The Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) which is in a weak financial situation, will receive a generous funding from the Australian Government.  $4.1 million will be given to the organization over the next four years.

« This funding is not just a lifeline; it’s a building block to help secure the future of an Australian institution that has long championed Australian music and culture,” CSO Chief Executive Officer Rachel Thomas said. “We’re grateful to the Australian Government for recognising the importance of providing more equitable support for the CSO, which not only delivers a program of music that has been recognised as the most diverse in Australia, but makes a huge economic and social contribution to the ACT through employment of local people, and community programs that ensure music is accessible to everyone.”

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