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Established around 1498 in the form of six singers at the Viennese Court and becoming the Vienna Boys' Choir in 1924, today's choristers perform the best classical repertoire around the world.
The group of singers now known as the Vienna Boys' Choir included the young composer Franz Schubert. He auditioned for the choir when he was 11, and stayed until he was 16, composing some of his early pieces while he was a chorister.
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