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For music directors seeking to invigorate their ensemble with fresh influences and opportunities, a tour to Mexico is an exhilarating prospect. This venture not only promises vibrant cultural exchanges steeped in Mexico’s rich musical traditions, but also opens the stage to passionate and diverse audiences eager for new sounds. Imagine the creative surge your musicians will experience, drawing inspiration from the scenic landscapes and dynamic atmospheres of Mexico’s celebrated venues!

Featured Sample Itineraries

Immerse yourself in Mexico’s rich musical heritage, where classical history unfolds in every note. Explore the birthplaces of iconic composers like Carlos Chávez and Silvestre Revueltas, cruise along inspiring rivers, and marvel at cultural gems like the Palacio de Bellas Artes. Let the melodies of Lila Downs, Julieta Venegas, Vicente Fernández, and Café Tacvba resonate. Discover medieval wonders, cathedrals, and gardens against scenic mountain retreats. Let us guide you through a symphony of experiences, celebrating Mexico’s vibrant musical history.

Harmony of the Aztec Sun

9 days / 3 Mexico City / 2 Puebla / 3 Oaxaca

Bienvenidos a Mexico 

11 Days / 2 Mexico City / 2 Queretaro / 2 San Miguel de Allende / 2 Guanajuato / 2 Guadalajara

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Browse Cities

Explore the lively streets of Mexico City, the colonial charm of Guanajuato, and the historical richness of Guadalajara. From vibrant markets to coastal allure, Mexico’s cities offer a diverse tapestry of experiences with captivating contrasts and breathtaking vistas.

Mexico City

Mexico City, a fascinating blend of past and present, immerses you in an unparalleled experience. From the Historic Center, recognized by UNESCO, with the imposing Metropolitan Cathedral and the Aztec Templo Mayor, to the vibrant mix of modern architecture, the city invites you to explore its many facets.

Experience the cultural richness, enjoy the artistic scene, and let yourself be captivated by the warmth of its people. The Mexican capital awaits you with contrasts that create a unique experience. Welcome to this metropolis full of energy and diversity!


Oaxaca, a land of authenticity and diversity, invites you to explore its rich blend of culture, history, and tradition. Renowned for its historic center, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Oaxaca dazzles with its colorful streets, vibrant markets, and colonial architecture. A destination that celebrates Mexican authenticity through its art, gastronomy, and rooted traditions.


Puebla is a fascinating journey through history and architecture. Renowned for its impressive historic center, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Puebla unveils cobblestone streets, colorful facades, and majestic baroque churches. Discover the magic of forts and cultural heritage in every corner, from its museums to local craftsmanship. Puebla is a destination that captivates with its colonial essence and vibrant cultural life.


Yucatán, a cultural and natural paradise, with its capital, Mérida, as a colonial gem, dazzles with French-style architecture, colorful houses, and a serene atmosphere—a destination that blends past and present in a unique tourist experience.

Featured Venues

From the historic La Parroquia to the modern Blas Galindo Auditorium, Mexico offers a diverse array of musical venues. Explore cultural richness at Centro Cultural San Pablo and artistic displays at San Pablo Museo de Arte. This vibrant country blends big city energy with quaint village serenity, providing a symphony of contrasts. Immerse yourself in the harmonious fusion of history and melody at these captivating Mexican venues.

La Parroquia

San Miguel de Allende

La Parroquia is a pink Gothic church and one of the most famous sights in San Miguel de Allende. Its architecture was originally colonial; however, architect Zeferino Gutiérrez chose a gothic style when the church underwent heavy restoration. The church was originally built in 1683 and sits along the city’s main square, El Jardin. The crypt underneath the main altar contains the remains of two war heroes from the Mexican War of Independence against Spain. This significant landmark in the heart of San Miguel de Allende is a great location for our Mexico-bound groups to perform!

Blas Galindo Auditorium

Mexico City

The Blas Galindo Auditorium at Cenart, Mexico City, honors the legacy of composer Blas Galindo. With a 693-seat capacity and exceptional acoustic features, it hosts a diverse range of music, from symphonies to intimate chamber ensembles. This venue blends Galindo’s heritage with contemporary vitality, serving as a portal to a world of emotions and unforgettable artistic experiences.

Centro Cultural San Pablo


San Pablo was the first convent in the city of Oaxaca, dating back to the year 1529. Currently, it is owned by the foundation Alfredo Harp Helú, a non-profit civil organization that promotes projects for the benefit of the community, with a focus on the arts. This is an interesting place that combines the traditional architecture of a convent with modern restoration and provides a place with acoustic resonance for music events.

San Pablo Museo de Arte


This museum, built in 1542, is notable for its elegant double-arched quarry patio, the second largest in the city of Puebla. It has been the venue for important international and national exhibitions, accommodating all artistic expressions, from archaeological to contemporary. The museum features five rooms and an esplanade for concerts, with a capacity of 700 people.