Celebrating the von Trapp musicians who inspired the musical The Sound of Music
Discover Their Place in Musical History
vonTrapp.org is in memory of the von Trapp musicians, who inspired the 1959 Broadway play and 1965 Hollywood film, The Sound of Music. From 1934-1956, they sang in over 2,000 performances, in venues ranging from high school auditoriums to iconic concert halls, bringing joy and comfort to over 3 million people throughout 30 countries. They were famous in their own day, a household name, with the distinction as 'the most booked attraction in U.S. history'.
Ways You Can Help
Spread some goodness by helping us to give-back and preserve history.
Founded by family members, vonTrapp.org is a project of the Georg & Agathe Foundation. The project archives and educates on the 22 year musical career of the Trapp Family Choir and Trapp Family Singers.
Discover more about the von Trapp family and their place in musical history.
Learn about vonTrapp.org, our parent nonprofit, news, donors, and partners.
Continuing the Legacy
FREE: Updates and history trivia
Two Families Combined
Learn about the von Trapp musicians, their descendants, and The Sound of Music.
Our projects are in memory of the von Trapp family's artistic and humanitarian legacies.
Get In Touch
Contact us and keep in touch with free quarterly updates and history trivia.