Vienna Boys Choir Returns to FACC

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The Vienna Boys Choir brings its rich history and breathtaking talent back to the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center on Thursday, November 16. Known for their angelic voices and impeccable musicianship, this globally-renowned choir’s performance promises to be an unforgettable experience.

The Vienna Boys Choir has captivated audiences worldwide for centuries. With a history dating back to 1296, these young boys have graced the Chapel Imperial with their harmonious blend, earning the admiration and respect of composers such as Mozart, Schubert, and Haydn. Now, Fairfield residents will have the opportunity to enjoy their unparalleled vocal skills at the state-of-the-art Fairfield Arts & Convention Center, a hub for arts and culture in Southeast Iowa.

Today, the Vienna Boys Choir consists of 100 talented choristers between the ages of 10 and 14, split into four touring groups. Each year, these young performers spend 11 weeks touring the world, delivering around 300 concerts to nearly half a million spectators. Since their first tour of the USA in 1931, the choir has visited 98 countries on over 1,000 tours, spreading their passion for choral music and creating lifelong memories.

The November 16th performance is expected to be an unforgettable evening and a true celebration of the power of music. Tickets are available at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center’s website, fairfieldacc.com, or by visiting or calling the Box Office at (641) 472-ARTS. This enchanting event is the perfect opportunity to experience the mesmerizing talents of the Vienna Boys Choir and create memories that will last a lifetime.

To learn more about the upcoming event and other performances at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center, visit their website at fairfieldacc.com. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of this cultural landmark event, setting the stage for another amazing season of arts and entertainment in Southeast Iowa.

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