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Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (posted 7.8.10)
iZoptop (posted 5.25.10)
Juilliard Jazz Office (posted 4.23.10)
Somerville Community Growing Center (posted 4.23.10)
Artist's Resource Center (posted 4.23.10)
City of Somerville (posted 4.23.10)
Medford Arts Council (posted 4.23.10)
The Elizabeth Peabody House Association (posted 4.23.10)
SCM Community Transportation (posted 4.23.10)
Amalgam Digital internship (posted 3.18.10)
Abreu Fellows Program (posted 3.15.10) - Application due April 1, 2010
Music Director/Accompanist at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church of Malden (posted 3.15.10)
At Your Door Music ® (posted 3.4.10)
PALS Children's Chorus(posted 12.17.09)
notlob (posted 12.10.09)
At Your Door Music®
is now interviewing piano, guitar, voice and drum teachers to join our staff for the ’10-’11 school year.
At Your Door Music® is a traveling music school that offers in-home music lessons throughout Wellesley and Weston Massachusetts. We primarily teach beginner and intermediate level children ages seven and up. All our staff teach a diverse range of musical genres. This is a part-time job; we work afternoons and evenings Monday through Friday.
Applicants must have access to a reliable car (as we make housecalls exclusively), be patient, fun, friendly, enthusiastic, punctual and professional. Starting pay is $34 per completed lesson hour and $34 for same day cancellations.
> Visit www.aydm.com to learn more about our program. If you’d like to apply, please call or email Andrew Berke, Director of At Your Door Music® for more information and an application: director(at)aydm.com or 781-534-3259
We make audio products and technologies for sale and licensing worldwide. We have a
wide range of customers, from the millions of consumers who enjoy our audio enhancement to GRAMMY winning producers to the corporations who have licensed our
technologies for use in their own products.
> We're looking for a Software Engineer to help us create products and SDKs in C++.
Responsibilities will include user interface implementation and integration with signal
processing algorithms. (Click here to download the full job description) Please submit resumes to devjobs(at)izotope.com. The starting date can be flexible, but if
possible we'd prefer that you start immediately.
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church of Malden
> Music Director/Accompanist wanted for immediate hire!
include: direct adult choir, praise team, children's choir; provide accompaniment in worship services and special services; relate and work well with staff and lay leadership; knowledge of contemporary and traditional music
Salary negotiable. Contact Pastor Ruth Odour for more information. gsumcmalden(at)verizon.net, 781-321-2490
Current & Past Internship Opportunities
Abreu Fellows Program (NEC)
The year-long Abreu Fellows Program at New England Conservatory provides tuition-free instruction and a needs-based living stipend for 10 outstanding postgraduate musicians and music educators, "passionate for their art and for social justice," who seek to guide the development of El Sistema programs in the US and beyond. The second group of Abreu Fellows will begin their training in Boston in October 2010. The first semester includes visits to El Sistema-inspired startup programs in the US and a series of intensive workshops centered on both the musical and organizational components of the El Sistema approach to music education. The second semester will include a two-month period of applied study in Venezuela, followed by a three-week guided internship at a select program in the US. The Application Deadline is April 1, 2010. Please find the Abreu Fellows Program application materials at: http://www.necmusic.edu/abreu-fellows-apply
For more information please visit: http://www.elsistemausa.org
Please direct questions to: abreuassistant(at)necmusic.edu
Alternate Mode – Complete Solutions for the Electronic Drummer & Percussionist
It is Alternate Mode’s desire to make to the world's most musical, powerful and responsive drum and mallet controllers ever created. Whether you play the marimba or the vibes, acoustic drums or any other percussion or electronic percussion instrument, we want to create new tools of expression for you to enjoy for years to come!
> Contact Mario J DeCiutiis at mariokatman(at)gmail.com or 413-594 5190 for internship information.
Hip hop’s first digital retail store and independent record label is currently seeking Interns to work at our office located in East Boston. Amalgam Digital is the new media outfit responsible for launching hip-hop’s first genre specific digital retail store, also operates as a full-service independent record label with an artist roster that includes Young Riot, Joe Budden, Max B, Curren$y, Saigon, Peedi Crakk, DJ Benzi, Tame One, Tash (of Tha Alkaholiks), Kurious, and The Juggaknots.
Any persons that are interested should forward their resume to Intern(at)AmalgamDigital.com or fax it to 617-561-0926. Interviews will begin soon.
Artist's Resource Center
Every summer we host an administrative intern in the Artist’s Resource Center to assist us with data entry, research, and information management & update.
