The Vienna Boys Choir is a non-profit organization that has been making headlines for years for its maintenance of the
traditional works of some of Austrias most profound composers. Separated into four different choirs, the young boys travel
the world performing their music for both adults and children. Enjoy an evening out when the boys come to Carnegie Hall and
celebrate their musical endeavors with some Vienna Boys Choir tickets.
With their famous sailor outfits and their strikingly mature voices, the boys of the Vienna Boys Choir have been captivating
worldwide audiences for generations as they continue on their path to create a stronger environment for young musicians.
Join New York City when these talented young musicians come to life on stage performing both traditional Austrian pieces
and more modern works when you purchase some Vienna Boys Choir tickets today!
The Vienna Boys Choir is separated into four sub-groups named after the famous Austrian composers who helped create this
vocal group Bruckner, Haydn, Mozart and Schubert. Originally a court choir, in 1918 the group expanded from their performances
at mass, private concerts and state functions into international stars. Today, over 100 boys between the ages of ten and
fourteen perform over 300 concerts yearly.