Vienna Amadeus Boys Choir

A clear and pure singing voice reminiscent of the history of Vienna.

He has performed with famous artists such as Domingo, Carreras, and Abbado.

Vienna Choir named after Mozart

Formed in 1956 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Mozart's birth, it continued to be known as the Mozart Boys' Choir in Vienna until 1994, when choral conductor Peter Lang was appointed music director of the Mozart Boys' Choir and the name was changed to the "Vienna Amadeus Boys' Choir." Together with the Boys' Choir, it became the most important boys' choir in Austria. He has been invited to perform at various opera theaters such as the Vienna State Opera and the Volksoper, and has performed with famous artists such as Domingo and Carreras, and his performances are broadcast on TV. He has also recorded many solo CDs. Her singing voice has been performed all over the world, and newspapers have praised her as ``the essence of the Viennese musical tradition.'' In addition to the choir's traditional ``Viennese Classical'' repertoire, the program includes works by the Strauss family, which are loved all over the world. Today, the repertoire has expanded to include contemporary works, and includes a number of first performances.

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