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  • Scottish Opera


    Costume Trainee

    Date posted: 04/05/18
     

    Closing date: 20/05/18

    Salary: £17,745
     

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    Costume Trainee
    Fixed term contract of one year: Mon 13 Aug 2018 – Sunday 11 August 2019
    Salary: £17,745

    Scottish Opera’s Costume Department is offering a trainee position to an enthusiastic person with some basic qualifications in theatre costume-making, or some experience of working in theatre wardrobe. This position is part of our Emerging Artists programme.

    The successful candidate will receive training from our senior staff, and will gain practical experience in all areas of the company’s costume department: making men’s and women’s costumes in the workroom, costume care and dressing in the theatre wardrobe, costume storage and organisation in our hire department, working with a costume supervisor to create productions.

    The contract is based at Scottish Opera’s Production Studios at Edington Street, at the Theatre Royal Glasgow, and on tour with the company.

    Applicants should apply in writing to HR Department, Scottish Opera, 39 Elmbank Crescent, Glasgow G2 4PT or email recruitment@scottishopera.org.uk All applications should include a covering letter, CV, and a completed application form, which can be found on our website. Please note applications without the relevant documents will not be considered.

    The closing date for applications is Sunday 20 May 2018

    Interviews will be held on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 June

    All candidates must be able to demonstrate a pre-existing right to work in the UK and documentary proof of this will be requested at interview.


    Contact: HR Department | Email: recruitment@scottishopera.org.uk | Telephone: 0141 242 0572

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  • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain


    Finance and Administration Director

    Date posted: 01/05/18
     

    Closing date: 21/05/18

    Salary: £45,000 - £55,000
     

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    This role provides the financial and administrative leadership that will enable NYO to deliver its work with teenage musicians and audiences and raise funds.

    The jobholder will play a key role in strengthening the organisation’s capability to grow the organisation in an effective, exciting and confident way.

    Purpose of the role: To take responsibility for NYO’s effective financial management, organisational infra-structure and planning, IT systems and HR function. To contribute to the senior management team to ensure the effective implementation of NYO’s vision and Business plan.


    Contact: Amy Mole | Email: recruitment@nyo.org.uk | Telephone: 02077491880

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  • London Philharmonic Orchestra


    Corporate Relations Manager

    Date posted: 04/05/18
     

    Closing date: 21/05/18

    Salary: £28,000-£31,000
     

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    The London Philharmonic Orchestra is seeking an ambitious Corporate Relations Manager to help build on the considerable success that has been achieved in recent years, maintaining a portfolio of existing relationships and building for the future.

    The Corporate Relations Manager is responsible for the Orchestra’s corporate partners at all levels. The post is advertised at a particularly exciting time with these partners currently including a major long term multinational corporate supporter which engages with a range of projects across the Orchestra’s work; a hotel partner working strategically across its global portfolio; a global fashion label; two of London’s most significant and successful PR and creative agencies; major insurance firms; trade associations, and range of other organisations.

    This is a fast paced role that requires creative and strategic, demonstrable experience of direct fundraising in arts, education or third sector environment.

    To apply, or for further details please visit our website.


    Contact: David Burke | Email: david.burke@lpo.org.uk | Telephone: 0207 840 4221

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  • Schott Music London


    Promotions Intern

    Date posted: 02/05/18
     

    Closing date: 21/05/18

    Salary: This is a paid internship at national minimum wage
     

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    Schott Music is an international music publisher, and this internship is with the London office’s Contemporary Music department, which is responsible for promoting the composers and works in the Schott catalogue. Interns have the chance to develop a wide range of skills and gain an understanding of music publishing through daily support for the department, as well as individual projects.

    The successful candidate will be a self-motivated and highly organised individual with an interest in contemporary classical music and strong written English. A full job description can be found through the link below.

    How long? The position is full-time and lasts 6 months.

    Compensation: This is a paid internship at national minimum wage.

