Tenaris has become the latest sponsor to join a campaign to support the Music Hall Transformation Project.
The 1822 Club, named after the year the historic city centre landmark opened, is a corporate sponsorship initiative launched by Aberdeen Performing Arts, the charity behind the refurbishment of the Music Hall.
Tenaris will donate £5,000 to the transformation project, which will help to restore, renovate and re-imagine the 200 year-old Grade A-listed building for the next generation of artists and audiences.
Last year, Tenaris expanded its presence in Aberdeen with the opening of a service centre to complement its existing commercial and industrial facilities locally and in the North Sea region, where the company has been serving oil and gas customers since the 1970s.
Tenaris Managing Director UK, Gary Thomson, said: ““We have been a part of the Aberdeen community for decades and are proud to contribute and support such an historic revitalisation project.
“In 2017, Tenaris invested about $9.5 million USD in education and community based programs.
“Tenaris has long been a supporter of education, arts and cultural programs, worldwide, as these experiences extend learning opportunities and foster values important to the company – innovation, diversity, growth, and development.”
Aberdeen Performing Arts Corporate Sponsor & Major Donor Campaign Manager Debbie Mackenzie, said: “The transformation will allow us to pass the Music Hall on to the next generation, as a contemporary, vibrant, cultural hub for the whole community.
“We are very grateful to Tenaris for supporting our plans to deliver enhanced cultural experiences here in the North‐east of Scotland.”
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