GTMF is pleased to present GTMF On Location, a 5-concert digital chamber music series featuring small ensembles, recorded and produced remotely in the home cities of Festival Orchestra musicians across the country. The series creates opportunities for more intimate artistic access to GTMF musicians who comprise some of the best musicians from the best orchestras across the United States.

GTMF On Location concerts will take place the second week of each month through March 2021. Each program will be premiered on GTMF’s YouTube Channel and Facebook page and will remain up for on-demand viewing.

GTMF On Location – Chicago

Thursday, December 10, 7 PM MT

Recorded at Alice Millar Chapel, Northwestern University

With Chicago-based GTMF Musicians:
Barbara Butler, trumpet; Tage Larsen, trumpet; Gail Williams, horn; Michael Mulcahy, trombone; Eugene Pokorny, tuba

JOHN HARBISON  Two Chorale Preludes for Advent (from “Christmas Vespers”)
J.S. BACH  Die Kunst der Fuga, BWV 1080 (“The Art of the Fugue”)
…plus a Fantasy on “The Twelve Days of Christmas” and traditional holiday carols

This concert is generously sponsored by Willow Street Trust Company

Barbara Butler
Tage Larsen
Gail Williams
Michael Mulcahy
Eugene Pokorny, tuba

GTMF On Location – New York

Thursday, November 12, 7 PM MT

Recorded at St. Bartholomew’s Church, 325 Park Avenue, New York, NY

VIVALDI   Piccolo Concerto in C Major, RV 443
Stephanie Mortimore, piccolo; Bruno Eicher, violin; Ling Ling Huang, violin; Mary Hammann, viola; Kari Jane Docter, cello; Paolo Bordignon, harpsichord

ELGAR  Elegy for Strings, Op. 58
Bruno Eicher, violin; Ling Ling Huang, violin; Mary Hammann, viola; Kari Jane Docter, cello; Joel Noyes, cello

J.S. BACH  Sonata No. 2 in D Major, BWV 1028
Joel Noyes, cello; Paolo Bordignon, harpsichord

TONIA KO  Still Life Crumbles
Ling Ling Huang, violin; Paolo Bordignon, harpsichord

BEETHOVEN  String Trio No. 5 in C minor, Op. 9
Bruno Eicher, violin; Mary Hammann, viola; Kari Jane Docter, cello


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From St. Bart’s with love…Grand Teton Music Festival’s ‘On Location’ series starts Thursday with a rejuvenating performance from New York, Jackson Hole News & Guide

Right now, our healthcare workers are on the frontlines of battling the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that’s spreading rapidly throughout our community and throughout the nation. This GTMF On Location streaming concert is dedicated to the Doctors, Nurses, and Staff at St. John’s Health in Jackson, Wyoming. Thank you — from everyone at Grand Teton Music Festival — for the sacrifices you make, every day and especially during this pandemic.

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