Orchestras Live is recruiting for a number of roles as we embark on a period of organisational development.
It’s an exciting time to be working with us. The next year will see us launching new ideas and ways of working, as well as continuing to support our partners and the sector to recover from the pandemic. Our new business plan gives renewed emphasis to our work with local communities, developing our national footprint through staged regional development. Our plans implement lessons learned over the past year; harnessing the potential of digital technology, advocating for music’s role in promoting health and wellbeing and playing our part in driving inclusion across all aspects of the orchestral sector.
We’re looking for talented and energetic individuals who share our commitment to, and want to play a part in, making sure that everyone has the opportunity to access high-quality orchestral experiences.
Freelance Researcher (digital)
We’re currently exploring new ways of working and using technology in the sector. Part of this work includes looking into touring and how this can be done differently. We need a researcher with strong knowledge of digital production across a range of platforms and formats and familiarity with recent creative digital output of UK professional arts organisations, including orchestras, to undertake some exploratory research for us over the summer.
Closing date: Wednesday 16 June at 5pm
Regional Producer - Midlands
We’re looking for a producer to join our team to develop and co-ordinate Orchestras Live’s activity in the Midlands.
This role will work closely with the rest of the producing team to collaborate with our partners and networks to identify and develop creative projects that are innovative and impactful, engaging new audiences and participants in experiences of live orchestral music.
Closing date: Wednesday 30 June at 5pm
Join our Board
We have vacancies for trustees to join our Board. Trustees play a crucial role in helping Orchestras Live to create environments where music and creativity can thrive and providing strategic check and challenge to the staff team.
We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, age groups and cultures. It is not necessary to have worked in the arts or have previous trustee or committee experience, as information and training will be provided.
Find out more about our current trustees.
Closing date: Monday 5 July at 5pm