Let us guide you in the footsteps of Martin Luther and J.S. Bach, two people whose legacies reach far beyond Germany to this day. Traverse the magnificent Thuringian Forest to visit Eisenach, where Bach was born, and where Luther went to school and later hid from the Holy Roman Emperor. Visit Worms and Speyer, two of Germany's oldest towns where some of the most momentous events of the Reformation took place. Travel to Leipzig, where J.S. Bach was director of the famous St. Thomas Boys Choir. Stroll through the city's famous passages and visit one of its inviting coffeehouses, once frequented by the likes of Richard Wagner, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and Felix Mendelssohn. From Leipzig, it is only a stone’s throw to Wittenberg; where Luther posted the 95 Theses that started the Reformation; Halle, the hometown of George Frideric Handel and site of several sermons by Luther; and Eisleben, where Luther was born and died. End your tour in Berlin, Germany’s vibrant capital.
In each city, choirs may perform in some of Germany’s most beautiful and historic churches: St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, the Castle Church in Wittenberg, the Market Church in Halle, and St. George's Church in Eisenach, where J.S. Bach was baptized.
Enjoy a concert tour of Germany and let yourself by immersed in all that Germany has to offer as you share your music with local people.