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    It's #ThrowbackThursday, and we're feeling extra nostalgic about this photo from the Los Angeles Youth Orchestra's 2017 trip to Italy. We're definitely missing this scenic setting right now, and can't

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    Most people know that Austria is home to some of the world's greatest classical composers, including Mozart and Haydn, but many are unfamiliar with the country's beautiful landscapes, incredible archi

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    In this clip from the second episode of Encore's Virtual Director Exchange, Ian Keatley, the Director of Music at Southwark Cathedral, provides a brief glimpse into what life looks like in London, Eng

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    Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! At Encore Tours, we know that music teachers go above and beyond to serve their students. Working so closely with music educators, we see their passion, dedication, co

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    Gerald Wirth, President of the world-renowned @viennaboyschoir, explains how he has adjusted his approach and priorities based on the coronavirus pandemic in this clip from our Virtual Director's Exch

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    In this clip from Encore's first-ever Virtual Director's Exchange, Suzanne Woodruff (@suziuga), the Director of Choral Music and Performing Arts Department Chair at Woodward Academy (@wachoir), talks

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    During this challenging and unprecedented period, we want to express our most sincere appreciation for all of the music educators around the globe that have been forced to take their classrooms online

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    Planning a performance tour to France? Consider taking a cable car to the summit of the Aiguille du Midi, a mountain in the Mont Blanc massif within the French Alps. With an elevation of 12,000 feet,

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    Argentina is a country rich in diversity. The food, the music, and the culture are all full of flavor, and there are opportunities to experience something new around every corner. Traveling with an ad

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    Looking to add some sightseeing adventures to your next performance tour? Enjoy a guided boat tour along the canals of Copenhagen where you'll learn about the beautiful churches, castles, and other no

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    In upstate New York and looking for something to do? Our own Jon Linker is at the ACDA Eastern Region Conference in Rochester, NY to speak with musicians about bringing their ensembles to new places b

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    There's a reason many people refer to Bruges as the "Venice of the North." Cruising these picturesque canals at night provides beautiful views of this historic city. As a wise man once said, "How can

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    At Encore Tours, we pride ourselves on creating high-quality, fully-customizable itineraries for touring ensembles. Every group is different, but we always try to provide the perfect combination of pe

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    Nestled in the heart of Bayeux, France, the Bayeux Cathedral dates back to the 11th century. It is the original home of the world-famous Bayeux Tapestry -- a massive embroidered cloth depicting the ev

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    Another week, another conference! This week our own James Smith is at the California All-State Music Education Conference (CASMEC) to speak with musicians about bringing their ensembles to new places

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