VUS on the road …

Several interesting “The Best of” from our travels:

the longest tour: Italy – France in 1981 (25 days)
the easternmost visited place: Shanghai – China (2011)
the westernmost visited place: Powell River – Canada (1998)
the southernmost visited place: Mexico City – Mexico (2002)
the northernmost visited place: Reykholt – Iceland (1999)
the highest visited place: Grossglockner pass – Austria (1981)
the lowest visited place: En Gedi (Dead Sea) – Israel (1992, 1995)

Overview of our tours abroad:
   
2016 Germany – Karlsruhe
Slovakia – Bratislava (Lord of the rings I – live performance)
2015 Germany – Nürberg (Lord of the rings III – live performance)
Germany – Stuttgart (Lord of the rings III – live performance)
Germany – Stuttgart
2014 Germany – Karlsruhe
Germany - Stuttgart, Nürberg (Lord of the rings II – live performance)
2011 China – Shanghai (festival), Suzhou, Beijing
  Germany – Leipzig
2010 Germany – Karlsruhe
2007 Germany – Karlsruhe
2006 France – Aix en Provence (festival)
2005 Germany – Bamberg
  Italy – Gorizia, Aquileia (competition)
2004 Germany – Karlsruhe
  Italy – Rimini, Bologna (festival)
2003 Germany – Gelsenkirchen
  Latvia – Riga (”Prague Days in Riga”)
2002 Germany – Karlsruhe
  Mexico – San Luis Potosí, Nuevo Laredo, Ciudad Victoria, Monterrey,
  Tampico (festival), Ciudad Mante, Zacatecas, Guadalajara,
  Aguascalientes, Mexico City (festival)
  Germany – Würzburg
2001 Portugal – Porto (festival)
2000 Germany – Bensheim
  Spain – Valencia (festival)
  Slovakia – Košice
  Austria – Ortenburg (festival)
  Italy – Bologna, Forli (festival)
1999 Germany – Karlsruhe
  Iceland – Reykjavík, Reykholt
  Germany – München
1998 Germany – Karlsruhe
  Germany – Bensheim
  Canada, USA – Powell River (festival Kathaumixw), San Francisco,
  Palo Alto, Hayward
1997 Germany – Würzburg
  Germany – Karlsruhe
  Austria – Linz (XIII. Europa cantat)
  Austria – Wartberg
1996 Austria – Spittal an der Drau (competition)
1995 Great Britain – Aberdeen (festival), Kemnay, Macduff, Peterculter,
  Turriff, Penarth, Cardiff
  Germany – Heidelberg, Karlsruhe
  Israel – Misgav, Jordan Valley, Raanana, Jerusalem, Kfar Saba
1994 Netherlands – Utrecht
  Netherlands Venlo, Maastricht, Roermond
1993 Germany – Erfurt
  Germany – Karlsruhe, Vallendar
  France – La Chaise-Dieu
1992 Israel – Tel Aviv, Jordan Valley, Kfar Menachem, Revivim,
  Pardes Hanna
1991 Spain, Germany – Vitoria, Vallendar (XI. Europa cantat)
1990 Poland – Wroclaw
  German Democratic Republic – Berlin
  USA – New York, Washington, Norfolk, Philadelphia, West Chester
1989 Federal Republic of Germany – Stuttgart (Eurotreff 1989)
  Italy, France, Federal Republic of Germany – Trento, Perugia, Terni,
  Todi, Paris, Vallendar
1988 Federal Republic of Germany – Ulm (Eurotreff 1988)
  Hungary – Pécs (X. Europa cantat)
  USSR – Riga
1987 USSR – Kemerovo
1986 German Democratic Republic – Berlin, Chorin
  Federal Republic of Germany – Heidelberg
1985 Switzerland – Zürich, St. Gallen, Einsiedeln
  France – Mulhouse, Paris, Strasbourg (IX. Europa cantat)
  German Democratic Republic, Poland – Berlin, Frankfurt/Oder,
  Międzyzdroje (festival)
1984 German Democratic Republic, Sweden, Norway, Denmark
  Greifswald, Göteborg, Carstadt, Hamar, Uppsala, Odense, Stockholm, Malmö
1983 Netherlands – Rotterdam, Den Haag, Hilversum (competition)
  German Democratic Republic – Berlin
1982 Belgium – Namur (VIII. Europa cantat)
  USSR – Jerevan (international festival Political song 1982)
1981 Italy, France – Padova, Torino, Arona, Piacenza, Lyon, Autun, Nevers,
  Veselay (concert tour, Singwoche)
1978 Spain – Barcelona (XIV. international choir festival)
  USSR – Tallin
1977 USSR – Jerevan
1973 France – Autun (V. Europa cantat)
1972 Hungary – Veszprém
1970 Austria – Graz (IV. Europa cantat)
1969 Belgium – Floreffe (Singwoche)
  Switzerland – Einsiedeln
1968 Hungary – Veszprém (Singwoche)
  Switzerland, France – Chamonix
1967 Belgium – Namur (III. Europa cantat)
1966 Federal Republic of Germany, Netherlands – Wesel, Nijmegen (Musical
  Youth Festival)
1965 Federal Republic of Germany – Coburg, Passau
1964 France – Nevers (II. Europa cantat)
1960 Italy – Torino (International Festival of Academic Choirs)
1959 Poland – Lublin
1956 Hungary – Budapest
1954 German Democratic Republic – Berlin (II. German youth meeting)
1951 German Democratic Republic – Berlin (III. World Festival of Youth
  and Students)
1949 Romania – Bucuresti
  Hungary – Budapest (II. World Festival of Youth and Students)