Southington Knights of Columbus Sponsors A Night With The Vienna Boys Choir In Concert

A rare opportunity to see and hear 'live' the Vienna Boys Choir at the Warner Theatre in Torrington at their Christmas Concert.

The Knights of Columbus, Isabella Council 15 in Southington, CT. has announced a Night at the Vienna Choir Boys in Conceert at the Warner Theatre in Torrington, CT.  

The date is Friday, December 7, 2012.  Bus will leave at 5:00 pm from Mary Our Queen Church at 248 Savage Street in Plantsville, CT.

The charge for tickets is $67.00 per person and will include Transportaion, a Pre-Show Buffet Supper and tickets to the Vienna Boys Choir Christmas Concert.

The Vienna Boys Choir was founded 514 years ago in 1498 in Hapsburg, Austria. Its repertoire includes Medieval, Sacred & Contemporary Music.

The trip is open to members of the Knights of Columbus, their families and friends. The general public is also welcome to join us. 

For reservations and details please contact, djk005@aol.com or call Dennis J. Kelly at 860-276-0633.  

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