The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra announces a new corporate partnership with leading aged care provider Uniting AgeWell.
The partnership will include Uniting AgeWell’s sponsorship of TSO Matinee Series concertClair de Lune, Saturday August 22nd.
Uniting AgeWell General Manager Tasmania, Jane Johnston, said the aged care provider was proud to partner with an organisation that delivered outstanding performances, engaging audiences year-on-year.
“Many of our clients and potential clients have attended TSO performances, and have been in awe of the highly respected and talented musicians for many years,” Jane said.
“As the TSO celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, many of our clients will reflect on their first trip to the orchestra decades ago.
“This partnership will ensure that beautiful music continues to be a part of their lives.”
TSO Managing Director Nicholas Heyward said, “We are delighted to welcome Uniting AgeWell to our portfolio of Corporate Partners. We look forward to developing this partnership to maximise opportunities for both our organisations to work together.”
The partnership will be launched at an event at Uniting AgeWell’s Queenborough Rise Community in Sandy Bay Monday, February 5 which will feature a performance from a duo of TSO musicians.