Free Student Tickets at Grand Teton Music Festival for Summer 2014

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – July 7, 2014 –Thanks to the success of our annual fundraiser, the Jackson Hole Wine Auction, and the generosity of four donors, students can now attend all 2014 Summer Season concerts free. During the Long Reimer Winegar Beppler Paddle Raise for Music Education Gale & Shelby Davis, Sylvia Neil & Dan Fischel, Mary Linn & Bill Wecker, and Cynthia Walk & Charles Wolfinger all raised their paddles at the $5,000 level to ensure that any student who wants to attend a Grand Teton Music Festival concert this summer will be able to! Grand Teton Music Festival is committed to music education and instilling an appreciation formusic in our community. Children ages four and up are welcome to attend concerts with music-loving adults. In prior years, tickets for children and students were $10. This year, the generosity of our supporters allows us to make these tickets free for the entire seven weeks of our season! With up to five concerts a week for seven weeks (July 3–August 16) there is plenty of time for families to take advantage of this great deal. Join us Tuesday through Saturday for evening concerts or come out to see a world-class symphony rehearse on Friday mornings. We have something for everyone and kids can enjoy it free all summer! About the Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF): Founded in 1962 the Grand Teton Music Festival brings musicians from renowned orchestras across the nation to share their talents and passion in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. During the seven-week festival held each summer, guests experience exhilarating classical music performances under the direction of world-famous Maestro Donald Runnicles in the acoustically acclaimed Walk Festival Hall. Both artists and guests return to the Grand Teton Music Festival year after year inspired by the magnificent music and setting. For media requests, contact Susan Scarlata, Director of Marketing, or 307.732.9957
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