The Artist’s Resource Center (ARC) at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) functions as the career services department for the SMFA community. Our programming centers on one-on-one advising, resource development, and professional practices curriculum. We administer a formal credit-bearing internship program for enrolled students. The ARC maintains an extensive online resource called artSource that is available to anyone with Internet access. artSource features a wealth of active artist opportunities, including employment, internships, exhibitions & competitions, grants & residencies, public art commissions, studio space, and community events. It is also features a searchable directory of over 1,500 organizations and businesses and a Resource Library containing an organized collection of external weblinks.
> For more information contact Catherine Tutter, Director of ARC Internships, 617.369.3608, ctutter(at)smfa.edu, www.smfa.edu/arc
Boston Early Music Festival
Tufts Connection: Alumna Kathryn Sheehan, interned with them in the summer of 2007. Talk to her about her experience.
> Contact Kathleen Fay, executive director, for more information about current internship opportunities.
BUMP (Boston Urban Music Project)
The mission of BUMP (Boston Urban Music Project, Inc.) is to fortify urban youth by helping them gain musical proficiency, cultural literacy and personal resilience through African Diasporic music and mentoring. BUMP has two main initiatives: the BUMP Musicology Program and BUMP House.
> Click here for more information.
Boston Lyric Opera
Past interns: Alumni Emily Hoyler and Pamela Feo
Click here for more information on internship opportunities
Boston Philharmonic Orchestra
Become a part of the Boston Philharmonic team! Volunteers are needed for general office projects, concert merchandise sales, marketing campaigns, and concert and Gala preparation. Sharing your talents is an excellent way to learn more about the orchestra, make a difference in your local community and make new friends at the same time. Volunteers work to develop and strengthen public awareness of, and support for, the Boston Philharmonic, helping to ensure its financial well-being and providing much needed support for our small and dedicated staff.
Tufts Connection: Applied Faculty members Joanna Kurkowicz and Sarita Uranovsky are members.
> No previous experience is necessary. Whether you can spare an hour, two, ten, or more, please call Pamela Feo (Tufts Alumna) at 617-236-0999 or email pfeo(at)bostonphil.org
City of Somerville
The City has "gallery space" at City Hall in the main corridor on the second floor where it often exhibits art. Both students and exhibits organized by the Mayor's Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development, Historic Preservation or the Arts Council. The following unpaid internship opportunities are available.
Demand Analysis for Performing Arts Space in Somerville project: At a minimum, the intern will first inventory the existing performing arts space north of the Charles River (Somerville, Cambridge, Charlestown, Medford, Arlington, etc.) to identify the number of spaces, size of stage and house, amenities, rent rates, and location factors (close the parking, restaurants, other arts space). • The intern will inventory local performing arts groups, match them to their existing homes or commonly used spaces, and identify their desire and potential for growth (both in number of performances and audience). • The intern will identify space needs for regional and national touring acts and companies (music, dance, theater). • The intern will use the data collected in bullet points one and two to develop a pro forma that identifies the potential for performance space in Somerville including size of stage and house, back of house facilities including rehearsal space and dressing rooms, facility amenities, projected booking nights (occupancy) and revenue/expense projections.
> For more information contact: Rob May, Director of Economic Development, rmay(at)somervillema.gov, 617.625.6600 x2524
Drum Vibe LLC website
DrumVibe LLC is hiring an intern for the spring semester, 2010 to assist in product design and acoustic engineering. Interns will work directly with Martin Isaac, founder/musician and staff on various projects, including prototype development, design and laying out instruments, product development engineering, manufacturing chain and more. The drum is a new type of instrument similar to the Steel pan and the Hang drum. Distributor and Manufacturer of custom made vibe drums. Created instruments used in Concerts featuring the Tufts Chorale and Boston Modern Orchestra Project.
> Contact Martin Isaac for more internship information.
The Elizabeth Peabody House Association
Internships are available for students interested in working with underserved youth and families. Particularly, there are opportunities to develop new programming for children ages One Month to 14 Years. We have other volunteer opportunities working in our Emergency Food Pantry, in our administrative offices or facilities management division.
Located at 277 Broadway in Somerville, EPH has community meeting and theater space available for a multitude of purposes. We also invite arts organizations to collaborate with us to provide enrichment opportunities for the more than 200 families we serve on a monthly basis.
