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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.

covid-19 operations update
update - 15 January 2022
Our complete plans for 2022 are now online and you can Register your
interest on the relevant tour page. If you have any questions email
tours@maestrotouring.com. We will continue to work from home until the
end of March and our phone lines are open 10am - 4pm Monday - Friday.
In emergency (if travelling within 72 hours) call +44 797 456 6006
Latest News

The start of a brighter new year?

With Omicron infection levels reducing and testing restrictions evolving we can (at last!) publish our complete programme of 'experiences' for 2022.

Starting with our long-anticipated visit to Covent Garden at the begining of February and our first tour outside the UK for two years visiting Tenerife and the Canary Islands Music Festival next month!

Please take a moment to review our 2022 experiences with music, food and unique elements - all meticulously planned to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

We look forward to seeing you again soon in 2022!

 

Day 2 PCR Testing...... here we go again......

From today Day 2 PCR Testing is required for all returning to the UK. We hope this is just a temporary measure while the threat of the Omicron variant is assessed. Meanwhile, we have reviewed ©Which Magazine's 'best buy' list and this that the 'not for profit' Testing For All https://www.testingforall.org/ looks to offer very good value at £48 (and £19 for pre-flight Antigen testing). You can reach their homepage by clicking the link below.

5* review for Vasily's final Royal Liverpool recording

An extract from Norman Lebrecht's glowing review of Vasily's final recording as Chief Conductor of Royal Liverpool...... 

"… Zemlinsky and Schreker went way over the top in their exploitation of orchestral texture, splashing every colour in the paintbox and squeezing the last drop of curdled angst from the interstices of strings and woodwinds, with violin solos to gloop it all together.

It’s deliciously forbidden stuff, breaking several rules of common decency and so gender incorrect that the current thought police will fine anyone they hear whistling it.

Needless to say, this Covid-year album by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and their departing conductor Vasily Petrenko is demonstrably irresistible. Played with no stops pulled or holds barred, this is a wash of sound we have been dying to hear, if not in a live hall then on record. And when we do get back into a hall, I will be the first in line demanding to know why orchestras don’t play sounds like these that wet our lips, instead of tick-box works by marginal try-hards. Bring back orchestral decadence, all is forgiven"

You can read the complete review by clicking the button below.