    To apply: Please send your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are a good fit for the position to francesca.mcgeorge@schott-music.com.

    Deadline: Noon on Monday 21 May 2018. Interviews with shortlisted candidates will be held the week of 27 May.

    Starting Date: Monday 9 July 2018.

    Please note you must have the right to work in the UK to be eligible for this internship.


    Email: francesca.mcgeorge@schott-music.com

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  • Spitalfields Music


    Development Manager (Individual Giving)

    Date posted: 02/05/18
     

    Closing date: 22/05/18

    Salary: £24,000-£26,000 per annum
     

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    Spitalfields Music is multi award-winning charity based in East London which produces world class music festivals and pop-up performances; an industry leading artist development programme; and an exceptional learning and participation programme for local communities.

    We are looking for a proven Development Manager with an expertise in Individual Giving, who will work closely with the Director of Development to develop and deliver a strategy to grow support at all levels.

    You will have responsibility for overseeing and refreshing the Membership scheme, developing our legacy programme, and working with senior management on major donor giving.

    For more information please visit our website.


    Contact: Lila Bhattacherjee | Email: recruitment@spitalfieldsmusic.org.uk | Telephone: 02073770287

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  • Royal College of Music


    Dalcroze Eurhythmics Teacher

    Date posted: 03/05/18
     

    Closing date: 22/05/18

    Salary: £35.01 per hour
     

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    Job reference number: 111-18
    Rate of pay: £35.01 per hour
    Permanent, Part-Time, Starting in June 2018

    RCM Sparks is the Royal College of Music's ground breaking Learning and Participation programme which provides opportunities for everyone to make or learn about music at the RCM and offers training for the next generation of music educators. The core work of RCM Sparks is to widen participation in music. Therefore, our projects aim to offer inspirational learning experiences for all regardless of financial means.

    RCM Sparks has created an exciting opportunity for a passionate and dedicated Dalcroze early years practitioner, to teach as part of their new ‘Sparkles’ music and movement programme from June 2018. After the initial Dalcroze taster workshops in local schools and our summer music programme, we expect to launch multiple weekly Dalcroze classes in school and community settings from September 2018, leading onto create clear pathways for pupils to continue their Dalcroze studies along instrumental learning at the RCMJD from September 2019.

    From September 2018, we expect to be able to offer a minimum of 3 hours teaching per week, for approximately 30 weeks per year. The successful applicant will need to make a regular commitment to the RCMJD on Saturdays during term-time from September 2019.

    For full details of this position and to apply, please visit the RCM website.

    Closing date for receipt of applications is 9am on Tuesday 22 May 2018

    Interviews will be held on Saturday 2 June 2018


    Contact: Isabella Enstrom, HR Assistant | Email: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk | Telephone: 020 7591 4784

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  • Northern Ballet


    Music Director

    Date posted: 25/04/18
     

    Closing date: 24/05/18

    Salary: Competitive
     

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    Northern Ballet is a powerhouse for inventive dance. We create innovative full-length ballets and tour these to as wide an audience as possible, alongside pieces from existing repertoire. We are an internationally facing world-class dance company where excellence and diversity is recognised and celebrated in all areas of our organisation.

    Whether based on tour, or at Northern Ballet HQ in Leeds, a career with us allows you to become part of an ambitious world-class arts organisation.

    After 25 hugely successful years as Music Director, John Pryce-Jones will be stepping down from the role in the summer of 2019. Northern Ballet is now looking to recruit a successor.

    This role is such that it will require practical audition with the orchestra as well as a number of interviews. Informal discussions can be held with Artistic Director, David Nixon; Chief Executive, Mark Skipper; Current Music Director, John Pryce-Jones and these can be arranged by contacting HRAdmin@northernballet.com

    Further information about Northern Ballet, the position and how to apply can be found at https://northernballet.com/vacancies/2018/music-director

    Closing date for expressions of interest is 9.00 am on 24th May 2018 with initial interviews taking place on 4 or 5 June 2018.


