Giving people the music they deserve – Jackson Hole News & Guide

Great music, performed well, is for everyone.

“And I believe everyone deserves it,” insisted Meaghan Heinrich, education curator for the Grand Teton Music Festival. “And that everyone has the capacity to understand it.”

It takes matching the right piece of music with the right audience — and tailoring the way it’s presented to the target audience’s world.

“Music helps us feel things more deeply, makes happiness more happy, excitement more exciting, sadness more profound. It enhances everything we already feel as humans in the world. If we go about lives in the world and have a way to experience those feelings more deeply through art, music, dance, all those things, we’re going to have a better life.

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