The Vienna Boys’ Choir is one of the most famous choirs in the world, and has been around since 1498, making it one of Vienna’s oldest surviving traditions. With a rich resume involving collaborations with the likes of Mozart, Franz Schubert and Bruckner, the choir used to perform for the Viennese royal court and now performs for public audiences in the Hofburg Chapel. The shows are popular and unique to Vienna, and there are tickets at several price levels so that any interested tourist can attend a performance. For most people with a basic interest level, we recommend showing up for the 9:15am Sunday Mass a little early to get free standing room admission. You can also purchase seats ranging from 5 euros to around 30 euros.
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