Something special for NZSO’s 70th

07 Mar 2017 by Mike Tisdall

The first ever concert of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) was held on this day in 1947. 70 years on and they are still going strong, attracting the cream of talent from New Zealand and around the world. Globally applauded and Grammy-nominated, yet they still put all their passion and energy into entertaining and delighting Kiwi audiences right round the country. Happy birthday NZSO, you make us very proud Kiwis.

NZSO has been a client of ours for three years and we are delighted to have helped them tell their brand story, grow their ticket sales and attract new audiences. They represent the pinnacle of creative excellence, inspiring us to lift our game to match theirs.

So what do you have on your 70th birthday? Cake of course and our team were pleased to be a able to celebrate with them, presenting them with this special hand-made card designed exclusively by our creative director, Brian Slade.

NZSO 70th birthday card

NZSO 70th birthday card

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