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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
Classical Movements Pax Musica
2007 Touring Year

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Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela Makes First U.S. Tour
Venezuelan Youth Orchestra Inspires American Audiences

One of the biggest frenzies to occur in the realm of classical music news in 2007 was over the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela and its dynamic young conductor, Gustavo Dudamel. The amazingly talented ensemble made its first U.S. tour in November, and Classical Movements is elated to have played a role in helping these extraordinary young musicians bring their music, and their inspiration, to American audiences. Continued...

Philadelphia Orchestra's United States Tour

The Philadelphia Orchestra's rich legacy as one of America's most-traveled symphonic ensembles continued in May of 2007 with the Orchestra's 2007 United States Tour, opening in the American heartland, traveling the length of the West Coast, and concluding on the East Coast. Read article...

Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra's 4th Carnegie Hall Tour with CM

In March 2007, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra held two performances at the exalted Carnegie Hall in New York City. Read article...

San Francisco Girls Chorus Returns from Korea, Beijing & the Forbidden City Music Hall!

Many things make China one of the most attractive travel destinations in the world. Its oriental mystery, ancient culture and opportunities for concerts and exchanges with Chinese people bring more and more choruses and orchestras to China. The San Francisco Girls Chorus has returned from a very successful tour to China with Classical Movements.Read article...

Yale Alumni Chorus Brings the Power of Song to South Africa

In June and July of 2007, the Yale Alumni Chorus went on a 25 day tour to South Africa. During their trip, the choir visited Johannesburg, Game Parks, Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown, and Cape Town. During the course of the tour, the Chorus shared the power of song onstage with over 750 South African musicians. Read article...

Classical Movements' 20th Tour with the National Symphony Orchestra

Kansas was the site of the National Symphony Orchestra's 2007 American Residency - an annual program, unique to the NSO, in which the orchestra accepts the invitation from one of our nation's states to make that region the focus of a host of musical events. Read article...

Yale Concert Band Blows Away Brazil

Under the baton of Tom Duffy, the Yale Concert Band took an 11 day, 6 concert tour to Brazil. Packed houses greeted the band at many of their stops. Read article...

An Italian Quartet

Rich in culture, history and a musical wealth of its own, Italy was a popular destination for several of Classical Movements' clients in 2007. Read article...

Joie de vivre! - L'Orchestre National de France in London

L'Orchestre National de France and the London Philharmonic Orchestra joined forces for a very unique joint program at BBC's 2007 Proms in London. The occasion was a special one, not merely for the sheer size of forces on hand to perform Tchaikovsky's elegant Serenade for Strings and Bruckner's mighty Symphony No. 7, but for the fact that the celebrated maestro honored with the charge of leading this massive battalion was, himself, celebrating his birthday - his 80th to be exact. Read article...

The University of Maryland Chamber Singers Take 2nd Place in Llangollen Eisteddfod in Wales

In July, The University of Maryland Chamber Singers, under the direction of Edward McClary, went on an 11 day tour, multiple concert tour of England and Wales. Read article...

Dmitri Hvorostovsky Tours Mexico, U.S., Canada

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. Read article...

Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Performs in the Most Prestigious Concert Halls in Brazil

At the end of June of 2007, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, under Maestro Louis Scaglione, set out on a travel adventure to Brazil that would prove to be a crowning moment in the early musical careers of the ensemble's talented members. The concert tour led the orchestra through a number of Brazil's beautiful cities, including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and the town of Petropolis. Read article...

Portland Youth Philharmonic Tours Taiwan and South Korea

For the musicians of the Portland Youth Philharmonic - America's First Established Youth Orchestra, July of 2007 was a month they will likely never forget as the talented ensemble embarked on an extraordinary concert tour that took them to Taiwan and South Korea. Read article...

Three Musical Cities, One Outstanding Festival

Classical Movements' 6th annual Rhapsody! International Music Festival in July 2007 was a joy for all who participated. The 12-day festival for children's choruses was led by distinguished Guest Conductor Joan Gregoryk in stunning venues throughout three cities which possess a wealth of historical musical importance - Vienna, Salzburg and Prague. Read article...

Classical Movements Launches New Choral Festival in South Africa

Classical Movements, in association with The Choral Institute of South Africa - CHORISA, is pleased to announce the addition of a brand new program to its list of international music festival offerings - the Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival. Read article...

Melodia! In Scenic Brazil and Argentina

Classical Movements' Melodia! South American Music Festival continues to offer a unique musical experience set in the magnificent environment of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. Read article...

Carnegie Hall Welcomes Minnesota Orchestra

The Minnesota Orchestra has recently been causing the music world to sit up and take notice, and the Orchestra's appearance at Carnegie Hall on February 13th and 14th of 2007 was an opportunity for New York audiences to share in the wealth of quality music making that Minnesota residents have been enjoying lately. Read article...

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Perform in Florida

On March 8, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus set their sights to the south with a coveted invitation from the American Choral Directors Association to perform at the ACDA National Convention in Miami. Read article...



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