On the day of the first five15 concert at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich featuring a complete programme of women composers and the premiere of our first five15 commission by Cheryl Frances-Hoad, we are very proud to announce that chartered accounting firm Buzzacott has agreed to sponsor the five15 project.
Buzzacott is a top 21 chartered firm of accountants in the UK. We have over 270 employees & 33 partners, working in specialist teams, all under one roof in St Paul's, London.
At Buzzacott we define ourselves by the needs of our clients. These needs range from those of nuns to those of hedge fund managers. The relationships we build are both personal and enduring. They are founded on continuity of personnel, ease of access and a depth of specialist knowledge that in certain key areas leads the industry.
That knowledge, gained through front-line experience as well as individual training, is applied by “specialist teams” who combine niche expertise in international and regulation-intensive sectors – expatriates, charities, LLPs - with excellence in mainstream tax and financial management services. The quality of their advice explains Buzzacott’s growing reputation.
We are partners to those we serve, sharing our experience and creating a bespoke response to an individual brief. That brief may concern a not-for-profit organisation or a firm of solicitors; personal investment or company takeover; here, or in 90 countries worldwide.
Through the generous help of Buzzacott, London Oriana Choir's five15 project can continue to commission high quality choral works from the UK's women composers and can share them with a wider audience. Thanks, Buzzacott!