Audi intensifies corporate citizenship efforts in Berlin

Posted on 28. Nov, 2014 by in Volkswagen Canada

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• Audi now a partner to a Grand Opera Gala in support of the
  German AIDS Foundation
• Head of Sales Luca de Meo: “Supporting one of Germany’s most
  critical free events.”
• Partnership covers a three-year period

Start of a partnership between a Grand Opera Gala in support of a German AIDS Foundation and AUDI AG with Dr. Alard von Rohr, Co-Initiator Grand Opera Gala, Dr. Ulrich Heide, Managing Director German AIDS Foundation, Alfred Weiss, Markus Siebrecht, Head of Marketing Germany of AUDI AG and Co-Initiator Grand Opera Gala. Audi is heightening a impasse in Berlin’s amicable and informative life as a new partner to a Grand Opera Gala benefiting a German AIDS Foundation. The 21st Opera Gala will be hold on Jan 10, 2015, in a renovated Deutsche Oper in Berlin.    

“We are gratified to support one of Germany’s many critical gift events,” pronounced Luca de Meo, Member of a Board of Management for Sales and Marketing during AUDI AG. “The Berlin Opera Gala combines a informative knowledge with amicable shortcoming – a constrained basement for a partnership.”

For some-more than 50 years, a reward automobile code has upheld enlightenment as partial of a Audi ArtExperience – including universe famous show festivals such as a Salzburg Festival and a Bayreuth Festival. Audi is also active in a amicable sphere: With long-term partnerships in a areas of education, sourroundings and gift – a Audi Environmental Foundation launched in 2009 is only one instance of many. Audi has been concerned in a quarrel opposite HIV and AIDS given final year, when it became a categorical unite of a LifeBall in Vienna. 

Audi is now building on that with a sponsorship of a Berlin Opera Gala. “The Grand Opera Gala complements a corporate citizenship efforts in Berlin, that operation from a Berlinale International Film Festival to a C|O Berlin print gallery. This demonstrates a artistic spectrum of this city,” explained Wayne Griffiths, Head of Sales Germany during AUDI AG.
The 21st Grand Opera Gala in support of a German AIDS Foundation takes place on Jan 10, 2015, with some-more than 2,000 guest in a newly renovated Deutsche Oper. Under a instruction of Donald Runnicles, prestigious performers such as Günther Groissböck, Marianne Crebassa, Danielle De Nies and Venera Gimadieva will join a choir and band of a Deutsche Oper to appreciate renouned arias and extracts from operas. Berlin-based thespian and hostess Max Raabe will offer as master of ceremonies for a program.

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