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THE COLORADO SYMPHONY
Andrew Litton, Music Director
Announces auditions for:
Principal Trombone (tenure track positioin)
Audition is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, may 12th and 13th, 2014
Highly qualified applicants mail or FAX a one-page sesume to:
Larry Brezicka, Personnel Manager
THE COLORADO SYMPHONY
Boettcher Concert Hall – 1000 14th Street, #15
Denver, CO 80202
Application must be received by April 11th, 2014
NO PHONE CALLS or EMAILS
*The Colorado Symphony is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Nestled at the foot of Longs Peak, Rocky Ridge Music Center is home to several seminars throughout the summer with focus on various age groups and musical interests, inspiring participants and audiences through music, nature, and community. Youth programs are for all orchestra instruments (string, winds), piano, voice, and composition. Apply by Feb. 15 for early bird discount, financial aid application, and priority consideration.
The Boulder Philharmonic announces the following opening for SECTION CELLO. Per-service rate for the 2013-2014 season is $91.95 per service. The Boulder Philharmonic makes a 5% contribution to the AFM Pension Fund and offers approximately 40 services.
For further information, including deposit deadlines and audition lists, please visit www.boulderphil.org/about/jobs-a-auditions
In partnership with Project Cure, the Denver Rescue Mission and the Denver Musicians Association, DMA members Dan and Anna Leavitt are now in their second year leading an instrument drive to send to the Logos school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Please click on the accompanying VIDEO LINK to see the incredible impact of this program, and then consider donating any instruments you can spare. All denotations can be left at the Denver Musicians Association (1165 Delaware St, Denver) during business hours, Mon thru Friday from 9am – 4pm.
Musical Excellence Rich Program Diversity Classical and Jazz Studies Lifelong Friendships!
Visit our website for further information at: www.du.edu/lamont/summeracademy
Or contact Mary Beth Barteau Shaffer, Academy Director at:
The Music for Healing and Transition Program (MHTP) is the national training program to become a Certified Music Practitioner (CMP). A CMP is a musician who has been trained to play one-on-one by the bedside for patients in healthcare settings. This is a growing and rewarding field where one can “help others” and also be compensated for their time. Many CMPS are employed in various hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout the Denver metropolitan area. Become part of this growing and rewarding field. Sign up today. Please go to our website: www.mhtp.org and download the application or contact Melinda Gardiner, Executive Director.
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