American University Choirs:

  • Botetourt Chamber Singers
  • Cabrillo Symphonic Chorus
  • Choir of the College of William and Mary
  • Dartmouth Glee Club
  • George Washington University Choir
  • Holy Cross College Choir
  • Howard University Gospel Choir
  • James Madison University Chorale
  • Michigan Tech Concert Choir
  • Morgan State University Choir
  • Mount Holyoke College Choral Ensembles
  • Oakland Chorale (Michigan)
  • Rowan University Choir
  • Shorter College Chorale
  • Smith College Chamber Singers
  • St. Olaf Choir
  • Temple University Concert Choir
  • Trinity Choir, Trinity University
  • University of California Chamber Chorus
  • University of Cincinnati Music Education Abroad
  • University of Dayton Chorale
  • University of Kentucky Chorale
  • University of Kentucky Women’s Chorus
  • University of Maryland Chamber Singers
  • University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club
  • University of Michigan Women’s Glee Club
  • Vassar College Choir
  • Virginia Glee Club
  • Wellesley College Choir
  • Westminster Choir College
  • Yale Glee Club
  • Yale Schola Cantorum
  • Yale Whiffenpoofs

International University Choirs:

  • College Vocal de Laval Choir (Canada)
  • Daley Road Singers (Australian National University)
  • Kammerchor Konservatorium Winterthur (Switzerland)
  • Le Strada Chorale – Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa)
  • Mamelodi Melodic Voices (South Africa)
  • University of Johannesburg Choir (South Africa)
  • University of the Free State Choir (South Africa)
  • University of Pretoria Camarata (South Africa)
  • University of Pretoria, Ovuwa Cultural Ensemble (South Africa)
  • University of the Western Cape Choir (South Africa)
  • University of Manitoba Singers (Canada)
  • University of Witwatersrand Choir (South Africa)

“Another wonderful trip from Classical Movements– our third international tour! Concert venues were fabulous and well-attended with “big name” cathedrals and enthusiastic audiences. The hotels were very accommodating for large groups. Tour Guides were very knowledgeable. flexible, funny and worked well with collegiate age singers.”

-University of Kentucky Women’s Choir

“I couldn’t have imagined more successful and meaningful events in these two very different venues than what we had, and, of course, we owe you all very much indeed… Thanks to all of you. The work you do really means so much to peoples’ lives and students’ education. I know you went above and beyond here, and believe me, we will not forget your collaborative generosity.”

-Martin Jean, Director

“When it comes to providing substantive, musically memorable, well-paced and engaging tour experiences, no one does it better than Classical Movements! The first national tour by the Canterbury Youth Choruses hit all of the right notes, providing inspiring performance opportunities during Evensong at the National Cathedral, a concert at Walter Reed Army Hospital, and expert facilitation of our sightseeing throughout our nation’s capital, led by engaging, well-informed and highly competent tour guides. I would recommend Classical Movements, without hesitation, to any musical organization planning a domestic or international tour!”

-Judith Willoughby, Artistic Director

“Classical Movements, has decades of knowledge and experience in planning all facets of choral music performance abroad. The spirit and drive of their expert staff creates memorable moments for choristers and families alike. I strongly recommend them for their dedication and commitment to music and to the sharing of American culture abroad.”

-Children’s Chorus of Washington

“You did such a spectacular job of following the ever-moving target in the months before the trip, finding us the venues we needed and working with us to make the tour the enormous success that is was. And then once the tour began, there you were, always thinking of how to improve things, quietly taking care of the problems from lost tuxes to too-many Delft passengers. There are many smiling YAC faces as a result of your hard work and great competence.”

-The Yale Alumni Chorus Foundation