Founded in 1498, the Vienna Boys’ Choir is one of the oldest boys’ choirs in the world and the best travelling ensemble you can find. This is their first visit to the Indian subcontinent since 2004. Their repertoire ranges from medieval to contemporary music.
The Choir will take the audience through its historical roots with compositions from the 15th to the 17th centuries and classical favourites by Mozart, Rossini, and Schumann. Following this, the Choir will introduce an Indian blend, with their rendition of Amir Khusrow’s Qawwali and a Bhajan sung by Mahatma Gandhi during the Salt March of 1930.