Vienna Boys Choir returns to Virginia Arts Festival, Monday December 12 in Norfolk!


Vienna Boys Choir returns to Virginia Arts Festival, Monday December 12 in Norfolk!
Added on November 17, 2022 by Virginia Arts Festival to Member News

Vienna Boys Choir returns to Virginia Arts Festival, Monday December 12 in Norfolk!

Celebrate the season with an event perfect for the entire family: Vienna Boys Choir December 12, presented by Virginia Arts Festival

Virginia Arts Festival welcomes a joyous 2022 holiday season with a veritable feast of music! Perfect for ages 5 to 105, tickets to see Vienna Boys Choir on Monday, December 12 in Norfolk at the Harrison Opera House \ are available at, by phone at 757-282-2822, and in person at the Virginia Arts Festival Box Office at 440 Bank Street in Norfolk.

The holidays will resound with the incomparable sound of the legendary Vienna Boys Choir, praised for its “pure and pristine sound” (San Francisco Chronicle), this internationally revered choir sustains a musical tradition dating back to the 15th century and encompassing a rich history of performances for royalty. With its “Christmas in Vienna” program that includes holiday music from the Renaissance to the current day, the Vienna Boys Choir will perform at Norfolk’s Harrison Opera House on Monday, December 12!

“There’s no more gratifying sound than that of children singing. And there’s no more polished ensemble of children’s voices than the Vienna Boys Choir,” wrote the Fort Worth Star Telegram after a recent performance.

About Virginia Arts Festival

Since 1997, under the direction of Perry Artistic Director Robert W. Cross, the Virginia Arts Festival has presented great performers from across the globe. Renowned artists who have performed at the festival include Itzhak Perlman, Renée Fleming, Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, Olga Kern, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Miami String Quartet, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Stewart Copeland, Audra McDonald, Kelli O’Hara, Patti LuPone, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre and Mark Morris Dance Group. The festival has presented numerous world premieres and new productions of classical music, dance, and theatre from some of today’s most influential composers, choreographers and playwrights. Van Cliburn gold medalist Olga Kern serves as the Festival’s Connie and Marc Jacobson Director of Chamber Music and award-winning Broadway music director Rob Fisher serves as the Festival’s Goode Family Artistic Advisor for Musical Theater and American Songbook. Each season, performances from the Virginia Arts Festival are broadcast nationwide on American Public Radio’s Performance Today. The festival’s arts education programs reach tens of thousands of schoolchildren each year through student matinees, in-school performances, artist residencies, master classes and demonstrations.