Claude Debussy - Images for Orchestra
Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Waid) Air on the G String
MOZART String Quartet No.5 in F, K.158
Richard Strauss Don Juan
Krszystof Penderecki Duo Concertante

Travel in the Footsteps of the Great German Composers!


With Classical KING FM Host Brad Eaton
Berlin * Leipzig * Dresden * Prague
December 3-13, 2014

Designed exclusively for Classical KING FM listeners, this musical journey promises to be an amazing adventure. The opportunities for knowledge, music, food, and sheer fun will thrill you. Accompanied by local historians, you’ll stroll through some of Germany’s most beautiful cities and walk in the footsteps of Handel, Wagner, Telemann, Mendelssohn, Mahler, Grieg, Schumann and Bach during the festive holiday season.

Your classical music adventure starts in Germany’s capital city. There is simply nothing like Berlin! Recent visitors have realized that they’ve only scratched the surface and must come back, and it’s only in the last five years that many of Berlin’s prime attractions have reopened or been built from scratch. This most significant and fascinating old-new metropolis is now the Cultural Capital of Europe!  Avant-garde architecture and grand symphony halls of Berlin give way to days of music heritage and living history in Leipzig and Dresden. And, for those wishing to continue their musical journey, there is a post-tour extension to glorious Prague.

View trip itinerary here.

For Questions:
Please contact Earthbound Expeditions at (800) 723-8454.
Or, you may contact Julia Maywald, Major Gifts Director, Classical KING FM at (206) 691-2961 or



Browse our gallery of pictures from previous Classical KING FM trips.

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Location : BerlinDresdenLeipzigPrague
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