Wiener Sängerknaben im MuTh, Foto: Lukas Beck

WSK Zyklus 23/24

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  • Kategorie A | 143,20 €
  • Kategorie B | 129,60 €
  • Kategorie C | 114,40 €
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  • Junges MuTh bis 26 Jahre
  • Kategorie A | 74,40 €
  • Kategorie B | 62,40 €
  • Kategorie C | 48,00 €
FR 17.
5:00 PM
Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert
Children | Young people | Adults
Led by their choirmaster, 24 boys in sailor suits sing in concert. Why are they known and loved by people all over the world? Because they remind us that music is the universal language of human emotion, a language which knows no national boundaries. Over the course of eleven Fridays, the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir show off their talents. With youthful energy and charm, they lead their audience on a journey through musical history, taking in not just Mozart, Schubert and Strauss, but World Music and Pop as well. And along the way we’ll no doubt hear a few stories from their history, which stretches back over more than 525 years!
SA 17.
4:00 PM
Tickets available from 03. Oct 2023
Opera | Musical theatre | Choral music | Vienna Boys' Choir
| Concert | Play
Concert | Play
6+ |
Children | Young people | Adults | Family | School, primary level | School, secondary level
What? Only twelve golden plates at the table, when there are thirteen fairies? This is not going to turn out well! The thirteenth fairy shows up uninvited at the king’s castle, where celebrations to mark the birth of his daughter are underway. The fairy is furious, and in her rage she lays a curse on the tiny Princess Rose: on her fifteenth birthday, she will prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel — and then Princess Rose will die!   The fairy Morphina softens the curse, changing it from death into a sleep that will last a hundred years. The King commands that every spinning wheel in the land must be burned. But it’s all to no avail. On the day of her fifteenth birthday, Princess Rose comes across a long-forgotten spinning wheel. She pricks herself on the spindle, and falls into a deep sleep ... as does the whole castle, and everyone within. Can a young prince succeed in forcing his way through the impenetrable thorny thicket which surrounds the castle, and rescue Sleeping Beauty? Directed by Barbara Palmetzhofer, pupils from the Vienna Boys' Choir High School Senior Class present an abridged operatic version of the much-loved fairy tale, specially adapted for children.
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