The Jackson Hole Chorale was formed in 1982 with a mission to provide an opportunity for local singers to perform and further their choral skills. Throughout the years we have educated our community audience in a wide variety of music forms and literature, introducing them to composers with whom they might otherwise never become acquainted. The Chorale performs music from all periods.
We consist of 40 – 60 members, including some founding members and perform three major concerts every year – one at Christmas and one in the spring. We have two choirs: The Jackson Hole Chorale and a smaller group – The Jackson Hole Chorale “Singers”. Typical concerts feature a large work performed by the entire choir, such as the Mozart Requiem. The “Singers” represent the Chorale in our community outreach events where the group performs throughout the community, sharing their love of music at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Senior Center, Rotary Club, People’s Market and other community venues. All are welcome to come and sing with us!