Wyoming Arts Council

Grand Teton Music Festival

Contact: Grand Teton Music Festival

Jackson, WY

Arts Organizations, Councils, Guilds & Groups | Fairs & Festivals | Theatres/Performance Venues

Phone | 3077333050

Web | https://gtmf.org/

Email | gtmf@gtmf.org


The mission of the Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF) is to engage, entertain, educate, and inspire our resident and seasonal communities through exhilarating musical experiences.

GTMF fulfills its mission through nearly 100 concerts, education activities, and community events each year.

GTMF's 2022 Impact:
*20,000 - combined audience for all GTMF programming
*4,500 - number of free tickets distributed to performances
*2,700 - number of children, families and community members who enjoyed free education and community programming

The main driver of GTMF's impact is its annual summer festival held in Jackson Hole each July and August. The Festival Orchestra led by Music Director Sir Donald Runnicles is its heart and soul. This "super group" of classical musicians from 90 major orchestras and 65 education institutions around the world performs eight weeks of symphonic and chamber music concerts in GTMF's acclaimed Walk Festival Hall. They also support GTMF's community impact, widening access to music by participating in GTMF's free education and community engagement programs.

During the summer, GTMF augments the Festival Orchestra's concert and community programming with:
*Presentations of solo pianists
*Performances by non-classical artists
*Free programs presented by resident Education Curator Meaghan Heinrich

GTMF stays connected with people year-round through concerts in Jackson's Center for the Arts, presentations of the Met Opera in HD, select digital programming, and free events for Jackson students.