England and Scotland tour planned for May 2020, alumni and community members invited

England and Scotland tour planned for May 2020, alumni and community members invited 

Nov. 7, 2019 

Ever wanted to experience the history, culture and choral music of England and Scotland?

Maryville College’s “Of Stones and Stars” 2020 Companion Tour to England and Scotland, a trip that parallels Maryville College’s Concert Choir Spring Tour, is open to and designed for community members, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and other friends. Both tours are scheduled for May 5-15, 2020.

The 10-day itinerary includes London, York, St. Andrews, Stirling and Edinburgh. The tour includes visits to some of Scotland’s most famous castles, Stirling Castle and Edinburgh Castle. There will performance opportunities in locations such as Gresham Hall in London, Evensong at York Minster, a tour of King’s College, visit to St. Cecilia’s Music Museum and a joint concert with St. Salvator’s Chapel Choir in St. Andrew’s.

Perform International Tours specializes in custom concert, educational and cultural group tours. The trip price includes airfare, accommodations, tour guides and excursion/entrance costs, all concerts, as well as breakfast and dinner daily. There are options for both double occupancy and single occupancy rooms.

To register, please visit the Perform International Tours website.

For more information, see the brochure, visit the "Of Stones and Stars" Facebook page, or contact Shelley Maddox '05 at shelmaddox@yahoo.com.


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