VIENNA BOYS’ CHOIR
Opera, Christmas Concert and the very finest choral melodies
The Vienna Boys’ Choir celebrate Christmas along with the audience. All those who want to can sing along with Handel’s famous “Hallelujah Chorus” and, of course, “Silent Night”– and turn a concert into a musical celebration for the whole family.
“We can only see properly with our hearts. Our eyes cannot see what is truly important.” Since 1943, when Antoine de Saint-Exupéry first wrote these words in “The Little Prince”, this thought has lost none of its power. This touching children’s opera tells the story of a little interplanetary traveller who sets out to find some good friends. And now it’s back at MuTh!
The Vienna Boys’ Choir are one of the oldest boy choirs in the world – and also the most widely travelled. So what has made them so successful? A kaleidoscope of music. A concert by the Vienna Boys’ Choir means two hours of musical enjoyment, two hours of escape from everyday life.