March 12th 7:30 pm | 2011

Oakland Jazz Choir 

Oakland Jazz Choir

The Oakland Jazz Choir (OJC) is a dynamic, and dedicated group of 13 singers from diverse community backgrounds whose voices unite together in a new genre of vocal jazz. Accompanied by their tasty trio, OJC delivers exquisite harmonies performing original and contemporary arrangements that include pieces by hit makers such as Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Billie Holiday, Dizzi Gillespe and Pat Metheny. Please join us for a truly unique vocal jazz experience as OJC debuts new and exciting repertoire.

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Benefits Napa County Earth Day

March 26th 7:30 pm | 2011

Buckeye Knoll @ The White Barn, 7:30, March 26, 2011 

Buckeye Knoll

Buckeye Knoll is an acclaimed Folk Rock band brought to life by Napa Valley Native Doug Streblow. Tapping into the age old tradition of story telling through song, Streblow crafts memorable melodies wIth beautiful lyrics that tell of love, adventure and hope. The San Francisco Chronicle calls Streblow "the real deal" and his latest album "Unforgettable".

"For any fans of folk, indie, country" or just a heartfelt album filled with nostalgia and hope, Buckeye Knoll is the right band to listen to."-Unsigned Find

Benefits Napa County Earth Day

April 3rd & 17th, 4 pm | 2011

Salon Sunday 

April 3: Fritz Kreisler, The Man and His Music

Rachelle Davis, Violinist Nancy Garden, Pianist

April 17: It Might as Well Be Spring

Vocalist Suzi Gilbert and Pianist Michael Greensill

Benefits Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center

May 7th, 8 pm & 8th, 3 pm | 2011

A Cabaret 

Michael Bulatao & Friends

Join us for a celebration of song, spanning many genres of music that is bound to leave you buzzing. Michael Bulatao with Mindi Burnett, Sonya Distel, Robert Dornaus III and Tim Setzer, bring you tunes from Rodgers to Sondheim, John Mayer to Sam Cooke, and Gershwin to Kander & Ebb. This concert promises to be perfect for Mothers of all ages.

Michael was recently seen in Man of La Mancha as Don Quixote at Napa Valley College Repertory Theater and in RENT playing the role of Collins at The 6th Street Playhouse in Santa Rosa. A graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York, he made his Broadway debut in Sondheim's revival of Pacific Overtures starring BD Wong with Roundabout Theatre Company at Studio 54 after traveling with the North American Tour of Miss Saigon. In New York, Michael was proud to be a part of Children and Art, Stephen Sondheim's 75th Birthday Celebration directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. He has also performed in John Tartaglia's Ad-LIBerty, a cabaret show at Joe's Pub and aboard Rosie O'Donnell's R Family Cruises.

Benefits Rianda House

September 18th, 4 pm | 2011

Take Me To Your Lieder 

Take Me to Your Lieder

The Sunday Salon spring programming was very well received and the fall concert line up is equally compelling. Featuring the romantic art songs of Schubert sung by the talented Eileen Hunt and Paul Stokey and piano duets of Schubert and Brahms performed by Linda Scheibal and Nancy Garden. Grab a dreamy date and hold hands whilst listening to this divine music.

Benefits St. Helena Community Band

October 16th, 4 pm | 2011

The Eloquence String Quartet 

Around the World in 80 Minutes

Looking for inspired musical fun? Our last Sunday Salon of the year features the Eloquence String Quartet playing Argentine tangos, Panamanian dances, Austrian waltzes and American Rags & Jazz. Maybe even a Russian Czardas too! The instrumentalists are Peggy Brady, Rachelle Barthelson-Davis, Beth Hide and Gwyneth Davis. If you’ve been to the Napa Valley Symphony or Santa Rosa Symphony lately then you’ll need no introduction to these very talented musicians.

Benefits St. Helena Community Band

November 4, 6, 11, 12, 13, Fri, Sat 8 pm & Sun, 3 pm | 2011

Heroes and Villains, November 4, 6, 11, 12, 13 | 2011 

Broadway Heroes and Villains

November 4th: 7:14 PM opening night hors d'oeuvres & wine reception / $50. Be the first to see Tim Setzer, Diego Emir Garcia, Taylor Bartolucci DeGuilio and Patti Coyle in this dramatic & witty cabaret. Broadway Heroes and Villains features some of Broadway's most popular musicals with songs by your favorite heroes and heroines and, those deliciously misunderstood villains you love to hate!

Taylor Bartolucci recently appeared as Mama Rose in Gypsy at Napa Valley Conservatory Theater and Kate in Kiss Me Kate at 6th St. Playhouse in Santa Rosa; La Cage aux Folles lead Tim Setzer also recently starred in Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; Patti Coyle is the drama instructor at St. Helena High School where she produced Lend Me a Tenor and the charming musical Sound of Music; and Diego Garcia has sung in over 50 musicals and operas and is active as a tenor soloist in five languages.

November 4th: 7:15 PM opening night hors d'oeuvres & wine reception / $50
All other performances / $35
Benefits St. Helena High School Drama Department

December 2nd, 5-8 pm & 3rd-4th, 11-4 pm | 2011

White Barn Winter Fair | December 2-4, 2011 

White Barn Winter Fair

3rd Annual Artisans Craft Fair

This year buy local & handmade!

A variety of talented local artisans and craftsmen will join together at the White Barn Winter Fair as a benefit for Nimbus Arts.

The event will feature a wide selection of unique handmade crafts and one-of-a-kind creations. Visitors will find everything from the unusual to the unique sure to fit every taste and budget. Shoppers may purchase beautiful handmade jewelry, cards, fine art originals and prints, wooden cutting boards, hand blown glass ware, holiday floral designs, textiles, ceramics, artisan food, potions, striking recycled items, and so much more!

Preview Night, Friday December 2nd will run from 5-8pm and include wine, dessert and light music. Preview attendees will have the opportunity to purchase fine goods in advance of the general public while they enjoy a festive evening.

Just in time for holiday gift shopping, decorating and entertaining, you won’t want to miss this wonderful event! Visit the Fair on Saturday and Sunday December 3 & 4th from 11am to 4pm. Free admission and plenty of free parking.

December 2nd, 5-8pm - Wine Reception Benefit / $15
December 3rd-4th, 11am-4pm
Wine reception benefits Nimbus Arts