Elders announced as Adelaide Symphony Orchestra major regional touring partner - Elders Rural Services
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Elders announced as Adelaide Symphony Orchestra major regional touring partner

Elders is pleased to announce a new Major Regional partnership with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

This partnership will support the ASO to play a leading role in nurturing the cultural life of our vibrant state and nourishing the souls of South Australians.

Elders CEO Mark Allison is delighted with the partnership.

“Our key priority is the safety and wellbeing of our people and the communities in which we operate.

Partnering with the ASO will ensure that regional communities have access to orchestral experiences to make positive, long-term and enduring impacts with clear community benefits.”

The ASO Managing Director Mr Ciccarello said, “Our regional touring provides a unique opportunity for South Australians of all ages – from primary school students to older people – to engage with music and experience orchestral music that they may never have heard performed live. We are very grateful to Elders for their support, as it enables the ASO to reach regional centres that otherwise miss out on the special full orchestra experience”.

The ASO and Elders are committed to ensuring more South Australians have access and engagement with the arts by showing a dedicated commitment to concerts across South Australia. In addition to public concerts, the ASO will perform in schools, allowing regional students and all South Australians the opportunity to be inspired by live orchestral music.

Since 1839, Elders has been an integral part of Australia’s rural business landscape. This sponsorship is part of Elders ongoing commitment to support sustainable cultural development in regional and remote communities in Australia. Elders is committed to giving back to the community.

The partnership will commence with a regional road trip in Port Lincoln with concerts on 17 – 18 April 2021. It will form part of the SALT Festival held on the Southern Eyre Peninsula.