Music In The Hole
Uncategorized | May 22, 2007
The Grand Teton Music Festival is pleased to present their annual free community July 4th concert, Music In The Hole, for the 11th year in a row! This year, Music In The Hole is especially delighted to welcome back the Wyoming Army National Guard, which returns from a two year absence to participate in the concert’s finale, accompanying the Festival Orchestra in Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture on Howitzer cannons. Daylong festivities culminate in a performance by the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra led by Music Director Donald Runnicles, and feature pre-symphony entertainment by local performers. None of this is possible without the financial support of the Jackson Hole community, and the Grand Teton Music Festival seeks support in reaching its fundraising goals for its 11th Annual Music In The Hole. Music In The Hole takes place Wednesday, July 4th at Alpine Field in the town of Jackson.
It takes a community to make Music In The Hole happen – you and your business can become a supporter. There are significant benefits at all levels of support;
Contact Erin Roy at 307.733.3050 x103 to find out more about:
Created in 1997, Music In The Hole has become a perennial favorite of Jackson locals and visitors alike. This patriotic outdoor picnic-style concert for the community attracts as many as 8,000 people annually – the Grand Teton Music Festival is proud to celebrate the 11th Anniversary of Music In The Hole this summer!