Vienna Philharmonia Chorus
Current information due to the Corona virus
Dear music friends,
Because of the current situation that results from the spreading of the Covid-19 virus and due to the necessary restrictive steps the Austrian government had to take, we have to inform you that the following productions had to be cancelled respectively postponed to the year 2021:
- Don Pasquale, Salzburg Whitsun Festival: cancelled
- Final concert Le Cercle de l'Harmonie, Bad Kissingen: cancelled
- Messias, Salzburg Festival: cancelled
- I vespri siciliani, Salzburg Festival: cancelled
- Turandot, St. Margarethen, Oper im Steinbruch: postponed to 2021
- Die lustige Witwe, Jennersdorf, jOpera-Festival: postponed to 2021
We are very sorry and will keep you informed about further steps and changes.
Thank you for understanding. We are looking forward to seeing you again at our future productions.
Stay save, stay well!
Philharmonia Chorus Vienna
The Vienna Philharmonia Chorus is a professional opera and concert chorus that performs all over the world. Founded in 2002 at the initiative of Gerard Mortier, it was originally known as the Ruhr Triennale Chorus and/or the Baden-Baden Festival Chorus, being associated with those two festivals.
Since 2006 the renamed "Vienna Philharmonia Chorus" has been performing as an independent choral society, working with renowned conductors including Claudio Abbado, Marc Minkowski, Kent Nagano, Thomas Hengelbrock, Zubin Mehta, Christian Thielemann and Riccardo Muti and making regular guest appearances in major international opera productions.