Association of British Orchestras

Concerts Coordinator

Manchester Camerata £18,000-£20,000 Closing date 09 March 2020
Glastonbury openers, UK Ensemble of the Year (RPS Music Awards 2017) and ‘Probably Britain’s most adventurous orchestra’ (The Times) – Manchester Camerata is redefining what an orchestra can do.

Famous for innovation, we pop up in all sorts of places, from concert halls to care homes, and collaborate with a spectrum of artists, from classical superstars like Martha Argerich to iconic band, New Order. We opened the coveted Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury last year with our collaboration with the Hacienda DJs. Our Music Director and conductor, Gábor Takács-Nagy, is one of the finest musicians on the planet, and a magnet for international artists. A Registered Charity, we’re at the forefront of music-led dementia research, and our pioneering community programme helps to promote social change in our communities.

Manchester Camerata is looking for an enthusiastic and organised individual to join our team as a Concerts Coordinator.

The role will be a full-time member of the concerts team assisting the Head of Artistic Development and Programming (FT), Orchestra Manager (FT) and Creative Producer (PT) in coordinating the orchestras concerts activity, ensuring seamless delivery of all the work we do. You will be creative, proactive, committed and energetic, be a natural and open communicator, you will be highly organised, meticulous and have a strong eye for detail and above all a positive and confident approach.

Please visit our website for a full job description and more details on how to apply.

Deadline for applications: Monday 9 March, Midday.
Interviews: Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 March.

Contact details

jthomas@manchestercamerata.com

Annual Conference

The next conference will be held in London from 20-22 January 2021,
hosted by London Mozart Players and Fairfield Halls.