GTMF’s Summer Season starts this week

JACKSON, WY–The Grand Teton Music Festival’s 2019 Summer Season begins July 3 and runs through August 17. During the seven-week summer festival, GTMF presents over 60 events, including performances by Hilary Hahn, Norah Jones, Yefim Bronfman, Takács Quartet, Kristin Chenoweth, and Branford Marsalis. GTMF opens the season with cabaret legend Michael Feinstein, the wildly popular Patriotic Pops concert, and two gala performances of Carl Orff’s monumental Carmina Burana.

GTMF Presents Vocalist Michael Feinstein
Wednesday, July 3 at 8PM | $75

The festivities begin with cabaret sensation Michael Feinstein. Known as the “Ambassador of the Great American Songbook,” Mr. Feinstein leads his ensemble in a concert of American classics, including works by Gershwin, Sondheim, and Sinatra.

Festival Orchestra: Patriotic Pops
Thursday, July 4 at 6PM | SOLD OUT

Celebrate July 4th in Walk Festival Hall with patriotic favorites such as the Armed Forces Salute, and the Star-Spangled Banner. Maestro Donald Runnicles leads the Festival Orchestra and Utah Symphony Chorus in this popular concert celebrating our nation’s independence.

Visit to be added to the waitlist. Patrons are also welcome to join the standby line starting 30 minutes prior to the performance. For ticketholders who can no longer attend, please call the box office to return your tickets.

2019 Fundraising Gala: Carmina Burana
Friday, July 5 at 8PM & Saturday, July 6 at 6PM | $150

GTMF celebrates the Festival Orchestra during the Gala Fundraising weekend—two nights of big performances to kick off the season! The

GTMF / Rober Kusel

Festival Orchestra takes center stage in selections from Rossini’s comic masterpiece The Barber of Seville and Orff’s epic Carmina Burana. This grand spectacle features 200 musicians on stage, including a full orchestra, chorus, children’s chorus, and three soloists!

Soprano Meechot Marrero returns to the Festival after her 2018 debut as Maria in West Side Story. She is joined by tenor Sunnyboy Dladla, baritone Thomas Lehman, the Utah Symphony Chorus, and the Choristers of the Madeleine Choir School. Music Director Donald Runnicles conducts both performances.

Funds raised from the 2019 Gala support the Grand Teton Music Festival and its community initiatives, including more than 60 world-class, exhilarating performances each summer, free tickets for students to GTMF performances, and numerous free family concerts.

Reserve tickets for GTMF events online at or by calling 307.733.1128.

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Grand Teton Music Festival

For 58 years, the Grand Teton Music Festival has served as the summer home for the nation’s top orchestral players Led by acclaimed Music Director Donald Runnicles, the biggest names in classical music join

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