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If BBC Young Musician of 2016 Sheku Kanneh-Mason, violin superstar Leila Josefowicz or prodigious young conductor Gemma New weren’t enough to get classical music fans excited about the Grand Teton Music Festival’s 2021 season, the venerable valley arts nonprofit recently rolled out details f…

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The Teton region is habitat to a lot of talented solo performers, so Justin Smith, talent buyer for the Wort Hotel’s Silver Dollar Showroom, dreamed up the Folk Cafe to give them a stage and to give audiences a taste of their art.

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A Zoom with grandpa, a negative virus test result, the mastery of a new skill: Such hopeful notes were essential to weathering the prolonged COVID-19 limbo of the past year.

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For anyone who had forgotten about the simple pleasures of sitting outside in a camp chair, amid a throng of a thousand of your friends and neighbors, with a cold drink and a picnic dinner, all in front of a stage with a parade of live musicians performing, Saturday’s Spring Fling at the sit…

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Teton County isn’t quite out of the coronavirus woods, but it looks like there may be a clearing up ahead, and it could be just the right place to hold a music festival.

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For nigh on 60 years, if you wanted to learn how to paint or draw you could go to the Art Association of Jackson Hole, one of the valley’s oldest nonprofits. Gotta dance? Then your place was at Dancers’ Workshop, just a few years the Art Association’s junior. And those bitten by the theater …

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Wood Belly, a contemporary bluegrass band, has played a slew of America’s famous venues, ranging from the Boulder Theater to the Oriental Theater in Denver. This week the group is taking its talent to a more intimate setting, playing at the Silver Dollar for the grill’s “Sit Down Get Down” l…

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The Teton region is habitat to a lot of talented solo performers, so Justin Smith, talent buyer for the Wort Hotel’s Silver Dollar Showroom, dreamed up the Folk Cafe to give them a stage and to give audiences a taste of their art.

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A Zoom with grandpa, a negative virus test result, the mastery of a new skill: Such hopeful notes were essential to weathering the prolonged COVID-19 limbo of the past year.

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For anyone who had forgotten about the simple pleasures of sitting outside in a camp chair, amid a throng of a thousand of your friends and neighbors, with a cold drink and a picnic dinner, all in front of a stage with a parade of live musicians performing, Saturday’s Spring Fling at the sit…

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For nigh on 60 years, if you wanted to learn how to paint or draw you could go to the Art Association of Jackson Hole, one of the valley’s oldest nonprofits. Gotta dance? Then your place was at Dancers’ Workshop, just a few years the Art Association’s junior. And those bitten by the theater …

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Wood Belly, a contemporary bluegrass band, has played a slew of America’s famous venues, ranging from the Boulder Theater to the Oriental Theater in Denver. This week the group is taking its talent to a more intimate setting, playing at the Silver Dollar for the grill’s “Sit Down Get Down” l…

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It’s often said that Jackson Hole is like an island: isolated, self-contained, self-created, maybe self-absorbed. Populated by endemic species that maybe seem weird to outsiders.

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With music by familiar composers as well as some new names, performed by Grand Teton Music Festival stalwarts who call the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra their permanent home, the festival premieres its fifth and final online “On Location” recital — its coronavirus workaround — on Thursday.

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We’re just days away from the first day of spring — a time of rebirth, renewal, promise and hope — but the Grand Teton Music Festival has been running on optimism for months now.

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Musicians from far and wide are flocking to the valley because Music Land, directed by violinist Michelle Quinn, is hosting its Winter Concert in conjunction with the Star Valley Youth Orchestra at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Center Theater.

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The parade of musical acts moving through the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar — despite the COVID-19 pandemic — continues with yet another huge star: Randy Owen, founder and lead singer of country hit machine Alabama, in an “extremely rare” appearance set for March 18, talent buyer Justin Smith sa…

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Award-winning musician Adam Warner hopes Jackson Hole country music lovers will mosey on down to the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar this week to “let loose” and enjoy his neo-traditional country jams.

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The parade of musical acts moving through the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar continues with yet another huge star: Randy Owen, founder and lead singer of country hit machine Alabama, in an “extremely rare” appearance, talent buyer Justin Smith said in a prepared announcement.

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National Public Radio once called classical music Houston’s best-kept secret. But Grand Teton Music Festival audiences have known for decades about the deep pool of talent Space City has to offer. Drawing from some 64 ensembles and 47 institutions of higher learning, the festival has long re…

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this weekend’s show at the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill will be, as Silver Dollar and Cowboy Bar talent buyer Justin Smith put it, “sit down, get down,” meaning you have to remain seated at your table but can still jam out to hometown band Lonesome Gold’s new a…

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Babs Case, Dancers’ Workshop’s longtime artistic director, is “a true believer that the world doesn’t need another ‘Nutcracker.’”