Tickets on sale now for Vienna Boys Choir

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Tickets on sale now for Vienna Boys Choir

January 19, 2012

 Vienna Boys Choir
The Vienna Boys Choir will perform at Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Tuesday, Feb. 21, as part of the Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series.  This exquisite performance will be held in Herod Hall Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets for the Vienna Boys Choir have gone on sale and will be available until they perform during the Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Herod Hall Auditorium.

Tickets are available now at Holder Drug, the NWOSU Bookstore or by calling (580) 327-8692. Individual performances tickets will be sold on an “as available” basis at $15 for adults and $10 for students.

Today there are around 100 choristers between the ages of 10 and 14, divided into four touring choirs. The four choirs give 300 concerts and performances each year in front of almost half a million people. Each group spends nine to 11 weeks of the school year on tour. They visit virtually all European countries, and they are frequent guests in Asia, Australia and America.

Together with members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera Chorus, the Vienna Boys Choir maintains the tradition of the imperial musicians: as Hofmusikkapelle they provide the music for the Sunday Mass in Vienna’s Imperial Chapel, as they have done since 1498.

The choir’s repertoire includes everything from medieval to contemporary and experimental music.

The Vienna Boys Choir performs major choral and symphonic works, sometimes as part of the Hofmusikkapelle, sometimes with other orchestras and men’s choirs.

In recent years, they have performed with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Staatskapelle Berlin, the Oslo Philharmonic and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Contact Dr. Irene Messoloras, chair of the Department of Fine Arts, at (580) 327-8692 or for ticket information.

The Northwest Oklahoma Concert Series is supported by the Oklahoma Arts Council, the Charles Morton Share Trust, the Mid-America Arts Alliance and the National Endowment for the Arts.