Upcoming Performance Travel

View the distinctive Classic Performance events and student tours offered below.

Basilica of St. Mary Divine Mercy Choral Festival

Poland | Apr 20, 2022 - Apr 29, 2022

Travel to Poland to celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy at the Divine Mercy Shrine. Walk in the footsteps of beloved saints, including Sr. Maria Faustina and St. Maximilian Kolbe, as well as visit the infamous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa. The choir will have the special honor of singing with the Divine Mercy Shrine Choir on the Feast of Divine Mercy.

Join us in Poland to celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy – April 2022!

Poland | Apr 19, 2022 - Apr 30, 2022

Travel to Poland to celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy at the Divine Mercy Shrine. Walk in the footsteps of beloved saints, including Sr. Maria Faustina and St. Maximilian Kolbe. The choir will have the special honor of singing with the Divine Mercy Shrine Choir on the Feast of Divine Mercy. St. John Paul II, pray for us!

Come back for updates. Exact date of Travel will be confirmed in October 2021.

St. Ann Youth Choir Journey to Ireland

Ireland | May 29, 2022 - Jun 07, 2022

Join with the St. Ann Youth Choir and experience the perfect blend of faith, culture, and history on this once-in-a-lifetime performance pilgrimage to the Emerald Isle! Journey to the heart of Ireland and explore beautiful churches and shrines, breathtaking landscapes, and inspiring saints! Enjoy SAYC concert performances in Galway, Killarney, and Dublin. This tour will span centuries of Ireland's history at the Knock Shrine, the Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Castle and the famous Ring of Kerry. Truly a trip not to be missed.

Join St. Bartholomew Choir and Parish
For the Let Music Live Festival 2022

Prague & Vienna | Jun 20, 2022 - Jun 28, 2022

The 2022 International Let Music Live Festival commemorates humanity’s sacrifice and resilience during the scourge of the global pandemic of 2020, and it honors the power of music in our lives as it resounds in two of the world’s greatest concert halls. With repertoire that provides solemn respect to those who lost their lives, and that enkindles hope toward the future, the Let Music Live Festival borrows its title from the final three words of “The Awakening” by Joseph Martin, which concludes the Festival’s performances. Under the co-direction of Artistic Directors Andrew Crow and Douglas Droste, participating choruses and orchestra will perform in the Rudolfinum in Prague and the Musikverein in Vienna, two world-class, iconic performance venues.