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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
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra makes two triumphant tours to Carnegie Hall in 2005

Under the direction of David Robertson, often called one of the hottest conductors on the planet, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra made two triumphant tours to Carnegie Hall in 2005. Concert programs included one all-American program and then one all Debussy program and one concert with Mozart, Mahler and Feldman. With outstanding soloists and the orchestra in top form, the orchestra received rave reviews in the New York and St. Louis newspapers. Return engagements in 2006 and 2007 were immediately planned.

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