> For more information contact Ian J. Newton, Director of Finance and Operations. inewton(at)elizabethpeabodyhouse.org,
Handel and Haydn Society website
Tufts Connection: Alumna Kathryn Sheehan worked with the executive director and supervisor of the annual fund in the summer of 2008. Talk to her about her experience.
Juilliard Jazz Office
Seeking a summer intern for 2-3 days a week. Interns
will be responsible various projects and jazz tours that will be taking place.
>For more information contact: Bekah Gilbert, rgilbert(at)juilliard.edu
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
MASS MoCA seeks full-time interns for various departments. Spend any season in the culturally rich, naturally beautiful Berkshires, while gaining invaluable professional experience in the arts. Paid interns are given $100/wk stipend and free housing within a block of the complex. We also have academic internships where you can receive up to 12-15 credits for full time employment that could be arranged between the applicant’s school and MASS MoCA. We offer internships in the following departments: Performing Arts Administration (8/30/10-12/18/10), Marketing/Public Relations (9/13/10-12/31/10), and others. See the website for more information
> To apply to MASS MoCA Internship Program: Send cover letter resume, and two letters of references, via email, mail, or fax:
MASS MoCA c/o Meghan Robertson, Company Manager
1040 MASS MoCA Way North Adams, MA 01247
Fax: (413) 664-4519
Medford Arts Council
We seek interns in the fall to help collate grant proposals for distribution. The need is usually a single week in October. We are also actively seeking new members, preferably Medford
residents, including Tufts students, who would like to have an impact
on the local arts community.
The Medford Arts Council is a city-appointed agency of volunteers
working to promote excellence, access, education, and diversity in the
arts and humanities in order to improve the quality of life for all
Medford citizens and foster a sense of community. We offer grants to artists and organizations in Medford, and we work
to support the growth of the arts and the arts community in Medford.
Each year we provide funds to support numerous public activities in
Medford in the areas of arts and culture, including concerts,
festivals, performances, classes, and school field trips. The funds we
distribute are an annual allocation from the Massachusetts Cultural Council through their Local Cultural Council (LCC) program.
> For more information contact: Maria Daniels, Chair. chair(at)medfordartscouncil.org, www.medfordartscouncil.org
Opera Boston is a professional opera company dedicated to offering engaging musical productions of outstanding quality that connect audience and performer. Opera Boston presents innovative repertoire choices and important but rarely performed works. Opera Boston enriches the community through inventive outreach and education programs and by keeping opera affordable.
Tufts Connection: Tufts Symphony Orchestra Conductor and lecturer Gil Rose acts as the Music Director for Opera Boston.
> For more information on the organization and internship opportunities visit www.operaboston.org, email info(at)operaboston.com or call 617-451-3388.
SCM Community Transportation
Description of internship:
We would love to have a Tufts intern to assist us in creating the calendar, reaching out to elders, and project manager some of the events.
SCM Community Transportation promotes the independence of seniors and persons with disabilities through community-based transportation. Our friendly, safe and reliable services help people maintain healthy, mobile and connected lives. Our motto: Giving the Community a Lift!
With the support of the Tufts Health Plan Foundation, we have launched Door2Door to the Arts. This program gives senior citizens access to life-enriching arts and cultural activities. We develop seasonal calendars of arts activities, negotiate discounted pricing for events, promote the events with our ridership, and transport attendees, door-to-door, to events and activities.
> For more information contact Reed Cochran, Executive Director. 617.625.1191 x64; 167 Holland St, Somerville, MA 02144. www.scmtransportation.org
Somerville Community Center
The Somerville Community Growing Center is a 1⁄4 acre public space near Union Square. The Center is a place for people of all ages and backgrounds to gather, learn, and celebrate – to grow community. It is an urban oasis, a food production garden, a teaching space, a nature playground – and a cultural center. Each season, the Friends group develops a full calendar of largely free special events—music, dance, film, workshops and more. Historically, we have hosted significant performances highlighting traditional cultural traditions from across the globe from El Salvador to Sri Lanka, as providing a site for increasing understanding of the diversity of local cultures is a key goal.
We would entertain interns to: Help develop policies and procedures for recruiting, orienting and welcoming guest performers and/or public artists for installations or short-term residencies; Exploring funding sources to support artistic partnerships; Developing documentation of current art installations, for archives and web; Place-based creations of dance, music, film or visual arts performance/installations; Develop a Growing Center art calendar to highlight the site and local artists
> For more information
contact: Lisa Brukilacchion & Tai Dannan (Board members, Friends of the Community Growing Center); 617.666.2969; postal mail - FCG, 16 Holyoke Rd, Somerville, MA 02144; www.thegrowingcenter.org
SONiVOX, from Sonic Network, Inc., is a suite of sound products that provide leading audio technology and content to a wide array of customers, from professional musicians to mass mobile consumers. SONiVOX products are licensed in several markets, including wireless devices, PCs, games, software applications and music synthesizers, as well as sold directly to end users.
