GTMF borrows conductor from next-door neighbors – Jackson Hole News & Guide

For its “Musical World Tour,” set for 7 p.m. Thursday at the Center for the Arts, the Grand Teton Music Festival did not have to look far to find a conductor to help out.

Thomas Heuser, the music director for the Idaho Falls Symphony, will lead a group of GTMF players in Louise Farrenc’s Nonet (1849) to conclude the evening of chamber works.

…Brought into the GTMF fold when Associate Conductor Jerry Hou could not make the date, Heuser will conduct a piece that is squarely in his wheelhouse.

“This is a work that is early romantic or even late classical style,” he said of Ferrenc’s Nonet. “It has a typical scherzo, a boisterous finale.”

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