Thank you to everyone who helped to make our 60th Season a success!

GTMF to air on WyomingPBS in October

Highlights from the Grand Teton Music Festival’s 60th Season will be broadcast on WyomingPBS on Friday, October 8 at 8 PM and Sunday, October 10 at 4 PM. The premiere can also be watched on the WyomingPBS homepage and YouTube channel starting on October 8 at 8 PM.  After the premiere, the program can be streamed on the PBS video app and watched on YouTube. |  more info

60th Season Memories

Music Director Sir Donald Runnicles, Executive Director Emma Kail, Principal Hornist Gail Williams, Principal Cellist Daniel Laufer and Principal Percussionist Richard Brown share their memories from the Grand Teton Music Festival’s 60th Season:

Upcoming Performances with Sir Donald Runnicles

Deutsche Oper Berlin
Wagner’s Ring Cycle – Der Ring des Nibelungen
Cycle 1: November 11-14, 2021  |  more info
Cycle 2: November 16-21, 2021  |  more info
Cycle 3: January 4-9, 2022  |  more info

With its claim of explaining the world through its sheer expanse across time, Der Ring des Nibelungen is the greatest challenge for any opera director. At the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Stefan Herheim is taking on the task of translating the mindset of Wagner’s tetralogy into the 21st century. Conducted by Sir Donald Runnicles, the new cycle will be titled in German and English and features an exciting cast, with Nina Stemme as Brünnhilde, Clay Hilley as Siegfried, Brandon Jovanovich as Siegmund and Elisabeth Teige as Sieglinde.

Tickets on-sale on September 23

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


The Grand Teton Music Festival’s mission is to provide exhilarating musical experiences. The festival was founded in 1962 by the Jackson Hole Fine Arts Festival to foster classical music experiences for performers and audiences and to improve and enrich the cultural awareness and opportunities for people in Wyoming and the adjacent area. GTMF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.