New York City is a desirable holiday destination that offers a variety of educational and leisure opportunities. It is a great city for student groups who want to play very well in visible locations. While designing the orchestras of New York, there are some excellent opportunities for students' performance groups. The routes I offer to student groups who want to travel to New York and present there will include a performance date and a visit to the same highlights and attractions in the city that will interest any group of students.
I'm an instructor travel company specializing in events in New York City, Washington DC, Orlando and other USA destinations. For more than 25 years, I have been spending exciting visits to these specifically designed performance groups. My company specializes in orchestral excursions, orchestra, choir competitions, concerts and many more.
In this article I outline a pattern for a New York band. This sample tour for hikers, students, teachers, and parents provides a clear picture of the type of lecture that a group can lead to Big Apple
High School Band Destination
A high school singer travel to New York City begins a sightseeing tour of the city's professional and authentic escort tour. Visitors to the site include Trinity Church, South Street Seaport, Madison Square Garden, Rockefeller Center, Broadway, Chinatown, Central Park and other attractions. After the New York tour is over, the group will visit the American Museum of Natural History, dine at a restaurant and head to the Empire State Building observation deck. Educational travel groups can also choose to include a Yankees or Mets baseball game
One of the highlights of the second day is the high school group (or other type of lecture group) in the United Nations Your organization or the Lincoln Center. Students' performance groups can also select the Liberty Island location. Choirs can play in the cathedral of the deity of St. John. These well-known venues are a great opportunity for a high school band to reach new and different types of audiences than their own hometown. The timing of this kind of performance requires an advanced planning from six months to one year, so trainers of this type of trip must keep it in this way. After performing the high school band, the group will be taken on NBC Studios Tour on 5th Avenue and will visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The student group travels to a restaurant and takes a Broadway Musical tonight.
After breakfast, a group of high school or group performers try out the hotel and use the Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty boat trip. When this is over, the group will map South Street Seaport and Greenwich Village. Then they go to Ground Zero and Chinatown Square. The final stop of the student race is the shopping trip to the Macy store. After the purchase the student group starts at home.
The outline outlined in this article is not the only way to reach New York City. We have been working well to make an effective New York student work trip covering a three-day period. If you are looking for more destinations in the New York area, the student group may travel instead of four instead of three. Whatever the requirements of the high school band or the performance group, its specialists adapt to the specific needs of the group in design phases.
Source by Howard Clemens