All Xanterra operations in Yellowstone are being suspended from Friday, March 20 – through Sunday, June 14 due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Learn more here.
When we think about a visit to Yellowstone National Park, we often think about the sights: the awe-inspiring geysers, breathtaking scenery, and fascinating glimpses of wildlife. But what about the sounds of Yellowstone? And we’re not just talking about birdsong and babbling brooks–you can also check out some incredible musical talent in the park.
Sunday through Thursday from 5-8pm listen to pianist Randy Ingersoll delight visitors in the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel Map Room. After he’s done playing be sure to check out his slideshow from 8:30-9:30pm.
Each night from 6pm-10pm listen to a musician while enjoying the rustic, classic architecture of lobby of the Old Faithful Inn. Musicians vary across the summer season, and include Martha Colby, Tom Swafford, Meghan Stagl, and Tara Cross, talented professionals all. Come and enjoy their enhancements to the Inn’s lobby, one of the greatest man-made spaces in the National Parks!
From the middle of June through the beginning of August, the Lake Hotel Quartet performs Thursday through Monday evenings in the Lake Hotel Sun Room. The Quartet consists of Tim Tan, Colleen Tan, Sheridan Currie, Carl Larson, Leanne Darling, Carl Larson, and Martha Colby. When the quartet isn’t playing, enjoy the piano stylings of Catherine Foley.
Throughout the winter enjoy the musical stylings of Martha Colby (Cellist and Pianist) evenings in the lobby of the Old Faithful Snow Lodge.
Learn more about Martha Colby, a cellist, pianist, and vocalist who frequently performs in the park.Read More
The otherworldly grandeur of Yellowstone has inspired a melodic earful from multiple composers and performers.