Music Tours to the Black Forest

  • Perform in both France and Germany
  • Forests, hills and lakes
  • Modern and traditional attractions

The Black Forest lies in the south west corner of Germany, bordering both France and Switzerland. It is an area of lush forests and pastures, clear deep lakes and rolling hills, making it one of Germany’s most popular holiday centres. The region is also famous for its local crafts such as cuckoo clocks, glass blowing and the mouthwatering cake. You can still see all of these being made in the traditional way.

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The Black Forest lies in the south west corner of Germany, bordering both France and Switzerland. It is an area of lush forests and pastures, clear deep lakes and rolling hills, making it one of Germany’s most popular holiday centres. The region is also famous for its local crafts such as cuckoo clocks, glass blowing and the mouthwatering cake. You can still see all of these being made in the traditional way.

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Tour Manager: Full Time

Flught time from London: 2 Hours

Extra Activities/Excursions

  • Gutach: Open Air Museum.
  • Triberg: stunning waterfalls and typical Black Forest village.
  • Strasbourg: visit the cathedral, old town and take a canal trip.

Where to stay

The lovely Hotel Wacker is situated in the heart of the picturesque town of Lahr, in the northern part of the Black Forest. The hotel is family-owned and has 70 beds – all rooms have a private bathroom and all are of a good standard. Other facilities at the hotel include a function room, dining room and bar. You will certainly receive a warm welcome here and you will enjoy being able to walk out into the cobbled streets of this little town to enjoy the shops and lively cafes. Groups travelling to this area also stay in Strasbourg. Please call us for more details.

Festival ideas

Choirs can take part in St Blasien’s annual Internationale Domkonzerte during July, which takes place in the awe-inspiring cathedral.

Concerts

The area is suitable for all music tour groups, from orchestras and bands to sacred choirs. There is a wealth of spa resorts across the Black Forest, where well-equipped halls as well as beautiful pavilions are available for our groups. These include Bad Peterstal, Bad Krozingen and the chic town of Baden-Baden, where there are regular concert series attracting large audiences. Many places of worship enthusiastically welcome choirs; Strasbourg (just over the French border) and Freiburg cathedrals accept our sacred choirs to sing Mass, while a number of churches enjoy our groups’ recitals.

Sample Itinerary (Orchestras*)

Day one

Afternoon arrival in Strasbourg.

Day two

Full day in Strasbourg, including a river cruise. Evening rehearsal at the accommodation centre.

Day three

Further sightseeing in Strasbourg. Late morning departure for the Black Forest spa town of Bad Krozingen. Afternoon rehearsal followed by evening concert.

Day four

Depart after breakfast for Heidelberg. Enjoy a guided visit of Heidelberg Castle. Afternoon rehearsal for evening concert in Heidelberg. Return to Strasbourg.

Day five

Depart in morning for home.

* If you are a different ensemble type, please ask us for a sample itinerary.

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