This Might Be The Greatest Choral Festival Opportunity In the World

Join world-renowned conductors Jo-Michael Scheibe and János Czifra to sing Gjeilo, Wilberg, Paulus, and more, including Mozart's heralded Coronation Mass in C Major, in the very cathedral for which it was composed -

the Salzburger Dom.

What You'll Get To Experience At This Festival

  • Walk in the Footsteps of Mozart, including tours of his birthplace, Salzburg's Mozart Square, and the Salzburger Dom - where Mozart was once Choirmaster.
  • Rehearse and perform under the batons of Dr. Scheibe and Professor Czifra, two of the most impressive choral conductors in the world.
  • Experience the thrill of performing to a huge, appreciative Austrian audience in one of the world's most gorgeous cathedrals. 
  • Have the option to accompany the Sunday Mass service in the Salzburger Dom with the Cathedral Choir.
  • Experience the beauty and charm of the “Sound of Music” city, including visits to landmark sites from the film.

Use this form to download information on the festival, including the repertoire, rehearsal and sightseeing schedule, and cost details for your choir.

One of the best European tours in our most recent 25 years! You have a great team...Bravissimo.  We loved singing in the Dom. It was a very memorable and moving experience.

The acoustics and inherent beauty of the very reverent space was a true privilege to experience. We ALL have gained a new appreciation for the music of Mozart and his genius to compose for such a space. It was very meaningful to perform Mozart’s music in the church he was baptized in, worked in, composed for and likely premiered the Coronation Mass in that very sanctuary.

Professor János Czifra

Dr. Jo-Michael Scheibe

Nola Nahulu, Director
Hawai’i Youth Opera Chorus

Participation in Mass in the Salzburger Dom was absolutely the highlight of the Salzburg trip.  János was amazing.  He was so humble, and such a consummate musician.  Singing with the Dom choir was like having a mini-masterclass in cathedral singing, and they were all so welcoming and friendly.  It truly gave great meaning to the Mozart, in a way that no concert ever could.

Lynn Staininger, Director
Choral Arts Society of Frederick


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