From the ethereal wonders at Mammoth Hot Springs to the grandeur of Tower Fall to its extraordinary wildlife, Yellowstone Symphony takes viewers on a spectacular visual journey through America's first national park, paired with the orchestral compositions of Smetana, Vivaldi, Schubert, Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, Debussy, Tchaikovsky, and others.
The park’s magnificent scenery and wildlife are showcased as they change through the seasons. Yellowstone Symphony’s stunning cinematography offers viewers a tourist-free look at the plentiful wildlife — elk, moose, grizzly bears, wolves and bison (recently named “America’s National Animal”) — and other inhabitants of the wild and beautiful region we know as Yellowstone.
The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
Yellowstone Symphony is shot in stunning 4K and high definition, featuring a 5.1 Surround score. Featuring time-lapse, slow motion, underwater, and aerial photography, Yellowstone Symphony shows the viewer the spectacular landscape of Yellowstone like never before.
A member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and mountain man in his own right, explorer John Colter, first described the wonder of the Yellowstone region in the early 1800s. Some called it “Colter’s Hell” due to the exotic thermal features he told of.
Morning Glory Thermal Pool
Artist Thomas Moran further captured the splendor of the area with his historic painting of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, now known as “Artist’s Point.” To this day, Yellowstone’s thermal features and geyser basins including “Old Faithful” are globally famous, attracting thousands of visitors from throughout the world each year.