Summa Cum Laude International Youth Music Festival

Travel to Vienna with WorldStrides for Austria’s premier global youth music festival for choirs, bands and orchestras. Enjoy a once in a lifetime opportunity to perform at prestigious venues including the Golden Hall of the Musikverein, the Grand Hall of the Weiner Konzerthaus, amongst others. The festival offers competitive and non-competitive options for a variety of ensembles. Hear ensembles from…

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Summa Cum Laude International Youth Music Festival

Travel to Vienna with WorldStrides for Austria’s premier global youth music festival for choirs, bands and orchestras. Enjoy a once in a lifetime opportunity to perform at prestigious venues including the Golden Hall of the Musikverein, the Grand Hall of the Weiner Konzerthaus, amongst others. The festival offers competitive and non-competitive options for a variety of ensembles. Hear ensembles from…

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Festival Venues

University of Music in ViennaMusikvereinGolden Hall of the MusikvereinGreat Hall of the KonzerthausWiener KonzerthausRathaus/Vienna City Hall

Your Adventure

1 Travel to Vienna
  • Board your flight Relax and enjoy your journey to Vienna, Austria.
2 Hello Salzburg
  • Meet your Tour Director Arrive in Salzburg and meet your Tour Director, who will accompany you for the duration of your tour.
  • Guided Salzburg city tour Explore Salzburg Dom, Salzburg Cathedral, Festival Hall, Mirabell Palace, & Mozart’s Birthplace.
3 Salzburg
  • Guided Sound of Music tour Visit the Gardens of Mirabell Palace, Leopoldskron Palace, Hellbrunn Nonnberg Abbey, St. Gilgen and Lake Wolfgang.
  • Concert performance Enjoy your first performance of the tour, possible venues include The Great Hall of the University of Salzburg, Silent Night Chapel, or Kollegienkirche.
4 Salzburg-Melk-Vienna
  • Panorama tour through Wachau Valley Melk is situated next to the Wachau Valley along the Danube. It is best known as the site of a massive baroque Benedictine monastery named Melk Abbey.
  • Guided tour of Melk Abbey Enjoy a guided tour of one of the biggest European Baroque ensembles, planned by the famous Austrian Baroque architect Jakob Prandtauer in the first half of the 18th century. The Melk Abbey complex, where Benedictine monks still live and dedicate their work to culture and education, extends over 320 metres.
5 Opening Ceremony Day
  • Festival opening ceremony Start the festival with an opening ceremony for all participants at the Wiener Konzerthaus.
  • Conductors kick-off meeting All conductors meet in preparation for the festival.
6 Musikverein
  • Festival event: Musikverein Competition and celebration at the Golden Hall of the Musikverein for choirs, orchestras, bands and special groups.
  • Concerts and performances throughout the city Individual concerts and performances in and around Vienna (all groups).
7 Musikverein - University of Music in Vienna
  • Festival event: Musikverein Competition and celebration at the Golden Hall of the Musikverein for choirs, orchestras, bands, and special groups.
  • Festival event: University of Music in Vienna Workshops at the University of Music in Vienna for choirs, orchestras, bands, and special groups
  • Concerts and performances throughout the city Individual concerts and performances in and around Vienna (all groups).
8 University of Music in Vienna - Haus der Musik
  • Festival event: University of Music in Vienna Workshops at the University of Music in Vienna for choirs, orchestras, bands, and special groups.
  • Haus der Musik visit Visit to the Haus der Musik, an interactive sound museum.
  • Concerts and performances throughout the city Individual concerts and performances in and around Vienna (all groups).
9 Gala Winners Concert
  • Explore Vienna Individual city exploration of Vienna.
  • Summa Cum Laude academy event Lecture, preparation for Gala Winners’ Concert and group photo at the Wiener Konzerthaus (all groups).
  • Evening Gala Winners' Concert Evening Gala Winners' Concert (winners of the Competition on stage, all other participants in the audience) at the Great Hall of the Wiener Konzerthaus.
  • Festival Finale Award ceremony, and farewell reception (all participants).
10 Optional Extension: Vienna – Telč – Prague
  • Explore Telč enroute to Prague Telč lies at the midpoint of the old King's route from Vienna to Prague. Telč is the best preserved Renaissance town north of the Alps, and was added to the UNESCO list of international heritage sights in 1993.
  • Explore Prague Prague is the capital of Czechia, built on seven hills astride the Vltava River. The beauty of Prague is legendary; Goethe described the city as “the most precious stone in the crown of this world
11 Optional Extension: Prague
  • Walking tour of Prague Enjoy a walking tour of Prague Castle Complex, Golden Lane, and Charles Bridge.
  • Concert performance Venue options include Smetana Hall, Czech Museum of Music, or St. Nicholas Church.
12 Depart Prague
  • Depart Prague Our rewarding and enjoyable tour comes to an end as our Tour Director accompanies us to the airport on our final day.

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