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The Melting Pot, the Land of the Free, the Home of the Brave… America! With nicknames like these, it’s hard not to love the United States. As founder of jazz, country music and rhythm and blues, America has an important musical heritage to be discovered. From New York to San Francisco, travel and performance opportunities are everywhere if you know where to look!

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With 50 states, it is hard to narrow down just a few cities to highlight from the USA. But, here are our 6 top recommended travel destinations for your performing ensemble.

New York

The Big Apple is one of the liveliest and most cultured cities in the world. Here you can visit famous landmarks and neighborhoods including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller Center, Greenwich Village, Central Park and more. Don’t miss out on a photo opportunity in Times Square before attending a Broadway show!


Check out one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston. With several key historical events during the American Revolution, such as the Boston Massacre, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Boston Tea Party, history finds you on every corner. Take a walk on the famous Freedom Trail and explore the city on a Duck Tour. When you’ve soaked up enough of the city, remember, Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont and Rhode Island are just a day trip away!


Home of the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville has provided a long-time musical center for country singers from all over the globe. A tour of Nashville isn’t complete without a guided musical city tour of the legends where you’ll see the Country Music Hall of Fame, Printers Alley and Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge. You will even have the opportunity to record a piece at the RCA Studio B, where Elvis recorded many hits!


Journey through American history on a performance tour to Philadelphia, where the Founding Fathers gave birth to a nation. Immerse yourself in the story of the American Revolution and visit attractions like the Independence National Historical Park, Graff House, where Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence, the Liberty Bell Pavilion and Independence Hall.

Washington D.C.

There’s so much to see in this beautiful capital city filled with cherry trees and green expanses! On a walking tour of the downtown area, you can visit the National Mall, where the crowds gathered to watch Martin Luther King, Jr. speak, the Smithsonian Institution and the Lincoln Memorial. Perhaps, explore into Virginia by crossing the Potomac and visiting Old Town Alexandria, a well-preserved colonial town filled with ice cream parlors, art galleries and bookshops.

Featured Venues

From historic Faneuil Hall in Boston to the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, the US has many important musical venues for performances. Check out these top 5 from across the nation!

Grace Cathedral

San Francisco

Located on Nob Hill in San Francisco, this Episcopal cathedral is an interior architectural gem. If you are looking for some Italian flair, this church has a replica of Ghiberti’s Baptistry doors, with the original doors located in Florence. Based on Notre Dame in France, this cathedral also has a labyrinth on the floor said to bring meditative peace to those who walk it. Home to the Grace Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys, this cathedral is perfect for any choir performance!

Country Music Hall of Fame


Since its inception in 1967, the Country Music Hall of Fame has hosted millions of visitors from across the globe. Dedicated to preserving the traditions and history of country music, this museum has a variety of musical exhibits to explore. Ensembles can perform for the daily visitors and can even make a recording in the historic RCA Studio B where Elvis recorded his many hits!

Faneuil Hall Marketplace


Faneuil Hall, located near Boston’s Government Center, was opened in 1742 and is now one of the most frequented stops in America. Known as the cradle of liberty, this meeting hall has hosted many great speakers of liberty including Samuel Adams and James Otis. Have your voice heard in this historical destination!

Sanders Theatre


Sanders Theater, a 1,000-seat premiere lecture and concert hall, is located in the heart of Harvard’s campus. Known for its superior acoustical properties, this concert hall has featured some of Boston’s best in a variety of choral and orchestral performances. In addition, many political figures have taken the podium here, such as Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King, and Teddy Roosevelt. Don’t miss out on bringing your ensemble to this historical venue.

Armed Forces Retirement Home

Washington D.C.

The Armed Forces Retirement Home is a very special place to perform. It’s the premier home for veterans in the US and has vibrant cultural offerings for its residents, making it a wonderful performance area both inside and outdoors on the grounds of the home.

Old South Church


This beautiful and historic church in the heart of Boston’s Back bay neighborhood has 350 years of history, which is quite rare for an American church. Built to model European architecture, the acoustics of the church are wonderful for choral music, which has a vibrant presence in this important Boston landmark.

USS Intrepid

New York

The USS Intrepid, also known as The Fighting “I”, is one of 24 Essex-class aircraft carriers built during World War II for the United States Navy. It is now part of a Sea, Air, and Space Museum complex in NYC and offers the opportunity for groups to perform on the deck of the air craft carrier, a very special experience for any musician!

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Washington D.C.

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is the largest Roman Catholic Church in North America. Construction began on the shrine in 1920 and continued through 1959. Built to resemble great European churches, but in a distinctive neo-Byzantine style, the structure is supported by columns and masonry but no steel beams.  The acoustics in this venue are perfect for choral music.

National Mall

Washington D.C.

The long, grassy National Mall is home to iconic monuments including the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. There are various options for performing here, including on the steps of the Lincoln or Jefferson Memorials for the many visitors that the National Mall sees on a daily basis.

Cathedral of St. John the Divine

New York

When construction began in 1892, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in the then-popular Byzantine-Romanesque style of architecture, was designed to rival St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Fifth Avenue. But by 1909, the cathedral’s plan was updated to the more fashionable Gothic style, and today, although officially “unfinished,” the structure is considered to be one of the largest cathedrals in the world.

Field Museum


The Field Museum of Natural History, is a natural history museum in Chicago, and is one of the largest such museums in the world. It first opened in 1894, displaying a collection of artifacts originally assembled for the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago. Performances take place during opening hours for visitors of the museum.

John F. Kennedy Library and Museum


The John F. Kennedy JFK Library and Museum is dedicated to the memory of our nation’s thirty-fifth president. Step back into the re-created world of the early 1960’s and experience first-hand the life and legacy of John and Jacqueline Kennedy. Performances are held in the beautiful glass atrium of the museum.

Mount Vernon

Washington D.C.

Open 365 days of the year, Mount Vernon is the most popular historic estate in America. Over 85 million people have visited Mount Vernon since 1860, when the estate officially opened to the public. The estate, gardens, and farm of Mount Vernon totaled some 8,000 acres in the 18th century. Presently, an estimated 500 acres of this historic property have been painstakingly preserved along the banks of the Potomac River. Visiting choirs are welcome to perform informally on the estate grounds.

Skydeck Chicago Willis Tower


Located on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, the Skydeck has incredible views over Chicago and Lake Michigan. Perform for the many visitors that visit the Skydeck on a daily basis while looking at a one-of-a-kind view!

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

New York

Since 1879, this Roman Catholic Church has been the seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. Directly across from Rockefeller Center, this church is in a prime location to attract audiences, bringing in over 5 million visitors per year. With a vigorous application process, guest choirs performing at this church are generally among the top-level choirs from around the world.