Skip to Content
Know Before You Go. Traffic Alerts and Tips 72° / 37 Daily Report

Book Your Trip

Book your flight and transportation with your lodging in one, easy to use package booking portal. To use the portal, you must at least book lodging. You may also book via phone with one of our agents by calling 866-265-4623

I'm interested in
Ages of Children *

    63 Years of Grand Teton Music Festival

    By Visit Jackson Hole
    Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole.

    Grand Teton Music Festival celebrates its 63rd season, June 27 to August 17, 2024, with world-renowned artists including Yo-Yo Ma.

    For over half a century, the Grand Teton Music Festival has been captivating audiences in Walk Festival Hall at Teton Village, WY. Now, in its 63rd season, the Festival will include eight weeks of performances under the leadership of Music Director Sir Donald Runnicles.

    Words by Grand Teton Music Festival

    This summer, the Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF) Orchestra brings together more than 250 musicians from 84 orchestras and 72 education institutions around the world. Don’t miss exceptional performances at Walk Festival Hall and locations around Teton County!

    Festival favorite violinist Augustin Hadelich kicks off the Festival Orchestra series with Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. Other highlights include world premieres by composers Detlev Glanert and Adam Schoenberg, pianist Michelle Cann playing Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Third Coast Percussion performing Clarice Assad’s PLAY! (a GTMF co-commission), Jennifer Koh playing Missy Mazzoli’s Violin Concerto, Cliburn Piano Competition Silver Medalist Anna Geniushene performing Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto, and the US premiere of Melody Eötvös’ Pyramidion.

    Dalia Stasevska returns as a guest conductor; David Danzmayr and Juraj Valčuha make their festival debuts. The Festival Orchestra series culminates in a semi-staged production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, featuring world-class opera soloists and the GTMF Chorus.

    Special events include a recital by pianist Garrick Ohlsson and an evening with world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma in celebration of the 50th anniversary of our beloved home, Walk Festival Hall.

    Grand Teton Music Festival outdoor concerts Grand Teton Music Festival in Walk Festival Hall

    Join Grand Teton Music Festival for two outdoor events at Center for the Arts Park: Jayne and Al Hilde, Jr. Patriotic Pops and a free Family Concert. The Gateway Series returns with four diverse artists and ensembles: Brazilian musicians and father/daughter duo Sérgio and Clarice Assad, singer/pianist Tony DeSare, Counterpoint (pianist/composer Conrad Tao and choreographer/dancer Caleb Teicher), and “the king and queen of the banjo” (Paste Magazine) Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn. In addition, our Festival Orchestra musicians are featured in an eclectic five-concert Chamber Music Series.

    Tickets for this season are on sale now. Get your seats before they sell out!

    Visit the Grand Teton Music Festival’s website for a full schedule of performances.