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CMB and Philharmonic partner again for a new season 

CMB and Philharmonic partner again for a new season 

By Staff Writer - April 10, 2018

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Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior, Etienne Franzi, Chairman of CMB bank, and, for the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra (OPMC), Jean-Charles Curau, Director of Cultural Affairs of Monaco, signed the renewal of the partnership of CMB with the OPMC for the sixth consecutive year.

The contract was signed on April 5 in Auditorium Rainier III in the presence of both CEOs, Werner Peyer of CMB and Sylvain Charnay of the OPMC.

The two institutions both have deep roots in the Principality and are recognised each in their own field for their level of excellence.

“The active policy of patronage of CMB confirms its will to contribute to the image of Monaco,” said CMB Chairman, Etienne Franzi. “We are very keen to associate ourselves with partners who value the image of CMB and the Principality” he added.

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