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Rebroadcast from the MET: Massenet – Werther

Center for the Arts and Grand Teton Music Festival are pleased to announce the co-presentation of 2013-14 The Met: Live in HD at the Center for the Arts.

Massenet – Werther

Jonas Kaufmann stars in the title role of Massenet’s sublime adaptation of Goethe’s revolutionary and tragic romance, opposite Sophie Koch as Charlotte. The new production is directed and designed by Richard Eyre and Rob Howell, the same team that created the Met’s recent hit staging of Carmen. Rising young maestro Alain Altinoglu conducts.

Students: $12.00 | Adults: $20.00


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2014 Summer Season Schedule

Festival Orchestra (Single Tickets go on sale April 1 at 8am)

July 3 & 5 | Made In America

Bernstein   On the Town

Barber   Violin Concerto

Dvořák   Symphony No. 9

Sarah Chang, violin

Donald Runnicles, conductor


July 11 & 12 | Celebrating Strauss

Beethoven   Symphony No. 2

Strauss   Orchestral Songs

Strauss   From Capriccio:  Moon Interlude and Final Scene

Elgar   In the South

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, soprano

Donald Runnicles, conductor


Grand Teton Music Festival Presents on select Wednesdays:

The Harlem Quartet: Wednesday 7/9

Anderson & Roe, piano duo: Wednesday 7/23

National Youth Orchestra of the United States: Wednesday 7/30


Additional Attractions:

Music In The Hole: Join us 7/4  at Walk Festival Hall to celebrate the 4th of July!

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

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

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

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Rebroadcast from the MET: Puccini – La Bohème

The Center for the Arts and the Grand Teton Music Festival are pleased to announce the co-presentation of 2013-14 The Met: Live in HD at the Center for the Arts.

Puccini – La Bohème

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history —and with good reason. Anita Hartig and Barbara Frittoli star as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo in the role of her passionate lover, Rodolfo.

Students: $12.00 | Adults: $20.00

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Winter Chamber Series: Da Camera Young Artists

Da Camera Young Artists are emerging musicians chosen as fellows with Da Camera of Houston. Through this fellowship they perform jazz and chamber music striving to make great music accessible to all. Throughout the week of March 3rd they will play concerts in numerous Jackson-area schools. Join us for their public concert, From Backbeats to Shakespeare: America Now (see program below) on March 7th at 7:00 PM at the Presbyterian Church.

Students: FREE | Adults: $15.00

From Backbeats to Shakespeare: America Now

Cheating, Lying, Stealing (1993)
David Lang (b. 1957)

Red River (2007)
Mason Bates (b. 1977)
The Continental Divide
Interstate 70
Zuni Visions from the Canyon Walls
Hoover Slates Vegas
Running Dry on the Sonoran Floor

21 (2009)
Andy Akiho (b. 1979)


Tempest Fantasy (2002)
Paul Moravec (b. 1957)
Sweet Airs

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