For AUDITIONS see the bottom of this page.
Artistic Administrator / Grantwriter (Atlanta)
New Trinity Baroque, Atlanta's leading early music ensemble, choir & orchestra, is accepting resumes from interested parties for the position of GRANTWRITER (part time). Now in its fifteenth season in Atlanta, New Trinity Baroque presents on average 15 concerts and other events per annum. NTB also maintains an active recording schedule: last year it released one CDs and recorded one more, with two more planned for the release during the 2013/14 concert season.
Grantwriter's duties will include researching, preparing and submitting grant proposals to various government organizations (e.g. National Endowment for the Arts) and foundations. Artistic Administrator is also involved in variety of artistic-related duties. The salary is competitive. Interested persons may write to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive more information or call us at 770-638-7574. Additional info about the ensemble can be found on its website, www.newtrinitybaroque.com. Relocation is not required.
NTB is a registered 501(c)(3) non-for-profit corporation and an equal opportunity employer.
(posted August 9, 2013)
AUDITIONS: We are always looking for singers of all voice types as well as period instrumentalists who are interested to perform as soloists or members of our chamber choir and instrumental ensemble.
If you are interested, please send us your Resume and mp3 sound samples via E-mail: email@example.com. By snail mail, please write to: New Trinity Baroque, 2479 Peachtree Rd NE, Suite 101, Atlanta, GA 30305. We look forward to hearing from you!
You may also call us at the following numbers:
(770) 638-7574 (tel. & fax at the office),
(404) 414-5510 (Artistic Director)
Update - as of August 9th, 2013:
We are excited to receive so many applications from musicians - especially singers - who are interested to perform with us. New Trinity Baroque would love to be able to use all this incredible talent. However, we can accommodate only a handful of singers and players each new season. The positions are filled as they become available, and there might often no open positions for months. And since we plan our season minimum one year in advance, we often make this plans based on already known personnel.
We will continue to accept new materials. Each applicant can be fully assured that his/her application materials will be given full and appropriate attention. However, due to the large number of applications, we will be able to respond only IF WE ARE INTERESTED TO OFFER YOU AN AUDITION.
We encourage all applicants to immediately send us a Demo CD or mp3 files (many prospective applicants first contact us with the question if this should be the case, and the answer is "Yes"). Sometimes opportunities arise very quickly, and if we can offer you an engagement, we may want to give you a call. By sending us all your materials (resume, headshot, AND your CD or audio samples in digital format) we will be able to know about your singing or playing (even if we didn't hear you live) at the time when the opportunity arises. This is especially the case with small or medium singing roles, the choir, or tutti orchestra players. Electronic submission (including MP3 files) are encouraged.
Once again, thank you very much for your interest and support.