    Contact: Dawn Wilson | Email: dawn.wilson@northernballet.com | Telephone: 0113 220 8000

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  • Philharmonia Orchestra


    Event Manager

    Date posted: 10/05/18
     

    Closing date: 24/05/18

    Salary: Weekly fee: £550 (6 days /week)
     

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    The Virtual Orchestra combines digital and virtual reality installations; schools, community and family workshops; a fringe programme and live performances; all outside traditional concert hall venues. The Project is being delivered across the Philharmonia’s four year-round residencies.

    In year 1 delivery is in Bedford (July & August, 2018) and Leicester (October & November, 2018). Whilst we are specifically recruiting for year one of the project, we would be particularly interested in candidates who would also be open to filling this role in year 2 locations (Canterbury: March & April 2019 / Basingstoke: June & July 2019).

    This role involves acting as the first point of contact for people entering The Virtual Orchestra, ensuring that it is adequately resourced and supervised, and is safe and technically operational. A professional, welcoming and informative approach is vital to ensuring high quality engagement for audiences and participants. The principal aim of the project is to attract a new and more diverse audience for our programme in these locations. This role is central to shaping audiences' first orchestral experiences.

    The role requires someone with strong organisational and communication skills and the ability to foster excellent customer relations.

    For a full job description, please see https://www.philharmonia.co.uk/vacancies.


    Contact: Tom Spurgin | Email: tom.spurgin@philharmonia.co.uk

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  • The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra


    Chief Executive

    Date posted: 30/04/18
     

    Closing date: 28/05/18

     

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    The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

    The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (“HK Phil”), a registered charitable organisation, is recognised as Asia’s foremost classical orchestra.  Presenting more than 150 concerts over a 44-week season, the HK Phil attracts more than 200,000 music lovers annually.

    Due to a significant subsidy from the Hong Kong Government and long-term funding from Principal Patron Swire, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and other supporters, the HK Phil now boasts a full-time annual schedule of classical music concerts, pops concerts, extensive education and community programmes, and collaborations with, among others, Opera Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Arts Festival.

    For further details about HK Phil, please visit its website using the link below.

    RESPONSIBILITIES
    Reporting to the Board of Governors and being accountable to the Executive Committee, the Chief Executive is responsible for providing administrative leadership for the HK Phil. He/she works closely with the artistic staff, in particular, the Music Director of the Orchestra, on programming and the engagement of international artists. He/she also interacts productively with artists, the arts community, the music-loving public and the Government.

    REQUIREMENTS
    The ideal candidate should possess extensive experience in arts administration and at a senior management level; and a strong network internationally, and with artists and the artistic community. He/she should be a seasoned leader with a passion for the arts, particularly classical music, and artistic excellence; and a commitment to enhancing HK Phil’s international reputation. Ability to raise funds; relevant academic / artistic qualifications and highly effective communication and interpersonal skills are required.

    ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE HANDLED IN STRICT CONFIDENCE.

    A letter of application setting out in detail why the applicant considers himself or herself suitable for the post, together with a full curriculum vitae, should be sent to TT Ho of Korn/Ferry International (HK) Ltd, 15/F, St George’s Building, 2 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong or by email to HKPhil@KornFerry.com. (Fax: (852) 2810 1632).

    Candidates who are selected for interview will normally receive an invitation about four to six weeks from submission of application.


    Email: HKPhil@KornFerry.com | Telephone: (852) 2971 2700

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Professorial Staff - Adacdemic Studies

    Date posted: 03/05/18
     

    Closing date: 28/05/18

    Salary: £36,193 - £42,478 p.a., pro rata (Including LWA)
     

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    Professorial Staff - Adacdemic Studies; Music History in Context

    The Faculty of Music seeks to appoint a suitably qualified candidate to a 0.5 FTE permanent teaching position with effect from 1 September 2018.

