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Popular Western and Eastern Europe Locations and Venues

Classic Performances is experienced in the performance tour venues of both western and eastern Europe. Performance tour groups traveling with Classic Performances have performed in countries and venues across Europe. Below are listed some of the most frequently visited destinations and venues. Each performance tour is customized for each group and is not limited to the list below.

Austria: St. Peterskirche in Vienna, St. Stephans Cathedral in Vienna, Konzerthaus and the Musikverein in Vienna

Croatia: St. Savior’s Church in Dubrovnik, Franciscan Church in Poljud

Czech Republic: International Festival of Sacred Music in Nymburk, Festival Jihlava, St. Nicholas Church on the Old Town Square in Prague, St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague, Kladruby Monastery near Pilsen

England: Town Hall in Birmingham, Westminster Central Hall in London, Liverpool Cathedral, Chester Cathedral, Canterbury Cathedral, St. James Church in London

France: Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, St. Sulpice in Paris, La Madeleine in Paris

Germany: Berlin Cathedral, Cologne Cathedral, Dresden Cathedral, Heidelberg Cathedral

Hungary: St. Matthias Church in Budapest

Ireland: St. Mary’s Cathedral in Killarney, St. Colman’s Cathedral in Cork, Convent Church of Carrick-on-Suir, Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas

Italy: St. Peter’s Basilica and St. Paul Outside the Walls in Rome, Basilica of San Carlo al Corso in Rome, St. James Church in Florence, St. Francis Church in Assisi, Cathedral in Orvieto

Russia: St. Andrew’s Church in Moscow

Scotland: St. Mary’s Cathedral and St. Giles in Edinburgh, St. Andrews Church in St. Andrews

Slovakia: Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Bratislava, St. Jakub’s Church in Trnava

Spain: Santa Maria Shrine in Montserrat, Cathedral in Barcelona, La Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, Toledo’s Main Theater

Ukraine: St. Alexander’s Cathedral in Kiev

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