> Contact Jennifer Hruska at jhruska(at)sonivoxrocks.com or 617-718-0202 for internship information.
Foremost creator and distributor of virtual piano software.
Tufts Connection: Current Tufts student Jason Clark has worked on a paid internship with Synthogy. For more information contact him at Jason.clark(at)tufts.edu
Contact Joe Ierardi, President, at joei(at)synthogy.com for internship information.
Harmonix Music Systems website
Harmonix Music is a videogame development company based in Cambridge, MA. Known worldwide for its addictive music games and groundbreaking design innovation, Harmonix was founded with a simple mission: To make the thrills of music-making accessible to non-musicians. Our best-known games, Rock Band and Rock Band 2, have brought that mission to living rooms, garages, and practice spaces around the world. A full-blown band simulation game that combines guitar, bass, drum and singing gameplay — as well as online multiplayer competition and co-op play — Rock Band and its sequel have become a true cultural phenomenon; hailed as “the ultimate music game” (Wired) and “the best party game ever made” (Time). The games have appealed equally to rock-crazed kids and their parents, to newbies and seasoned musicians alike.
Tufts Connection: Tufts alums Adam Arrigo and Dan Bruno are both employed at Harmonix, contact them at adam.arrigo(at)gmail.com and dan(at)danbruno.net.
Davis, Shapiro, Lewit, Montone & Hayes
Law firm for music industry professionals including The White Stripes, Tool, Missy Elliot, System of a Down, Kylie Minogue, and Staind. Summer internships available.
Tufts Connection: Current student Rob Seiden.
Kurzweil Music Systems website
Producer and distributor of digital keyboards, pianos, and support equipment.
Tufts Connection: Alumnus Renato Montenegro does contract work for them, contact him at thepartysover82(at)gmail.com.
iZotope is a research-driven audio technology company based in Boston, Massachusetts. Its products and audio technology are used by millions of people in over 50 countries, from independent musicians to major broadcast and recording studios and GRAMMY Award winners. iZotope focuses on developing innovative audio technology for professional and consumer applications. This core technology is presented to customers in its award-winning product line and through its extensive licensing program.
We are at an exciting time in the evolution of audio technology. Tremendous advances in computing power have created possibilities in signal processing that were unthinkable just a few years ago. At iZotope, we are committed to seeing the full potential of this evolution delivered to every customer. From world-class implementations of traditional effects to completely new classes of audio transforms.
Tufts Connection: Current Tufts student Aaron Wishnik participating in a paid internship, contact him at aaron.wishnik(at)tufts.edu.
Email izotpe(at)izotope.com for more information.
Music National Service website
Music National Service (MNS) is a national nonprofit and movement that supports music as a strategy for public good. MNS recently launched a domestic “musical Peace Corps” called MusicianCorps in four cities – SF/Oakland Bay Area, Chicago, New Orleans and Seattle – where twenty-one MusicianCorps Fellows serve full-time in public schools, parks and recreation centers, children’s and veteran's hospitals, public housing communities and elsewhere in return for a living stipend, health benefits and professional development.
The music industry is transforming from a model where a few tastemakers (labels) produced and distributed product to consumers through narrowly controlled channels to a model where artists can quickly and easily create content and provide it directly to fan communities through a variety of wide open channels. Fans have virtually unlimited access via myriad online discovery sites, social networks, and over the air channels. Our mission is to provide THE direct-to-fan business platform that successful artists, managers, labels and the entire music ecosystem use to collaborate and thrive.
> For more information and internship inquiries contact Phil Antonaides at sales(at)nimbit.com or 866-864-6248.
NotloB *new posting!*
NotloB Folk Concerts are 100% volunteer run and not for profit. Patron donations go to covering production expenses (rent, sound engineer, green room food, publicity) and paying the artists.
Concerts are a labor of love that require many hours of volunteer labor. Volunteering is fun and very rewarding. Each show requires 3-5 people to set up and take down lighting, receive donations, sell artist merchandise, and set up and take down the green room. Outside concerts, volunteers help with publicity.
