We are delighted to announce the CBSO's new partnership with local law firm Nicholls Brimble Bhol, recognising the importance of the Orchestra to Birmingham and its people as part of the firm's ongoing support of the charitable sector.
Commenting on the partnership, CBSO Chief Executive Stephen Maddock OBE said "We are delighted to welcome Nicholls Brimble Bhol Solicitors as sponsors in 2019. It is an important year for the orchestra as we launch our centenary celebrations with so many exciting concerts and activities planned. We are looking forward to sharing this special season with them, and working together to celebrate their investment in the city and the orchestra at such an important time"
Rob Bhol, Managing Partner, Nicholls Brimble Bhol added "We are delighted to be joining hands and becoming sponsors of the CBSO. The orchestra plays an integral part within the community in Birmingham and beyond. As well as the sheer joy they bring to audiences throughout the world, it is truly heart-warming to learn about their range of educational programmes that touch tens of thousands of lives each year by supporting and developing the musical education of children and young people. We look forward to working closely with the CBSO for many years to come and supporting them in creating opportunities for children and young people at all stages of their education".
Paul Nicholls, Senior Partner, Nicholls Brimble Bhol said “The partnership with the CBSO is another step towards achieving the firm’s objective of working closely with the charitable sector and building a stronger local community. We are not a big firm, but hope to punch above our weight by being a business that seeks to support and give back to good causes that lead back to the heart of the community of the city of Birmingham and beyond”
Nicholls Brimble Bhol are also very proud to be supporting The Princes Trust, Martineau Gardens, and Bournville Rugby Club.
Find out more about how your company can work with us by contacting Emma Jane Jones on 0121 616 6538.