Auditions & Opportunities


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.

Auditions for the Magic Flute


Auditions for the following roles are scheduled for Saturday, OCTOBER 31, 2015

Application deadline is OCTOBER 23, 2015

Roles : Queen of the Night(Dramatic colS), Tamino (LYR T), Sarastro (BS), Papagena(S), Monostatos (T), Lady 1 (S), Lady 2 (S), Lady 3 (MS), Genii 1 (S), Genii 2 (MS), Genii 3(C), Speaker of the Temple (BS), Priest 1 (T), Priest 2 (BS), Man in armor 1 (T), Man in armor 2 (BS).

Please see the attachment below for additional details!

Principal Librarian

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is now accepting applications for the position of Principal Librarian.

Application Deadline: Friday, October 16, 2015
Potential Start Date
: December 2015
Position: Principal Librarian
Reports to: Director of Artistic Operations
Status: Full Time
Salary: Negotiable; commensurate with experience.
Health Plan: Available after 60 day waiting period

Applications: The Orlando Philharmonic is accepting e-mail submissions only! Candidates should print and complete the application form found below. Applications should be accompanied by a cover letter and resume, and returned by October 16, 2015 to Personnel Manager Kevin Brooks at

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is an equal opportunity employer.

Orlando Philharmonic Internships

Are you a college senior or recent graduate considering a career in arts or nonprofit administration? Orlando Philharmonic internships are in-depth “on-the-job” experiences that help prepare you to enter the field after college.

During your semester-long experience, you will work both individually and as part of a team to support the orchestra’s day-to-day operations, interact with patrons, donors, sponsors, arts and community leaders, and help plan and execute at least one large-scale project or event. Every internship includes 400 hours of professional level work beneath a department director, and countless opportunities to utilize and grow your specific knowledge and skills.


  • Marketing & Communications 
  • Development & Special Events 
  • Education & Community Engagement 
  • Orchestra Operations 


  • Summer (mid-May – Sept 1) Application deadline April 7, 2015
  • Fall (mid-Sept – mid-Dec) Application deadline July 21, 2015
  • Spring (February – mid-May) Application deadline Dec 22, 2015


Interns work approximately 30 hours per week, divided between regular Orlando Philharmonic administrative office hours (Monday-Friday 9:30-5:00), and additional night and weekend events.


All interns must have reliable transportation and dress in a business-appropriate manner. Additional qualifications are specified by each department (see the description for each internship).


Interns are eligible to receive two complimentary tickets to all Orlando Philharmonic events occurring during their internship term. A $500 stipend is paid upon successful completion of the 400 hour internship (after a timesheet and reflection letter are submitted). Additionally, the orchestra provides up to $100 toward professional development courses at Rollins Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership Center. Interns are encouraged to work with their department director to select 1-2 courses that support their career goals, and complete the course before the end of the internship.


Copies of special projects completed during your internship may be incorporated into your professional portfolio. Interns also receive a letter of recommendation and evaluation from their supervisor at the end of the term. If interning for college credit, interns are responsible for working with their education institution to complete and submit necessary paperwork.


Qualified candidates should submit the following materials, by the application deadline, to Emily Lindahl, Director of Communications at No phone calls, please.

  • Resume with relevant coursework and experience
  • A cover letter outlining your career goals and the desired internship name and term
  • A writing sample (one formal and one informal)
  • 1-2 letters of recommendation


We have no audition or employment announcements at this time. Please check back at another time.