From the jungles of Iguazu National Park to the glaciers of Patagonia, from the Pope to the Tango, Argentina is a country rich in diversity. The food, the music and the culture are full of flavor, and opportunities to experience something new are around every corner. Try Dulce de Leche, enjoy a concert at Teatro Colón, and of course, dance the tango! A trip to Argentina is truly a life-changing opportunity for any young musician.
Dance the Tango, visit a local Estancia or hang out on the beach. Our sample itineraries feature the best activities highlighting Argentina's unique culture.
On this custom 9-day tour, you'll get a taste of life in a beautiful Uruguayan port city before continuing on to Buenos Aires.Full Itinerary
On this 8-day tour, you'll get an in-depth look at just what makes Buenos Aires such a fantastic city. Learn about the beloved Eva Perón and be prepared to dance the tango with a few locals!Full Itinerary
Highlighting Argentina's most renowned concert halls, this itinerary takes you to Buenos Aires, the coastal city of Mar del Plata and Rosario to see the famous Teatro el Círculo.Full Itinerary
Argentina offers a wide variety of unique cities to visit, from the exciting Buenos Aires to the picturesque oceanside Mar del Plata, and beyond! Pair it with Uruguay for an extra adventure.
Fall in love with Argentina's capital city, often referred to as the "Paris of South America"
Mar del Plata, meaning "sea of the Plate region", is the 7th largest Argentinian city and is a significant fishing port and beach resort area.
Familiarize yourself with the stunning neoclassical architecture that makes up a large portion of this historic city.
Ranked as the "top Latin American city" by Mercer from 2006 onwards, Montevideo will charm you with its vibrant culture and beautiful scenery.
The Teatro El Círculo, Facultad de Derecho, and Catedral Metropolitana are only three of many impressive venues Argentina has to offer for your performance needs!
This theater is known for its interior and exterior beauty, particularly the unique stage curtain featuring images from Greek mythology. Said to have an acoustic quality similar to New York's Metropolitan Opera, this performance venue is a must when visiting Argentina.
The University of Buenos Aires is the largest university in Argentina consisting of a variety of departments, hospitals, high schools and even museums. Though there is no central campus, many performance opportunities exist in the various buildings dispersed throughout the city such as the Facultad de Derecho.
Teatro Colón is the main opera house in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is among the top 5 venues in the world with the best acoustics - even Pavarotti thought so! The theater opened in May of 1908 with Verdi's Aida and has up to 2,500 seats and standing room for 1,000 people.
Located in the center of Buenos Aires, Cathedral Metropolitana is Buenos Aires pivotal Catholic Church. The church is the principal church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Buenos Aires. Built in the 16th century, the frequent construction from that time has given the structure a mix of various architectural styles ranging from the 19th century styles of Renaissance Revival, Baroque Revival, and Neoclassical.
This Roman Catholic Church is located in Constitution Square of Montevideo, Uruguay's capital city. Dedicated to the Immaculate Conception and the patron saints Philip and James, this church is the perfect place to perform your Mass services in Uruguay.