Ensembles Coordinator, Boston Conservatory

Ensembles Coordinator, Boston Conservatory

Wednesday, 27 December 2017, 11.55pm

The Ensembles Coordinator manages the large instrumental ensembles at Boston Conservatory at Berklee under the supervision of the Chair of Instrumental Studies.

Essential Functions/Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate large ensemble entrance auditions during Orientation. Collaborate with faculty, department heads, chairs and librarian to collect and disseminate audition repertoire. Also, manage guest musician and mid-year auditions as needed.
  • Process class lists for the Registrar’s office. Ensure that all ensemble students are registered for the proper course numbers associated with their programs.
  • Coordinate and track the Ensemble Assignments and alert the Chair and faculty of any inequities.
  • Oversee all attendance issues with Large Ensemble, including tracking, approving/denying, and processing any large ensemble absences and excuse verifications. Also, collect absence records from attendance takers.
  • Act as a liaison between students, faculty, guest musicians and administration.
  • Update Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s large ensemble webpages, handbook, and other documents.
  • Hire and manage contracts for outside performers that play with the ensembles.
  • Communicate with conductors to organize scheduling and programming for the following year.
  • Collaborate with Concert Services to make sure all rehearsal schedules are properly registered in scheduling system (25Live).
See further details at the link below. 
NB: No deadline specified 
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Published on 6 December 2017

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