Touring tips

For many choirs touring is a staple component of their annual programme. For others, touring seems like an intimidating challenge and is something they have yet to try.

Whether you’re a high standard large choral society, or a small training choir, touring is a wonderful way to bring your choir closer together and raise their musical standard.  As well as offering members the chance to perform in fantastic venues and form new friendships across the choir, directors/conductors also really value the opportunity to work more intensively with their ensembles and continue to enjoy the benefits of touring well after the tour has finished.

We filmed one of our choral societies on their tour to Malta. Here’s a film of their experiences:

Every choir has its own unique requirements which need careful consideration when planning a tour. We asked Musical Director, Chris Swain why he tours and about the benefits of using a concert tour operator:

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"Lovely venues, lovely audiences, comfortable accommodation. Alahree was very prompt and efficient with her responses and understood our needs well."

Gill Chapman, Ceceilia Singers

"It’s hard to think how anything could have improved on this trip – it was superb in every way! The response to the whole tour has been entirely positive. Alahree was first class as ever and it was a pleasure to work with Alberto. The inspection visit in November was hugely beneficial and made the whole process of planning the concerts and itinerary so much more straightforward."

Chris Swain, Director of Music, Wycliffe Choral Society

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