Harth-Bedoya leads orchestra, audience on tour of the world

Wrapping up week three of its 2021 60th anniversary season, the Grand Teton Music Festival welcomes back guest conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya to lead the Festival Orchestra in an international program evoking Brazil, Italy and old Hungary, with a characteristically charming work by Mozart, his Concerto for Flute and Harp in C major, with solos by members of our home orchestra, Angela Jones-Reus and Elisabeth Remy Johnson.

Tickets for both weekend concerts are sold out — the festival continues to operate under health department-prescribed capacity limits — but orchestra-starved music lovers can sign up for the wait list for Friday or Saturday at GTMF.org.

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The Grand Teton Music Festival Returns For Its 60th Season