Grand Teton Music Festival is ready to mark the birth of the USofA with musical fireworks.
Capathia Jenkins knows how to celebrate.
“I’ve done quite a few Fourth of July, ‘Patriotic Pops’-type concerts,” the former Brooklynite said from her new home outside of Atlanta. “One of the things I love about [them] is it’s not only community kind of driven, but also for families, and to look out and see little kids, grandparents … I love that about these kinds of events.”
Jenkins will help Jackson Hole mark the Fourth this year, performing Sunday afternoon on the Center for the Arts Lawn with Sir Donald Runnicles and the Grant Teton Music Festival Orchestra on a number of songs that are as upbeat and American as fireworks, swimmin’ holes, and the Red, White and Blue.