With a long-established office in Berlin, we have made something of a specialty of eastern Germany, which has never lost its old-style respect for culture and music, and has benefited from a huge improvement in its infrastructure since reunification. Hotels are relatively inexpensive, concerts in churches and halls are well attended with discerning audiences, and the once-neglected historic buildings and monuments have mostly been restored to their former glory. We have also planned tours to western Germany for a very long time, with excellent musical contacts in the Rhine Valley, Romantic Road and Bavaria.

Germany is a land of culture, castles, cathedrals and composers. The following touring ideas comprise many of these elements:

  • Perform in Kölner Dom, visit Beethoven’s birthplace in nearby Bonn and take a trip down the romantic Rhine
  • View mad King Ludwig’s castle in Neuschwanstein and give concerts in enchanting churches along Lake Constance
  • Stay in central Germany and walk in the footsteps of the great German baroque composers: Bach, Telemann and Handel
  • Sing in the Marktkirche in Halle where Handel received his first organ lesson at the age of four
  • Visit Leipzig and perform in Bach’s favorite church: the Thomaskirche, where he worked for 27 years, and sing prayers for peace in the Nikolaikirche, where the fall of the wall began

ACFEA has a two representatives in Germany, Sue Peter and Richard Riegger. Read Sue’s bio and Richard’s bio.

To learn more about the exciting tour options that Germany has to offer, please contact us.

Germany Photo Gallery