jazz musician interested in performing, contact Roger Reupert at email@example.com. This series is made possible by a generous grant from the Barrington Area Community Foundation. Cash bar.
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As a coveted performer with a diverse repertoire, American soprano Michelle Areyzaga is held in high regard by orchestras and opera companies throughout the United States and abroad. Music critic Howard Reich of the Chicago Tribune has said that she is “blessed with a radiant and all-encompassing soprano.” For this special performance at Barrington’s White House, she will perform the music of Brahms, Barber, Bernstein, Berlioz, and more, including Barber’s “Knoxville Summer of 1915”; Bernstein’s “I Hate Music” and “So Pretty,” as well as “My House” (Peter Pan), “A Little Bit In Love” (Wonderful Town), “Ain’t Got No Tears” (On the Town), and “Glitter and Be Gay” (Candide).
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Join the Bella Voce Camerata for a joyful journey around the globe this holiday season. Enjoy familiar and new carols including “Stille Nacht” from Germany, “What Child Is This?” from England, and “Go Tell It on the Mountain” from North America to new discoveries such as “Somerkersfees” from South Africa and “Huānlè Jiāyīn Gē” from China. This program will transport the listener to the far corners of the earth for the holiday. The Bella Voce Camerata was founded in 2014 so that its members could perform some of the great trove of works written for a small vocal chamber ensemble. Among these intimate works are rare gems and extraordinary pieces, which the group is passionate about sharing with its audiences.
$10 In-Person; Cookies, Egg Nog, and Hot Chocolate
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Just as the artists of Paris have done for hundreds of years, local artists will paint “Plein Air” (outdoors in the open air) in Barrington from October 1–9. Come into town to watch over 15 artists from across Chicagoland as they paint local landmarks during the week. Then, meet the artists in-person as they showcase (and sell!) their newly created pieces at the reception on Saturday evening. Sponsored by the Barrington Cultural Commission.