Preucil School of Music String Orchestra Plays for China’s First Lady

“The Joint concert at the Central Conservatory of Music was a once in a lifetime experience with Madame Peng (China’s First Lady) in attendance. It was not what we were expecting, but we are not complaining. Having our students hear a concert by orchestra students from the top conservatory in China was an excellent experience for them, but having to play after them was a bit unnerving. Fortunately our students rose to the occasion and played really well. Our performance on the Great Wall was also wonderful…” Continue reading

Las Vegas Youth Philharmonic Tour China

Everything you did to pave the way, from booking hotels and airline tickets, to arranging ground transportation, to expediting visas, to procuring instruments, to setting up day trips, to typing up endless reams of correspondence, to worrying about all the small details that make a trip a success, has had a lifelong impact on my students. Continue reading

Gustavus Adolphus Orchestra Performs in China

“(MCI) did an extraordinary job of providing us with one of the finest international tours with which I have been associated. The concert venues were superb. They were large facilities with stages and adequate room for the orchestra. Audiences were excellent with an average of over 700 persons in attendance per concert or close to 5,000 total. The arrangements at the concerts were above and beyond all expectations.” Continue reading

Niceville High School Singers Learn and Perform in China

“The Niceville High School (Florida) Niceville Singers returned from China excited and satisfied with an outstanding performance tour. The tour exceeded all expectations and dissolved any previously held fears of traveling to China…To say that MCI had organized quality concert opportunities with outstanding venues would be a huge understatement…My singers were exposed to some of the best learning opportunities imaginable – performances with fine Chinese choirs as well as being safely and comfortably transported to the ancient and historical sights of China – places that most people will only read about or see on television.” Continue reading