Most needed: social media promotion, street team/publicity (specifically someone with access to a color copier), website hosting and administration. In exchange for being selected to assist 4-5 hours/concert doing varied tasks or other approved tasks such as publicity or street teaming, volunteers receive: A seat (when not needed elsewhere), Knowledge how to produce a concert, Something to put on your resume.
> If you have questions or are interested, send email to notlobreservations(at)comcast.net with your qualifications and the concerts you’d like to work.
We're the world's largest site for gigging musicians – and for good reason. Our bands are paying members who use Sonicbids to connect with promoters across the globe. With our network of partners and community of emerging bands, we're able to develop innovative music marketing programs for a wide variety of national and international brands. The bands, fans and promoters who come together through Sonicbids create a powerful resource for sponsors looking to connect with the lifestyle of those driven by a desire to make, promote, and listen to great music.
For more information on internship and job opportunities email jobs(at)sonicbids.
Like a lot of good ideas, ZUMIX started in someone's living room. Co-Founders Bob Grove and current Executive Director Madeleine Steczynski began with a simple principal - every child needs something to feel passionate about, and for many teens their passion is music. In the summer of 1991 they recruited 24 youth ages 8-18 to participate in a song-writing and performance program. In 1993, ZUMIX began serving the broader community with the establishment of Music in Maverick Square. The move to their current facility in 1996 enabled ZUMIX to launch Community Arts programs, welcoming local residents to intimate arts-related gatherings in a small, but vital arts space.
In 1994, a community needs and resource assessment conducted by the East Boston Healthy Boston Coalition listed increased arts activity as one of its main priorities. In 1997, ZUMIX was chosen to lead Cultural Connections- a three-year, multi-agency, Neighborhood Preservation Initiative funded by the Pew Charitable Trust.
In 2005, ZUMIX received the "Best Practice Award for Teen Centered Environment" from The Boston Foundation & Greater Boston After-School for All partnership. In 2006 ZUMIX was selected as a semi-finalist for the competitive Federal Coming-Up Taller Award, and was chosen as a 2006 Social Innovator for the Social Innovation Forum at MIT.
For internship/volunteer information contact Corey DePina at 857-492-3199 or cdepina(at)zumix.org.
In 1970, with only their passionate enthusiasm for American roots music lighting the way, three Cambridge, Massachusetts college students cast their lot into the perilous music industry. "Before founding Rounder, we were basically music fans," says Rounder Records co-founder Ken Irwin. "None of us," echoes co-conspirator Bill Nowlin, "had any record industry experience whatsoever." Yet this untested trio went the distance: from humble beginnings over thirty years ago to what is now America's premier independent record label. From its early interest in rural American music (via fiddle, stringband, blues, and bluegrass recordings) to an expansive catalogue of more than 3,000 titles running the gamut from folk to world, soul to socas, jazz to juju, Cajun to Celtic, and beyond, Rounder has emerged as the preeminent source for vital, uncompromised music of all genres.
Come be a part of the excitement at Rounder Records, the country's leading independent record label! Our internship programs offer students real business experience and invaluable exposure to the music industry.
We offer a flexible, casual atmosphere with diversity and unmatched opportunities! We look for dedicated individuals that are hardworking, professional and personable.
We continually have internships in the following departments: A&R, Sales & Marketing, Music Publishing, Promotions, Publicity, Product Management.
Assist in various tasks including assembling articles for artist press kits, assisting with phone calls to radio stations to researching album sales, data entry, assisting with promotional mailings and other necessary work on nationally-distributed artists. Duties also include faxing, filing and assisting with research projects.
Candidates should possess excellent communication and organizational skills; computer skills; attention to detail; strong interest in the music business, specifically in the above areas. We offer internships year-round and will adapt to the students' needs whenever possible. Specific responsibilities and duties vary each semester. All internships are unpaid and must be done for college credit.
> If you are interested in an internship, please email your cover letter and resume stating your department of interest to internships(at)rounder.com, attention Human Resources Department.
Boston Children’s Chorus
The Boston Children’s Chorus harnesses the power and joy of music to unite our city’s diverse communities and inspire social change. Our singers transcend social barriers in a celebration of shared humanity and love of music. Through intensive choral training and high-profile public performance experience (locally, throughout the U.S. and around the world), they learn discipline, develop leadership skills, and proudly represent the city of Boston as ambassadors of harmony.
The Boston Children’s Chorus has an opening for an intern at their headquarters at 112 Shawmut Avenue in Boston. This is an exciting opportunity to participate in the operations of an inspiring children’s choral music program.
Hours: 8-12 hours per week (approximate); weekdays.
