POSTED: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 2014
Award-winning guitarist Byron Tomingas will strum this weekend in support of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum.
Known for composing film scores and playing mesmerizing solos with symphonic orchestras, Tomingas will perform a “Mud Season Blues” concert Saturday evening in the society’s museum gallery at 225 N. Cache St.
“We’re celebrating the onset of spring and Jackson’s notorious mud season,” said Sharon Kahin, executive director of the historical society. “We’re kind of sending everyone off for their spring breaks.”
In addition to music by the classically trained Tomingas, revelers will enjoy coffees and chocolate truffles. Tim Kellogg, the Meeteetse Chocolatier, has partnered with Snake River Roasters to offer samplings of four coffees perfectly paired with four truffles.