10 March 2016

music jobs in american area

http://www.peabody.jhu.edu/conservatory/mecc/jobsearch/#orchestra

mozarteumorchester

http://www.mozarteumorchester.at/vakanzen.html

01 September 2014

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With HELLO STAGE you will be able to create a website public to everyone. But more importantly, all the information you list there will be fed into our databases. This is rapidly becoming one of the most important tools for promoters when looking for soloists, ensembles, composers etc.

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17 March 2014

JOBS IN USA

JOB IN USA

Münchner Philharmoniker

Vacancies

As of now
Two second violins tutti
Mandatory pieces: one Mozart concerto as well as a grand violin concerto of the musician’s own choice
Date of audition: May 15, 2014

As of now
One first solo viola
Mandatory pieces: one classical concerto and a Bartók concerto
Date of audition: July 7, 2014

As of now
One viola tutti
Mandatory pieces: one classical concerto and a Bartók concerto or Walton concerto or "Schwanendreher" by Hindemith
Date of audition: April 8, 2014

As of now
One solo double bass
Mandatory pieces: Dittersdorf, Vanhal or Hoffmeister concerto as well as a Romantic concerto of the musician’s own choice
Date of audition: June 5, 2014

As of now
One double bass tutti (50%)
Mandatory pieces: Dittersdorf, Vanhal or Hoffmeister concerto as well as a Romantic concerto of the musician’s own choice
Date of audition: to be announced

As of now
One solo bassoon 
Mandatory pieces: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Bassoon Concerto KV191 1st movement up to reprise (bar 102) and 2nd movement up to bar 26 as well as Carl Maria von Weber Bassoon Concerto op. 75 1st movement exposition and 2nd movement
Date of audition: to be announced

As of now
One solo horn 
with a commitment to Wagner Tuba and descant horn
Mandatory pieces: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-flat major and Richard Strauss’ Horn Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, op. 11
Date of audition: April 7, 2014

As of now
One solo harp
Mandatory pieces: to be announced
Date of audition: June 16, 2014

From September 1st, 2014
One second violin tutti

Mandatory pieces: one Mozart concerto as well as a grand violin concerto of the musician’s own choice
Date of audition: May 15, 2014

From September 1st, 2014
One double bass tutti (100%)
Mandatory pieces: Dittersdorf, Vanhal or Hoffmeister concerto as well as a Romantic concerto of the musician’s own choice
Date of audition: to be announced

From November 1st, 2014
One first violin tutti
Mandatory pieces: one Mozart concerto as well as a grand violin concerto of the musician’s own choice
Date of audition: March 28, 2014

From June 1st, 2015
One deputy concert master of first violins
Mandatory pieces: one Mozart concerto as well as a grand violin concerto of the musician’s own choice
Date of audition: June 26, 2014

Compensation in accordance with the collective agreement of the Münchner Philharmoniker.
Please address your application with CV and copies of certificates (only copies, since the documents will not be returned) to:

Münchner Philharmoniker
Kellerstr. 4
81667 München
philharmoniker(at)muenchen.de
http://www.mphil.de/en/orchestra/vacancies.html

Helsinki Philarmonic Orchestra (Concertmaster, Oboe, Double Bass, Trumpet)

 http://www.hel.fi/hki/HKO/en/Open+positions




12 March 2014

Fwd: CIPC Young Artists Now Accepting Applications



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APPLY ONLINE NOW

Applications are now open for CIPC Young Artists, an international competition for pianists ages 12 through 18 presented by the Cleveland International Piano Competition.   Complete instructions for completing the application can be found HERE.

The event will be held May 13-22, 2015 at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio.  Contestants will participate in two age groups:  Juniors (age 12 to 15) and Seniors (age 16 to 18).  Pianists from any country are invited to apply; those who are accepted will be housed in dormitories on the Baldwin Wallace campus for the duration of the competition.

An institute will be held concurrently with the competition, during which time the students will receive master classes and coaching from members of the jury and guest lecturers.  The institute also will feature guest artist recitals and symposia.

Students in each age group will perform three solo rounds and one final round with orchestra in front of audiences and a professional jury.  All candidates will perform two rounds before the first jury vote.  Six candidates from each age group will advance to the Semi-Final round and two candidates from each age group will advance to the Final round.

The Jury
Paul Schenly, Chairman, USA

Yoheved Kaplinsky, USA

Dorian Leljak, Serbia/Croatia

Sean Schulze, USA/South Africa

Alexander Schimpf, Germany

Kyung Sook Lee, South Korea

Lei Weng, China

Prizes

Junior Division

John and Maxeen Flower First Prize: $10,000

Second Prize: $5,000

Third Prize: $2,500
Senior Division
First Prize, presented by Zoya Reyzis: $25,000

Second Prize: $10,000

Third Prize: $5,000

Application and Repertoire
Instructions for completing the application and repertoire requirements can be found HERE.  Please call the Competition office at 216-707-5397 with any questions.

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