Seattle Auditions, Arts Jobs, & Announcements: March 2019

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Auditions, jobs, announcements

  • KEXP is accepting applications for a volunteer engagement manager.
  • Seattle Collaborative Orchestra seeks awesome violin, cello, bass, and trombone players to join our diverse, multigenerational performing arts organization dedicated to diversity in symphonic classical music. SCO is also looking for a dynamic development and marketing intern.
  • Resonance at SOMA Towers is hiring a full-time event sales specialist.
  • Coyote Central is looking for two experienced teaching artists, one visual and one performance, for Hit the Streets 2019.
  • Nik Bartsch: The Essence of Music is holding a Tiny Orchestral Weekend Workshop on March 16th and 17th.
  • Northwest Folklife is hiring a community relations & fundraising lead and offers a digital media & marketing internship and a development internship.
  • Bach in the Subways has schedule openings for musicians to perform on March 23rd and 24th.
  • Town Hall Seattle is hiring a patron services associate, patron services lead, part-time house manager, and house manager.
  • Lotus Chamber Music Festival seeks string players and pianists to participate in a unique summer music festival that combines chamber music and holistic wellness.
  • Pacific Sound Chorus, an energetic and fun group of women who love singing 4 part a cappella harmony, is searching for their next director.
  • The Pacific Northwest Conducting Institute is accepting applications from active conductors and auditors.
  • Key To Change is looking for a donor and event manager.
  • Seattle Opera is seeking designers, an assistant production manager, box office representatives, audience services representatives as well as offering several internships.
  • Seattle Opera is now accepting audition inquiries for the next open chorus auditions for the supplemental chorus roster in March 2019.
  • The Seattle Symphony is seeking an assistant to music director + chorale manager + artistic liaison, data operations coordinator, ticket office coordinator, part-time ticket services associate, part-time marketing assistant, sales and fundraising representatives, resident technical staff – stage crew, and ushers.
  • University of Washington is looking for a finance director for the Meany Center for the Performing Arts.
  • Rain City Symphony Community Orchestra, meeting in North Seattle, seeksstring bass players.
  • Bremerton Youth Symphony is hiring a youth chorale director and stage assistant.
  • Seattle Rock Orchestra is accepting registrations their summer intensive for middle and high school band, orchestra, and choir students.
  • The Seattle Philharmonic seeks strong violinists, violists, and cellists to audition: come be a part of a fun, dynamic orchestra!
  • Bellevue Presbyterian Church is searching for a director of music + worship.
  • Northwest Boychoir is looking for boys ages 6-9 for enrollment; no prior musical training required, just musical aptitude and enjoyment of music.
  • Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra (SYSO) invites alumni to register for the 75th anniversary alumni orchestra.
  • Chamber Music Madness offers a one-day workshop for amateur adult musicians and student musicians age 13-24 to meet and play chamber music, March 16th, 2019, Haller Lake United Methodist Church.
  • The Sammamish Symphony Orchestra and Adam Stern, conductor and music director, announced openings for talented and dedicated volunteer musicians in several sections for our 2018-2019 season and are also lookingfor volunteers to help with day-of concert lobby activities.
  • Two spaces available at Apex Co-op, Seattle. Tour and turn in an application by March 24th for consideration.
  • Gallery Concerts is seeking board members and volunteers to usher.

Notable deadlines

Media calendar deadlines

  • Seattle Magazine – submit events 3 months ahead for the print calendar
  • City Arts – City Arts is currently on hiatus and is not accepting calendar submissions.
  • Seattle Times – submit 14 days ahead for consideration in the curated classical listings (online & print)
  • The Stranger – submit any time to the online “Things to Do” calendar; for the quarterly Seattle Art & Performancesubmit at least 5 weeks before the start of the quarter in which the event will take place
  • Seattle Met – submit 2-4 weeks ahead of event for the online calendar
  • Live Music Project – submit 1 week prior to performance date; deadline for weekend email listings is Mondays @ 5pm

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