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Athens Music School Tours

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Contemporary open air theatres in municipalities outside of Athens provide stunning concert backdrops.

Stage a fantastic performance at the prestigious American College, Musical School of Piraeus, Maliaras School. Indoor and outdoor spaces are available.

A variety of hotels offer groups the chance to perform to their guests during the summer months.

Benefit from a large audience and continuous footfall at a variety of shopping centres in Athens.

Festivals are held in a wide variety of venues throughout the summer months in various municipalities.

Take a three island cruise around the Saronic Islands, perform aboard your vessel and enjoy lunch whilst taking in the crystal waters and relaxing atmosphere. The islands are simply stunning and boast a classical heritage, resort beaches and exquisite architecture. If you are travelling to Greece, this venue simply can't be missed!

The Catholic Church of St Paul in Piraeus and the Anglican Church of St Paul in Athens host concerts for choirs of a sacred repertoire. 

A chance to see the best example of a Greek theatre (not transformed by the Romans), and test its perfect acoustics. The Sanctuary of Asklepios, a famous healing centre of the ancient world, is also worth exploring.

No visit to Athens is complete without a visit to the Acropolis to see the Parthenon, the symbol of classical Greece, as well as the Erechtheum. Explore the Acropolis Archaeological Museum and take in the spectacular view from the Acropolis of the Theatre of Dionysos, the first stone theatre ever built. Take our three hour guide and coach walking tour to see all this as well as The Sanctuary of Zeus and Hadrian’s Arch.

Musical instruments have been selected on their aesthetic and decorative value as well as on their ethnological and musicological interest.

Take a close look at the Temple of Hephaistos, and visit the museum which provides evidence of politics and daily life in ancient Athens. This is a fascinating place for archaeologists to explore and a place to walk in the footsteps of Socrates, Pericles, Cleon and more Classical figures.

Take a cruise to the Island of Aegina. Here, your group can spend time visiting the Temple of Aphaea dedicated to the Greek Goddess. A separate full day cruise of the islands Aegina and Poros is also available.

Orientation tour of Athens including a short stop at Panathenaic Stadium for photos (outside the site) and a visit to the Acropolis site (including the Parthenon, theater of Dionysus, Erechtheum).

Cape Sounion is a promontory located 69 kilometres (43 mi) south-southeast of Athens, at the southernmost tip of the Attica peninsula in Greece.  Cape Sounion is noted as the site of ruins of an ancient Greek temple of Poseidon, the god of the sea in classical mythology. The remains are perched on the headland, surrounded on three sides by the sea.

Folklore evening with dinner in a taverna in the Plaka district of Athens, though not exactly a ‘typical Greek evening’, as it is often referred to, it’s sure to create a terrific atmosphere.

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