TUNE-UP, A COLLABORATION BETWEEN TETON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL, STARTS THIS WEEK

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – September 11, 2014 – The Grand Teton Music Festival’s Tune-Up program, a collaboration with the Teton County School District, provides supplemental music instruction for every student in the Teton County School District’s Middle and High School band and orchestra programs. Since 2004 nearly 400 students each year have received this additional […]

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ANNOUNCING THE MET: RE-BROADCAST IN JACKSON OCTOBER 2014–MARCH 2015

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING –The Grand Teton Music Festival and the Center for the Arts are thrilled to announce the co-presentation of another season of MET Operas starting this October and going through March of 2015. Building upon the great success of last year’s five operas, this year we will be presenting seven operas! All seven […]

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MAESTRO RUNNICLES RENEWS GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL CONTRACT THROUGH 2019

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – July 9, 2014 –The Grand Teton Music Festival Board of Directors is thrilled to announce that Maestro Donald Runnicles has renewed his contract with the Grand Teton Music Festival through the summer of 2019. Music Director of the Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF) since 2006, Maestro Runnicles selects the repertoire, conducts […]

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FREE STUDENT TICKETS AT GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL FOR SUMMER 2014

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – July 7, 2014 –Thanks to the success of our annual fundraiser, the Jackson Hole Wine Auction, and the generosity of four donors, students can now attend all 2014 Summer Season concerts free. During the Long Reimer Winegar Beppler Paddle Raise for Music Education Gale & Shelby Davis, Sylvia Neil & Dan […]

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WEEK 6 & 7 | AUGUST 5–9 & 12–16, LATIN BEATS & PURE BISS & MAGNIFICENT MAHLER

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – June 25, 2014 –Week six of our Festival Season starts with Tuesday’s “Simply Classical” Inside The Music concert. Hosted by Festival Orchestra violinist and music educator Barbara Scowcroft, this concert showcases works of simplicity and beauty and will include Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, and Vivaldi in solo and small ensembles. Join […]

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WEEK 5 | JULY 29–AUGUST 2, NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA & HAYDN SEEK

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – June 20, 2014 –Week 5 of the Festival Season begins with Inside The Music. Guest host Nicholas McGegan takes the audience beyond the score with anecdotes, images, and musical examples chronicling the experiences of Haydn in London. Festival Orchestra musicians will join in chamber music excerpts with Maestro McGegan at the […]

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WEEK 4 | JULY 22–26, ANDERSON & ROE PIANO DUO & IMAGES OF EUROPE

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – June 30, 2014 –Week four of our Festival Season starts with Tuesday’s Inside The Music concert. This one-hour program was developed around the theme “Originals”—composers who broke new ground including pieces by Corelli, Debussy and Gershwin. Join us July 22 at 8pm. Tickets are FREE. Wednesday, July 23 for our GTMF […]

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WEEK 3 | JULY 15–19, FANTASY & FANTASIA

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – June 30, 2014 –Week three of our Festival Season will start with Tuesday’s Inside The Music concert. This one-hour program called “Who Dat?” is hosted by the inimitable, always entertaining Roger Oyster and showcases renowned works of lesser-known composers including Arnold Bax, Anton Arensky concluding with a piece by Ravel. Join […]

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WEEK 2 | JULY 8–12, HARLEM QUARTET & CELEBRATING STRAUSS

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – May 30, 2014 –Week two of our Summer Festival Season kick offs on Tuesday, with our free concert series, Inside The Music. These one-hour programs feature Festival musicians in an informal atmosphere. Designed to explain and provide details about the music being played, Inside the Music is great for newcomers as […]

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WEEK 1 OF GTMF, JULY 3–5 | INCLUDING MUSIC IN THE HOLE

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – May 22, 2014 –We are thrilled to announce our opening weekend celebrating Americana. Join us for the Made in America concerts (Thursday, July 3 and Saturday, July 5) to experience the music of Leonard Bernstein and Samuel Barber, two eminent twentieth century American composers. The program will open with Bernstein’s contemporary […]

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