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Tips for Traveling with a Musical Instrument

Your students have likely spent hours and hours perfecting their competition orchestral pieces. When the time comes to take your performance on the road, don’t let silly mistakes stand in the way. Though traveling with musical instruments can be stressful, it doesn’t have to be.

Meet the Team: David Shriver

A former middle school educator, David Shriver is a Logistics Coordinator for Educational Tours, Inc. and has 20 years of experience in the group travel industry.

David has travelled extensively throughout Europe, as well as India, Peru, Costa Rica, Mexico and 40 of 50 states in the US. He’s married and has two young children, whom he coaches in basketball and soccer. David joined ETI in late 2021 and is passionate about building life-changing itineraries for student groups. Get to know a bit more about David!

Technology Tips You Should Know

Picture this: You’ve finally reached your trip destination and you’re beyond excited for your group to see the event you’ve spent a year planning. Then, you look up only to see most of the students staring at their smart phones. You can’t help but feel disappointment.

This situation is all too common on educational trips. It can be hard to compete with TikTok, Snapchat, Instagram and texting. We’d like to help you encourage your students to put the device away and absorb the experience around them. But first, we should acknowledge that smart phones do offer some respectable benefits.