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The Vienna Boys Choir China Tour

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The Vienna Boys Choir is one of the world’s oldest choirs composed of purely young boys. It has been a known symbol of Austria for almost 500 years.
Today there are 100 choristers from 30 different nations between the ages of ten and fourteen, divided into four touring choirs. Between them, the four choirs give around 300 concerts and performances each year in front of almost half a million people. They visit virtually all European countries, and they are frequent guests in Asia, Australia and the America. Together with members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the men of the Vienna State Opera Chorus, the Vienna Boys’ Choir maintains the tradition of the imperial musicians: as Hofmusikkapelle (Chapel Imperial) they provide the music for the Sunday Mass in Vienna’s Imperial Chapel, as they have done since 1498. In 2012, the choir participated for the fifth time in the New Year’s Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Mariss Jansons. 

Since 2016, UniArt has been organising annual tours of China for Vienna Boys Choir. Each performance in major cities in China has been always warmly welcomed by Chinese audiences

Summer Night Concert Schönbrunn


In the enchanting ambience of Schönbrunn Palace's gardens, the Vienna Philharmonic weaves its musical magic during the annual Summer Night Concert Schönbrunn since 2016. This open-air spectacle, conducted by the maestro Semyon Bychov, offers a captivating evening of orchestral brilliance. With free admission, the concert is a beloved tradition that draws a mesmerizing crowd of up to 100,000 visitors each year to the Palace Park.

UniArt has been exclusively working with China Central Television to broadcast the live show every year.

Live streaming for Vienna New Year's Concert

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The Vienna Philharmonic's New Year's Concert is an annual classical music event held on New Year's Day morning in Vienna, Austria. Broadcast live globally, it reached an estimated 50 million viewers in 73 countries in 2012 and expanded to 90 countries by 2015.

UniArt has been exclusively working with China Central Television to broadcast the New Year's Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic to the Chinese audience for many years.

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in Shanghai China 2009

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The concert of Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra with Maestro Zubin Mehta in Shanghai in Sept. 2009 was a huge success in China. It was recorded with 8 HD camera, 5.1 surrounded and the most advanced TV technologies. The concert was broadcasted by China Central Television (CCTV), Shanghai Television (SMG), and many European TV broadcasters such as BBC, ZDF, TVE, ORF, etc.

The Chinese Opera Mulan 2008


On the 30th Aug. 2008, after 3 years' preparation, the new Chinese opera Mulan was
successfully performed by the famous Chinese artists Ms. PENG Liyuan, Mr. DAI
Yuqiang and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and choir in the Vienna State Opera

The opera was recorded with 12 HD cameras and a set of stand of art TV facilities for
the Chinese Central Television (CCTV) and EBU (European Broadcasting Union)

Musikantenstadl“ in the Forbidden City Beijing China, 1999

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UniArt spent three years to prepare the "Musikantenstadl" – a popular TV show in German speaking countries – to be taken place on the central square in the Forbidden City first timely in the history.

More than one thousand European and Chinese artists gave their excellent performances in the show and more than 8,000 audience, including 4,000 European, attended the show alive on the square.

The event was broadcasted by four national TV stations (Austrian ORF, German ARD, Swiss SF-DRS and Chinese CCTV) worldwide in Oct. 1999. More than 800 million TV viewers around the world watched the show. The event was recognized as one of the most greatest shows in the 20th century in China.

World Tours with Shaolin Monks

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Rarely left their monastery in China until Dr. Wang (the founder of UniArt) discovered and encouraged them for making appearances abroad in the early 90‘s, now the Shaolin Monks are well known internationally for their physical undertakings, amazing physical endurance and artistry. Their Kungfu performance became one of the most successful shows of today’s world. Till now more than 2500 shows were made in Europe, USA, Canada, South America, Australia and millions of people on all continents watched the performance alive. The Shaolin monks were invited as honored guests by TV stations such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Lettermann, the Regis&Kathie Lee, "Wetten dass…" with Thomas Gottschalk and so on. Also many reputed newspapers, magazines and radios reported on their appearance.

"Wetten, dass..." – a famous German TV show

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UNIART co-operated with its German partner ZDF (the 2nd. German TV) and Dolce Media GmbH and set up a successful tranplantation of the famous German TV show "Wetten, dass..." of ZDF to China in Oct. 2004.
"Wanna Challenge?" – the Chinese version of "Wetten, dass..." – was produced by UniArt and the Chinese Central Television (CCTV) jointly, broadcasted weekly in the prime time on CCTV-3 (the No. 1 entertainment channel in China) and became one of the most popular TV shows in China and reaches a quota up to 100 million viewers each episode.

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