Leading artists of tomorrow touring the world today

For more than 10 years, Curtis on Tour ensembles have featured extraordinary student musicians sharing the stage with celebrated alumni and faculty artists. Grounded in the Curtis's "learn by doing" philosophy and steeped in the school's distinguished history of artistic excellence, this innovative global touring initiative is an integral component of a Curtis education.

Offerings include:

  • Worldwide tours
  • Chamber ensembles
  • Large ensembles, including the Curtis Chamber Orchestra and the Curtis Symphony Orchestra
  • Students and alumni performing as soloists with professional orchestras and on recital and chamber music series. (See upcoming Professional Engagements)
  • Musicians from all Programs of Study offered at Curtis
  • Standard programming as well as unique mixed ensembles and infrequently toured repertoire
  • Performances of new works, often commissioned expressly for Curtis on Tour

Contact us to learn more

For presenters interested in learning more about Curtis on Tour offerings, please contact us:

Andrew Lane
Managing Director, Curtis on Tour
(215) 717-3124
andrew.lane@curtis.edu

Catelyn Cohen
Manager of Touring
(215) 717-3143
catelyn.cohen@curtis.edu


What the Press Are Saying

 

Curtis Symphony Orchestra in Europe: Summer 2017

Berlin, Germany | Kulturradio: May 24, 2017

“The fact that [the Curtis Symphony Orchestra] has proved itself in many styles under the incredibly inspired direction of Osmo Vänskä can be instantly experienced in Ravel's Suite ‘Daphnis und Chloë’: fragrant atmosphere, dazzling colors, impressive portrayal from sunrise to the ecstatic dance.”

 

String Sextet in Latin America: Fall 2017

Santiago, Chile | El Mercurio: October 21, 2017

“The scherzo, which seems to pay homage to Beethoven’s humor, and the final rondo were exquisite at the hands of this group of teacher and disciples.”

 

Leonard Bernstein Centenary Celebration Tour: Spring 2018

Palm Beach, Fla | Palm Beach Daily News: March 19, 2018

“The quartet did a great job of moving together. In a piece that is easily too sentimental, this group played with the right amount of sincerity.”

 

Piano Quartet in Asia: March 2018

Hong Kong | Chamber Muse: March 30, 2018

“Joined by alumnae pianist Natalie Zhu, the Curtis kicked off the Fauré quartet with turbulent emotion, full of swirling musical ideas.”