Brewin Dolphin makes sound investment

Newcastle investment management firm Brewin Dolphin is making its own sound investment by sponsoring the popular Classic FM concert series at Sage

Lorraine Armstrong, front, divisional director of Brewin Dolphin, joins Sage Gateshead general director Anthony Sargent and violinist Kyra Humphreys from Royal Northern Sinfonia on the stage of Sage Gateshead
Lorraine Armstrong, front, divisional director of Brewin Dolphin, joins Sage Gateshead general director Anthony Sargent and violinist Kyra Humphreys from Royal Northern Sinfonia on the stage of Sage Gateshead

Newcastle investment management firm Brewin Dolphin is making its own sound investment by sponsoring the popular Classic FM concert series at Sage, Gateshead.

The wealth managers announced its support for the Classic FM series as the new 2013/14 Classical Season gets underway at the premier music venue, the first season to be performed by the newly anointed Royal Northern Sinfonia.

Earlier this year, the company also set up a bursary for musicians keen to enrol on Sage Gateshead’s Young Musicians Programme.

The Classic FM series forms part of the overall classical season at Sage Gateshead, which runs until June.

Lorraine Armstrong, divisional director at Brewin Dolphin, said: “I’ve been a great lover and player of classical music all my life, so I am delighted that we, Brewin Dolphin, are supporting the Classic Fm Series 2013/14. These concerts promise to be really special with so many famous composers works showcased by top class artists.”

Beethoven’s Emperor will be the next performance in the series, on December 6.

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