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We offer tailor-made performance tours to Germany and/or Europe for amateur music and dance groups. Good will concert tours for bands, orchestras, choirs, and performing tours for folk dance groups and ballet ensembles as well as joint concerts and exchange with local German music groups can be arranged. Music groups will have the opportunity to participate and demonstrate their talents in public performances and to participate in local music festivals.
Examples of festivals:
Walk in the footsteps of artists and masters. Visit places and sources of inspiration. Discover the European Music and Dance Culture. We organize your individual group round trip: Baroque | Cities of Music | Composers | Contemporary Dance | Festival | Jazz | Music Theatres | Musical Landscape | New Music | Organs | Religious Music | Romanticism | Tango | Traditional Folk Dance | Viennese Music
We organize workshops with selected musicians and master classes: Chamber Music Seminar | Kodály Chorus Training | The Suzuki Method | New Forms of Teaching | New Concert and Presentation Formats | „Teach the teacher“-Concepts in cooperation with the Beethoven Campus Bonn and other music schools and institutes.
In 2020 Bonn will honor its most famous son. Plans for the 250th birthday celebration have already begun. Beethoven’s music, world-famous conductors, orchestras and soloists, events indoors and outdoors will help make the 2020 anniversary year a once-in-a-lifetime celebration of Beethoven’s life and work.
We organize your customized concert tour including good will concerts in Bonn area and in picturesque towns along the River Rhine. Visit the Beethoven House Bonn, Cologne Cathedral, and the Romantic Rhine Valley. Exchange with international musicians, participate in a music workshop or a local music festival, and perform together with local music groups. The music world will meet in Bonn - Don't miss this life-time experience.
Day 1 I Frankfurt - Rhine Valley
Arrival Frankfurt airport
Meet your English speaking tour manager and your bus driver and travel by private bus through the Romantic Rhine Valley with stop en route in Rüdesheim. See the famous vineyards of the Rheingau – the top Riesling area.
Rhine River Cruise passing the famous Loreley Rock in the Middle Rhine Valley (UNESCO world heritage).
Rüdesheim stands for pure Rhine Romanticism. A stroll along the world-famous Drosselgasse, a cable car ride over a sea of wines to the Niederwald Monument or a relaxing boat trip along the Rhine past mediaeval castles and ancient villages of half-timbered houses are all essential elements of a visit to this beautiful city.
Welcome dinner and wine tasting
Overnight at your hotel in the Rhine Valley
Day 2 I Rhine Valley – Bonn
Continue by coach to your concert venue with stops along the way to visit the picturesque towns of the Rhine Valley like St. Goar
A visit to St. Goar brings you to the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley, a region which features a unique landscape that has become part of German cultural history, with picturesque views, castles, churches and local scenes of great artistic and historic significance.
Set up & rehearsal followed by rehearsal with local music group of joint pieces
Lunch in Weinhotel Landsknecht restaurant on the River Rhine
Shared Concert with local music group
Reception & light supper provided by the local music society
Continue by coach to your hotel Bonn area for overnight
Bonn is the birthplace of the world-famous composer Ludwig van Beethoven. Ludwig van Beethoven was born in December 1770. In 2020, celebrations will be held to commemorate the 250th anniversary of his birth. Bonn as the former capital of Germany still houses federal and international institutions. One of Bonn’s landmarks is the mighty Minster Church whose history dates back to early Christianity. Its impressive cloister is an oasis of peace and contemplation amidst the city’s turmoil.
Day 3 I Bonn – Cologne
Morning excursion to Cologne to visit Cologne Cathedral (UNESCO world heritage)
Cologne Cathedral is a building of superlatives that is the centre and hallmark of this city on the Rhine. The cornerstone of this Gothic cathedral was laid on the Feast of the Assumption of Mary on 15 August 1248. The previous building was apparently no longer deemed impressive enough to house the remains of the Three Wise Men, which Archbishop Rainald von Dassel had brought to Cologne from Milan after the latter city was conquered in 1164. Because of these relics, the cathedral became one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Europe. Its two massive towers have dominated the city’s skyline since their completion in 1880.
