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Regno Unito
Caerdydd - Cardiff, Regno Unito
Pubb: 05 Aug 2022
Welsh National Opera

Welsh National Opera

Sub-Principal Flute (playing Section Principal & Piccolo as required)

£33,386 p/year
Sub-Principal Flute (playing Section Principal & Piccolo as required)

Welsh National Opera shares the power of live opera with audiences and communities across Wales and England – in theatres, in neighbourhoods and online.

We are seeking an exceptional Sub-Principal Flute to join the busy WNO Orchestra, participating in their eclectic mix of opera performances, symphonic concerts, chamber music, digital work and education projects across the UK and internationally. The successful candidate will have a very high standard of technical instrumental skill, musicality and performance and significant experience of playing with professional opera/ballet/symphony orchestras.

Deadline for Applications: Monday 29 August 2022 (midday)

Audition Requirements: Audition requirements will be posted on the WNO website.

Applicants shortlisted for audition will be invited to an audition in person in Cardiff – week commencing 17 October 2022 (video submissions accepted on request). Selected candidates may then be invited to play with the orchestra on the same day as part of the audition process.

Welsh National Opera is an Equal Opportunities Employer and a Registered Charity. We encourage people from any background to apply for vacancies. We are committed to creating a workforce which is representative of society and brings together people with a variety of skills and experiences to help shape what we do and how we work. We are particularly keen to hear from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and disabled candidates
scadenza: 29 Aug 2022
Più informazioni/How to apply:
Apply via the WNO website
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