    The successful candidate will have expertise in the field of historical musicology and will be expected to contribute to the development and delivery of curriculum, in particular teaching music history/context at undergraduate level, in addition, contributing to teaching at postgraduate level as necessary and enhancing the Faculty’s developing research culture.

    With established research strengths in composition and music technology, musicology, music psychology, and the performance of music (particularly contemporary music) – our strategic priority are the development of a practice-led research hub with specialisms in creative practice/performance, performance science and performance pedagogy as well as text-based research in our disciplines; the further integration of our research and knowledge exchange/public engagement programmes; and increasing our research collaborations, seeking particularly to engage international partners.

    The Faculty of Music is committed to encouraging research-informed teaching; you will be encouraged to develop your skills in line with this ethos.

    For a job pack and further details, please visit our website

    Closing Date: 23:59 hours BST, Monday 28th May 2018 (No Agencies)

    Interview Date: w/c 4th June 2018


    Email: staffrecruitment@trintiylaban.ac.uk

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Professorial Staff – Academic Studies; Jazz History

    Date posted: 03/05/18
     

    Closing date: 28/05/18

    Salary: £49.55 - £58.16 per hour
     

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    The Faculty of Music seeks to appoint a suitably qualified candidate on a fixed term, hourly paid basis from 1 September 2018 to 31 July 2019.

    The successful candidate will have expertise in the field of jazz history and will be expected to contribute to the development and delivery of jazz music history/context at undergraduate level, in addition, contributing and enhancing the Faculty’s developing research culture. Educated to a postgraduate degree level, you will have proven higher music education teaching experience, strong research interests, outstanding communication and organisational abilities, excellent IT skills and the capability to deal with a busy and varied workload, within a highly creative environment.

    For a job pack and further information on how to apply, please visit our website

    Closing Date: 23:59 hours BST, Monday 28th May 2018 (No Agencies)

    Interview Date: w/c 4th June 2018


    Email: staffrecruitment@trintiylaban.ac.uk

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  • Incorporated Society of Musicians


    Public Affairs and Campaigns Manager

    Date posted: 03/05/18
     

    Closing date: 29/05/18

    Salary: £34,000- £40,000 depending on experience
     

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    Do you want to make a difference to the working lives of musicians? Central London, Full time permanent position

    A great opportunity for a highly-skilled public affairs professional to join the dynamic and innovative ISM and lead on our public affairs work.

    We are well known for our high-profile campaigns and policy initiatives on everything from Brexit to diversity to musicians’ rights to music education. The Public Affairs and Campaigns Manager will drive our campaigns and policy work forward.

    You will have at least 5 years experience as a public affairs professional and be able to demonstrate success in previous roles across both campaigns and policy work. You will be outcomes focussed and excited by the prospect of making a real difference to the lives of musicians and the wider music sector. You will have excellent project management skills, be politically aware and have great networking and relationship building skills. You will be a real team player with outstanding written and oral skills, and a high degree of emotional intelligence. You will be joining a professional staff team where the emphasis is on good communication, innovation and team work.

    Applications are welcome from candidates from all sectors who can demonstrate a track record of success

    For an informal discussion contact Deborah Annetts on 020 7313 9320

    To apply please send a full CV and covering letter saying why you are the person for the job to recruitment@ism.org

    Closing date: 9am 29 May 2018.

    First round interviews in week of 4 June 2018


    Contact: Deborah Annetts | Email: recruitment@ism.org | Telephone: 02073139320

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  • Orchestra of The Age of Enlightenment


    Box Office and Data Manager

    Date posted: 04/05/18
     

    Closing date: 29/05/18

    Salary: £27,000
     

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    The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment is an internationally-renowned period instrument orchestra governed by its players. It works with world-renowned artists, including the Orchestra’s Principal Artists John Butt, Sir Mark Elder, Iván Fischer, Vladimir Jurowski and Sir Simon Rattle. The OAE aims to bring the very best of the period music tradition to today’s audiences in performances characterised by commitment, excellence and passion.

