Q. What are the Music Festival at Sea cruises?

Our popular Music Festivals at Sea programme presents concerts ashore and guest choruses led by some of today’s leading choral directors, with performances of many Gilbert & Sullivan productions and well known oratorios. As well as famous hosts from the world of broadcasting, we’re also joined by international opera singers and instrumentalists, famous tenors, sopranos and violinists, string quartets and ensembles who combine their magnificent talent to deliver you an extraordinary world of music.

Music Festival At Sea cruises are listed below and are subject to change :

2017 Cruises

Oriana X710 - 5 June 2017 - Mediterranean - 19 nights

Performing on board will be:

Nick Bailey - host


Susanna Tudor Thomas - Mezzo
Boris Bizjak - Flute
Lana Trotovsek - Violin
Leo Nicholson - Piano
Jeremy Huw Williams - Baritone
Sarah Helsby Hughes - Soprano
Guy Johnston - Cello
Anthony Kraus - Piano
Ashley Catling - Tenor

 

Oriana X723 - 13 November 2017 - Mediterranean - 18 nights

Adonia D806 - 30 March 2018 Atlantic coasts - 16 nights

 

 

Should you wish to book on any of these cruises please use the links above, call our Customer Contact Centre on 0843 374 0111 (calls cost 3p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge) or speak with your preferred ABTA bonded travel agent.

*Please note that all artists are subject to change.

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