PRINCETON, N.J., June 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players will play a feature performance to showcase one of New Jersey's rich cultural assets during a special event for company prospects within the life sciences sector. The event is being hosted by Choose New Jersey, Inc. and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno on June 19 at the BIO International Convention in Boston.
With renowned conductor Jacques Lacombe as its music director, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra is a hallmark of musical excellence. The Chamber Players will represent New Jersey's multifaceted cultural assets to select corporate executives in the life science and biotechnology industry.
"While it is important to promote New Jersey's incredible business environment, we believe quality of life is a major asset to living and working in New Jersey," said Tracye McDaniel, president & CEO, Choose New Jersey. "Living in New Jersey provides endless opportunities to take advantage of our strong and diverse cultural centers."
"It is our great pleasure to join Choose New Jersey and the State at BIO International," said Andre Gremillet, president & CEO, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. "New Jersey is a state where your business can thrive and your family can enjoy a good life. We're pleased and proud to be part of that."
"New Jersey offers great business advantages to companies located here, and provides equally great cultural advantages to our residents. From the natural beauty of our mountains, lakes and 130 miles of beaches, to our unparalleled arts, cultural and historic treasures, New Jerseyans enjoy an enriched quality of life," said Lt. Governor Guadagno. "I am pleased Andre and the renowned New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players will join us to make a classic Jersey
|SOURCE Choose New Jersey, Inc.|
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