International Tour

The Ultimate Symphony Experience

Concert tours are the ultimate symphony experience and are an essential part of the Senior Symphony program.

Every two years the Symphony Orchestra performs a tour, inspiring international audiences and providing an opportunity for the musicians to learn about other cultures, art and history, and to understand the role their music plays as a universal communication.

The international tour is the culmination and expression of the highest achievement of the orchestra; it is simply irreplaceable as an experience that matures and defines the character and unity of the Symphony.

TOUR! Those are the best memories of my life and I can't even put into words how incredible everything about it was and how sad I was when it ended. Being free to explore gorgeous cities with my favorite people, performing for amazing crowds in breathtaking concert halls, and just feeling constantly excited and so connected with these super inspiring and amazing musicians and friends that I love so much and got to be with every single day.

Josephine Chew

Class of 2020

Upcoming Tour

2022: Germany & Poland Tour

Locations:

  • Berlin, Germany
  • Potsdam, Germany
  • Wroclaw, Poland
  • Krakow, Poland

Previous Tours

2019: Baltic Tour 
  • Konserthuset in Stockholm, Sweden
  • Finlandia Hall in Helsinki, Finland
  • Shostakovich Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Moscow, Russia
2017: Central Europe
  • Smetana Hall in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Slovak Radio Hall in Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Bela Bartok National Hall in Budapest, Hungary
  • "Golden Hall" at the Musikverein in Vienna, Austria
2015: Spain 
  • Seville at the Villa de la Rinconada
  • Auditorio Manuel de Falla in Granada
  • Palau de la Música in Valencia
  • Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona
2013: Central Europe 
  • Rudolfinum's Dvorak Hall in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Grosse Saal of the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria
  • Slovak Radio Hall in Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Bela Bartok National Concert Hall in Budapest, Hungary

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