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Grand Teton Music Festival Charity Profile
Since its inception in 1962, the Grand Teton Music Festival has earned the reputation as one of the most important summer music festivals in the country. Originally produced by an organization known as the Fine Arts Guild as part of the Jackson Hole Fine Arts Festival, the Grand Teton Music Festivalís first several seasons included dance, film, and visual art as well as music. Local volunteers gave time, energy, and money to make the acoustical panels, risers, and floor coverings that provided the setting for beautiful music. With performances in the old High School gymnasium, the Jackson Lake Lodge, and on the lawn of St. Johnís Church, the Festival made a mark on the summer cultural life of Jackson Hole.
Grand Teton Music Festival Volunteer Information
The Grand Teton Music Festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission supports great music and music education in our valley. We could not do this without our dedicated corps of volunteers! From ushering at our concerts, to assisting with office work, our volunteers are at the heart and soul of our organization. Benefits of volunteering include fantastic music, concert ticket vouchers, fun social events, and great company.
Grand Teton Music Festival Donation Information
We rely on the generous support of our donors, business sponsors, and volunteers to produce the magnificent concerts and education programs that increase the quality of life for those who vacation in this beautiful mountain setting, and for those who are fortunate enough to call Jackson their permanent home.