Auditions & Opportunities

Intro

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is a professional, per-service orchestra performing approximately 125 services annually in the Orlando/Central Florida area. For questions about auditions, contact Kevin Brooks, Orchestra Personnel Manager.

Orchestra Auditions

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra announces auditions for:

PRINCIPAL HORN
Preliminaries: September 6, 2017
Advanced/Finals: September 7, 2017
1 page Resume, application and $50 deposit must be received by August 15, 2017
Principal Per Service Rate is $156.25 with approx. 120-140 services per year

ASSOCIATE CONCERTMASTER
Preliminaries: September 5, 2017
Advanced/Finals: September 6, 2017
1 page Resume, application and $50 deposit must be received by August 15, 2017
ACM Per Service Rate is $143.75 with approx. 130-150 services per year

Employment to begin September 2017.
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Instructions: Please download and print the following application and mail to the address provided on the application. Please include a one page resume along with a $50.00 deposit which will be refunded upon your arrival at the auditions.

Excerpt Lists: Excerpt Lists are provided below. Actual excerpts will be provided via Dropbox and you will be given a password to download and print upon receipt of your application, resume and deposit.

The Orlando Philharmonic reserves the right to immediately dismiss candidates not meeting the highest artistic standard.

Correspondence: All audition inquiries should be directed to Orchestra Personnel Manager Kevin Brooks at kbrooks@orlandophil.org. NO PHONE CALLS.

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra (OPO) is a professional, per-service orchestra performing approximately 150 services annually in the Orlando/Central Florida area. Services include full orchestra, pops orchestra, opera orchestra, ballet orchestra, chamber orchestra, ensemble and educational activities. The OPO has an operating budget of $4 million and an endowment of $4 million. The OPO is committed to fiscal responsibility. The OPO employs a unique shared musician/management structure with By-laws requiring that 25% of the Board of Directors be comprised of musicians elected by the orchestra members. The Orlando Philharmonic works under the terms of a collective bargaining agreement with A.F.M. local 389 through 2016.