Number of Positions: 2
Dates of Employment: June 8 - August 9, 2023
Reports To: Artistic Coordinator
Supports: Vice President & Chief Artistic Officer, Artistic Director, Conductors, Guest Artists, Operations and Production Staff, Ensemble Managers, Program Director.
The Artistic Liaison is an integral part of the Brevard Music Center’s Artistic Administration team, and facilitates nearly all aspects of Guest Artist and Artist-Faculty residencies during the summer season. Guest Artists include over 40 soloists and conductors at BMC.
- Arrange all transportation needs for the Guest Artists to and from the airport, housing, rehearsals, and performances.
- Work with the Artistic Coordinator to confirm/arrange housing accommodations and rental cars for Guest Artists.
- Assist in the coordination of Guest Artist itineraries.
- Prepare rehearsal/performance schedules and welcome information to be given to Guest Artists upon their arrival in Brevard.
- Coordinate meeting/rehearsal times between conductors and soloists.
- Coordinate any Guest Artist dinners/social events during their visit.
- Work with the Artistic Coordinator and Production Management team to arrange any practice time/facilities or dressing room facilities that are needed throughout the Guest Artist’s stay.
- Assist in fulfilling artist requirements that are listed in the riders provided by the artist’s management.
- Assist in scheduling local media interviews for the Guest Artists.
This position is on call at all times to help handle any other duties/situations that may arise through the season relating to Guest Artists and artistic matters. The Artistic Liaison reports to the Vice President & Chief Artistic Officer and works closely with the Department of Instruction & Performance and Production Staff. Other administrative support duties may be assigned by the Program Director and the Artistic Coordinator.
The Artistic Liaison works nearly every day of the week and many evenings. A welcoming demeanor, a calm temperament, outstanding interpersonal skills, and a strong sense of personal responsibility and motivation are required.
Knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Excel and Word.
Excellent writing and organizational skills.
Must work well under pressure and be able to handle multiple simultaneous deadlines.
Complete a satisfactory background check.
Must have a valid state driver's license and possess a clean driving record.
A college degree in music, substantial progress towards such a degree, or extensive knowledge of classical music.
Compensation: includes a season stipend paid bi-weekly, full board, and on-campus housing.
To apply, create an account and start an application using MyBMC. Please upload a cover letter, resume, and provide contact information for two references.
Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2023, and continue until the positions are filled.
Any questions can be directed to:
Brevard Music Center
Please note: As Brevard prepares for the 2023 season, we continue to work with local and state health officials, along with campus and venue safety specialists, to develop and implement guidelines and protocols designed to keep our students, faculty, staff, and patrons safe. For the 2022 season, BMC's COVID-19 protocols included social distancing measures, indoor mask-wearing, and vaccination requirements. We will share updated policies for 2023 as more information becomes available from public health agencies.
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- Create a MyBMC account (if you don't already have one).
- Sign in to your MyBMC account.
- Visit the Employment section.
Brevard Music Center is a summer institute and festival. Over four hundred young musicians from around the country come each summer to study and perform in over 80 concerts ranging from orchestra to opera, chamber music and pops. As a matter of policy, the Brevard Music Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, or genetic information (including family medical history) in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of its faculty and staff, or the operation of any of its programs and activities.