Richard Brown Orchestra presents “The Way They Were” as part of Grand Teton Music Festival Spotlight Series
JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – August 6, 2013 – Grand Teton Music Festival will feature the Richard Brown Orchestra Wednesday, August 7 at 8 p.m. in Walk Festival Hall in the program “The Way They Were,” a tribute concert filled with music from lost musical legends.
This spotlight concert will celebrate the lives and work of lost stars including singular sensation Marvin Hamlisch, jazz legend Dave Brubeck, and dynamic divas Etta James, Donna Summer, Whitney Houston and The Andrew Sisters. After intermission, the audience will be invited to dance on stage and celebrate the music of these stars.
The Richard Brown Orchestra performance will include four singers, the Richard Brown band made up of members from Houston, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and Jackson Hole and a string section made up of 16 string players from the Festival Orchestra.
The Richard Brown Orchestra appears as a part of the Festival’s Spotlight series, which presents individual artists and groups that perform everything from jazz and classical crossover to Broadway hits, big band sounds, flamenco and more.
The remaining Spotlight series concert Bravo Broadway! will be August 14 and feature the following stars: Tony Award winner Debbie Gravitte, Helen Hayes Award recipient Christiane Noll, Doug LaBrecque and Robert Felstein on piano. All Spotlight performances are located at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village and begin at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays. Tickets are $35 – $45 for adults and $10 for students. Local’s rush tickets are available 30 minutes before the concert for $15 to anyone with a valid Wyoming or Idaho I.D. To purchase tickets, please call 307.733.1128.