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 Press Release Number 5

Milton Keynes City Orchestra

Make Rattle and Role at

Milton Keynes
City Orchestra



The City’s very own fantastic professional orchestra is pleased to announce the appointment of Debbie Waters as Business Development Manager for Milton Keynes City Orchestra. Debbie’s role will be to promote the awareness of this great asset that the City has to both public and private individuals. She is looking to create a greater role for the Orchestra within the business community and show businesses how the Orchestra can add value to the marketing mix of successful companies.


Debbie said “we only have to look at what Simon Rattle did for the City of Birmingham to realise what Milton Keynes could do with a pre-eminent orchestra to assist in promoting itself as a quality brand.” She knows that there is much more that the Orchestra can do for its sponsors and is keen to talk to Directors and Owners to see how more imaginative the Orchestra can be in assisting businesses in getting their message across to both clients and the local community. She is also keen to talk to local and regional organisations that are promoting Milton Keynes as a place to do business, and she is sure that the Milton Keynes City Orchestra can play an important role in attracting external investors to Milton Keynes .


For those who are interested in the support that Milton Keynes City Orchestra can offer them, please contact Debbie on 01908 558311 or [email protected]



Milton Keynes City Orchestra, 3 Theatre Walk, Central Milton Keynes , MK9 3PX

T.  01908 558311                                   F.  01908 558312                                   W.  www.mkco.org


**This Press Release is available from http://www.mkco.org/press.htm

MILTON KEYNES CITY ORCHESTRA  is funded by Milton Keynes Council and Arts Council England, South East.

**New** – A selection of images can be downloaded from the Orchestra’s web site http://www.mkco.org/gallery.htm

MILTON KEYNES CITY ORCHESTRA is funded by Milton Keynes Council and Arts Council England, South East.

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