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Travel with WFMT

Travel with WFMT

For years, WFMT has sponsored travel tours led by our on-air hosts to some of the world's best destinations for classical music. Joining together classical music enthusiasts and incomparable WFMT announcers like Lisa Flynn and Carl Grapentine, these tours are filled with lectures, discussions, and many, many concerts! Interested in a particular location or music festival? Contact WFMT Ad Sales and let us know.

Upcoming Trips


Discover the Best of Scandinavia this August!

WFMT Program Host: Peter van de Graaff
August 13-25, 2015

Experience the Nordic world of fjords, castles, glaciers, and the legacy of the Vikings on this WFMT Earthbound Expeditions comprehensive Scandinavia adventure.

Join WFMT Program Host Peter van de Graaff on this exclusive 13 day classical journey through Scandinavia traveling by train, ferry, and coach through Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.

You’ll ride the world’s most scenic railway lines while in Norway, tour Danish castles and palaces… and explore Tivoli Gardens. To top it off, you’ll be treated to Verdi’s La Traviata, Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro, the Oslo Chamber Music Fest and backstage tours.

A musical highlight will be a private concert at the home of Norway's foremost composer, Edvard Greig. Throughout the journey you’ll experience Earthbound Expeditions one-of-a-kind local experiences.

Space is limited. For tour details and registration and to learn more about all the experiences that await you, click here, and visit Earthbound Expeditions.

This exclusive trip is designed for WFMT listeners by Earthbound Expeditions Inc., an award-winning Travel Company.

Beethoven Quartet Tour

Beethoven Quartet Tour — Budapest, Vienna, & Prague

WFMT Program Host: Bill McGlaughlin of WFMT's Exploring Music
October 25-November 5, 2015

Join Bill McGlaughlin, October 25 through November 5, for a once in a lifetime journey to the great European music capitals of Budapest, Vienna and Prague to hear the complete cycle of string quartets by Ludwig van Beethoven.

The music will be performed by the acclaimed American ensemble, The Cypress String Quartet, in historic venues associated with Beethoven in all three cities, including the Eroica Hall in Vienna, Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest, and Lobkowicz Palace in Prague.

It will be a golden opportunity to explore incomparable music over ten days. The sixteen quartets of Beethoven are the pinnacle of all classical music and Bill McGlaughlin will be along to offer commentary on all of the music you will hear. You will also have the opportunity to hear other great music and opera in all three cities. You will enjoy deluxe five-star accommodations, great food and wine, and tours of major sites with expert guides.

Space on the Beethoven Tour is strictly limited. Get the flyer and registration form.