Vienna Boys Choir
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|Tue 9 Oct ’12, 8:00pm–10:00pm||
Where: Regent Theatre, 17 The Octagon, Dunedin
Restrictions: All Ages
- Circle A Reserve: $92.00
- Circle A Reserve Concession: $86.00
- Circle B Reserve: $72.00
- Circle B Reserve Concession: $66.00
- Circle C Reserve: $48.00
- Circle C Reserve Concession: $42.00
- Stalls A Reserve: $92.00
- Stalls A Reserve Concession: $86.00
- Stalls B Reserve: $72.00
- Stalls B Reserve Concession: $66.00
- Stalls C Reserve: $48.00
- Stalls C Reserve Concession: $42.00
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: OFA
On tour throughout Australasia, the famous Vienna Boys Choir gives its only South Island performance at the Otago Festival of the Arts.
Steeped in a 500 year old Austrian tradition, the Vienna Boys Choir is comprised of around 100 young choristers between the ages of ten and fourteen and is divided into four touring choirs. The choirs give around 300 concerts and performances each year in front of almost half a million people.
At the Regent Theatre twenty-five of the world's youngest voices in one of the world's oldest choirs, dressed in their trademark sailor suits and shiny black shoes will charm audiences with their beautiful harmonies and purity of sound.
The programme includes an inspiring selection of the choir's own repertoire, including pieces from Renaissance to modern repertoire and, of course, the beautiful Viennese favourites of Johann and Josef Strauss.
“Twenty -five lads with angelic voices perform with purity of tone and distinctive charm.” - Fort Worth Star