Celebrating the von Trapp musicians who inspired the musical The Sound of Music 

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vonTrapp.org is in memory of the von Trapp musicians, who inspired the 1959 Broadway play and 1965 Hollywood movie, 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'.

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vonTrapp.org

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.

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Our projects are in memory of the von Trapp family's artistic and humanitarian legacies.

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