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Development Manager - Annapolis Symphony Orchestra

The Development Manager’s primary responsibility is to manage fundraising operations, special campaigns, and planned giving activities to achieve goals. This new management position will be instrumental in achieving the success of a new five-year plan to make the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra a model of a 21st century orchestra. The position reports to the Executive Director & Chief Development Officer.

Hiring: Dance & Bmore Teaching Artists

Dance & Bmore is hiring! ✅

SEEKING: Teaching artists with professional experience in music, dance, or theater for classes with children, families, and the elderly. Available for hybrid, virtual, and in person classes.

Paid Part - Time Positions

VIRTUAL INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE (VIA ZOOM) AUGUST 23rd - 31st

20 minute interview slots available - email your availability.

Auditions for Baltimore Musicales

Baltimore Musicales is holding auditions for our 2021-2022 season. At this time we are only hearing singers who have been fully vaccinated.

Each concert will feature 4 singers and a collaborative pianist in an intimate hour long program followed by a reception. Past seasons have included 5 mainstage concerts and 2-3 outreach performances, and featured approximately 20 singers per season.

Audition Dates, Times, and Locations:

Saturday, August 28, 2021 from 3:30-6:30 PM

Concert Series Coordinator

The Concert Operations Department seeks a Concert Series Coordinator who will work under the general direction of, and in collaboration with the Concert Office Manager. This role is responsible for the overall daily management of the Concert Office, meets with and advises all degree recital students regarding performance requirements and standards. They will establish and maintain overall office organization, systems and procedures for the Concert Office. Peabody has 6 concert halls with @ 800 + productions during the school year and 200-250 recitals a year.

Development Coordinator

General summary/purpose:

Reporting directly to the Associate Dean for External Relations, this position manages administrative functions for the Development and Alumni Relations team in the Office of External Relations. In addition, this position will support major and annual giving with gift processing, stewardship touchpoints, and special events. The development coordinator will apply skills and knowledge to support a broad array of critical projects and tasks.

Specific duties & responsibilities:

Scheduling Coordinator

Scheduling Coordinator

Position Summary/Purpose:
This position oversees all requests for use of space at the Peabody Institute. The primary responsibility of the Scheduling Coordinator is the accurate and timely management of the scheduling process and ensure that an accurate and complete schedule is maintained. This includes managing the requests from faculty, staff and students, and requires knowledge of the priorities, best practices, and policies that govern space usage.

Season Planning

Social Media Specialist

A member of the Peabody Institute’s Marketing and Communications Office, the Social Media Specialist is responsible for managing the Institute’s social media strategy and channels and creating and producing high-quality content for the Institute’s social media, digital promotions, and livestreamed events. This position will drive the implementation of impactful online tactics and content to support Conservatory student recruitment, Preparatory enrollment, marketing for new courses and product lines, concert and event promotion, and Institute-wide branding and development, among other marketing and communications campaigns. 

Singers for Dance & Bmore Ensemble

Dance & Bmore is seeking strong singers with a great ear and improvisational skills to join our professional ensemble for the 2021 season.

Dance & Bmore, under the direction of award winning writer, director, choreographer CJay Philip, is a multidisciplinary ensemble of dancers, musicians, and theater makers of all ages creating socially conscious original works that engage, empower, delight, and inspire.

Pay: Part-time paid positions available for performers and teaching artists

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