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The Florida Orchestra Announces:
Second Horn (tenure track)
Audition date: November 12 & 13, 2018
Resume deadline: October 15, 2018
Employment to begin January 2, 2019, or mutually agreed date.
The Florida Orchestra serves the Tampa Bay area.
2018-19 season is 32 weeks.
Benefits: Medical and instrument insurance; 6.54% contribution to AFM/Employer Pension Fund
For the audition repertoire list, click here.
HIGHLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES SHOULD SEND A ONE-PAGE RESUME TO: email@example.com
The audition committee reserves the right to dismiss any candidate not meeting the highest professional standards. Candidates must show proof of eligibility to be employed in the U.S. The audition committee reserves the right to dismiss any candidate not meeting the highest professional standards. Candidates must show proof of eligibility to be employed in the U.S.
TFO Prodigy Cultural Arts Program String Instructor
The Florida Orchestra seeks to hire beginning strings instructors to work with the Prodigy Cultural Arts Program. The Strings Instructor will help develop and deliver a strings programs in high poverty areas of Tampa in partnership with the University Area Community Development Corporation’s (UACDC) Prodigy Cultural Arts Program. In addition to teaching beginning strings classes to children ages 5-19, the program will focus on developing social justice programs within the music discipline. Classes meet 3 hours per week, generally after school during the week. Number of classes assigned is dependent upon program recruitment and capacity. May work some weekends. For a complete job description and how to apply, click here.