Local And International Music Travel Packages Now Offered By Peak Performance Tours

June 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Peak Performance Tours in Jamison, Pennsylvania has announced that they are now offering music travel packages , both local and international, for students. For those who are interested, the company’s website offers a complete look at the music travel packages by Peak Performance Tours.

Bruce Rickert, a spokesperson for the company says, “We take pride in offering tours that are exciting for our students. The ability to study music abroad is something that every music student dreams about. We can make this happen. Or, for those who prefer it, we offer local tours, as well.”

Rickert says that each tour includes a well-rounded itinerary that not only offers musical instruction and learning experiences but fun activities, as well. He adds that each tour includes the opportunity for students to perform, which is what makes these tours the preference of many students. Students are encouraged to take part in a performance that is scheduled and set up by the company during the tour.

“All of the details are handled by us,” says Rickert. “Students simply have to show up and have fun. Our website gives more information about our tours, including what students can expect and what is expected of them. We take care of all of the details such as housing, food and the performance. Students and their chaperones are just here to have a good time.”

More information about the company, including pictures of some of their past tours can be seen on their official company Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PeakPerformanceTours/. The Facebook page also provides a platform for students or teachers to reach out to the company, as well as others who have taken part in their tours.

Peak Performance Tours offers a full range of tours, any of which can be customized to meet the needs of the touring body. Trips can offer sightseeing in museums, parks and industrial sites, or explore new cities or cultural areas. The company states that for senior students, they offer trips that are sure to become a fond memory for many years to come.

The company can arrange musical tours for any number of student bodies, musicians or bands. They offer brand and choir tours, as well as Disney performing arts tours where students will take part in a Disney performance of their very own. Dancing tours and other musical tours are also available.

Rickert states that any musical company or school that would like more information on their local or international musical tours can contact the company directly or visit their website to learn more. They offer tours in major musical cities such as Nashville, Tennessee, Memphis and New York, as well as Dallas, Orlando, Philadelphia, Chicago, Branson and a number of cities and areas outside of the United States.

Rickert adds that there are requirements that need to be met for international musical tours and that this information can be found on the company’s official website. All of the past tours that have been offered by the company have been very well received from their clients. Rickert states that the company goes out of their way to ensure that every single person on every single tour has the most positive experience and a memory that will last a lifetime.

Teachers, students or others who would like more information about any of the tours that are currently being offered by Peak Performance Tours can visit them on their website to learn more. The website offers detailed itinerary information as well as details about all of the different tours that they offer, pricing information and any necessary requirements that must be met before the tour embarks. Those who are interested can also contact the company directly through their website or by phone or email to schedule a tour or to ask any questions that they may have. The company states that they look forward to helping future musicians to learn more about music and performance at any number of cities in the U.S and abroad.

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For more information about Peak Performance Tours, contact the company here:

Peak Performance Tours
Bruce Rickert
+1 215-598-8690
info@peakperformancetours.com
1720 Kendarbren Drive Jamison PA 18929 USA

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