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Symphony FD won't play second fiddle

Far from playing second fiddle to the musicians, Charles Snailham ­- director of finance at the London Symphony Orchestra - and his team have got their work cut out for them this year.

The full interview with Charles Snailham will appear on AccountancyAge.com tomorrow.

The orchestra is ramping up for a series of centenary fundraising activities to boost the coffers of LSO Discovery – its education and community programme.

Based at the orchestra’s new music education centre, Discovery aims to make great music accessible to all, and is this year’s principle beneficiary of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal

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