GTMF rounds out its 60th season

Single tickets on sale for orchestral concerts, chamber recitals and ‘Gateway Series.’

If BBC Young Musician of 2016 Sheku Kanneh-Mason, violin superstar Leila Josefowicz or prodigious young conductor Gemma New weren’t enough to get classical music fans excited about the Grand Teton Music Festival’s 2021 season, the venerable valley arts nonprofit recently rolled out details for the rest of its 60th season: a new Thursday night “Gateway Series,” programs for Wednesday night chamber recitals, and a summerlong schedule for “GTMF On the Road” events featuring string, brass and jazz combos at outdoor venues throughout the county.

Single tickets went on sale Tuesday for all of this year’s concerts for the Music Festival, which welcomes more than 200 professional orchestra players from 130-plus ensembles and institutes from throughout North America for seven weeks of live music starting July 2 and running through Aug. 21.

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Grand Teton Music Festival Announces New “Gateway Series” and “GTMF on the Road” Program, Further Expanding Community Engagement in 60th Season
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