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NBR Opera to Perform at the 11th NBR Arts Award

Royal NZ Ballet, NBR Opera to Perform at the 11th Annual NBR Arts Awards

Performances by the Royal NZ Ballet, NBR Opera emerging artists, the APO and Tim Beveridge will be among the highlights at this year’s black tie gala for the 11th Annual National Business Review Awards for Sponsorship of the Arts.

The Awards which celebrate partnerships between business and the arts are held in association with Creative New Zealand and THE EDGE.

The winners will be announced by the Prime Minister at the Gala held in the Auckland Town Hall, Wednesday 30 July 2008.

The Arts Awards attracted entries from both small and large businesses showcasing a range of arts disciplines.

The full list of finalists is available at:


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