Auditions Sunday 6 – Monday 7 April 2014.
Successful applicants will be invited to an audition consisting of: A first round for which we would like you to prepare the entire FIRST movement (only) of either the Hoffmeister or Stamitz concertos – of your choice - including cadenza. Plus you will be asked to play some of the orchestral excerpts of the panel’s choice.
You may then be asked for a second round, later the same day, in which case we would like you to perform the first movement of either of the Bartok, Walton or Hindemith viola concertos, chosen by you, one movement of any solo Bach plus some further orchestral excerpts.
The orchestral excerpts will be provided by the Philharmonia in advance of your audition.
Closing date: 21 February 2014
An opportunity has arisen for an outstanding individual to lead and manage the Philharmonia Orchestra’s Digital Department, which comprises three inter-connected teams: website, video and production. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate excellent organisational, numeracy and communication skills, an ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, and a knowledge and appreciation of classical music.
Salary: attractive package, commensurate with experience.
Closing date: 20 January 2014, 17:00
Contact: Fiona Martin (email@example.com)
Download: Head Of Digital Dec 2013.pdf
Traineeships Currently Available
The Philharmonia is offering a traineeship within its Music Library. This is an invaluable opportunity to gain insight and experience working with one of the most succesful and busiest Orchestras in the country.
Orchestral Librarianship is a varied and specialised career path. It requires high levels of musical knowledge and organisational skills. You will have the opportunity to work alongside some of the world’s most respected conductors and soloists, and will have a daily relationship with the Philharmonia Orchestra’s players and Concerts Department staff.
Hours: Full-time including some evenings and weekends
Interviews will be held on 3rd January and candidates will be notified before Christmas
The successful candidate would ideally start mid-January and will last 6 months.
Placements are voluntary and unpaid, although travel expenses (maximum equivalent of monthly travelcard, London zones 1 - 6, per month, during each Trainee placement) and a lunch allowance are available.
To apply please send your CV and Covering Letter to Tim Cotter, Librarian
Closing date: 18 December 2013, 17:00
Contact: Tim Cotter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Download: Trainee Job Description.pdf