    The OAE is establishing an internal box office in order to be able to sell tickets directly to members of the public and in particular to process ticket requests from its Friends and Patrons. Having an internally managed box office to complement the box office function currently provided by the Southbank Centre will ensure that ticket bookings are efficiently handled and we will strengthen the OAE’s relationship with its audience.

    This is a new, full-time post and we are looking for candidates who are proactive problem solvers and are comfortable working across multiple departments.

    Please head to our website for more details.


    Contact: Emily Stubbs | Email: recruitment@oae.co.uk | Telephone: 020 7239 9370

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  • Victoria Rowsell Artist Management


    Assistant / Administrator

    Date posted: 02/05/18
     

    Closing date: 31/05/18

    Salary: On application
     

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    Victoria Rowsell Artist Management, a boutique artist management agency representing a carefully selected list of instrumentalists and conductors is looking to appoint a full-time Administrator / Assistant to support the Managing Director and two Artist Managers with administrative duties.

    The role is centred on carrying out specific aspects of servicing the artists’ engagements, and requires a high level of tact, discretion and empathy. It is an ideal position for a reliable, hard-working individual who is independent, self-motivated and possesses a capacity to build strong relationships while working as part of a small, tight-knit team.

    The right candidate must be passionate about and have a very good knowledge of classical music as well as a keen interest in developing administrative and business skills. She/he will ideally have a degree in music and/or business, and will be highly organized and efficient, able to prioritise and meet strict deadlines as well as possessing excellent planning and administrative skills. Polished communication skills, a very high standard of spoken and written English and attention to detail are essential. Fluency in additional languages is a considerable advantage.

    This position offers real scope for personal development for someone enthusiastic about learning and keen to further their career in artist management.

    To apply, please send your cv with a covering letter stating why would like to take on this role to vr@victoriarowsell.co.uk.


    Email: vr@victoriarowsell.co.uk

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  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


    Director of Community and Education (Maternity Cover)

    Date posted: 11/05/18
     

    Closing date: 31/05/18

    Salary: £45-50K
     

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    The RPO seeks to appoint an exceptional individual to direct RPO Resound, the RPO’s award winning Community and Education programme, during the maternity leave of the current Director, this senior management role will develop the pipeline of projects and associated funding, achieving the goals in the business plan and building the capacities of the RPO to design and deliver innovative and creative music projects in a variety of community, health and education settings.

    Representing the RPO at strategic partnership level, whilst also managing the operations of the department and Safeguarding responsibilities, this role makes a direct contribution to the RPO’s mission to enrich lives through orchestral experiences that are uncompromising in their excellence and inclusive in their appeal.


    Contact: James Williams | Email: recruitment@rpo.co.uk

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  • Royal Northern College of Music


    Orchestras and Ensembles Librarian

    Date posted: 17/05/18
     

    Closing date: 01/06/18

    Salary: Grade 5, SCP 20 – 23, currently £24,285 – £26,495 per annum
     

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    The Orchestras and Ensembles Librarian leads on all aspects of the running of the RNCM Orchestras and Ensembles library. This critical role within the college also has responsibility for providing relevant music materials relating to RNCM Opera, Festivals and Learning & Participation activities.

    You will have a thorough knowledge of music, a music degree or equivalent and a keen interest in developing skills in orchestral librarianship. A willingness to work flexible hours with limited supervision is essential.

    This is a great opportunity to work in one of the world’s leading conservatoires, in a stimulating and friendly environment, with an expert team.

    For full details and how to apply please visit our website.


