Late this summer, classical pianist, Hunter Noack, will play his 9-foot Steinway grand piano on Fox Creek Ranch in Teton Valley for a unique outdoor concert experience on a conserved property. Hunter’s goal: connecting people to the landscape. IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild is an outdoor concert series that takes place in stunning landscapes of the West. Noack expertly plays to his audience while the music is transmitted to the concert-goers via wireless headphones. No longer confined to seats, attendees are encouraged to wander and become immersed in the combined beauty of music and nature.
Property tours on Fox Creek Ranch to learn about the conservation and restoration work will be available on a limited basis before the concert begins. We will have a silent auction and Plein Air artists painting on-site, whose work will be sold by auction at the end of the program.
During this event, we will honor Joselin Matkins, our late Executive Director, and we will be presenting her loved ones with the Ed Hill Conservation Award in honor of her incredible conservation work, vision, and enduring spirit. We will also honor Ron Rope, Sandy Mason, Susan Rose, and Tim Hopkins. Incredible people who were an important part of Teton Regional Land Trust and leave an impressive legacy.
Come join us starting at 2pm. The concert will begin at 4pm.
Tickets are $35 and you are welcome to bring your own chairs or blanket, picnic basket, and beverages. To purchase tickets and sign up for a conservation tour, click here.
Photo by Joey Hamilton