Who & What
Barrington’s White House in partnership with the Barrington Cultural Commission held the Rising Stars Vocal Competition in May of 2020 to highlight local high school singers.
Quinn Welder of Crystal Lake Central High School competed and won the competition, earning himself a featured event at Barrington’s White House in their Spring 2021 season. Welder will perform a variety of songs live from Barrington’s White House.
Where & When
The virtual presentation will take place on Sunday, April 11, 2021, at 3:00 pm.
Click here to register for the event. Tickets are $10 per household.
All spring 2021 events at Barrington’s White House will be held virtually. Tickets are $10 or less and can be purchased at BarringtonsWhiteHouse.com/events
More to Know
Quinn Welder is a senior at Crystal Lake Central High School, where he performs in the school’s various choirs and musicals. In addition to taking top honors in last summer’s Rising Stars Vocal Competition at Barrington’s White House, he has also been a Semifinalist in the Classical Singer National Voice Competition and was selected for the Illinois Music Education Association’s Honors All-State Chorus. Next year, he is planning to attend college to pursue Vocal Performance and Chemistry.
For information on the Rising Stars Vocal Competition, please contact Barrington’s White House Cultural Director Rollin Potter at email@example.com.
About Barrington’s White House
Completely restored in 2015 to mark the Village of Barrington’s Sesquicentennial celebration, Barrington’s White House at 145 W. Main Street is now a community and cultural center featuring regular performances and events. The elegant and historically significant property is also available to rent for weddings, galas, and corporate meetings. For more about the Barrington White House’s history and to view their calendar of upcoming events, visit BarringtonsWhiteHouse.com.