You might not find a four-leaf clover in Ireland, but the country’s green grassy hills, rich history, proximity to England, Wales and Scotland, and catchy musical traditions are only too lucky for groups seeking concert tours to a beautiful destination. Long celebrated Irish traditions derived from ancient Celtic practices and the romantic inspirations from the Irish countryside continue to be popular all over the world. Experience the inspiration for the soulful ballads and the jaunty jigs firsthand while performing for audiences who understand the moving power of music.  

Classical Movements has been putting together tours in Ireland since 1992 when Aeroflot planes used to stop in the country to refuel and myriad groups en route to Russia found themselves bitten once again by the travel bug. Past clients have included the Greater Miami Youth Symphony, University of Kentucky Women’s Chorale, Montgomery County Choral Society, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra and National Symphony Orchestra.

🇮🇪 Sights & Sounds 🇮🇪

  • Dublin
  • Christ Church Cathedral
  • Royal Irish Academy of Music
  • Merrion Square
  • Trinity College
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral Choir
  • Dublin Castle
  • Cork
  • Bantry House
  • Galway
  • River Corribb
  • Killarney National Park
  • Cliffs of Moher
  • Wexford Festival Opera

Testimonials

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

Press

The board of directors of Aeroflot Airlines has appointed Blue Heart Tours [now Classical Movements] as its official tour operator for the Goodwill Games in St. Petersburg, Russia…Blue Heart Tours has been chosen due to its close relationship with Aeroflot and the extensive tour program run with the airline both to Ireland and Russia from the U.S.

-Travel World News, February 1994