Our trips offer travelers a unique opportunity to explore dance in beautiful and distinctive destinations. Led by a Joyce director, these intimate trips are geared towards enhancing your understanding of unique cultures and the artists who populate them. You will enjoy exclusive perks like private meetings with artistic directors, choreographers, and dancers. It’s a stress-free travel experience, with The Joyce handling all the details. Why would you travel any other way?
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This people-to-people educational exchange welcomes travelers to explore Havana through private tours, lectures, galleries, and dance presentations at a pivotal time in US/Cuban history. Travelers will have opportunities for meaningful interaction with the Cuban people through discussions about dance, art, and the way of life in Havana. Enjoy the city with a stay in Havana’s newest luxury five star hotel. Don’t delay in reserving your place for this unique and unforgettable adventure!
Take in the sites of the Emerald Isle while enjoying the illustrious Dublin Dance Festival. Enjoy four days and five nights of dance, including Akram Khan’s reimagined Giselle , performed by the English National Ballet. Other highlights of this Dublin getaway include a private walking tour through the remnants of Medieval Dublin, a whisky tasting at the original Jameson Distillery, and meals at Dublin’s Michelin starred restaurants.
Join The Joyce on a Russian adventure through the cities of St. Petersburg and Moscow. Our exploration includes private behind-the-scenes tours of renowned sites, meetings with artists, and enjoying opulent meals at some of the area’s most sophisticated restaurants. Among the highlights of the trip are two performances at The Benois de la Danse, one of the most prestigious ballet competitions in the world.
Traveling to Russia with the Joyce was (forgive the cliche), a dream come true and more. Seeing ballet on both the magnificent and storied Mariinsky and Bolshoi theaters would have been enough, but there was so much more history and culture — and cuisine. All was expertly guided by the fantastic team at The Joyce, complete with a Russian translator. The Grand Hotel Europa in St. Petersburg had become one of my top favorite hotels in the world. For my husband and me, the experience was an enriching intellectual experience as well as a whole lot of fun!
The Joyce Theater trip to Indochina was the perfect combination of urban chaos, rural beauty, wonderful waterways, heartbreaking history, peaceful people and spiritual awakening. Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia’s rich stories were conveyed superbly by Joyce Trustee Richard Ablon and an excellent collection of local guides. It was our third superlative Joyce trip. Heartfelt Thanks.
It was a trip that will stay with me for a lifetime. Traveling with The Joyce was especially wonderful as we were exposed to Cubans and Cuban dance in a way which otherwise would not have been possible.