Concert Chorale offers friends and family opportunity to join UK tour
Missouri State University’s Concert Chorale is now accepting registration for their companion tour to Scotland and England that will allow friends, family and fans to accompany the group on their European journey May 17-28, 2014.
The tour will begin in Edinburgh, Scotland, and will conclude with a Dome Dias concert in St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Guests on the companion tour are welcome to customize their experience by contracting for only the land portion, joining the choir for all their travel or adding on excursions before and after the tour.
“The companion tour is a great opportunity to see Scotland and England along with meeting the unique locals,” said Dr. Guy Webb, music professor and director of choral activities. “You will also enjoy the musical excellence of the MSU Concert Chorale performing in great venues and in the company of the British culture.”
Companion tour registration can be submitted online at www.concept-tours.com. A $100 tour discount is being offered through Aug 15.
For more information, contact Webb at (417) 836-5182.
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