An Evening with WindSync

Monday, December 20 | 7 PM 

Center for the Arts
240 S. Glenwood St., Jackson

Ring in the holidays with this diverse program featuring WindSync, an ensemble of five outstanding wind musicians who come together as performers, educators and community builders. Joining WindSync for special selections will be GTMF Music Director Sir Donald Runnicles on piano.

WindSync, wind quintet
Garrett Hudson, flute; Emily Tsai, oboe; Elias Rodriguez, clarinet; Kara LaMoure, bassoon; Anni Hochhalter, horn

Sir Donald Runnicles, piano

BEETHOVEN Quintet in E-flat Major
MASSENET  Meditation from Thaïs
TCHAIKOVSKY  Suite from The Nutcracker
RESPIGHI  L’Adorazione dei Magi from Trittico Botticelliano

Tickets $35; $15 children/students age 17 & under


“…Staunchly dedicated to pushing the boundaries of wind quintet performance with youthful, pop-rock sensibility.”

~Winnipeg Free Press

Join us at 6:15 PM for a pre-concert performance by MusicLand’s Jackson Hole Youth Orchestra; Vince Gutwein, Music Director & Conductor


GTMF has put measures in place in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. All concert attendees will need to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event. Audience members must wear masks at all times, regardless of vaccination status, except when actively eating or drinking. Masks will be available if you forget yours. Please read our safety protocols for more details. We thank you in advance for your understanding as we continue to ensure the health and safety of our musicians, staff and patrons.

About WindSync

WindSync has established itself as a vibrant chamber ensemble performing wind quintet masterworks, adapting beloved music to their instrumentation, and championing new works by today’s composers. The quintet eliminates the “fourth wall” between musicians and audience by often performing from memory, creating an intimate connection. This personal performance style, combined with the ensemble’s three-pronged mission of artistry, education, and community-building, lends WindSync its reputation as “a group of virtuosos who are also wonderful people, too” (Alison Young, Classical MPR).​ The quintet has served as ensemble-in-residence for Adelphi University, the Chamber Music Festival of Lexington (KY), the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, and the Grand Teton Music Festival.

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