“I have had the pleasure of being involved in several of Lingua Musica tours, always a true delight for both the mind and soul. Local expert guides impart information throughout the “journey”, which brings to life the sights and cultures. Each location becomes a memorable experience, not just a visit.” Terence R Lewis ATCL. Hon ARAM Managing Director, Jaques Samuel Pianos, London, UK.
"We continuously strive to delight our travellers with first class performances, excellent guided tours and excursions and quality accomodation . Tour Groups remain small so as to retain the intimacy of travelling with friends."
LINGUA MUSICA TOURS feature classical performance, ranging from grand European Music Festivals such as the Salzburg Festival, to more intimate ones such as the Duszniki Chopin Festival. Enjoy opera, ballet and symphony in the great European music houses, or savouring world class music performances in ancient castles and churches throughout Europe. Each year our route is a different one, though we return to favourites many times.
We also incorporate into our tours many additional activities of cultural and historical interest, such as visits to Art Galleries, walking tours, full day excursions, stimulating lectures, visits to the homes of composers, and of course great meals in interesting locations. It is the unexpected which makes our Tours so special. We regard our tours as being a return to our favourite European places, accompanied by a group of friends, which is why some of our guests have returned three, four and even five times.
Not only are our tours designed to bring you the very best of European music experience in our favourite cities and beautiful locations, but they provide a journey of discovery into some of Europe's most romantic regions.
SOME OF OUR PAST TOURS Rediscovering Beethoven and More Celebrating the Franz Liszt Bi-Centenary A North South Odessy Music Mountains and More Great European Houses of Music Central & Southern European Jewels A Feast of Wine & Music Anniversaries and More (1999) The Mozart Bi-Centennial