Tying the Trip to the Classroom

Tying the Trip to the Classroom

Student travel begins long before your class steps onto the plane. While we believe travel has plenty of merit on its own, if you want to get the most out of your big trip, it’s best to tie the experience back to the classroom. Between potential activities,...

Teacher Feature: Rod Miller

Teacher Feature: Rod Miller

Educator, band director, Santa Claus, John Philip Sousa — Rod Miller does it all. The director of bands for Ohio’s Port Clinton City School District has been in the business for 34 years, with his illustrious tenure coming to an end May of 2022, when he plans to...

Post-Covid Travel Protocol

Post-Covid Travel Protocol

Covid-19 has impacted our lives in many ways, from work and school to events, interactions with family and friends, and so many other things. I will be honest and admit, as an educator and world traveler, the one thing I have missed the most during the pandemic is...

Teacher Feature: Richard Prouty

Teacher Feature: Richard Prouty

How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice, then work with a great tour operator. That’s just what Richard Prouty—choral director for Whitewater High School—is doing, and he can’t wait to arrive at the famed concert hall in March. Prouty and his...

Make Travel Easy with Instrument Rentals

Make Travel Easy with Instrument Rentals

The hardest part of traveling with a band group is transporting dozens of expensive, heavy instruments across the world. Luckily, there’s a solution: Rent! Certain band shops around the country offer the ability to rent band and orchestra instruments on arrival at...

Teacher Feature: Patrick Dailey

Teacher Feature: Patrick Dailey

Patrick Dailey is an Alabama educator and band director who’s brought Super Holiday Tours with him wherever he goes. Their relationship began when Casey Cole reached out to Dailey, a fresh band director at Ardmore High School. They worked together for a number of...

The Triumphant Return of Broadway

The Triumphant Return of Broadway

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the stage lights on Broadway and beyond were collectively dimmed, creating an unsettling and unfamiliar stillness we'd never before experienced. Now, the long, arduous intermission is over and the lights are shining as performers return...