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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
Three Musical Cities, One Outstanding Festival
Rhapsody! Festival Offers Exceptional Musical Experience

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.

Participating choirs included the Hong Kong Children's Choir, Le Vocalise from Singapore, the Milwaukee Children's Choir, the Red Rose Children's Choir of Lake County, Illinois and Children's Choir Radost-Prague. Festival audiences were treated to individual as well as joint choir performances in such breathtaking venues as St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, St. Andrä Church in Salzburg, St. Simone and Judah Church and St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague. The Festival Finale concert at the grand Smetana Hall in Prague allowed the young musicians the opportunity to perform with a professional orchestra - I Virtuosi di Praga.

Guest Conductor for the 2008 Rhapsody! International Music Festival is Francisco Núńez, a talented composer, conductor, and leading music educator. Classical Movements is also pleased to announce our future Rhapsody! Guest Conductor line-up, which includes Joan Gregoryk for Rhapsody! 2009 (July 23-August 3) and Dr. Janet Galván for Rhapsody! 2010 (July 15-26).

Rhapsody! Festivals are distinguished among children's music festivals for the standard of quality exacted upon all aspects of the festival - from the excellence in musicality among participating choirs and the assurance that each ensemble is allowed ample opportunity to showcase their individual expertise; to the premiere performance venues with large, appreciative audiences; to top-caliber guest conductors leading exceptional workshops and massed choir performances.

We invite leading children's (treble) choirs to apply for participation in Rhapsody! International Music Festival. Give your young musicians the opportunity for an international musical experience they will never forget. Please visit our Rhapsody! section for more information.

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