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Who Dunnit, Bizet’s Carmen and Fly Fishing Film Tours!

If you’re itching to get out fishing, the next best thing is the Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Film Tour – March 13th at Center for the Arts – 6:00pm – 10:00pm. Join their happy hour at Roadhouse from 4-6 pm before the film. Doors open at 6:00 pm for a pre-event social. The film, which includes a Wyoming segment, starts promptly at 7.00 pm. Wine, Beer, Raffle Prizes and more. Presented by WorldCast Anglers and Jackson Hole WILD!

Join the Art Association on March 14th for their annual WhoDunnit? Anonymous Art Show & Sale where partygoers bid on new works donated by 200+ artists and guess WhoDunnit? 5:30-8:30 pm at Center for the Arts.

Art is available for one night only and will be on offer in three bidding categories: 6×6 size at $99, 12×12 size at $299, and 18×18 size available via silent auction. This year’s featured artists include Scotty Craighead, Wendell Field, Katy Ann Fox, Nicole Gaitan, Jennifer Hoffman, and Travis Walker. New this year will be a selection of jewelry by notable metalsmiths, as well as artwork by Art Association Outreach program artists and youth students.

The Grand Teton Music Festival presents Bizet’s Carmen from the Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD series at Twin Cinema on March 14th at 7:00 pm.

Bizet’s masterpiece of the gypsy seductress who lives by her own rules has had an impact far beyond the opera house. The opera’s melodic sweep is as irresistible as the title character herself, a force of nature who has become a defining female cultural figure. Mezzo-soprano Clémentine Margaine reprises her remarkable portrayal, with impassioned tenor Roberto Alagna as her lover, Don José. Louis Langrée conducts Sir Richard Eyre’s powerful production.

Grand Teton Music Festival continues its Winter Community Concert series with Pianist Rob Auler on Friday, March 15th at St. John’s Episcopal Church at 7:00 pm. Admission is free, but a ticket is required.

The New York Times has lauded pianist Rob Auler for possessing “extraordinary rhythmic clarity and expression.” Praised for his “elegant tone and uncanny sense of voicing” (American Record Guide), Mr. Auler holds first prizes in national and international piano competitions, including the Society of American Musicians and The Stravinsky Awards.He has performed on six continents, with notable appearances at Carnegie Hall, Teatro Colon, and Shanghai Symphony Hall. In Jackson, Mr. Auler gives a recital that features classic American works including Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Joel Puckett’s glittering pop-infused étude Bill-ytude (based off of themes by Billy Joel)and Harold Arlen’s transcendent ballad Over the Rainbow.g

Asleep at the Wheel, the 10-time Grammy-winning band is returning to the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar on March 17 for an exciting St. Patrick’s Day performance at 8:00 pm.

“One of the world’s hottest contemporary dance troupes… expect plenty of explosive energy and raw emotional intensity” (The Toronto Star) is coming to the Center Theater on Monday, March 18th at 7:30 pm.

Dancers’ Workshop is honored to present the internationally-renowned Batsheva Dance Company in a rare U.S. appearance. The New York Times says Ohad Naharin “has transformed the Israeli troupe… in the past few decades into one of the world’s greatest.”

Ohad Naharin, Batsheva’s house choreographer and former artistic director, is known worldwide for his adventurous vision and distinctive choreographic voice. He is widely considered to be one of the great dance pioneers of his generation.

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