    Contact: Bebee Wood | Email: human.resources@rncm.ac.uk | Telephone: 01619075439

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  • Birmingham Contemporary Music Group


    Learning Trainee

    Date posted: 09/05/18
     

    Closing date: 04/06/18

    Salary: £6,716 (£13,432 pro rata)
     

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    LEARNING TRAINEE
    Salary: £6,716 (£13,432 pro rata)

    Based at CBSO Centre, Birmingham Birmingham Contemporary Music Group is one of Europe’s leading contemporary arts companies whose critically-acclaimed work includes concerts, tours, new music commissions and Learning and Participation Programmes.

    We seek an enthusiastic person who will enjoy and learn from being part of a busy and exciting Learning & Participation Programme. The successful candidate is likely to be a music graduate to degree level or equivalent and will need to display a passion for music education and contemporary music. Previous experience in this field will be an advantage but is not essential.

    The post holder will provide administrative support for our Learning & Participation Programme and be practically involved in a variety of projects. The successful candidate will be joining a dynamic, ambitious and creative team at BCMG - the Director of Learning and Participation (3 days a week) and two Learning Co-ordinators (2 days a week each)

    This is a part-time (2.5 days a week) fixed-term contract for 12 months from September 2018.

    Application deadline: Monday 4 June at 9am

    Interview date: Wednesday 4 July at CBSO Centre


    Contact: Nancy Evans | Email: nancy@bcmg.org.uk | Telephone: 0121 6162616

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  • Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra


    Chief Executive Officer

    Date posted: 14/05/18
     

    Closing date: 04/06/18

     

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    A Tasmanian Icon, the TSO has been at the forefront of concert life in Tasmania for more than seven decades.

    With a complement of 47 musicians the TSO gives over 80 concerts annually across Tasmania with regular interstate and international touring

    Excellent opportunity for a rising star to work with an ambitious Board to lead a vibrant organisation

    As the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra celebrates the 70th anniversary of its first performance in May 1948, the TSO Board is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the orchestra in the next stage of its evolution. Declared a Tasmanian Icon in 1998, the TSO is central to the cultural life of Tasmania and is consistently acknowledged as a “source of pride” by over 90% of Tasmanians.

    Maestro Marko Letonja is the TSO’s Chief Conductor and Artistic Director in 2018, his seventh year in that role. Johannes Fritzsch has been appointed as Principal Guest Conductor for three years beginning in 2018. The orchestra has a full complement of 47 musicians. Resident in the Federation Concert Hall in Hobart, the TSO gives more than 80 concerts annually with seasons in Hobart and Launceston, and tours regularly to Tasmanian regional centres. The TSO has also made a range of interstate and international tours.

    This is an excellent time to be joining the TSO and a fantastic opportunity for a rising star in the arts and culture sector to work with an ambitious Board to take an already strong organisation to new levels, whilst building their own professional reputation – and enjoying the benefits of the Tasmanian lifestyle.

    Please note: to be considered, applicants must contact AEGEUS to obtain the Information for Candidates pack prior to submitting an application.


    Contact: Tony Grierson | Email: tso@aegeus.asia | Telephone: +61290511590

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  • The Leeds International Piano Competition


    Chief Executive

    Date posted: 15/05/18
     

    Closing date: 04/06/18

     

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    A dynamic and inspiring Chief Executive is to be appointed by The Leeds International Piano Competition following the retirement of our current CEO who has led the competition through the last three transitional years. ‘The Leeds’ has taken place on a triennial basis since 1963, and the next Competition will be in September 2018.

    This is a full time position based in Leeds, commencing on 1 October, and comes at an exciting time in the Competition's history with many new and innovative changes having been introduced. These enhancements include an imaginative learning and engagement programme and the inaugural Piano Festival in Leeds and London. For the first time the 2018 first round took place overseas in April and all of the 2018 competition in Leeds, comprising the second round onwards, will be filmed and live streamed on medici.tv. These and other developments are helping to secure the status of The Leeds as one of the leading piano competitions in the world. If the new appointee can start earlier in order to experience the event at first hand, this is encouraged.

