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Vienna Boys' Choir Concert Ticket


You are invited to a concert presenting the works of W. A. Mozart, Strauss and Haydn and more in the new MuTh. Check in at the concert hall of the Vienna Boys´ Choir located in the Vienna Augarte and listen to their famous Sunday services.

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When Emperor Maximilian I decreed in 1498 that there were to be six boys among his court musicians, he had unwittingly laid the foundations for the Wiener Sangerknaben (Vienna Boys' Choir). Today, more than 500 years later, the Vienna Boys' Choir continue to sing Sunday services in the imperial chapel and hold concerts at the new MuTh Concert Hall of the Augarten with the Camerata Schulz Orchestra.
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by: Mary Cummins
Our visit to The Vienna Boys' Choir was truely a memorable one. The venue was perfect and our seating arrangement was center front, so we had an excellent view. The choirmaster was of Brazillian ori...more
We arrived at the venue quite early tired after Vienna sightseeing. When we entered, on the left we found a box office with 'Mondial' company name written on it and we exchanged our voucher there. T...more
by: Ito
We thought I might be just an attraction for tourists, but in the end it was better than we expected, we were surprised by the hight quality of this concert! Choir soloist were impressive and after ea...more

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