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Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela Makes First U.S. Tour

Philadelphia Orchestra's United States Tour
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra's 4th Carnegie Hall Tour with CM
San Francisco Girls Chorus Returns from Korea, Beijing & the Forbidden City Music Hall!
Yale Alumni Chorus Brings the Power of Song to South Africa
Classical Movements' 20th Tour with the National Symphony Orchestra
Yale Concert Band Blows Away Brazil
An Italian Quartet
Joie de vivre! - L'Orchestre National de France in London
The University of Maryland Chamber Singers Take 2nd Place in Llangollen Eisteddfod in Wales
Dmitri Hvorostovsky Tours Mexico, U.S., Canada
Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Performs in the Most Prestigious Concert Halls in Brazil
Portland Youth Philharmonic Tours Taiwan and South Korea
Three Musical Cities, One Outstanding Festival
Classical Movements Launches New Choral Festival in South Africa
Melodia! In Scenic Brazil and Argentina
Carnegie Hall Welcomes Minnesota Orchestra
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Perform in Florida
Dmitri Hvorostovsky Tours Mexico, U.S., Canada
Rich Russian Vocals Come to North America

Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky combined forces in 2007 with the Moscow Academy of Choral Art and the Moscow Chamber Orchestra under American conductor Constantine Orbelian for a 13-stop North American Tour, featuring a program that was, in essence, a retrospective of Russian vocal art. Classical Movements was asked to manage travel logistics for the tour that included performances in Guadalajara and Monterrey, Mexico, Berkeley and Pasadena, CA, Dallas, New York, Miami, Washington, DC, Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, Chicago and Boston. The tour was organized by acclaimed arts management agency Askonas Holt. Along the tour route, Classical Movements also played a supporting role in assisting Askonas Holt arrange the Russian artists' engagement at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, as well as individual performances for the Moscow Academy of Choral Art in Washington and Toronto.

Hvorostovsky's performance offered an eclectic array of musical selections and styles from his homeland, including centuries-old Russian sacred works from the Christian Orthodox rite, opera arias, romances of pre-Revolutionary Russia, arrangements of Russian folk songs and even some Russian pop fare. Audiences thrilled to the singer's lush, luxurious, resonant baritone and exquisite interpretation. The November 2007 tour was Classical Movements' second opportunity to work with the celebrated Russian vocalist.
Classical Movements is distinguished as the only touring company to specialize in musical travel for both orchestral and choral ensembles, making possible several extraordinary and remarkable orchestral and choral collaborations.

"Mr. Hvorostovsky, the Russian baritone, was in splendid voice, singing with the improbable smoothness and cultured delivery that still make listeners roll their eyes in wonder"
[THE NEW YORK TIMES]

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