Responsibilities: Intern will provide support to Development, Foundation Relations, Program, and Business staff. He/She will perform a variety of duties related to chorus rehearsals and concerts, as well as to periodic special events. In addition, he/she will maintain integrity of select databases, prepare press and other information packets, and handle tasks such as mailings and filing.
Requirements: Candidate should have excellent problem-solving and time management skills. He/she needs to be reliable, organized and professional. Candidate should also have an interest or major in arts, music, and/or community-building. Boston Children’s Chorus has a small staff working in a growing, exciting, mission-driven environment, and intern should also bring enthusiasm and flexibility to position. If qualified applicant needs academic credit for internship, BCC will strive to provide it. This is an unpaid position.
To apply for this opportunity, please call 617-778-2242.
PALS Children's Chorus website
PALS would give an intern the opportunity to assist the conductor in rehearsal, working one on one with kids that need extra help. The intern would also the conductor get ready and set up for rehearsal, help children with any needs that come up during rehearsal, and encourage focus and professionalism during rehearsal and performance. Possible opportunities for student teaching, vocal coaching, drama coaching, and conducting.
> Contact Alysoun Kegel, Artistic Director, for more information at akegel(at)palschildrenschorus.org or 617.835.6655.
Community Musicworks website
Based on the conviction that musicians can play an important public service role, Community MusicWorks has created an opportunity for a professional string quartet to build and transform its own urban community.
Through the permanent residency of the Providence String Quartet, Community MusicWorks provides free after-school education and performance programs that build meaningful long-term relationships between professional musicians, children, and families in urban neighborhoods of Providence, Rhode Island.
In 2006, Community MusicWorks successfully piloted a two-year Fellowship Program in order to share its unique model with interested musicians and urban communities from across the country. A semi-annual Institute for Musicianship and Public Service was added in 2009.
Live Nation's mission is to maximize the live concert experience. Our core business is producing, marketing and selling live concerts for artists via our global concert pipe. Live Nation is the largest producer of live concerts in the world, annually producing over 16,000 concerts for 1,500 artists in 57 countries. The company sells over 45 million concert tickets a year and expects to drive over 60 million unique visitors to LiveNation.com in 2008. Live Nation is transforming the concert business by expanding its concert platform into ticketing and building the industry's first artist-to-fan vertically integrated concert platform. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California.
> http://www.livenationcareers.com for Nationwide Job Opportunities.
Cantata Singers website
WHO WE ARE and WHAT WE DO: Cantata Singers was founded in 1964 to perform the cantatas of J.S. Bach—a body of works largely unknown at that time. Since then the group has expanded its horizons to include repertoire from the 17th century to the present day. Winner of the ASCAP/Chorus America Award for Adventurous Programming of Contemporary Music, the organization is dedicated to challenging programming and the commissioning of new works, including John Harbison’s Pulitzer Prize-winning The Flight Into Egypt. The group has also recorded music of Schütz, J.S. Bach, Stravinsky, and many contemporary composers. Under the musical direction of David Hoose, the 44-member Cantata Singers chorus and orchestra presents a four-program subscription series in New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, as well as a chamber series under the direction of pianist Allison Voth. In addition to concerts, Cantata Singers sponsors an educational program called Classroom Cantatas, which enables students in public schools to compose, rehearse, and perform their own songs.
WHAT WE OFFER: Cantata Singers will provide the intern with well-rounded, hands-on experience in an informal, comfortable setting—and free tickets to our extraordinary concerts! The small size of the staff ensures greater access to the Executive Director and upper management. Duties may include: production, promotion/marketing, development, recordings, financial, general.
> Contact Jessica Goodyear at jgoodyear(at)cantatasingers.org or 617.868.5885 for more information.
CNC Music Productions Inc.
We are currently seeking interns for our Music Business Internship and our Live Sound Internship. Interns should be current college students in the Boston area with the desire to learn and have fun while doing it. Preference is given to students interning for credit.
Responsibilities include assisting with booking, promotions, PR and various administrative tasks. Interns also need to be available 1-2 nights per week to work at one of our shows.
If you are interested in an internship with CNC Music Productions, please forward a resume and cover letter via email to Christie Leigh, President. Resumes without a cover letter will not be accepted. All internships are unpaid with possible promotion to a paid position.
External arts intership listings
hireculture.org - Sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council
idealist.org - Non-profit employment opportunities
If you have an internship opportunity to share please contact Joseph Auner joseph.auner(at)tufts.edu or 617-627-3564