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This gothic church has excellent acoustics, as well as a famous organ originally constructed by the renowned French organ maker Cavaillé-Coll, and played by composer César Franck.

Sacred choirs and classical orchestras can perform as part of the regular weekday concert series which attracts great audiences. The church’s organ, made by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, was once played by Saint-Saëns and Fauré.

Just 90 minutes from Paris, this prestigious cathedral has an excellent reputation as a concert venue for orchestras and choirs.

Good quality sacred choirs can perform at mass or at an individual concert.

Enjoy a Sunday afternoon concert or undertake a full evening concert. This church boasts a grand organ manufactured by Cavaillé-Coll.


Choirs may participate in evening mass at this stunning church, considered a masterpiece of late Gothic architecture and located in Paris’ ancient market area of Les Halles.

Mid-week concerts at this centrally-located children’s hospital are great for smaller bands and choirs and a rewarding experience for groups.

Located close to Disneyland® Paris, this indoor shopping centre is an ideal visit and performance opportunity for groups after they have been to Disneyland® Paris.


We have used this venue for a number of years with great success. Well known for its excellent acoustics, the German Church is used by many orchestras and choirs to make professional recordings. Unlike the majority of Paris church venues, groups can perform mixed and secular programmes.

Secular groups can perform in this large, residential centre to a sizeable, appreciative audience.

This accommodation and cultural centre boasts an excellent events programme which includes concerts given by groups staying here.

Set in a prime location within the gardens of the Palais du Luxembourg, this venue regularly attracts good audiences.

Concerts are held on the covered park bandstand, which overlooks the lake in this park which is popular with families and students alike.

Situated in a busy area close to the Eiffel Tower, these city gardens are perfect for groups with a lively repertoire.

A covered, modern bandstand which hosts performances for a largely local audience.

This large park, well known for its fountains and leafy walkways, boasts a large rectangular stage, changing facilities and auditorium-style seating.

What could be more exciting than performing on a Disney stage in front of an international audience? Disney Performing Arts OnStage gives the opportunity to instrumental, vocal, dance, parade groups and marching bands to do just that! The Disney Performing Arts OnStage programme offers performance opportunities to amateur groups, with the aim of giving participants a glimpse into Disney’s world of entertainment by offering them a unique, once in a lifetime experience!

A co-ordination team is assigned to each group to guide them through organising their visit and preparing for their show, as well as taking care of them on their arrival and for the performance itself. A Disney technical team are also on-hand to add those finishing touches and make sure everything runs smoothly for a magical experience they will never forget!

Participation in the Disney Performing Arts OnStage programme is subject to audition. For details, please contact your Music Tour Travel Advisor.

Disney Performing Arts Workshops are founded on a strong ethos for performance development, giving students the opportunity to reach for the stars through hands-on sessions with Disney professionals. 

‘Intermediate Vocalist’ is a challenging 90-minute workshop designed to initiate and inspire young singers, and take them on an exciting journey from basic musical literacy and the progressive development of vocal technique, to the delights of live performance.

Preliminary warm up exercises embrace posture, breath control, diction and voice production. Stylistic analysis and interpretation of one and two part melodic material drawn from Disney classics will follow. Workshops are also available for Dance and Musical Theatre groups.

An enjoyable river cruise is a relaxing way to see the sights of Paris. Students also learn from the French (or English) commentary on their headsets.

Paris’ best-known monument has outstanding city views, which on a clear day can stretch for 42 miles, giving the chance to pinpoint many landmarks. 

This 196m tower has shorter queues than the Eiffel Tower and a fabulous view of Paris. The viewpoint tables clearly mark the city’s many famous monuments. There are also a number of audio-visual and interactive facilities to help build language skills and enhance their knowledge of Paris, as well as downloadable quizzes in English and French. 

Montmartre provides an opportunity for students to practise their language skills with its many street stalls and street artists, shops and cafés. Once a meeting place for artists in the late 19th and early 20th century, your group can also view artists painting portraits and caricatures for the tourists and enjoy a spectacular view of Paris from the steps of the Sacré Coeur.

An architectural masterpiece, the Palais Garnier is known worldwide. We can arrange a guided tour which provides an overview of the history, architecture and current operatic performances taking place.


Take your students behind-the-scenes of France’s premier stadium. Take a tour, in French or English, of the players’ tunnel, changing rooms, security facilities, pitch and photo museum. 

Take a tour of this art gallery, the design of which is a proud example of modern French architecture. Outside, the square houses street artists, musicians and performers, and the nearby Stravinsky Fountain is an added bonus.

The museum’s permanent collection is organised into five areas: a chronological circuit will take your students on a tour through western music, from the 17th century to the present day, and a geographical circuit for music originating from outside Europe. The circuit’s collection and its original design ensures an innovative visitor experience.


Both Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park provide a great environment for your students to work together, bond as a group and challenge their personal boundaries on their school trip to Disneyland Paris.

Disneyland® Park 
Explore five themed lands filled with Disney classic stories: adrenalin packed thrill rides such as Big Thunder Mountain, Disney classics like Pirates of the Caribbean and Dumbo the Flying Elephant and many opportunities to meet your favourite Disney characters. 

Walt Disney Studios® Park
Step through the Studio gates and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of movies, animation and television. Find out how Disney creates the magic and feel what it’s like to be star of stage and screen.


Take a free guided tour in your choice of French or English and visit the museum and shop where you’ll find a wide range of fragrant products.

A tailor-made coach tour of Paris that includes a dedicated French or English-speaking guide, who will help with pronunciation and knowledge of the many sights of Paris. One of our groups’ favourites is the evening tour of the Paris Illuminations. We can arrange walking tours too. 

Probably the most famous museum in the world and home to some of the finest collections of antiquities, sculpture and art. It is the ideal place for students to see the prominent role that art plays in French culture. The museum is also home to cafés and shops where students can practise language skills too. 

Discover chocolate’s 4,000 years of history, and modern methods of making it too, then try some of the delicious products.

This typically French theme park is home to over 30 outside attractions, all based around the famous Astérix comic-strips. Parc Astérix is especially well known for its large variety of roller coasters, and incorporates rides and themes from historic ancient cultures such as the Romans and the Gauls. 

Parc Astérix also offers live shows and entertainment, animated figures, arts and crafts, reconstructions, a dolphin show, special effects, restaurants and shops. This is a great opportunity for students to interact at this French theme park.

Take a step inside a traditional Parisian theatre and spend an evening with locals at a French play with English subtitles. A dedicated host will meet you at the theatre, introduce you to the play and venue and take you to your seats. Groups also have the opportunity to take part in a theatre workshop before the show. Have fun learning traditional French performance techniques before seeing them live in action on stage that evening!

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