UTC AND THE EUYO
During the years of 2015-2017, The European Union Youth Orchestra gratefully received the support of Principal Corporate Partnership, UTC; its first multiannual Corporate Partnership - United Technologies Corporation (UTC), a leading global provider of high-technology products and services to the building and aerospace businesses.
A global leader in the aerospace and commercial building industries, United Technologies provides high-technology systems and services that set the standard for performance, reliability and energy efficiency. UTC ranks among the world’s most respected and innovative companies.
UTC partners with leading nonprofit organizations that improve the well-being of the communities where the company operates around the world. Believing that ideas and inspiration create opportunities without limits, for three years UTC proudly supported the EUYO’s mission to transcend cultural, social, economic, religious, and political boundaries.
“UTC has truly benefited from a rewarding 3-year partnership with the EUYO. The company is immensely pleased to have supported the Orchestra’s mission to promote cultural excellence and shared values across Europe.
We have been impressed by wonderful performances and players, diversity of the programmes and audiences and the impact on both. Along with the distinctive and tailored opportunities for branding, access and involvement, EUYO has a lot to offer corporate partners.”
Darcy Nicolle, Vice President, Government Relations Europe, United Technologies Corporation
“The EUYO is delighted to have been a partner with United Technologies Corporation. During this partnership, we shared with UTC a drive for excellence, an international and an entrepreneurial spirit and we are proud to associate with a company renowned worldwide for its many areas of expertise.
Through this mutually beneficial partnership we have been able to offer presence for UTC’s operations through the EUYO’s performances by Europe’s finest young musicians, along with an innovative programme of player development and audience engagement”
Marshall Marcus, CEO, European Union Youth Orchestra