touring

Touring, young people and Ohrworms

The logistical feat that is taking a musical group abroad and the challenges associated with an aging membership are two issues that we hear about

Running a tour, part 1: getting started

To help you in the adventure that is planning, organising and running a tour we’ve written three resources covering some of the key areas.

Running a tour, part 2: making plans

To help you in the adventure that is planning, organising and running a tour we’ve written three resources covering some of the key areas.

Going on tour, part 3: while you’re away

This is Part 3 our tour guidance: whilst you’re away. You’ve done all the preparation and careful planning, and all the right people and passports are in the right place at the right time; now it’s time to actually go, and make the trip itself as enjoyable as possible for everyone.

Why take your ensemble abroad?

Once a week rehearsal, once a term concert, once a year Christmas ‘special’... Do you ever feel that you need something exciting to liven up your season and boost your membership?

Guest post: A Tour-Terrific Summer for Rayburn Tours

It’s been a great summer for specialist Concert Tours Operator, Rayburn Tours, having helped heaps of choirs, youth ensembles, bands and orchestras travel to exciting destinations, perform in fantastic venues and create memorable tour experiences.