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First U.S. Orchestra To Make Major South American Tour In A Decade
Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra Thrills Audiences In Eastern Europe
YouTube Space Lab Sends Teenagers' Ideas Into Space!
A New Choral Series For Washington, DC
Johns Hopkins University's Peabody Youth Orchestra On First East Coast Tour
The Collegiate Chorale Makes A "Major Statement, Brilliantly Executed"
A "Muy Grande" Experience In Spain For All
20 Commissions In 20 Years
ˇOlé! The Pacific Boychoir Performs For Crowds In Spain
Lisbon Music Academy Captures The Hearts Of Finland's Audiences
4th Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival Shares Gift Of Song With Enthusiastic South African Audiences
University Of Michigan Men's Glee Club Returns From Outstanding China Concert Tour
Tour De France For Florida's Singing Sons Boychoir
Minnesota Orchestra Returns From Successful Sunshine State Tour
"Beautifully Polished, Enveloping Sound" At Carnegie Hall
Alabama Symphony Orchestra Performs New Works At Carnegie Hall Debut
Nashville Symphony Performs "With Fine Skill And Artistry" At Carnegie Hall
Musica Viva Receives Standing Ovations In Italy
St. Louis Symphony Delivers "Colour and Flair" During European Tour
Another Outstanding Serenade! Festival
Philadelphia Boys Choir And Chorale Tours A Hidden Treasure Of Europe: The Baltics
"Exceptional Tour" To Brazil For Morgan State University Choir
National Youth Orchestra Of Canada Makes U.S. Tour
University Of Kentucky Women's Choir Sings For Crowds In Europe
Market Square Singers Sing Bella Musica In Bella Italia
Choir Tours In Europe And The United States
Yale Schola Cantorum Of The Yale Institute Of Sacred Music Impresses Turkey And Greece
Choir Tours In Europe And The United States

Voices of the Trinity University Choir perform in a collaborative concert with the Maryland State Boychoir in Baltimore, MD.

Texas Choir Makes East Coast Debut

Trinity University Choir of San Antonio, TX came to the East Coast to perform 6 concerts on their 7-day concert tour under the direction of Gary Seighman. Beginning in Washington, DC, the choir traveled north to Baltimore and parts of Pennsylvania before heading to New Jersey and New York. Three of their concerts were collaborative performances and exchanges, including with the Maryland State Boychoir.
Spence School Glee Club performs a collaborative concert with the Pacific Boychoir in San Francisco.

New York's Spence School Sings In San Francisco

New York City's Spence School Glee Club traveled to the other side of the United States for a concert tour of San Francisco. Over the span of 6 days, they held performances and participated in collaborations and workshops with local ensembles, including Classical Movements' clients the Pacific Boychoir Academy and SingersMarin, while taking in many California highlights.
The Morris Knolls High School Choir and Band performs at the Czech Museum of Music in Prague, Czech Republic.

American Chorale And Wind Ensemble Tours Austria And The Czech Republic

New Jersey's Morris Knolls High School Chorale and Wind Ensemble traveled to Austria and the Czech Republic for a 9-day concert tour with 4 performances in Vienna, Salzburg, and Prague with chorale director Michael Semancik and wind ensemble director Daniel Schwartz. Between performances, the ensembles visited sights, including Ceský Krumlov, the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, and fine museums.
Utah Valley University Chamber Choir makes a Washington, DC tour

Utah Valley University Performs In U.S. Capital

This summer, the Utah Valley University Chamber Choir held 5 performances in the Washington, DC metro area within 6 days under the direction of Reed Criddle. Performing and touring the nation's capital, the singers visited many monuments and memorials, including the Iwo Jima, Lincoln, Vietnam War, and Korean War Memorials, as well as the Smithsonian Museums and National Archives.
At the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod in Wales, the Colburn Children's Choir competes against choirs from all around the world.

England, Scotland, And Wales For Colburn Children's Choir

The Colburn Children's Choir went on a concert tour of England, Scotland, and Wales, where they performed in solo, collaborative, and festival concerts with director Dr. Mikhail Shtangrud. The 12-day tour with 4 performances took the choir through London, Ely, Cambridge, Oxford, Llangollen, and Edinburgh, just to name a few stops.
The Lexington Catholic High School Choir sings in a joint concert with a local choir at San Giovanni a Porta Latina Church in Rome.

Tennessee Choir Experiences Austria And Italy

Under the direction of Adam Beeken, Tennessee's Lexington Catholic High School Choir went on a 2-week tour with 5 concerts in Austria and Italy. Their final concert was a joint performance with a local Italian choir in Rome, where they stayed one night more before visiting local museums and departing for home. This marked Lexington Catholic High School Choir's second concert tour with Classical Movements.
The Washington Chorus performs at Pace University's Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, NYC

The Washington Chorus Joins Two New York Ensembles For NYC Performance

After performing the 2009 Carnegie Hall commissioned work Oceanic Verses, a multimedia folk opera by Paola Prestini, at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, The Washington Chorus joined with Novus NY ensemble and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus in a mass choir performance held at Pace University in Manhattan. The Washington Chorus director, Julian Wachner, conducted both 80-minute performances.

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