Job & Fellowship Opportunities

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We are so glad that you are interested in being part of the National Repertory Orchestra!  The NRO is currently planning the 2022 concert season and will update this page as opportunities become available.

Did you know?  Seasonal positions and fellowships include…

  • Free housing

  • Weekly grocery stipend

The National Repertory Orchestra offers experiential learning on the ins and outs of an orchestra and a thriving career in the Arts!

Why You Will Love the NRO:

The NRO is an inclusive organization dedicated to teamwork and a highly communicative atmosphere. This professional workplace encourages interaction, synergy, positive feedback, and goal-oriented individuals, all working together to enhance the future of classical music and the Arts.

 

Full-Time Seasonal Positions

The Assistant Librarian position is a unique summer opportunity to help develop the future of classical music working directly with some of the most talented musicians in the nation and world-renowned conductors and guest artists.  As an integral part of the orchestra, you will get to dive deeper behind the scenes while being a key contributor to the day-to-day functions of a longstanding and continually expanding library.

Learn more about the Assistant Librarian and how to apply!>>>

The Assistant Production Manager is an accelerated summer opportunity to enhance your technical skills in lighting, sound and stage management while working directly with some of the most talented musicians in the nation and world-renowned conductors and guest artists.

Learn more about the Assistant Production Manager and how to apply!>>>

The Recording Engineer is an essential part of a six-person production and audio team. Enhance and share your technical skills in audio while working directly with some of the most talented musicians in the nation and world-renowned conductors and guest artists!

Learn more about the Recording Engineer and how to apply!>>>

The Community Engagement Manager will have the opportunity to work closely with today’s top Community Engagement (CE) professionals.  This individual will experience successes in an ever-important field and will build a program of events to inspire and connect audiences with the future of classical music.

Learn more about the Community Engagement Manager and how to apply!>>>

The Stage Manager will have the opportunity to work working directly with some of the most talented musicians in the nation and world-renowned conductors and guest artists.  This position often serves as manager-on-duty and is responsible for the set-up of all orchestra rehearsals and performances!

Learn more about the Stage Manager and how to apply!>>>

Administrative Fellowships

Learn how a successful summer music festival is managed by its leaders! The CEO Administrative Assistant Fellow is the most versatile fellowship at the NRO.  This individual will work directly with all staff while participating in a festival-long project and experiencing the essential operations of a non-profit group.

An exceptional candidate is detail-oriented, can manage multiple tasks at one time, can effectively communicate with a variety of audiences and community partners, will enjoy researching music and music groups, and has a desire to learn how multiple departments work together to support the mission and goals of the organization.

Learn more about the CEO Administrative Assistant Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

The Development Fellowship is ideal for someone who wants to jump-start their career as a development professional working with a nonprofit organization. 

A strong candidate is a person who enjoys connecting with local and global music communities, inspiring support for the future of classical music. Being part of a team to enhance donor experiences throughout the concert season with unique events, engagements, and initiatives are this position’s key responsibilities. 

Learn more about the Development Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

The Marketing Fellow plays a crucial role in furthering the organization’s mission, building new audiences, meeting ticket revenue goals, and creating the best opportunities for patrons to learn about the NRO, attend concerts and boost their experience.

An ideal candidate is personable, creative, has exceptional communication skills and enjoys storytelling through a variety of platforms.  Networking and building relationships with media teams, public relations firms and graphic designers is a priority for the position.

Learn more about the Marketing Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

The Marketing and Photography Fellow is ideal for someone with a knack for capturing photos and storytelling through a lens.

A strong candidate is tapped into digital culture and willing to sync with classical music enthusiasts and online communities. Making connections and working directly with third-party professional photographers, videographers, production, media teams, public relations firms and graphic designers is a priority for the position.

Learn more about the Marketing and Photography Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

Operations Fellowships

The Artist Liaison Fellow will be a point of contact for top guest artists and conductors performing with the NRO. The position is ideal for someone who is highly organized and will enjoy connecting with industry leaders in music and Arts Administration.

An exceptional candidate is always an ambassador for the NRO; personable with a positive attitude and the ability to think creatively under pressure. This opportunity will help develop skills in coordinating itineraries, efficiently managing multiple schedules, facilitating logistical details and general artist communications.

Learn more about the Artist Liaison Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

The Community Engagement Fellow will help develop interactive performances connecting a diverse group of audiences on and off the stage!  This fellowship fosters growth in creating relationships with supporters and patrons, public speaking and linking people of all ages with music.

An ideal candidate can think creatively and inspire listeners, thrive under pressure, introduce musicians and welcome guests, set up and operate portable sound equipment, and have a sense of humor, (because we all need a good laugh from time to time.)

Learn more about the Community Engagement Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

The Library Fellow will get hands-on experience preparing music materials for NRO rehearsals, chamber music activities, and performances. As an integral part of the orchestra, you will get to dive deeper behind the scenes while being a key contributor to the day-to-day functions of a longstanding and continually expanding library.

An ideal candidate has a positive attitude, is even-tempered, is a problem-solver, and can communicate effectively with musicians and conductors.

Learn more about the Library Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

The Personnel Fellow is a career-developing opportunity to work with exceptionally talented musicians and interact with internationally acclaimed artists, educators, and conductors.  Assisting with preparing rosters, orchestra service schedules and coordinating NRO masterclasses and seminars are just a few of the essential roles.

An ideal candidate has a positive mindset and will demonstrate excellent leadership qualities and interpersonal skills.  This individual can also read music, prioritize effectively, share a passion for the Arts, and confidently contribute to the future of classical music.

Learn more about the Personnel Fellowship and how to apply!>>>

The Production Fellows will get vital hands-on experience assisting in the set-up and operations of stage lighting and sound for the orchestra along with world-renowned conductors and guest artists.

Ideal candidates are detail-oriented, can maintain a calm demeanor under pressure, thrive in a team environment, are creative problem-solvers and love music. Previous orchestra and technical skills are a plus!

Learn more about the Production Fellowships and how to apply!>>>

The National Repertory Orchestra is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and celebrates our employees’ differences, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, ability, or Veteran status.