Davy has announced a new three-year partnership with the National Concert Hall which will see Ireland’s leading wealth management provider become the ‘Innovation Partner’ to the venue.

In addition, the partnership will include the primary sponsorship of the NCH’s Contemporary Music programme, the ‘Perspectives Series.’

The partnership is the first of its kind for both Davy and the National Concert Hall and will see Davy directly support the presentation and growth of contemporary music at Ireland’s National Cultural Institution for Music.

The National Concert Hall welcomes over 330,000 patrons to 1,000 events annually across three core strands of music programming – Classical, Contemporary and Family.

The Perspectives Series lies at the heart of its Contemporary Music Programme, showcasing some of Ireland’s and the World’s most creative and innovative performers.

“As an Irish company, Davy is extremely proud to support Ireland’s home of music, the National Concert Hall,” said Davy CEO Brian McKiernan.

“The National Concert Hall presents innovative music and artists of today while giving the creators of tomorrow a world-class platform to engage audiences and share their craft.”

“Davy shares in that purpose as we support our clients in their endeavours to achieve world-class outcomes, in business and in life.”

“This exciting new partnership is a perfect fit for Davy and we look forward to collaborating with our colleagues at the NCH, to bring world-class experiences to our clients, while supporting the personal journeys of the music world’s most innovative and ground-breaking artists.”

“The National Concert Hall is delighted to welcome Davy as our Innovation Partner,” added CEO Simon Taylor.

“As the national cultural institution for music, we work very closely with many musical and cultural organisations, and it is very exciting to begin a meaningful long-term commercial partnership with such a leader in its field.”

“Davy’s sponsorship of our contemporary programming including our Perspectives series means that we can continue to support new artists and bring exciting music to audiences in Ireland.”

Watch out for Entertainment for Business interviews coming up with some of those from the arts and business on how they work together to mutual benefit.


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