Vienna Boys Choir set to serenade the PAC

The choir will sing holiday songs on November 30


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The Vienna Boys Choir will perform holiday songs to get PAC audiences in the holiday spirit.

There are not many choir ensembles as renowned and acclaimed as the Vienna Boys Choir.
Legendary composers such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Salieri and Anton Bruckner have worked with this choir.
Its past members include Franz Schubert, Jacobus Gallus and Hans Richter.
These boys are divided into four touring choirs, named after the Austrian composers Bruckner, Haydn, Mozart and Schubert.
The choir was established through a letter from Emperor Maximilian I of Habsburg on July 7, 1498, which instructed court officials to employ a singing master, two basses and six boys.
This established the Vienna Boys Choir.
Six centuries after its founding, the famed choir continues to amaze and entertain music lovers around the world with its range of tone from soprano to alto, distinct charm and diverse repertoire.
Nothing brings the magic of the Christmas season like the incredible voices of this choir.
Start off the holiday season with a concert of traditional Christmas carols and popular holiday favorites which are all skillfully delivered by this choir of young musicians with an extraordinary legacy.
Before the event, there will be a beer tasting for those old enough to participate.
The event will take place Monday, Nov. 30, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. and it is one you will not want to miss this holiday season.
Tickets can be bought in advance or the day of the show at the Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center box office. Mercyhurst Student Rush tickets are $5 on the day of the performance only.