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Easy & Elegant Holiday Appetizers
Dec 18, 2017

Easy & Elegant Holiday Appetizers

The farm families who own Cabot want to help make your holidays easy, elegant, and delicious. Their secret weapon is Cabot’s award-winning cheddar. They don’t call it The World’s Best Cheddar for nothing! Our friends at Cabot shared some of their favorite recipes that are destined to become holiday classics at your house...

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Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds
Dec 15, 2017

January Jams at The Barns

New year, new music! Start 2018 off right with a concert. See (and hear) what’s coming up in January at The Barns. The Verve Pipe Fri, Jan 19 “A confident rockin’-steady melodic fortress” (SPIN)   Lucy Kaplansky Sat, Jan 20 Enchanting folk singer-songwriter   Krakauer-Tagg Duo Sun, Jan 21 Eclectic clarinet-piano duo   Aaron Tveit Fri, Jan 26 & Sat, Jan 27 “Wicked” superstar Broadway...

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Looking Back: Our Favorite Moments From 2017
Dec 13, 2017

Looking Back: Our Favorite Moments From 2017

As we get closer to a brand new year, we’re taking a minute to look back at some of our favorite ‘grammable memories from 2017! Did your favorite moment make the top 10? 10. Opening the season with a sold out crowd with the incomparable R&B star Mary J. Blige @therealmaryjblige helped kick off the Summer 2017 season at #WolfTrap tonight. Huge thanks to the...

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7 Tips for a More Relaxing Holiday Season
Dec 08, 2017

7 Tips for a More Relaxing Holiday Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when families and friends gather together to celebrate the holidays. Our friends at Cabot (everyone’s favorite creamery and a Wolf Trap sponsor) have put together some tips for how to help make this holiday season a little less rushed and a little more joyful and filled with love and good cheer. Make a list. Santa shouldn’t be...

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Take a hike!… At Wolf Trap
Dec 05, 2017

Take a hike!… At Wolf Trap

There are more memories and good feelings to experience beyond the music. Part of the Wolf Trap experience comes from memorable moments and good feelings before, during, and after a performance—but did you know it also goes beyond the stage? A benefit of being America’s only National Park for the Performing Arts are the 117 acres of pristine parkland that is included, having the National Park Service as a partner. Winding through the woods and over Wolf Trap Run, the trails are a great way to explore the outdoors. Here are a few tips for getting off on the right foot and your next adventure....

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Dec 05, 2017

Wolf Trap Recipes: Holiday Edition

The proof is in the pudding—pumpkin bread pudding with warm bourbon sauce! Check out Wolf Trap's Executive Chef Chris Faessen's latest holiday recipe that will leave you and your guests wanting more....

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Oh, What Fun at Wolf Trap
Nov 17, 2017

Oh, What Fun at Wolf Trap

Need a break between holiday cooking and shopping? Whether you’d prefer to cozy up inside or to get outside for fresh air and scenery , treat yourself to some of these end-of-year activities at Wolf Trap. Oh, and feel free to bring your friends and family along!...

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For the Love of The Barns
Nov 15, 2017

For the Love of The Barns

For more than three decades, The Barns at Wolf Trap has presented new and unique artist experiences that have delighted longtime devotees and turned first-time Barns visitors into passionate fans. While there are many reasons to love The Barns, there are five that continue to draw both audiences and artists alike: 1. It’s an uncommonly cool place to see music First of all, it’s a barn....

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Q & A with the Attacca Quartet
Nov 01, 2017

Q & A with the Attacca Quartet

Praised by The Strad as “stunning” and possessing “a musical maturity far beyond its members’ years,” the Attacca Quartet is one of the most dynamic ensembles of its generation. The group – made up of Amy Schroeder, Keiko Tokunaga, Nathan Schram, and Andrew Yee – first formed as Julliard students in 2003. Since then, they have appeared on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts, received international acclaim,...

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Exploring Wolf Trap’s Roots in Education
Oct 30, 2017

Exploring Wolf Trap’s Roots in Education

In the decades that Michele Valeri and Ingrid Crepeau have spent working as professional children’s performing artists, they have not only enjoyed tremendous success on their own, but they also witnessed some formative times in Wolf Trap’s history. In 1981, while Catherine Filene Shouse moved two 18th century barns from New York to Virginia to create The Barns at Wolf Trap—the stunning venue where you’re enjoying...

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