The Top 20 firm hit the right note with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which has an annual turnover of £5m and employs 70 musicians.
Orchestra financial director Richard Huxtable said he had been extremely impressed by the firm.
‘We are very much looking forward to working with an enthusiastic team who are excited about winning our business,’ he added.
The deal adds to Kingston Smith’s entertainment contracts, which already included the English Chamber Orchestra, the London Arts Board and the Royal Academy of Music. On a lighter note the firm has also worked with the Spice Girls and the pop music label Creation records.
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