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        The ABO represents the collective interests of professional orchestras, youth ensembles and the wider classical music industry throughout the UK.

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        Mark Pemberton OBE to Step Down as Chief Executive of ABO

        Today (31 May 2022), Mark Pemberton OBE, Chief Executive of the Association of British Orchestras (ABO) has announced that he will be stepping down from his role at the end of September 2022.

        Invasion of Ukraine - ABO statement

        The Association of British Orchestras has today (Thursday 3rd March 2022) published a set of principles to support its members in their response to the invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces.

        Kanneh-Mason Family Honoured at the Association of British Orchestras Awards 2022

        As the Association of British Orchestras Conference ends today (Friday 11 February 2022), the industry body has announced the Kanneh-Mason Family as the recipient of its prestigious annual ABO Award. The award was collected by parents Kaduata Kanneh and Stuart Mason, on behalf of the entire family for their commitment and inspiration given to other aspiring young musicians and fellow parents.

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        Specialist managers meetings

        SMMs are one of the ABO’s key services that are most valued by members.
        Each group of managers meets twice a year to discuss topical issues and hear from pertinent speakers.

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