April performances at The Barns at Wolf Trap feature a mix of music, from folk to acapella to instrumental.
The Secret Sisters (real-life sisters Laura and Lydia Rogers) are set to bring their haunting folk songs to the stage on April 19. Their 2017 album “You Don’t Own Me Anymore” earned them a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album. The stop at Wolf Trap is a part of the duo’s current tour. Tickets cost $25.
Singer-songwriter Storm Large will also take to the stage to perform a range of songs, from Cole Porter to Pat Benatar.
You might have seen her as a contestant on the CBS reality television show “Rock Star: Supernova.” Large has an eclectic background. She started as a rock artist before transitioning into the theater and cabaret world. Tickets are $55.
The list of Wolf Trap events in April:
- April 4: Tom Paxton & The DonJuans
- April 5: The Swingles
- April 6: A BandHouse Gigs Tribute to XTC
- April 7: Calidore String Quartet and Juho Pohjonen
- April 11: Robyn Hitchcock
- April 12: Storm Large
- April 18: Stephen Kellogg
- April 19: The Secret Sisters
- April 23-24: Omara Portuondo
- April 25: John McCutcheon
- April 26: Wu Han, Gloria Chien and Gilles Vonsattel
The full Wolf Trap schedule is available online.
Photo via Wolf Trap
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