Cathedral Metropolitana

Buenos Aires, Argentina

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.

Facultad de Derecho

Buenos Aires, 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 El CÍrculo

Rosario, Argentina

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.

Teatro Colón

Mar del Plata, Argentina

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.

Metropolitan Cathedral

Montevideo, Uruguay

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.