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In 2003 a group of local brass players began meeting on a casual basis to play quintet music – with sometimes as many as 10 players, it made for a unique and lively (if not oversized!) ensemble. Eventually, five of the regular players decided to come together as a group and form the Jackson Hole Brass Quintet. The brass quintet is a very flexible type of ensemble, with a repertoire encompassing musical genres from madrigals to jazz and everything in between. Four original members still comprise the JHBQ, and the group practices together weekly for several hours, with rare exception.
Since 2004, the JHBQ has been an ensemble of the Jackson Hole Symphony Orchestra, which sponsors the Quintet’s rehearsal space at the Center for the Arts. The JHBQ is proud to represent the Jackson Hole Symphony Orchestra as its mobile performing group, supporting the Orchestra’s education and outreach programs by performing at local schools and events.
The Jackson Hole Chorale works to provide a venue for the musical education of adults, teen through seniors, for the performance by its membership of classical chorale music, and to provide live choral musical performance for the community.
To provide an outlet for musicians in Jackson Hole to experience Big Band Jazz and to nurture and promote the appreciation of Jazz and its many forms. A uniquely American style of music, the roots of Jazz are celebrated in the rich styles that stroll through our collective history.
JFJH serves all musicians who have a desire to learn and experience music. With instrument in hand and an open mind, we begin our journey in Jazz. Along the way, swing, vocal ballads and sambas take us to places where sound and emotion dance through the air, and all the while, new ideas, abstract thought, and new ways of communicating are all possible in Jazz.
JFJH counted off in 1992 rehearsing on Wednesday nights. The group performs one to two concerts a month with featured local musicians like Jason Fritts, John Kidwell, and Valerie Seaberg. JFJH has hosted professional saxophonist Ralph Lalama and composer and professor at Hoftra University, David Lalama.