Auditorio de San Francisco

Ávila, Spain

The Auditorio de San Francisco, originally built as a Monastery in 1315, has now been remodeled into the Municipal Auditorium, which hosts many musical events for Ávila. A beautiful stone building in the heart of the city commonly known as 'the city of stones', it truly reflects the cultural traditions of this beautiful area.

Santa Maria del Pi

Barcelona, Spain

Situated in the part of the city of Barcelona known as Barri Gotic, is located 14th century Gothic style church known as Santa Maria del Pi. The church is known for its large rose stained glass window, which is one of the largest in the world, it's Catalan Gothic Style which is essentially bare of any sculptures, and its robust buttresses that give it its characteristic appearance.

Teatre-Auditori Sant Cugat

Barcelona, Spain

Built in 1993, this theater aims to provide residents and visitors a cultural experience and hopes to become one of Barcelona's unique cultural centers. Its auditorium can seat nearly 800 audience members and averages 50,000 visitors a year. The acoustical properties are enhanced with its specially designed acoustic hood, making this an optimal performance venue for your tour.

Auditorio de San Lorenzo

El Escorial, Spain

This modern Auditorium built in the 2000's is considered to be one of the most beautiful auditoriums built in Spain. El Escorial is located half hour north of Madrid, between Madrid and Segovia and during the month of June/July celebrates its International Music Festival.

Palau de la Musica Valencia

Valencia, Spain

The Palau de la Música de València is a concert hall in València, Spain that is located situated on the Riu Túria (Turia River). It is home to the Orchestra of Valencia; the city’s municipal orchestra which was founded 1943. Designed by José María de Paredes, winner of the National Architecture Award, the Palau is regarded as one of the city’s most emblematic buildings and is often considered to be among the most important concert halls in Europe. This gorgeous venue has incredible acoustics, and would be an ideal location for any touring ensemble.

Palau de la Musica Catalan

Barcelona, Spain

This breathtaking concert hall was built in the early 1900s in the middle of Barcelona. Along with the stunning stained glass dome ceiling, the structure includes a number of statues and designs that stand as homages to specific musical works. The concert hall is the only hall in Europe to be lit during daylight hours solely by natural light. This UNESCO World Heritage Site seats approximately 2,200 people and has seen performances by various artists ranging from Strauss, Stravinsky, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington and more!

San Jerónimo el Real

Madrid, Spain

Located in central Madrid, San Jerónimo el Real, also known as Los Jerónimos, was built as a monastery in 1503 during the time of Queen Isabella I. For more than three centuries, the monastery was the site of the investiture of the Prince of Asturias, or the heir to the Spanish throne. The church was closed in 1836 during the War of Independence and subsequently used as the headquarters of the artillery. With such a vital history, it's no wonder why our groups seek to write their own chapters in the continuing tale of Los Jerónimos.

Basílica Pontificia San Miguel

Madrid, Spain

This Basilica represents the Vatican in Madrid as it is the Basilica Pontificia de San Miguel. Built in the late 1700's, it has amazing acoustics and is located behind the Plaza Mayor. The audience can hold over 400 people and the church has an historical organ located on the first floor at the church feet. It is consider among the best jewels of Spanish Baroque and is perfect for traveling choirs!

Catedral de Alcalá de Henares

Madrid, Spain

Alcalá de Henares, with a population over 120,00 people, has its own Cathedral and is home to one of the oldest universities in Spain. The Cathedral was built in the Renaissance period, in the times of Victoria and Cardinal Cisneros and its acoustics are unique. It has one of the best organs and it is located on top of the main altar with excellent visibility of the main altar. The Cathedral celebrates each year its annual International Organ Festival during September and October.

Auditorio Nacional de Madrid

Madrid, Spain

This symphonic hall was built in the early 80's and has over 2,300 seats and a reverb time of two second. The annual program starts in September and runs through May and is open to both visiting ensembles wishing to attend a performance or perform in the hall themselves!

