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Update (Nov. 8, 2019): Graduate internship of 18 weeks. Thanks to Intégration Jeunesse, we can hire a University graduate in sales or communications. Interested candidates should email CVs and cover letters to cv@lascena.org Update (Oct. 8, 2019): the Fall internship has been filled. Thanks to all who have applied. We usually have funding for a Winter internship (beginning Jan. 7, 2019). Interested candidates should email CVs and cover letters to cv@lascena.org Intern (Editorial, Programming, Sales, Fundraising or Marketing) La Scene Musicale Location: Montreal, Quebec Posted: September 19, 2018 Deadline: as soon as possible Start Date (Ideal): By October 8, 2018 End Date: December 21,…

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The Opportunity The LMMC (Ladies’ Morning Musical Club) is seeking a dynamic, multi-talented Managing Director who has a passion for classical music and will enthusiastically help manage the organization, fundraise, and tell our unique story. The Managing Director will join the LMMC at a pivotal juncture in this newly established position, and will have the opportunity to shape the role and lead the organization into its next exciting chapter. Reporting to the President of the Board, the Managing Director will be the chief business officer responsible for conducting the operations of the LMMC including concert production, marketing & communications, revenue…

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Update: Three More Summer Interns funded by Canada Summer Jobs April 26, 2018: Thanks to a grant from Canada Summer Jobs, La Scena Musicale has three more summer internships: Editorial Assistant Web Programmer Fundraising or Sales (filled) 8-10 weeks, 30 hours per week $12/hr send cv to cv@lascena.org To be eligible, students must: be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment have been registered as full-time students in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or…

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APPLICATION INFORMATION: The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) announces the opening of two staff conductor positions— (1) TSO Resident Conductor, and (2) Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra (TSYO) Conductor—to begin during the 2018-2019 concert season. Qualified candidates may submit an application for one of these two part-time contract positions, or for a full-time contract for both roles. TSO Resident Conductor: The TSO Resident Conductor will work closely with Interim Artistic Director Sir Andrew Davis, TSO administrative staff, and the musicians of the TSO. This two-season position (2018-19 and 2019-20) includes significant podium time and repertoire building through a combination of conducting select…

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David Blackburn cares about opportunities for professional, classically trained singers. “I believe that everybody should at least be heard,” he says. And, preferably, heard live. It’s why he founded NYIOP. Since its inception in 2002, NYIOP has afforded one of the few leveraged opportunities for singers to audition in person for high-level casting representatives of professional opera companies from Europe and around the world – without having to travel to Europe, or wangle audition slots one theater at a time. And irrespective of whether they are managed or represented. “For years,” Blackburn explains, “everybody said ‘go to Europe!’ Singers were…

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Intern: Editorial, Programming, Marketing or Sales La Scene Musicale Location: Montreal, Quebec Posted: January 13, 2018 Deadline: ASAP Salary: $13/ hr Duration: 11-12 weeks until March 31, 2018 Full time: 35 hrs/week Young Canada Works: Must be less than 30 years old, Canadian, was a full-time student in Fall 2017 with the intention of returning to full-time studies in Fall 2018. Description (Editorial) Assisting the Editor in chief in his duties; Taking part in all tasks related to the preparation and publication of an arts magazine; Taking part in all editorial and production meetings; Working on production of editorial content under the editor’s supervision;…

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At the end of their school career, holding a degree from the university or conservatory, the young musician wonders: What do I do now? The possibilities are many, the choices uncertain. In a competitive environment, it is important to keep our career goals in mind and, most importantly, not to panic. I will try with this article to answer some questions based on my experiences and those of my colleagues. Diploma in hand, it’s the beginning of a new adventure. The important thing now is to find a source of motivation to keep improving our performances, our comfort on stage,…

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Editorial or Programming Intern La Scene Musicale Location: Montreal, Quebec Posted: September 26, 2017 Deadline: October 1, 2017 Salary: $12/ hr Young Canada Works: Must be less than 30 years old, Canadian, was a full-time student in Winter 2017 with the intention of returning to full-time studies in Winter 2018. Description Assisting the Editor in chief in his duties; Taking part in all tasks related to the preparation and publication of an arts magazine; Taking part in all editorial and production meetings; Working on production of editorial content under the editor’s supervision; Performing an array of writing and production related tasks; Updating magazine website and…

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July 24, 2017 – It is with bittersweet excitement that the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) wishes to announce the impending departure of RSO concertmaster, Simon MacDonald.  Simon has accepted a prestigious position as the Department Head for Strings at the Victoria Conservatory of Music (VCM), and will complete his position as concertmaster as of July 31, 2017. For the past three seasons, Simon has been a valuable member and leader in the RSO family. In his role as concertmaster, he has made a significant contribution artistically and within the organization. He inspired his colleagues – both on stage and off stage -…

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Developing Future Leaders and Strengthening Opera Companies July 19, 2017 (New York) — OPERA America, the national service organization for opera and the nation’s leading champion for American opera, is pleased to announce that 13 participants from the United States, Canada and Latin America have been selected for its 2017 Leadership Intensive program. These future industry leaders were chosen through a competitive selection process focusing on candidates’ potential to make significant contributions to the opera field. This program is made possible by the generous support of American Express. The Leadership Intensive exemplifies OPERA America’s long-standing commitment to identify and nurture leaders who will advance…

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