One of the world’s greatest boys choirs are headed to the UK this September and October. We’d like you to be there...
One of the world’s original boybands, the Vienna Boys' Choir began in the fifteenth century as part of the Chapel of Maximilian of Habsburg. Maximilian was an Emperor on the move, and from the beginning touring has been an integral part of the choir’s ethos. Since becoming the Vienna Boys' Choir in 1924, the boys have sung in more than a hundred countries on close to a thousand tours.
They have visited the UK numerous times since their first London performance in 1934, and 2012 will mark their return to Britain after a 10 year absence. The tour will include eight dates in September and October 2012 with concerts in venues throughout England and Scotland, including a joint performance with the choir of King’s College, Cambridge.
We have a pair of tickets for each of the concerts below:
29 Town Hall, Leeds
30 Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
2 Cadogan Hall, London
4 King’s College Chapel , Cambridge
5 Town Hall, Birmingham
7 Usher Hall, Edinburgh
8 Music Hall, Aberdeen
To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this simple question before midday on Friday, September 21.