Music Festival

Tickets are on Sale for the 32nd Grand Canyon Music Festival

Music FestivalThe Grand Canyon National Park is home to much more than just the canyon itself. Scientists, activists, speakers, and artists of all mediums have visited the canyon over the years, sustaining the rich and ever-present culture of the park. Regulars of the canyon and visitors from afar always have something to look forward to, and it’s time to start getting excited about the 32nd Annual Grand Canyon Music Festival. The festival will consist of 7 concerts performed by three ensembles, and every one of them promises to be an incredible musical experience for everyone from the most casual listener to the most seasoned critic. Bring the family, see the canyon, and enjoy the following shows…

August 28th and 29th
Featuring The Catalyst Quartet (Karla Donehew-Perez and Jessie Montgomery, violin; Paula Laraia, viola; Karlos Rodriquez, cello; and Maryanne Ramos, cello). Music by Schubert, Beethoven, Brahms, and Bartok.

September 3rd, 4th, and 5th
Featuring the Bonfiglio Group (Robert Bonfiglio, harmonica; Joe Deninzon, jazz violin; Stephen Benson, guitar; Daniel Bonfiglio, drums). Original music fusing jazz, classical, rock, and pop.

September 11th and 12th
Featuring the Speltz Family Chamber Players (Clare Hoffman, flute; Brendan Speltz, violin; Connie Kupka, violin and viola; Brook and David Speltz, cello). Music by Bach, Beethoven, Arensky, and more.

For more information on these events and more, visit the Grand Canyon Music Festival’s official website. All of these events will take place at the Shrine of the Ages at Grand Canyon National Park on the Grand Canyon South Rim. Buy your tickets now!

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Tickets are on Sale for the 32nd Grand Canyon Music Festival
The Grand Canyon National Park will soon be home to the 32nd annual Grand Canyon Music Festival!

Tia Jones

Tia Jones is a long time contributor for the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center website. She is active outdoors and absolutely loves the Grand Canyon.