    For further information, view the key responsibilities and person specification for the role of Chief Executive please visit our website, or call The Operations Director Linda Wellings on 0113 244 6586.


    Contact: Linda Wellings, Operations Director | Email: mark.wingate@leedspiano.com. | Telephone: 01132446586

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  • Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra


    Logistics Officer (based in London Office)

    Date posted: 18/05/18
     

    Closing date: 04/06/18

    Salary: £20,000-£25,000 according to experience
     

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    The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the UK’s leading orchestras and Orchestra in Residence at the University of Oxford, seeks a highly-motivated Logistics Officer, to take care of all arrangements for the Orchestra’s concerts, rehearsals and special events.

    In addition the Logistics Officer will liaise with applicants (both observers and participants) for our annual Piano Festival and Summer Academy and process their applications.

    The role will be based in our North West London office.

    Salary will be commensurate with experience. To apply and for further information please visit our website.


    Contact: Anthi Papadopoulos | Email: anthi@oxfordphil.com | Telephone: 01865987222

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  • City of London Sinfonia


    Participation Projects Manager

    Date posted: 16/05/18
     

    Closing date: 06/06/18

    Salary: £25,000-£28,000, depending on experience
     

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    City of London Sinfonia (CLS) seeks a Participation Projects Manager to help deliver the Orchestra’s wide-ranging wellbeing and education programmes, working alongside the Director of Participation.

    Now entering its 30th year, the Participation Programme brings our orchestral musicians into hospitals, care homes, schools and nurseries through interactive workshops and chamber performances, with particular strengths in Wellbeing and Mainstream Education. The Programme is viewed as an integral and equal part of the Orchestra’s activities by musicians, trustees and senior management and this role is a chance for an ambitious individual to thrive at the heart of an organisation that places great value on our participation activity.

    We are seeking an individual who shares our passion for Learning and Participation and sharing live music with people of all ages and backgrounds and has at least three years’ professional experience.

    Of equal importance is appointing an individual with a creative mind, and exceptional organisational and interpersonal skills. There will be opportunities to increase responsibility and tailor the role to individual strengths.

    Please send a CV with details of two references (these won’t be taken up until an offer is made) and covering letter (no more than one page) to Fiona Lambert, Director of Participation, outlining your suitability for the role via email with the following wording in the subject field: PARTICIPATION PROJECTS MANAGER APPLICATION


    Contact: Fiona Lambert | Email: flambert@cls.co.uk

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  • Wigmore Hall


    Programme Manager

    Date posted: 14/05/18
     

    Closing date: 11/06/18

    Salary: £29,400
     

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    Wigmore Hall seeks a Programme Manager to manage its innovative Partner Schools Programme and develop its co-creative practice across other areas of the Learning Programme including the Hospital School Partnership.


    Contact: Daisy Swift | Email: dswift@wigmore-hall.org.uk | Telephone: 020 7258 8247

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  • Glyndebourne Productions Ltd


    Head of Music Library & Resources

    Date posted: 16/05/18
     

    Closing date: 13/06/18

    Salary: Salary dependant on experience
     

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    Extraordinary opera, extraordinary people

    Working closely with conductors, orchestra management and musicians, we are seeking a Head of Music Library & Resources to manage the Glyndebourne Music Library which provides a broad range of music services to the company.

    You should have previous music library experience and the flexibility to work some evenings and weekends throughout our Festival & Tour.

    To find out more about joining our world-class team, visit our website.

    The closing date for applications is Wednesday 13 June 2018

    We are an equal opportunities employer


    Email: recruitment@glyndebourne.com

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  • Hallé Concerts Society


    Assistant Librarian

    Date posted: 18/05/18
     

    Closing date: 15/06/18

    Salary: 18,500
     

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    We are seeking an enthusiastic and organised person, who has knowledge of orchestral music to degree level or equivalent who is seeking to embark on or who is in the early stages of a career in arts administration.

