A partnership with Grand Teton National Park
Hailed by the Houston Chronicle as “revolutionary chamber musicians,” WindSync—winner of the 2012 Victor Elmaleh Concert Artists Guild Competition and awarded the Sylvia Ann Hewlett Adventurous Artist Prize—is a fresh and energetic ensemble based in Houston, Texas.
WindSync’s mission to inspire audiences through innovative, interactive chamber music concerts and educational programs drives its highly creative approach.
Grand Teton Music Festival is proud to welcome back WindSync for a second summer as our resident ensemble.
They will be traveling the valley performing short programs of music inspired by nature at various destinations, including Grand Teton National Park, Teton Village and Jackson.
Enjoy beautiful music in a spectacular setting! WindSync performs free, short programs of music inspired by nature in Grand Teton National Park and in other locations around the valley.
Music in Nature
Colter Bay Visitor Center, GTNP
July 8, July 9, August 5 & 6 (11AM & 12PM)
August 8 (2PM)
Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center, GTNP
July 3, July 9, August 6 (2PM)
August 8 (11AM & 12PM)
Jackson Lake Lodge, GTNP
July 8 & August 5 (5:30PM & 6PM)
Arts in Nature
Collaborative concerts with local nonprofit arts organizations and the Town of Jackson.
Art Association of Jackson Hole, Miller Park, Jackson
July 21 (12PM)
Center for the Arts, Jackson
July 10, July 17, July 31 & August 7 (5PM)
National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson
July 5, July 12, July 26 & August 9 (11AM)
July 19, painting project for children (2PM)
Town of Jackson, Town Square, Jackson
July 5, July 12, July 26 & August 9 (4PM)
Dancers’ Workshop, Jackson
WindSync will be collaborating with Dancers’ Workshop July 15–30 to present its Rhythm and Motion Dance Camp and a Ballet Intensive workshop. These sessions are not open to the public. For enrollment information, please contact Dancers’ Workshop at 307-733-6398 or www.dwjh.org.
Special Performance at Walk Festival Hall
July 11, July 25 (8PM) Musicians’ Choice Chamber Music (ticketed)
Thank you to our generous partners: Center for Wonder, C3, Center for the Arts, Dancers’ Workshop, Grand Teton National Park & the National Museum of Wildlife Art.