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Harris Group supporting the return of Cork Youth Orchestra

Harris Group is continuing its partnership with Cork Youth Orchestra, providing financial support and a number of Swiss Air Purifiers that allows the Orchestra to safely return to rehearsing and preparing for upcoming concerts.

Cork Youth Orchestra, under musical director Tomás McCarthy, has also found a new home for its rehearsals, Ursuline Secondary School in Blackrock, Cork.

Denise Harris, Harris Group CEO said: “I am thrilled to see Cork Youth Orchestra back again and stronger than ever. There is no doubt that the last 18 months has been difficult for everyone, but it must have been exceptionally hard on young people who are passionate about playing music and showcasing their creativity.

“Harris Group has a long history of working with businesses in and around Cork City so our partnership with Tomás and the Orchestra is a wonderful opportunity to give back and to invest in the Cork community. I’m really looking forward to seeing Cork Youth Orchestra back in concert very soon.”

(L-R) Sinéad McCarthy (French Horn), Grace O’Driscoll (Trombone), Caoimhe Neff (Viola), Charlie Cassidy (Trombone), Meghan Crilly (Cello), James Cuddigan (French Horn), Tomás McCarthy (Conductor, Cork Youth Orchestra), and Abigail Carey (French Horn), pictured at the announcement that Harris Group is to continue its partnership with Cork Youth Orchestra. Picture: Michael O’Sullivan /OSM PHOTO