2014 Summer Schedule | July 3 – August 16

Festival Orchestra | Single Tickets on sale April 1 at 8am
(Fridays at 8 PM | Saturdays at 6 PM )

July 3 & 5 | Made In America
Bernstein   On the Town: Three Dance Episodes
Barber   Violin Concerto
Dvořák   Symphony No. 9

Sarah Chang, violin
Donald Runnicles, conductor

July 11 & 12 | Celebrating Strauss
Beethoven   Symphony No. 2
R. Strauss   Orchestral Songs
R. Strauss   From Capriccio:  Moon Interlude and Final Scene
Elgar   In the South (Alassio)

Heidi Melton, soprano
Donald Runnicles, conductor

July 18 & 19 | Fantasy & Fantasia
Mussorgsky   Night on Bald Mountain
Kalevi Aho   Sieidi
Rachmaninoff   Symphonic Dances

Colin Currie, percussion
Sebastian Lang-Lessing, conductor 

July 25 & 26 | Images of Europe
Vaughan Williams   Symphony No. 5
Mendelssohn   Violin Concerto
Debussy   from Images:  Ibéria

Simone Porter, violin
Donald Runnicles, conductor

August 1 & 2 | Haydn Seek
Mozart   Overture:  Magic Flute
Mozart   Sinfonia Concertante
Mozart   Symphony No. 30
Haydn   Symphony No. 100

Elizabeth Koch Tiscione, oboe
Laura Ardan, clarinet
Christopher Millard, bassoon
Gail Williams, horn
Nicholas McGegan, conductor

August 8 & 9 | Latin Beats & Pure Biss
Revueltas   Sensemayá
Beethoven   Piano Concerto No. 4
Dvořák   from Slavonic Dances
Rimsky-Korsakov   Capriccio Espagnol

Jonathan Biss, piano
Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor

August 15 & 16 | Magnificent Mahler
Mahler   Rückert Lieder
Mahler   Symphony No. 5

Kelley O’Connor, mezzo soprano
Donald Runnicles, conductor

In Addition: 

Select Wednesdays | Grand Teton Music Festival presents:

The Harlem Quartet: Wednesday 7/9
Anderson & Roe Piano Duo: Wednesday 7/23
National Youth Orchestra of the United States: Wednesday 7/30

Tuesdays (starting July 8) | Inside the Music: These one hour concerts hosted by Nicholas McGegan, Roger Oyster, Babara Scowcroft, and Andrew Palmer Todd feature Festival musicians in an informal atmosphere.

Thursdays (starting July 10) | Chamber Music : Festival musicians curate and perform chamber music spanning the spectrum from Bach to Adams.

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Music In The Hole: Join us at Walk Festival Hall July 4th!

The Jackson Hole Wine Auction:  6/26 – 6/28, DETAILS HERE