For even the most seasoned travelers, Iceland’s increasingly popular allure lies in its unparalleled natural phenomena and ancient culture. The country’s traditional love of choral music and growing appreciation for orchestral music make it ideal for the ensemble looking for a European tour unlike any other. Explore Iceland on its own or pair with Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland for a Scandinavian experience.

Classical Movements has organized tours to Iceland for the Choir of the College of William and Mary and the Botetourt Chamber Singers, many stand-alone cultural groups and to all of Scandinavia for the Gay Men’s Chorus of WashingtonLos Angeles Children’s Chorus, Yale Glee Club, Minnesota Orchestra, Os Violinos from the Lisbon Music Academy, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Choral Arts Society of Washington. The company has also worked closely with Scandinavian ensembles Tapiola Sinfonietta, and Sibelius Youth Symphony Orchestra to arrange their tours to the United States.

🇮🇸 Sights & Sounds 🇮🇸

  • Reykjavík
  • Harpa Music Hall
  • Hallgrímskirkja Church
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Geothermal Spas & Heated Beaches
  • Traditional hymns & epic poetry
  • Golden Circle: Thingvellir National Park, Gullfloss Waterfall and Haukadalur Valley


We enjoyed a comfortable flight itinerary, nice hotels, good meals, wonderful sightseeing, and most importantly great concerts.  Our venues included three stunning contemporary halls, an elegant baroque room, a delightful castle courtyard, and a beautiful spa town…We are all ready to do it again!  The Classical Movements staff was awesome!

-Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra

The Glee Club’s 2011 150th anniversary tour through Europe was the most extensive tour we’ve put together and we could not have done it with Classical Movements expert and attentive work – from hotels and buses, to concert venues and publicity.

-Yale Glee Club

Thank you so much for all you did to make LACC’s tour to Scandinavia and the Baltics so successful.  We had a terrific experience and much of this is due to your extensive and effective work on our behalf.

-Los Angeles Children’s Chorus


We were met by friendly and caring guides who spoke excellent English and were sophisticated in matters relating to history, architecture and the way of life in Russia, both at the times of the czars and of the Soviet Union. A folkloric performance was of outstanding artistic quality. We were offered flexibility in the choir of the sightseeing sites…my appreciation of the tour itself is quite reliable.

-International Travel News | Aug, 1998

Deputy Chief of US Mission Kent Logsdon thanked Classical Movements for organizing such an amazing concert tour and praised YAC (Yale Alumni Chorus) musicians for their great charity activities and Vakhtang Kahidze for his wonderful orchestra.

-Georgia Messenger, Salome Modebadze | June 28, 2011

The Rhapsody! Children’s Music Festival organizers have chosen Prague as a concert destination for the festival’s various choirs every year for the past decade. Neeta Helms, president of Classical Movements, Inc., explains that Prague has been a destination of choice along with Vienna and Salzburg ‘because of its beauty and the country’s rich music history, culture, and heritage. For [children] it’s a trip of a lifetime, and we want to deliver a high-quality music product. Prague allows us to do that year after year.’

-Opus Osm, Mary Matz | July 18, 2011

There is talk of the current vacuum in the Philadelphia Orchestra’s leadership (president/CEO James Undercofler recently left; board president Hal Sorgenti just stepped down), even in such exotic settings, but it’s not noticeable in the tour’s day-to-day life, which is organized by the outside firm Classical Movements. One encouraging economic indicator: Neeta Helms, president of Classical Movements, which works with major orchestras as well as tours by youth orchestras and choirs, says 2009 looks to be its busiest year ever. But Helms works hard for that business. The Wednesday flight from Barcelona to Lisbon had the most stringent bag restrictions yet, with hefty fines for those deemed too heavy. But the loaded-down musicians were allowed to board unimpeded. ‘Neeta worked her magic,’ murmured one.

-Philadelphia Inquirer, David Patrick Stearns | Feb. 6, 2009

The warm reception from the French people restored energy and health, as did the raucously enthusiastic audiences, packed houses, rave reviews, radio broadcasts, and extended ovations…

-Peabody News | Sept, 1996