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Wiener Sängerknaben

"TOGETHER Tour 2021"

It is not a matter of course to get such a courted choir outside of Vienna or the German metropolises to Tyrol. Hundreds of inquiries in the management office of the Boys' Choir testify to this fact. And they come gladly.

About the Vienna Boys' Choir

The oldest reference to a boys' choir in the Vienna Hofburgkapelle dates back to 1296. In 1498, more than 520 years ago, Emperor Maximilian I moved his court and court music to Vienna. This laid the foundation for the Vienna Boys' Choir. Over the centuries, the music-loving court attracted musicians such as Mozart and Bruckner. Franz Schubert himself was a choirboy, Joseph and Michael Haydn sang as "substitutes" in the imperial choir.

Today, the Vienna Boys' Choir is a private, non-profit organization that receives no public funding but relies on donations. About 100 boys sing in the four choirs. Together, they perform nearly 300 times in normal years in front of half a million spectators all over the world: more than 1000 tours to 99 countries are on the books. On Sundays, they perform with members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera Chorus in the Hofburgkapelle in Vienna.

Highlights include performances at the Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert and the Salzburg Festival. The first sound recording was made in 1907; since then 377 shellacs, LPs and CDs have been produced. Numerous films and documentaries attest to the choir's international popularity.

Around 300 children and young people attend the schools of the Vienna Boys' Choir. The choral tradition of the Vienna Boys' Choir is listed by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage in Austria. Professor Gerald Wirth is president and artistic director.

Admission 7:00 p.m. - start 7:30 p.m.
Numbered seats

Advance tickets in all Raiffeisen banks, TVB Kufsteinerland, Libro, Trafikplus & all oeticket outlets.
Ticket order at www.saengerknaben.at 
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Wiener Sängerknaben - Kufstein

"TOGETHER Tour 2021"

It is not a matter of course to get such a courted choir outside of Vienna or the German metropolises to Tyrol. Hundreds of inquiries in the management office of the Boys' Choir testify to this fact. And they come gladly.

About the Vienna Boys' Choir

The oldest reference to a boys' choir in the Vienna Hofburgkapelle dates back to 1296. In 1498, more than 520 years ago, Emperor Maximilian I moved his court and court music to Vienna. This laid the foundation for the Vienna Boys' Choir. Over the centuries, the music-loving court attracted musicians such as Mozart and Bruckner. Franz Schubert himself was a choirboy, Joseph and Michael Haydn sang as "substitutes" in the imperial choir.

Today, the Vienna Boys' Choir is a private, non-profit organization that receives no public funding but relies on donations. About 100 boys sing in the four choirs. Together, they perform nearly 300 times in normal years in front of half a million spectators all over the world: more than 1000 tours to 99 countries are on the books. On Sundays, they perform with members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera Chorus in the Hofburgkapelle in Vienna.

Highlights include performances at the Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert and the Salzburg Festival. The first sound recording was made in 1907; since then 377 shellacs, LPs and CDs have been produced. Numerous films and documentaries attest to the choir's international popularity.

Around 300 children and young people attend the schools of the Vienna Boys' Choir. The choral tradition of the Vienna Boys' Choir is listed by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage in Austria. Professor Gerald Wirth is president and artistic director.

Admission 7:00 p.m. - start 7:30 p.m.
Numbered seats

Advance tickets in all Raiffeisen banks, TVB Kufsteinerland, Libro, Trafikplus & all oeticket outlets.
Ticket order at www.saengerknaben.at 

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