We celebrate your students’ performances and the joy they bring to others.  It has been our honor to assist performing groups for over 40 years.  Here is a sampling of the many ways in which our clients have incorporated musical opportunities into their student group tour . . . do you see your group in this list, past or future?

  • A Jazz combo on a balcony above the French Quarter in New Orleans.
  • String orchestra performers in a workshop with fellow secondary schools students in Montreal.
  • A myriad of Marching Band performances:
    • Tournament of Roses Parade
    • Cherry Blossom Festival, Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, Azalea Festival …
    • Walt Disney World and Universal Studios
    • Presidential Inaugurations
  • High school band members participating in a “Music Production” workshop at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
  • Students engaging with a faculty member from Berklee or McGill University or Cleveland Institute of Music during a custom clinic.
  • A Wind Ensemble paying tribute to the fallen at the Eternal Light Peace Memorial at Gettysburg.
  • A Concert Band performing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
  • Students playing the spoons and taking part in making Quebecois folk music at La Sucrerie de la Montagne.
  • A Jazz Ensemble performing at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
  • Members of a Big Band providing dance music for their classmates at a country club dinner.
  • Middle School students competing at their first formal festival.
  • High school Choral students making a recording in the Historic Studio B in Nashville.
  • National Park Service Rangers educating students about the African roots of American Jazz music in New Orleans.
  • Public performances including the plaza at Lincoln Center or outside City Hall in Toronto
  • Students celebrating as they receive the Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser Esprit de Corps award, given to the group that exemplifies support and camaraderie amongst all of the participating ensembles in a Festivals of Music program.

When we talk about making memories that last a lifetime, it’s not just a cliché to us:  it’s the reality of these students’ experiences.  We’re proud to partner with you to make them happen.



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