Maestro! offers a full range of international travel, touring and production solutions for a diverse mix of internationally-celebrated performers, arts management companies, orchestras, choirs, dance companies & special projects.
Following the UK government’s ‘Roadmap’ announcements on 22 February and the continuation of the vaccine rollout we are pushing ahead with our plans from mid-June onwards.
If you had Registered for one of our April or May departures we are in the process of rescheduling these arrangements for either later in the year or for Spring of 2022.
If you have Registered for one of our tours from June onwards, we will be in touch with you in the next seven days with complete details of how to proceed with your Booking.
There are many questions yet to be answered in the 'Roadmap' plan but we are proceeding in as positive manner as we can, while remaining very much aware of challenges that lie ahead, not least of which is how the vaccine roll-out in Europe progresses over the coming weeks. We continue to work to find a fair and flexible approach to deposits and balance deadlines so that you can book with confidence
Our team will continue to work part-time from home during March but can be reached by email firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0151 707 1727.
— Updated 28th February 2021
update 1200h 23 January
The Dutch Government have introduced further restrictions today, not only for entry to the Netherlands BUT ALSO FOR ANYONE TRANSITING AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL.
This is the first instance that we are aware of where transit passsengers are now subject to the same restrictions as those entering the country.
Full details are included in the 'click through' below but main points are:
As of January 23, 2021, all customers traveling to the Netherlands, or in connection in Amsterdam, will be required to present a negative PCR or Lamp test issued 72 hours prior to boarding from their point of origin, as well as a negative antigen test performed within 4 hours prior to departure.
Sir Simon Rattle has become a German Citizen.
Read Norman Lebrecht's piece on why "British Music Has Just Lost It's Most Effective Voice" in his article from Slippedisc.com by clicking the link below