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The Philadelphia Orchestra's 12th Tour of Asia
The Choral Arts Society of Washington's 9th Tour with Classical Movements - South America
In the Footsteps of Leonard Bernstein and Michael Tilson Thomas
Notre Dame Congregation Applauds Grammy Award Winner Pacific BoyChoir
Glen Ellyn Children's Chorus in China, Celebrating 40 Years of Excellence
Yale Glee Club
Choir of America's 2nd Oldest College Tours Romania, Hungary, Slovenia & Croatia
NSO's Triumphant 75th Anniversary West Coast Tour
Ithaca Children's Choir Tours Italy
World's Oldest Orchestra Tours USA
Portuguese Youth Ensemble, Os Violinhos, Travels to Austria & the Czech Republic
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra makes two triumphant tours to Carnegie Hall in 2005
Music in the Favela, Cidade de Deus, Rio de Janeiro
From the Big Apple to the Lone Star State
Youth Orchestra of the Americas Brings Diverse Talent to South America on 2005 Residency and Tour
The Philadelphia Orchestra's 12th Tour of Asia
Fifth tour with Classical Movements since 2001... and counting


The Philadelphia Orchestra is not only one of the most acclaimed and renowned orchestras in the world but also has one of the longest and most distinguished touring histories. Classical Movements is honored to have managed their 2005 Tour of Asia, the fifth tour that Classical Movements has handled for the Orchestra, with past tours including Asia, Europe, South, Central and North America.

Christoph Eschenbach, the 107 musicians, and guest pianist Lang Lang performed over 15 concerts in Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Seoul. Guest cellist Yo-Yo Ma joined the Philadelphia Orchestra for one many concerts in Tokyo's Suntory Hall. Other venues included the Minato Mirai Hall (Yokohama), Kyoto Concert Hall, Dewan Filharmonik Petronas (Kuala Lumpur), Esplanade Theatre (Singapore), Hong Kong Cultural Centre, National Concert Hall (Taipei), and Seoul Arts Center.

Over the three and one-half weeks tour, as critics raved about the Philadelphia Orchestra's performances and audiences anxiously stood in line for autographs, it was apparent that this symphonic ensemble delighted Asian audiences once again.

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