Applications are now being accepted for the performance opportunity of a lifetime! Performance groups will audition for the opportunity record a benefit album with music industry greats. Educational Travel Adventures presents 'Hope for the Holidays,' a performance trip and album that will benefit our brave service men and women that have made it home for the holidays.
YOU'RE INVITED TO APPLY!
WHO: School bands, choirs, orchestras
WHAT: Perform at Opry Plaza and record a professional album, "Hope for the Holidays," with the stars
WHERE: Nashville, TN
WHEN: March 9-12, 2019
WHY: If your performance group travels, why not do something only a lucky few get to do, and all for a good cause?
You are officially invited to make your students' dreams come true! Apply to participate in the first annual Hope for the Holidays performance trip. Students will tour Music City, perform in Opry Plaza, and share the studio with music industry greats to record an album for those who fought for our freedom. 100% of the album sales will benefit Wounded Warrior Project.
PERFORMANCE TRIP DETAILS
Download the application form below and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be in contact with you regarding your application. Space is limited!
HOW TO APPLY
Country Music Hall of Fame, Johnny Cash Museum, and More!
Tours at the Ryman Auditorium, RCA Studio B, Grand Ole Opry Performance at Opry Plaza
Arrive in Nashville
Explore the original Madame Tussaudes Wax Museum
Vocal or instrumental masterclass and recording Rehearsals
Album Recording at RCA Studio B
“The trip widened his view of the world and his confidence in himself. The range of activities was great, and he came home a couple inches taller than he left (maybe literally!).”
"Everything is so well planned out, well-paced, and working/traveling with ETA is something to which we look forward every year. They are always so flexible, accommodating and easy to work with. We love them!!"
Christina Stan, Music Director
"ETA performance programs are the best programs out there. They are thoughtfully planned with enough time for education, down time, and fun. We enjoy working with their staff because they are flexible to our needs and last minute requests!"
Jan, High School Teacher
Elaine, High School Teacher
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
100% of the album sales will benefit Wounded Warrior Project.
Did you know that more than 52,000 warriors have returned home physically wounded from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts? If you think that's a big number, consider the 400,000 that have returned with wounds we cannot see. WWP's vision is to foster the most successful and well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history. WWP Programs include peer engagement, mental health, physical health and wellness, and economic empowerment. From resume writing, adaptive cycling, financial education, peer groups and events, and assistance with VA benefits, WWP caters to the wounds and needs of this generation of warriors.
WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT
READY TO APPLY?