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Vienna Boys Choir | Photo by Lukas Beck
100 minutes including intermission | Ages 8+ | In Person Only
Experience the enchanting harmonies and rich history of the Vienna Boys Choir, one of the world’s most renowned and oldest choirs. Established in 1498 by Emperor Maximilian I, the Choir’s legacy includes alumni members Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn, and Franz Schubert. Today, as a private, non-profit organization, the Choir continues its tradition with 300 boys and girls, aged six to 19, singing in various choirs and receiving individual voice training at the Choir’s schools in Vienna’s Augarten park. UNESCO designated the Choir’s singing tradition as intangible cultural heritage in Austria. The Vienna Boys Choir give around 300 concerts each year, attended by nearly half a million audience members around the world.
Christmas in Vienna showcases these gifted musicians with voices of unforgettable beauty in an extraordinary program featuring Austrian folk songs, classical masterpieces, popular songs and, of course, holiday favorites.
“Pure and pristine sound…” -San Francisco Chronicle
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