Hit the Right Note For Your Group
As group travel organisers will appreciate, coming up with new ideas and suggestions for your group's day trips or short breaks can be challenging at times.
So if you are looking for new inspiration for the coming months and into 2024, this could be quite literally music to your ears.
Why not consider taking your group to enjoy a classical musical experience at one of the many orchestral, symphony or chamber music concerts that are available throughout the UK. From orchestral and choral to jazz and gospel, an unforgettable outing and experience is in prospect for you and your group with so some exciting and inspirational classical music performances to choose from and in superb venues right across the country.
Whether you are a regular concert-goer or are trying something new, you will be surprised just how many world-class symphonies and orchestras there are who regularly perform across the UK. Famous names such as the London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO), the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), The Halle and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra to name a mere few have gained national and international reputations and receive regular visits from some of the world's greatest soloists and conductors.
And they are not just reserved for the big cities and concert venues. The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is one of the UK's best-loved orchestras and serves the South and South West of England. Based at Lighthouse, Poole, the Orchestra is the largest cultural provider in the South West with residencies in Bristol, Exeter, Portsmouth, Southampton and Yeovil, and regular perfomances in Truro, Basingstoke, Barnstaple and Weymouth.
The Northern Chamber Orchestra is the oldest professional chamber orchestra in the North West. Its annual series of eight concerts hosted at The King's School and St Michael's Church in Macclesfield is expanding by venturing into Chester and Wirral with a fresh season of musical excellence.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra is one of Scotland's leading cultural institutions. Based in Glasgow it is renowned as one of Europe's leading orchestras with a rich history stretching back over 125 years, regularly performing at venues throughout Scotland and on the continent.
For groups potentially interested in taking in the magnificence of a classical concert, there are numerous benefits depending on your preferred choice of concert and venue. This an range from generous discounts on standard tickets for one or more concerts, flexible
payment arrangements and priority booking periods including no booking fees, even private receptions with some of the musicians.
For group organisers and coach drivers, there are incentives such as complimentary tickets, free drinks and meal vouchers, plus
convenient coach drop-off and pick-up points.