The MoU’s principal points are:
- the engagement of the OW Assistant Conductor to conduct WCO for one term per year;
- publicity for OW and WCO concerts shared through each other’s communications channels;
- assisting WCO to apply for grants;
- enabling WCO players to attend OW dress rehearsals on specified occasions.
Kirsten Mason, General Manager of Orchestra Wellington, and Richard Howarth, President of the WCO, are seen here signing the agreement on September 14 this year.
Orchestra Wellington’s next concert: Nutcracker (featuring Michael Houston in Bartok’s Piano Concerto no 3, and Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Ballet, Act II) is on Saturday October 15. (www.orchestrawellington.co.nz/events/nutcracker)