Grand Teton Music Festival

Free family concerts at the library

July & August

Daytime concerts

Jackson & Alta branches

Oona, 307-733-2164 x135

Bring the kids to informal concerts hosted by Grand Teton Music Festival musicians. Tickets are free, but required, find them at

Teton County Library, Jackson Branch


GTMF assembles a string quartet from the Festival Orchestra to present an hour-long program of music and exploration. Learn what makes string instruments unique and different from other instruments in the orchestra in a relaxed atmosphere. GET TICKETS


Festival Musicians Carole Bean, flute, and Anne Preucil Lewellen, harp, lead this concert. Listen and learn at the library as this unique musical pairing performs an informal concert for music-lovers of all ages. GET TICKETS

WED, AUG 16, 2PM

Join Sybarite5 for an encore performance. Kids of all ages are invited to join the quintet during this musical afternoon that will surely spark some moving and grooving. GET TICKETS

Teton County Library, Alta Branch


String quartet Brooklyn Rider continues its residency in Jackson Hole. Known for their education programs and family oriented themes; the group will present a fun 45-minute program of eclectic music suitable for our youngest music lovers. GET TICKETS

WED, AUG 9, 3PM           

GTMF invites your family to meet the woodwind family! Festival Musicians from the Utah Symphony assemble a woodwind trio to perform. GET TICKETS

Free Family Concert at Walk Festival Hall

SAT, JULY 15, 11AM    

Families have an opportunity to get up close with the cello and music suited for the young at heart as virtuosic cellist Maja Bogdanovic continues her weeklong residency with this free family concert. 

Past Concerts


Festival percussionist Craig Hauschildt and friends host the kick-off concert. Be a part of the band and help compose the music during this interactive, kid-friendly performance. Jackson Branch.