Grand Teton Music Festival

On the Road at Pierre’s Theatre

Show starts at 1:00pm
Doors at 12:30pm

Free Event!



Grand Teton Music Festival

On the Road at Pierre’s Theatre!

This melting pot of music for strings brings together the sounds of French, American, and Czech composers who were inspired by both their own musical cultures and those of others.

Anton Miller, violin
Greg Ewer, violin
Rita Porfiris, viola
Kayla Williams, viola
Steve Laven, cello
Meaghan Heinrich, host

Selections from:

  • Milhaud: String Quartet No. 1
  • Price: Five Folk Songs in Counterpoint
  • Dvořák: “American” String Quintet

GTMF On the Road brings live classical music to audiences in Teton County and surrounding communities through free concerts presented in partnership with community organizations in welcoming locations.

All ensembles feature members of the Festival Orchestra, made up of 250+ exceptional musicians from 84 orchestras and 72 institutions of higher learning. GTMF’s Stoner Family Education Curator Meaghan Heinrich leads programs that are accessible to all ages and bring the music to life with explanations and demonstrations.

Free and open to the public.

GTMF On the Road is made possible by program sponsors Mary & Don Shockey. Additional funding for education and community engagement programming provided by Anonymous, Arts For All–Teton County and the Town of Jackson, Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, TCSD #1 Recreation District, Frank A. O’Neil Family Foundation, Rendezvous Mountain Rentals, Marguerite and Matthew Stoner, and the Botwinick-Wolfensohn Foundation and Wolfensohn Family Foundation, in memory of Elaine and James Wolfensohn. Special thanks to Jackson Hole Land Trust for hosting GTMF at Greenspace on the Block.


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