SANTA CRUZ SYMPHONY
AUDITIONS FOR THE 2019 – 2020 SEASON
Daniel Stewart – Music Director
June 22, 2019
June 23, 2019
June 29, 2019
Section 1st Violin
June 30, 2019
2019-2020 wages are $105.00 per service for section musicians, and $128.10 per service for Principal
musicians. Additionally, all musicians receive a daily travel allowance, pension contribution, and housing
option. Thirty eight services are planned.
Highly qualified applicants are invited to apply by submitting their résumé and a $50.00 audition deposit
refundable at the time of audition. Verified eligibility for employment is required.
Applications may be sent to:
Norman C. Peck, Personnel Manager
Santa Cruz Symphony
1860 Price Way; San Leandro, CA 94577
Applications must be received no later than one week before the date of the audition.
Candidates will be sent repertoire and other details after review and acceptance of their application.
The Audition Committee of the Santa Cruz Symphony reserves the right to dismiss immediately any
candidate not meeting the highest professional standards at these auditions.
Employment to begin in October 2019 or the candidate’s earliest availability thereafter.
The Stockton Symphony
Saturday, September 7, 2019
For the following tenure-track positions:
Principal Second Violin
Section Violin 1 (1 position available)
Section Violin 2 (2 positions available)
Candidates may choose to be considered for one or more of the above positions and may indicate their preference shortly before entering their first-round audition.
Candidates: please be advised that second-round auditions will be held the same day.
Please send resume and refundable $35 deposit to:
Stockton Symphony Association
4629 Quail Lakes Drive, Stockton, CA 95207
Audition excerpts will be sent to qualified candidates as soon as available, following submission of resume and refundable fee. However, most excerpts are easily available online or in print versions through various music publishers; notification of scheduled audition times will be by telephone or email at least 48 hours prior to auditions.
Audition repertoire will be listed on our website: www.stocktonsymphony.org
Application deadline: August 28, 2019
48-hour cancellation notification required. Refunds will be mailed five days following auditions.
Hal Willenborg ~ Personnel Manager ~ email@example.com
Auditions are anonymous and screened.
The Stockton Symphony is California’s third-oldest continuously operating professional orchestra, whose season includes a Classics series, a Pops series, and three pairs of Steppin’ Out concerts for fourth and fifth graders.
Music Director Peter Jaffe has conducted the Stockton Symphony since 1995 and has been credited with launching a period of sustained artistic growth. Maestro Jaffe served for fourteen seasons as resident conductor at the Aspen Music Festival, he has guest-conducted several orchestras across the country, and also directs Stockton Opera and the Auburn and Folsom Lake Symphonies.
Stockton Symphony is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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