“What a lovely place. Such nice people, and so interested in us and what we do. They let us use their piano, drumkit, timps, glock,...”
Jane, Musical Director, Kent
Shared by both France and Switzerland, the mighty Lake Geneva is one of Europe’s most spectacular spots. With chic Evian-les-Bains as your base, you can discover such jaw-dropping sights as the Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice) at Chamonix and stroll down the picturesque medieval streets of Yvoire.
Montreux Jazz Festival, Esplanade of Evian, churches, Chamonix town square and more...
Arrive in Evian-les-Bains, relax by the lake. Evening rehearsal at the centre.
Depart for morning visit to Yvoire, France’s smallest town. Lunchtime concert in the main square. Afternoon in Geneva to see the impressive Jet d’Eau, United Nations building and time for shopping. Evening bowling.
Morning boat cruise across the lake to Lausanne in Switzerland. Explore the town and rehearsal at the venue. Afternoon concert and meet coach to return to Evian. Evening talent contest.
Travel into the mountains climbing up to Chamonix. Take the cable car to Montenvers where you can view the spectacular Mer de Glace. Afternoon concert on Chamonix town square. Return to centre for farewell party.
Day free in Evian for shopping or a round of mini-golf.
Depart for home.
Working with our contacts in Evian-les-Bains, we will source appropriate accommodation for your ensemble, depending on your needs and budget.
As there is sometimes a significant time difference between us and you, email may be the best way to keep in touch with us. Alternatively, our office opening hours are 0800-1730 (GMT) should you wish to talk to us. Our phone number is +44 20 8772 6446.
You should book your tour between 8-18 months in advance. This will give us time to find the best possible venues for your tour and you will have ample time for fundraising should you need to do so.
A: We work hard to generate excellent attendance at each concert, as we understand that an appreciative audience makes all the difference. We produce eye-catching posters and handbills, which are displayed and distributed in the environs of your concerts. We also advertise your concerts in online and hard copy local What’s On Guides as well as newspapers, by way of press releases. In addition, we invite local dignitaries, music societies and music students to your concerts. Last but not least, we provide you with posters for your concerts, which will be displayed in your coach and placed on your Club Europe poster board at your venue by your tour manager before each concert.
“What a lovely place. Such nice people, and so interested in us and what we do. They let us use their piano, drumkit, timps, glock, bongos and stands.”
Jane, Musical Director, Kent
A destination for art and fun lovers alike, close to home with a huge choice of venues.
Fantastic bandstands in the Black Forest and opportunities to sightsee and perform in two countries.
Gorgeous weather, many local festivals and excellent accommodation with wonderful food.