‘Gustavus Choir in Europe’ Category

From Paris to St. Peter, the Journey Reached its End

After concluding a fantastic 16 days with a stint in the lovely city of Paris, the tour has returned home safe and sound. Wednesday, the day began with a panoramic tour of the beautiful city of Paris, ending at the entrance to the Musée d’Orsay. Tom, one of our group guides, explained that while the Thames […]

G Choir Struts in in Stratford, Oxford, and Paris

Good evening from Paris! Despite Logan Boese ’16 claiming “huh, looks like South Dakota” upon spying the French countryside for the first time, we are thrilled to have reached such a treasured city. The last three days allowed us the chance to explore two tremendous pillars of England’s influence on learning the world over: the birth […]

All Was Well In Wales

Hello from the Welsh town of Mold! The last few days have been a diverse scamper between England and Wales. Wednesday evening, the choir performed in Bath’s St. Michael’s, another beautiful 1800’s Anglican church. Further away from the opulence of St. Paul’s Cathedral or the elegance of Mayfair, St. Michael’s was a clear example of a […]

We Evensang at Evensong

The past three days have been filled with two incredible performances, one trip to Stonehenge, and countless London adventures. Monday began with an intimate tour of Westminster Abbey, site of nearly 1,000 years of royal weddings and coronations. Westminster marks the final resting place of several hundred of the most influential and important figures in […]

London Calling (and G Choir Answering), Jan 17-18

Greetings from London! The Gustavus contingency arrived entirely safe, mostly sound, and unanimously exhausted yesterday morning (Jan 17). We met our lovely tour guides, Tom and Anita, at Heathrow and hit a few recognizable sites. These included the Albert Memorial, the Royal Albert Hall, Herrod’s Department Store, St. James’ Palace (residence of Henry VIII), Buckingham Palace, and […]