Veracity tunes in to Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Maestro Series

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Veracity tunes in to Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Maestro Series

Pictured: Queensland Symphony Orchestra Chief Conductor Designate Umberto Clerici and Veracity Managing Director Bill Owens

Brisbane-headquartered, IT services consultancy Veracity has tuned in to Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s acclaimed Maestro Series, becoming a Supporting Partner.

Bill Owens, Veracity Managing Director said the company was thrilled to support the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO).

“Not only are we honoured to partner with an organisation of this calibre, but we also love working with progressive organisations that build lasting communities, and QSO is all of that and more,” he said. “QSO is an organisation on the move; with a new CEO in Yarmila Alfonzetti, a new Chief Conductor in Umberto Clerici, and an outstanding musical program, Veracity is excited to be part of this journey, one that allows us to soak up the sounds of the supremely talented QSO musicians.”

The news follows a recent announcement that global accounting and advisory firm BDO would remain as Presenting Partner of the Maestro Series for 2023.

QSO Director - Development Toni Palmer welcomed Veracity to the QSO Partnership family.

“QSO and Veracity have worked together on developing a long-term IT strategy for the orchestra’s future, and to have the company come on board as a Supporting Partner over and above this, is wonderful; it’s a real testament to the richness of our organisation, and of course the appeal of our Maestro Series,” she said.

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