Afterwards guided walking tour of the old town. Highlights include the Dionysus Mosaic, Roemerstrasse, Gulichplatz, Farina-House (birthplace of Eau de Cologne), the Jewish Quarter, Old Market Square, Town Hall, Great St. Martin Church.
Lunch in brewery restaurant Cologne
Return to Bonn area for rehearsal and evening concert as part of Beethoven`s 250th birthday celebrations
Dinner and overnight at your hotel Bonn area
Day 4 I Bonn – Bad Neuenahr
Morning guided visit of the Beethoven House Bonn and walking tour of the city centre
Ludwig van Beethoven's birthplace is of great importance for people throughout the world and the main attraction in the musical city of Bonn. The museum presents the largest Beethoven collection in the world. Its impressive authentic documents combined with new media bear witness to Beethoven's life and compositions.
Lunch in restaurant Em Höttche at the historical market place
Depart by coach for the spa town Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler
Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler is the centre of the Ahr Valley and embedded in vineyards. It is one town with two centres, the romantic half-timbered houses in the centre of Ahrweiler are surrounded by the medieval town walls, which are still entirely preserved, whereas in Bad Neuenahr you surrender to the exquisite flair of the spa town and the new art buildings, as well as the charm of the elegant salons of the casino and the modern health and fitness centres
Set up & rehearsal
Reception by the mayor of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler and outdoor concert at the spa gardens
Dinner at local restaurant
Overnight at your hotel Bonn area
Day 5 I Bonn – Königswinter - Namedy
After breakfast transfer to Schloss Drachenburg, Königswinter, take the Drachenfels Railway up the mountain
Option to visit the Castle or just take in the splendid view of the Rhine
Transfer by coach to Remagen for dinner in brewery restaurant on the Rive Rhine Brauhaus Remagen
Continue to Schloss Burg Namedy – set up & rehearsal
Outdoor Concert at the inner yard of Castle Namedy (if weather permits)
Dinner and overnight at your hotel Bonn area
Day 6 I Bonn – Mainz – Bad Ems
After breakfast check out and continue to Mainz for a guided walking tour including Mainz Cathedral and the Gutenberg museum.
Founded by the Romans in the first century BC, Mainz is one of Germany’s oldest cities. This is a place where history, culture and commerce combine harmoniously in a beautiful city. Mainz Cathedral represents a peak point of Germany’s Romanesque cathedral architecture. At the Gutenberg museum the story of the city’s most famous son Johannes Gutenberg is revealed. In homage to the man that invented the printed press, the Guttenberg museum has become world renowned for specializing in the history of the printed word.
Lunch in local restaurant
Check into your hotel in Mainz
Afternoon transfer to the spa town Bad Ems for rehearsal and concert at the local music festival
The Emperor’s Spa thrills by its historical scenery: magnificent baroque buildings and masterpieces of the spa-architecture. The wealth of sights is the result of the historic past of the Emperor’s Spa dating back to Roman times. Famous people of the European history, aristocrats, artists and writers have left their traces. The composer Jacques Offenbach for example worked as a concert master here in Bad Ems for 12 years. Some of his works were performed for the first time in the “Kursaal” (Marble Hall). He composed parts of his opera “Orpheus in underground” during that time.
Dinner and overnight at your hotel in Mainz
Day 7 I Mainz – Heidelberg - Wiesbaden
After breakfast travel south to Heidelberg to explore the historical flair of this traditional University City and to visit the famous Heidelberg Castle.
Lunch in a local restaurant
Afternoon visit to Wiesbaden to participate in a Henkell Sparkling winery cellar tour.
Experience the impressive rococo Marble Hall and the 200,000-litre casks in the seven-storey-deep wine cellars. Taste exquisite varieties and enjoy a tantalizing excursion into the world of sparkling wine.
Overnight at your hotel in Mainz
Day 8 I Mainz - Frankfurt
After breakfast check out and get transferred to Frankfurt airport for your return flight
Program subject to change! All concerts subject to availability at the time of booking! Tour suggestions can be adapted to your wishes.