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APO Connecting Producer

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

Job details

Organisation
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
Closes
14 Jan 2022
Region
Auckland
Work type
Full time employment
Work classification
Community & Access Arts, Music

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APO Connecting Producer

37.5 hours (Full-Time)

 

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) is seeking a passionate and organised individual to facilitate the delivery of key aspects of the APO Connecting programme.

 

APO Connecting is Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra’s education, community, and outreach programme which engages over 25,000 people of all ages across Auckland every year. APO Connecting brings together our professional players with schools, individuals and communities in a flagship programme that is widely applauded by educators and community leaders. Through the APO Connecting programme we inspire young musicians, connect music makers and music lovers of the present and the future, and offer concerts, workshops and tutorials for young people across all ages and ethnicities. 

 

The role of the APO Connecting Producer will be to produce and deliver APO Connecting’s core orchestral concert programme across our Community, Family and Education elements. This will include contributing ideas to programming, themes and developing relationships with partners to create wonderful concert experiences for all participants. These events include Community Classics, Community Play-In, Up Close, Pese! Fasi! Pūoru!, APO4Kids, APO Orchestral Summer School, as well as partnership programmes with Royal New Zealand Ballet (Musical Moves) and Royal New Opera (Little Singer). This position is also expected to contribute to the wider APO through attendance and representation at mainstage concerts as directed.

 

To be successful in this role you will need to have a passion for, and familiarity with, orchestral music; be confident in communicating with a variety of people from all walks of life, in particular artists and educators; building relationships with collaborative partners across the education and performing arts sector; and a willingness to work in a flexible and dynamic work environment.

 

Excellent communication in all forms of spoken and written English, a solid understanding of education processes at tertiary level music is desired and a passion for your work is essential.

 

Further information about the position is available on the APO website: https://www.apo.co.nz/about/work-with-us/apo-connecting-producer/

 

Please apply in writing with:

 

 

Applications should be sent to: jessicaw@apo.co.nz

Closing date for applications is 5pm, Friday 14th January 2022

Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.

Further information on the role can be found on the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra website

 

Employment is contingent on submission of a Criminal Records Check and proof of up to date Covid-19 vaccination status.

How to apply

Please apply in writing with:

 

 

Applications should be sent to: jessicaw@apo.co.nz

Closing date for applications is 5pm, Friday 14th January 2022

Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.

Further information on the role can be found on the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra website

 

Employment is contingent on submission of a Criminal Records Check and proof of up to date Covid-19 vaccination status.

Written by

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

16 Dec 2021

APO is New Zealand’s designated metropolitan orchestra, serving Auckland, the country’s largest and most vibrant city, with concerts and events throughout the year.