Death of Classical, based in New York City, is an award-winning classical music and opera concert presenter and producer, committed to new life to the performing arts by creating unique and unexpected concert experiences.
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The Associate Director of Institutional Giving, reporting to the Vice President of Development, manages and executes all aspects of the corporate, foundation, and government fundraising program to achieve annual and special project goals, including a potential capital campaign in the near future.
The Brevard Music Center is currently accepting applications for an array of Arts Administrative and Production summer staff positions.These positions are a wonderful opportunity to work
Grand Harmonie is seeking an intern to help with concert management and development duties. As Grand Harmonie is an artist-run ensemble which self-produces its own concerts, the intern will see up-close the interaction of artistic and administrative decisions and the skill set necessary to run a small nonprofit.
Project STEP is a string instrument training program for musically talented children of color who are underrepresented within the field of classical music. More than just a music education program, STEP is a tightly knit community of students
From the Top seeks a highly organized and detail-oriented professional to coordinate our admissions application systems, assist with recruitment and booking of talented young musicians, and provide administrative support to the Admissions & Scholarship department.
Cantata Singers is seeking interns to support day to day administrative operations. Interns will have the opportunity to see from the inside how a small nonprofit arts organization is run, with exposure to all aspects of nonprofit management
Cantata Singers is seeking volunteers for their next concert, A Seasonal Celebration holiday concert with a mix of festive music from the Renaissance through the twentieth-century. Composers Monteverdi, Lassus, Schoenberg, and Distler are featured on this concert, which includes a lovely setting of a beloved German carol, “Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen.”
The New England Philharmonic, under the direction of Richard Pittman, will present their annual family concert “The Big Bad Wolf” on December 11 at 3 p.m. at the Tsai Performance Center. The concert’s highlights include Paul Patterson’s ‘Little Red Riding Hood Song Book’ with the Boston City Singers and a performance by the NEP’s 22nd […]
Cantata Singers’ 53rd season opens with J.S. Bach’s intricate Cantata 109, radiant Cantata 147, and the United States premiere of the virtuosic “Laetatus Sum” for soprano and mezzo-soprano by Czech Baroque composer Jan Dismas Zelenka.