    This is a full time post, with occasional evening and weekend working. Reporting to the Librarian, the Assistant Librarian is responsible for preparing orchestral parts and scores for rehearsals and concerts, providing practice material to Hallé players, freelance players and trialists, and keeping track of Hallé sets and hired material.

    For further details, including a job description and person specification, or to download an application form, please go to our website through the link below.


    Contact: Molly Kidd or Mary Tabbron | Email: exec.pa@halle.co.uk | Telephone: 0161 237 7025

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  • Hallé Concerts Society


    Video Creator / Social Media Executive (Full Time)

    Date posted: 18/05/18
     

    Closing date: 15/06/18

    Salary: £18,000 to £20,000 pa
     

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    This is a full time position reporting to Digital Manager within the Communications department.

    The Video Creator / Social Media Executive will be responsible for content creation (audio, imagery and video) to support the continual development of the Hallé's digital presence, with an aim to help grow the Hallé's social media channels and its online engagement through content with high production values.

    The role will assist an active promotion of the Hallé's concerts and events (led by the Communications team) as well as an opportunity to showcase the activities across the wider Hallé family.

    For further information, job description, person specification and application form, please visit our website.


    Contact: Molly Kidd or Mary Tabbron | Email: exec.pa@halle.co.uk | Telephone: 0161 237 7025

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  • Opera North


    Education Teaching Artist (Cello and French Horn)

    Date posted: 11/05/18
     

    Closing date: 18/06/18

    Salary: £26,000 - £27,926 per annum pro rata
     

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    Opera North is the national opera company for the North of England based in Leeds. Opera North Education is one of the leading arts education departments in the country. The team delivers a range of workshops and creative projects, encouraging young people and communities to explore the art form of opera. Opera North is proud of its northern roots and provides a valuable resource for the cultural life of the region and for the development of young talent.

    Opportunities have arisen within the team for experienced, well-motivated music educators to fill part-time roles as Teaching Artists, working primarily on Opera North’s award-winning education programme, In Harmony Opera North from August 2018. The roles are available for two days a week in the following areas: Teaching Artist - French Horn Teaching Artist – Cello Solid classical music training and a demonstrably high level of musical skill and literacy are all required, supported by satisfactory DBS clearance and the ability to work across locations.

    Salary:
    £27,926 per annum pro rata - French Horn
    £26,000 per annum pro rata - Cello
    Deadline for applications: 10:00 a.m., Monday 18th June 2018
    Interviews to be held in Leeds, week commencing Monday 16th July 2018

    For an application pack, please visit: https://www.operanorth.co.uk/about/jobs

    Please submit your application to appointments@operanorth.co.uk, and also use this address if you have any queries about the recruitment process or access needs with making an application.


    Email: appointments@operanoth.co.uk

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  • Monteverdi Choir and Orchestras


    2018/19 Monteverdi Apprentices Scheme

    Date posted: 30/04/18
     

    Closing date: 22/06/18

    Salary: Apprentices are paid for concert performances
     

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    Apprentices are paid for concert performances; the Programme is free of charge to participants

    The aim of the Monteverdi Apprentices Programme is to recruit the most promising young performers, and introduce them to the musical tradition of the Monteverdi Choir and the working practices of Sir John Eliot Gardiner by way of a year-long apprenticeship, involving participation in projects with the Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, as well as additional workshops and coaching sessions with mentors from the Monteverdi ensembles.

    The Monteverdi Choir will appoint up to eight choral Apprentices for the 2018-19 season, who will be invited to take part in several projects with the Monteverdi Choir, EBS and ORR. They will be asked to perform concerts in the United Kingdom and on tour in Europe and to attend all associated rehearsals, as well as dedicated workshops and coaching sessions tailored to their musical aims and ambitions.


    Contact: Tom Hansell | Email: info@monteverdi.org.uk | Telephone: 020 7719 0120

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