Teatro Monumental de Madrid

Madrid, Spain

Teatro Monumental is home of the Radio Televisión Española Orchestra and the Banda Sinfonca Municipal de Madrid during autumn and Winter. Built in 1922 and located in Calle Atocha, it has been the main stage and home of many different ballet companies, theatre companies, shows and concerts. It has excellent acoustics and is suitable for bands, choirs or orchestras!

Catedral Vieja de Salamanca

Salamanca, Spain

This Romanesque church is home to an ancient, medieval spirit. Architecturally speaking, a defensive building, linked to the period of resettlement. The dome of the Old Cathedral is commonly known as the "Torre del Gallo" (Cockerel Tower) due to the weather vane in the shape of a cockerel on top.

Church of San Juan de los Caballeros

Segovia, Spain

The church of San Juan Caballeros is a Romanesque church from the XI century built on top of the medieval part of the city, in the Knights Quarter (Caballeros). It has been one of the most important venues in the city of Segovia for its music festival for many years. It's acoustics are incredible and has a capacity of 200 people!

Segovia Cathedral

Segovia, Spain

Built between 1525-1577 during the reign of Carlos V, Segovia Cathedral is a Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral located in the main square of Segovia. The church, which is located at the highest point in town, was designed by Juan Gil de Hontanon and dedicated to the Virgin Mary before being consecrated in 1768. The building's structure features three tall vaults, beautiful stained glass windows, and a bell tower that reaches almost 90 meters. The original spire, which suffered severe fire damage, was actually the tallest tower in Spain at one point. This venue not only provides gorgeous views, but provides your choirs with a unique opportunity to perform in a historic cathedral.

Cathedral of Seville

Sevilla, Spain

Built to demonstrate Seville's wealth in the years after the Reconquista, the Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral today and third-largest church in the world. According to legend, the cathedral's builders had decided to build a church "so beautiful and so great that those who see it built will think [they] were mad." It may have taken hundreds of years to complete, but with 80 chapels, beautiful domes, and a stunning interior, performing here is sure to leave your group with memories of a lifetime.

Santo Tomé Church

Toledo, Spain

Originally built in the 12th century, Santo Tomé got a complete makeover two centuries later when the Lord of Orgaz provided the necessary funding. When he died in 1312, he left a great deal of his wealth for adornment and enlargement of the church. Today, it is home to El Greco's most famous painting, The Burial of Count Orgaz, which is a very popular sight in Toledo. This painting was commissioned for the church (the burial site of Orgaz) in 1586 to pay tribute to his instrumental donations.

Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Loreto

Lisbon, Portugal

The Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Loreto, established in 1518, is a beautiful church in the heart of Lisbon that was originally built to serve the growing Italian community in Lisbon at the time. The church was badly damaged in the 1755 earthquake and was rebuilt in 1785, thankfully with much of the original Italian marble intact.

Auditorio Luisa Todi

Setubal, Portugal

This modern theater was inaugurated in 1960 and is a vibrant part of the music and arts scene in Setubal, hosting many performances every month of all types of music, dance and theater.

Evora Cathedral

Evora, Portugal

The Cathedral of Evora, built between 1186 and 1250, is a fascinating and impressive monument. Completely made of granite, its style is determined by the transition from the Romantic to the Gothic. It is the largest medieval cathedral in Portugal and can be seen for miles on approach to the city of Evora. The acoustics of this beautiful cathedral are excellent for choral music.

Omnium Sanctorum Church

Seville, Spain

The Omnium Sanctorum Church in Seville is a13th-century church with a unique stone doorway & Gothic windows, located in the Feria district of Seville. It’s elaborate interior and wonderful acoustics make it a fantastic venue for choral performances.

Iglesia De La Virgen De Las Angustias

Granada, Spain

Built in the 1600s & with an ornate interior, this church is home to the city's venerated saint. One of the finest examples of Baroque art and architecture in Granada, this church has a beautifully ornate interior which makes it a wonderful venue for choral performances.

San Manuel y San Benito Church

Madrid, Spain

The Church of San Manuel y San Benito is a Catholic church located in Madrid. The building, which was designed by Fernando Arbós y Tremanti, was built at the beginning of the twentieth century and was declared an official Cultural Monument in 1982. This church is a fantastic venue for choral concerts and Mass participations.