How to Have an Incredible European Concert Tour on a Budget (plus get a free trip in it for yourself)

USC Trojan Band in London

You know all the benefits of a European concert tour.  Maybe you went on one while in college, or you’ve heard from your colleagues about their remarkable life-changing experiences.  Or, you used to plan them all the time before switching … Continue reading

Fall Spotlight: Alfred Street Baptist Church Trinity Choir Tours Europe

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The Trinity Choir of Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia recently returned from a successful tour of France, Belgium, and the Netherlands in September, where they performed in Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam as part of the American Celebration of Music in France. Continue reading

Hochstein Youth Symphony Orchestra Returns from Successful Concert Tour of France

The Hochstein Youth Symphony Orchestra from Rochester, New York, recently returned from a memorable tour of Paris and the region of Normandy as part of the American Celebration of Music in France. Continue reading

Announcing our 2014 Director Preview Tour to France

Join us July 1-7, 2014 in Paris and Normandy for a spectacular tour for music directors to preview a group tour to France in either 2015 or 2016. The French love and support music of all genres, by evidence of the literally hundreds of performances that take place each day in Paris alone. The potential availability of prestigious and gorgeous venues is staggering. Continue reading

South Coast Youth Symphony Orchestra Cherishes Memories of Their International Tours

“Thank you for all of the incredible tours and concert arrangements Music Celebrations International has put together over the years for my orchestra. Through MCI the South Coast Youth Symphony Orchestra has participated a debut concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2012 and five international tours performing in Czech Republic & Austria in 2005, Italy in 2007, Spain in 2009, England, Ireland & Wales in 2011 and France & Germany in 2013…” Continue reading