Empleo - Interpretación

Estados Unidos
Greenville, SC, Estados Unidos
Pub: 30 Nov 2021
Greenville Symphony Orchestra

Greenville Symphony Orchestra

Music Director

The Music Director reports directly to the Board and is responsible for the fulfillment of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra’s (GSO) artistic potential and its image in the community. The Music Director is responsible for the repertoire, programming, and artistic production. The Music Director participates in auditions and has a significant influence (higher percentage of the vote) when selecting new musicians. As the GSO’s artistic leader, she/he must build and sustain the orchestra’s visibility and involvement in the community. The Music Director is expected to work closely with the musicians, Executive Director, GSO staff, and Board President in carrying out these responsibilities.

Candidate background
● 3 years professional conducting experience, recommended
● Degree in music, recommended

Salary and Contract
Multi-year contract at competitive salary and benefits dependent upon experience and availability (expected range competitive in a Group 4 orchestra).

How to apply
If you are interested in this position, then we invite you to apply by January 31st, 2022.
To apply, please email gsomusicdirector@gmail.com:
● Your resume, preferably no longer than 3 pages
A link to a short, casual video no longer than 4 minutes. This video can be recorded with your phone, preferably in a quiet place, and should tell us about yourself and let us know your approach to being an orchestral conductor and Music Director. (more instructions about uploading this video can be found at https://gsomusicdirectorsearch.com/

Desirable qualities and skills: Please visit https://gsomusicdirectorsearch.com/ for a complete description.
fecha límite: 31 Jan 2022
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