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Bank Windhoek supports the 2017 Swakopmunder Musikwoche

by Staff Writer

Bank Windhoek announced that it is a supporter of the 52nd Swakopmunder Musikwoche, and this year’s Swakopmunder Musikwoche starts this coming Friday with a church concert.

“Bank Windhoek’s philosophy is to grow the arts, as well as the appreciation of arts, through the forging of smart partnerships, partnerships that will grow in the long term. This is evident from our annual support to the Musikwoche,” said Jacquiline Pack, Executive Officer for Marketing and Communication Services at Bank Windhoek. 

“Bank Windhoek is involved in the arts, because art plays a critical role in the development of the beauty within people. This leads to an appreciation of what is right, good and noble. Sponsorships such as these not only uplift the communities we serve, but ignites and brings various cultures to life. Bank Windhoek strives to constantly excite our customers, be it through sponsorships, service delivery or innovative products and financial solutions,” Pack said.

Various concerts will be held from 8 to 17 December 2017. The dates for these concerts are:

12 December 2017: Lecturer concert, 19:00 at the Hanjo Böhlke Aula (Namib High School)

13 December 2017: Open Air Brass Festival, 16:00 at the Amphitheatre

14 December 2017: Junior & Ensemble concert, 18:30 at the Hanjo Böhlke Aula

15 December 2017: Final concert, 19:00 at the Hanjo Böhlke Aula (Namib High School)

16 December 2017: Final concert, 19:00 at the Hanjo Böhlke Aula (Namib High School)

17 December 2017: Church concert, 10:00 at the Lutheran Church, Otavi St. no 9