A new way of traveling with Incantato Tours: River Cruising in Europe

Incantato is pleased to announce that we are honored to welcome the Youth Performance Arts School (YPAS) from Louisville, KY back as a traveling group in 2011. After touring Spain with us in 2009, Dr. Timothy Glasscock and his students are looking forward to traveling to Central Europe next and what better way to see the beauty of the magical Danube Delta than from the actual river and aboard a cruise ship. For large groups like YPAS this luxurious way and most comfortable of touring can actually be quite affordable and is comparable to a traditional bus tour.
Here is a brief introduction about that journey that can also be found on the YPAS Tour blog.

Dearest Singers, Musicians, Parents, Family and Friends of the YPAS Choirs & Orchestra.

We are so excited to share the news about the upcoming YPAS Performance Cruise with you all and hope that we get anough aboard to fully charter the wonderful 4 star superior MS AMALYRA from AmaWaterways to take you all from Budapest via Slovakia and Austria to Germany and Prague from April 2 to 11.

You will be for eight nights on the ship with full board (meaning all meals and most beverages are covered and I can tell you the food is amazing) and one night + dinner/breakfast in a nice hotel in Prague. There will be amazing concert opportunities for the singers and hopefully many of the orchestra players can join the touring ensemble as well to present a major work like the Mozart Requiem in original venues this music was composed for such as the Baroque Abbey Church of Goettweig.

Auf Wiedersehen from all of us at Incantato

P.S. Click here for pictures and a video of the AMAWaterways Cruise experience and just imagine that all the guests you see are people that you know from YPAS or their family and friends.

If you are interested in taking your group on an Incantato River Cruise with AMAWaterways, then email us to info@incantatotours.com or call 646-696-1195.

Here is a photo album from a personal cruise experience in November 2009: