Prague, the “City of A Thousand Spires”, has been a junction of European trade routes and a political and social center for centuries. Mozart's "Don Giovanni" was first performed here, and the city, throughout much conflict in its past, has continued to be a magnificent center of art and architecture, politics and religion. Many visitors wander along the cobblestone streets and charming alleys in Old Town, admire the Prague Castle and the Golden Lane, and enjoy its fine restaurants and breweries, as well as its lively arts scene. The historic heart of Prague, due to its extraordinary character, is on the UNESCO list of World Monuments.

Famous Czech composers include Dvorak and Smetana, and world-class opera and concert performances continue to be held year-round in this magical city on the Vltava (or Moldau) river.

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic after Prague, and its history dates back to the 9th century. Birthplace of the composers Leos Janacek and Erich W. Korngold, Brno is situated at the crossroads of ancient trade routes which have joined the North and South European civilizations for centuries. It represents the center of Moravia, and is located in the foothills of the Drahany and Bohemian-Moravian ranges. Major sights include St. Peter and Paul Cathedral (Petrov), The House of Lords of Lipá near Klein's Palace, Spilberk Castle and The Old Town Hall.

Robert Page Festival Singers 2008

Messiah College Concert Choir Tour 2006

Schola Cantorum on Hudson 2008

Santa Monica Chamber Philharmonia 2009

Arizona Masterworks Chorale & Friends 2006