JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING — The penultimate week of GTMF’s 58th Summer Season includes two Hartley family concerts; Anderson and Roe Piano Duo on Wednesday; an evening of chamber music with Performance Today on Thursday; and two nights of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and Glazunov’s Saxophone Concerto with Branford Marsalis and the Festival Orchestra on Friday and Saturday.
GTMF Presents Anderson & Roe Piano Duo
Wednesday, August 7 at 8PM | $30
Known for their super-charged performances, original compositions, and masterful arrangements, Anderson & Roe is revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century. The duo makes their second GTMF appearance with an energetic program that straddles classical and pop genres.
Hartley Family Concert Series: Double the Fun
Thursday, August 8 at 12PM | Free, but ticketed
NEW LOCATION: St. John’s Episcopal Church
Enter a world of fantasy in a galaxy far, far away with Anderson & Roe at St. John’s Episcopal Church. The piano duo will delight our young listeners with special arrangements just for them!
Hartley Family Concert Series: WindSync’s “Peter and the Wolf”
Thursday, August 8 at 3PM | Free, but ticketed
Teton County Library, Alta
Inspired by storytelling, WindSync Wind Quintet takes you on a magical musical journey introducing the sounds of the flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French horn. Complete with costumes and choreography, you won’t want to miss this unforgettable family experience!
An Evening with Performance Today
Thursday, August 8 at 8PM | $30
As America’s most popular classical music program, Performance Today reaches more than three million listeners weekly. Join host Fred Child for an evening of conversation and chamber music recorded for national broadcast.
Festival Orchestra: The Rite of Spring
Friday, August 9 at 8PM & Saturday, August 10 at 6PM | $25–$60
This stellar concert begins with popular selections from Peer Gynt, including audience favorites Morning Mood and In the Hall of the Mountain King. Next, saxophone legend Branford Marsalis makes his GTMF debut with Glazunov’s Concerto. Stravinsky’s visceral pagan masterpiece The Rite of Spring completes the evening.
Reserve tickets for GTMF events online at gtmf.org or by calling 307.733.1128
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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