Bringing World-Renowned Classical Performers to Our Stage

Barrington’s White House has played host to some of the world’s most renowned violinists and string quartets. Rachel Barton Pine. The Pacifica Quartet. Miró String Quartet. The American String Quartet. These esteemed musicians are known for their command of their instruments and their moving and innovative interpretations of classical works.

Amazing performances like these are made possible through the generous support of music patrons such as Mary B. Galvin, as well as from individuals, corporations and foundations. Recently, the Willow Springs Charitable Trust made a significant operating grant to support our day-to-day operations, which will enable us to continue to provide the operational support that world-class events and programming require. These contributions enable Barrington’s White House to bring these world-class performances to our community, and at a ticket price within reach so more can experience and enjoy these remarkable performers up close.

Without assistance from patrons like Mary Galvin and organizations like Willow Springs, Barrington’s White House would be unable to bring the caliber of artists that have become the hallmark of our programming. Please consider giving to our Cultural and Community Reserve Fund. Gifts of all sizes will enable us to continue to expand and grow what we are able to offer to our community.

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Rachel Barton Pine returned to open the Fall 2018 Season with her energy and artistry.

Selling out at Carnegie Hall, Miró String Quartet’s inspired performance left our audience in awe.

Hailed as a “brilliant virtuoso…a standout,” violinist William Hagen gave a riveting concert.