Join us for our 61st season, July 3-August 27, featuring eight weeks of performances under the leadership of Music Director Sir Donald Runnicles. Tickets on sale now!

Pianist Garrick Ohlsson kicks off the Festival Orchestra series at Walk Festival Hall with a Beethoven Piano Extravaganza—performing all five concerti over two evenings. Other highlights include Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony with soloists and the GTMF Chorus, plus guest appearances by the St. Lawrence String Quartet, pianist Ingrid Fliter, violinist Augustin Hadelich, cellist Johannes Moser and GTMF/LA Phil Principal Trumpet Thomas Hooten. Markus Stenz returns as guest conductor; Eun Sun Kim and Dalia Stasevska make their debuts. The Festival Orchestra series culminates in a blockbuster weekend with Puccini’s La Bohème, semi-staged in concert, featuring six renowned opera soloists.

Crowd-favorite Capathia Jenkins joins us again as vocalist for our Patriotic Pops concert at the Center for the Arts Park. A free Family Concert will also be presented outdoors.

The Gateway Series returns with four diverse artists and ensembles: jazz trumpeter Byron Stripling with vocalist Carmen Bradford, GRAMMY®-winning singer/songwriter Aoife O’Donovan, vocal ensemble VOCES8 and a Broadway evening with Andy Einhorn and friends. The world-class talents of the Festival Orchestra musicians are featured as part of a seven-concert chamber music series. A new Sunday matinee piano recital series showcases virtuosic pianists: Joyce YangInon Barnatan and the 2022 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold Medalist.  Select performances will be streamed online.

Live from the Grand Teton Music Festival Radio Broadcast/Podcast

Live from the GTMF will be aired on Wyoming Public Radio and Classical Wyoming from March 2 through May 29, 2022―Wednesday evenings at 8 PM and Sunday afternoons at 4 PM.  Episodes are also available on Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts and Amazon Music.  |  more info

Upcoming Performances with Sir Donald Runnicles

Deutsche Oper Berlin
May 8 & 26, 2022, 5 PM
Wagner’s Tannhäuser and the Wartburg Singers’ War
Sir Donald Runnicles, conductor
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Discover the many layers of meaning in Richard Wagner’s Tannhäuser in this production by Kirsten Harm.

Deutsche Oper Berlin
May 15 & 22, 2022, 5 PM
Wagner’s Lohengrin
Sir Donald Runnicles, conductor
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This season at the Deutsche Oper Berlin offers the opportunity to see Kasper Holten’s controversial interpretation of Wagner’s Lohengrin as a timeless political power struggle.

Deutsche Oper Berlin
May 21 & 25, 2022, 7:30 PM
May 29, 2022, 4 PM
Puccini’s Madame Butterfly
Sir Donald Runnicles, conductor
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Director/Stage Design/Costume Design  Pier Luigi Samaritani
Chorus Master  Thomas Richter
Cio-Cio-San  Elena Guseva
Suzuki  Irene Roberts
Kate Pinkerton  Gina Perregrino
B. F. Pinkerton  Brian Jagde

One of the best places to hear classical music in the summer.

– The Wall Street Journal

The setting is everything at this event, but with Donald Runnicles in charge, musical quality is assured.

– The New York Times

One of America’s most impressive music festivals.

– BBC Music Magazine

Where some of the world’s best musicians congregate and perform.

– The Economist 1843

Vision & Mission

OUR VISION is to be among the finest music festivals in the world and a vital part of Jackson Hole’s distinctive culture of excellence. OUR MISSION is to engage, entertain, educate, and inspire our resident and seasonal communities through exhilarating musical experiences. We feature orchestral, chamber, and solo performances of primarily classical music by world-class artists, and we foster a culture that draws outstanding musicians to Jackson Hole in support of this mission. GTMF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

2022 Season Artwork

Our 2022 Season artwork, entitled “Summer at the Landing,” is by Stacey Peterson  |  Learn more