PHS Orchestra journeys to Europe for five-country tour

While in Mechelen, Belgium, groups of students had the opportunity to explore the city on bikes, or were given the chance to roam on foot. Ruoxi Ni ’17 leads her group through the city, which is situated in the north of the country. (photo: Annie Kim)

While in Mechelen, Belgium, groups of students had the opportunity
to explore the city on bikes, or were given the chance
to roam on foot. Ruoxi Ni ’17 leads her group through the city,
which is situated in the north of the country. (photo: Annie Kim)

On February 12, the orchestra attended a performance of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam. (photo: Annie Kim)

On February 12, the orchestra attended a performance of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam. (photo: Annie Kim)

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The orchestra landed in Lago Maggiore, in Milan, Italy, on February 5, for a ten-day tour of performing and visiting five different countries: Belgium, France, Italy,  The Netherlands, and Switzerland. (photo: Annie Kim)

The group traveled to Paris, France, to perform at L'église de la Madeleine, a famous Neo-Classical Roman Catholic Church. (photo: Annie Kim)

The group traveled to Paris, France, to perform at L’église de la Madeleine, a famous Neo-Classical Roman Catholic Church. (photo: Annie Kim)

Musicians visited Mechelen to shop for chocolate, sightsee, and enjoy famous Belgian waffles before journeying to Delft, the Netherlands. (photo: Annie Kim)

Musicians visited Mechelen to shop for chocolate, sightsee, and enjoy famous Belgian waffles before journeying to Delft, the Netherlands. (photo: Annie Kim)

 

 

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