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The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Tours Home and Abroad
The Philadelphia Orchestra Asia Anniversary Tour
The Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas and Alondra de la Parra Mexico Tour and Latin Grammys
London Symphony Orchestra and Valery Gergiev Invite the Choral Arts Society of Washington for Mahler's 8th Symphony
The Cascade Youth Orchestra Cruises on Home from Scandinavia
The Pacific BoyChoir Takes On a 17 Day-8 Concert Tour to Argentina
Minnesota Orchestra Wows New York
4 Triumphant Tours to Italy
Italy Applauds the Children's Chorus of Washington
Melodia! South American Music Festival an Absolute Success!
2008 Rhapsody! International Music Festival a Hit!
Summer 2009 is the Inaugural Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival
The Young People's Chorus of NYC and the University Glee Club of NYC Engage Canada
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and "Genius" Violinist Captivate Chicago
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Astounds Asia
Russia Rejoices the Hong Kong Children's Choir
South Africa Celebrates Florida's Singing Sons BoyChoir
Northwestern College Returns from Australia
Home, Health and Heart: Yale Dominican Republic Service Tour
The University of Manitoba Singers Return from a Successful Tour to Argentina
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra SELLS OUT Carnegie Hall & the Kennedy Center with Leonard Bernstein's "Mass"
Russia Rejoices the Hong Kong Children's Choir
The Choir Works with the St. Petersburg TV and Radio Children's Choir

In June, the Hong Kong Children's Choir, under the direction of Kathy Fok, embarked on a 9 day, 4 concert tour of Russia. The choir was fortunate to be able to perform in many world renowned palaces, cathedrals and music halls. The Hong Kong Children's Choir's tour repertoire included sacred, secular, jazz, spiritual and modern works with pieces by Palestrina, Faure, Mozart, Chilcott, B. Smetana, Hampton and Kodaly, among others.

While in Russia, the Hong Kong Children's Choir was privileged to have a workshop with the renowned conductor of the Schnittke Music Academy as well as a workshop with the conductor of a famous Children's Choir in St. Petersburg.

When not performing, the Hong Kong Children's Choir took a much awaited tour of the Kremlin. Within its over 60 acres there are palaces, cathedrals and towers. The choir witnessed the magnificent Ivan the Great Tower and Belfry, the Grand Kremlin Palace, the Palace of Congress, Cathedral Square and Terem Palace as well as the Czar Bell. On other days off, they took tours of Moscow and Moscow State University and Vladimir and Suzdal, two picturesque medieval Russian towns. The choir toured the town of Vladimir with a visit to ancient St. Demetrius Cathedral and the Assumption Cathedral on the grounds of the Vladimir Kremlin. During their last few days in Russia, the choir toured the wondrous city of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg was built to capture the best of Paris and Venice. There they saw Smolny Convent, the Pushkin Theater, the grand Kazan Cathedral, and the richly gold plated St. Isaac's Cathedral. The Choir traveled along Nevsky Prospekt and saw the Winter Palace of Russian Czars and the Palace Square.

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