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St Magnus Music Festival

19 Jun — 26 Jun 2020 | Tour Director: Paul Jackson

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Tour Director

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Paul Jackson,

BA, MA, PGCE

is a conductor, pianist and musicologist and former Director of Music at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.

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Itinerary

Day

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The 2020 festival programme is due to be released in March, at which point we will release a full day-by-day itinerary. Please note the tour will include a full programme of visits interspersed with a series of around 10 performances, subject to scheduling.

Tour Dates

19 Jun — 26 Jun 2020

Days

8

Cost

£2395

Tour Code

ORKF-20

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Testimonial


“I am thrilled to be leading next year’s tour to the St Magnus Festival in Orkney, which takes place in the summer months of June when the night sun barely sets in this magical landscape. The festival brings together an exciting array of orchestras, choirs, and musicians from around the world in an environment that both celebrates the long tradition of the islands whilst looking to the future. You can expect a unique meeting of music, culture and landscape in this very special tour.”

ACE Tour Director Paul Jackson


FESTIVAL PROGRAMME

The 2020 festival programme is due to be released in March, at which point we will release a full day-by-day itinerary. Please note the tour will include a full programme of visits interspersed with a series of around 10 performances, subject to scheduling. 

ORKNEY TRAVEL

Please note that travel to and from Orkney is not included in the cost of this tour. We will provide customers with advice on booking their travel in due course.

FITNESS/PRACTICALITIES

While this tour is not anticipated to be especially strenuous, please note that some of our visits during the day will require walking on rough, uneven and occasionally boggy ground, and access to some archaeological sites can be challenging. 

Cost of £2395 includes: accommodation based on sharing a standard twin or double bedded room, ten festival performances (subject to final programme details), breakfast, dinner with water & coffee, excursions & admissions (including a full range of local visits), gratuities.

Not included: return airfare, travel insurance, standard single room supplement £145, standard double room for single use supplement £295.

 
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