ASSISTANT PRODUCER

Wellington based

Closing date:
Mon 5 December 2022

 
IMPORTANT:
We reserve the right to interview and appoint before the closing date

Looking for the next generation of producers!

Your role would be to provide producing support to all activities of our three iconic vocal ensembles, the New Zealand Youth Choir, New Zealand Secondary Students’ Choir and Voices New Zealand.

The assisting producing work includes the logistic preparation and planning of the choir’s activities, travel arrangements, scheduling and administration. You would also contribute to tour-managing the choirs within New Zealand from time to time and support the touring party and artists on the road.

You would work closely with the choir managers to support and learn the development of project budgets, funding applications, music score sourcing and distribution, recording, marketing and the day-to-day arts management of our touring artists.

This is a great entry level position that is also suitable to graduates to learn everything about arts management

We accept applications now to joinus@choirsnz.co.nz  but no later than Tuesday 29 November 2022.

You can find more info about this role in this JOB SCOPE

MUSIC DIRECTOR - AOTEAROA NZ ACADEMY CHOIR

NZ based

Closed

 
IMPORTANT:
We reserve the right to interview and appoint before the closing date

With a growing number of young singers seeking high quality choral training, we are forming our latest national training choir, the Aotearoa New Zealand Academy Choir.

Working in the same artistic space of the New Zealand Youth Choir and the New Zealand Secondary Student’s Choir, the Academy Choir will provide training for singers 14-24 years of age in the proven tradition of excellence of our national choirs. Those singers may be on the pathway to successfully audition for NZYC or NZSSC.

If you are experienced at working with young people, and passionate about a diverse choral repertoire including waiata from Aotearoa and the Pacific, we would love to hear from you. Our new MD would have worked in a similar aspirational choral environment as a leader, and is able to curate a programme in line with our national choirs’ pedagogy.

The MD is supported by and contributes to a professional team and will benefit from a supportive partnership with the artistic team of the other national choirs.

It is envisaged that Academy Choir works in an annual cycle and meets 3 – 4 times per year during school holidays.

Interviews for this position will take place in December or January in time for a first course in April 2023.

The successful candidate will be appointed as a contractor to lead the inaugural 2023 Academy Choir.

We accept applications now to joinus@choirsnz.co.nz  but no later than Thursday 10 November 2022.

You can find more info about this role in this JOB SCOPE

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