Vienna, one of the great capitals of Europe and for centuries home to the Habsburg rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is known throughout the world as the City of Music. Famous sites include the Ring Avenue, the Hofburg Palace, the Opera House, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Mozart’s “Figaro House,” and Vienna’s City Hall. Many famous composers, including Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Strauss (father and son), Mahler, Gluck, and Bruckner all lived and worked here.

Sample the typical Viennese “gemütlichkeit” at cafés and Heurigens. Enjoy the Art Nouveau splendor of the Secession, the magnificent baroque Schönbrunn Palace, as well as the Museum of Fine Arts and modern architecture at the MuseumsQuartier. Surprising and sophisticated Vienna welcomes you: there is music in the air!

Salzburg is known as the City of Mozart, who was born here in 1756. Salzburg's Old Town, including a monastery and bishopric dating from A.D. 700, is internationally know for its architectural masterpieces such as the Salzburg Cathedral.

In addition, beautiful castles and palaces dot the city such as Hohensalzburg Fortress; Residenz; and Schloss Hellbrunn. The beautiful Mirabell Gardens are also worth a visit. Three main factors are responsible for Salzburg's world-wide fame: the incomparable charm of its architecture, the beauty of the surrounding countryside and the good fortune that caused Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to be born here.

Glorystar Children's Chorus

Phoenix Boys Choir Tour 2007

Robert Page Festival Singers 2008

Messiah College Concert Choir Tour 2006

Austin High School Orchestra 2007

Schola Cantorum on Hudson 2008