Tutti First Violin
As well as having the opportunity to play in the CBSO’s Chamber Music series Centre Stage, the CBSO offer a range of Continuous Professional Development opportunities to its musicians which includes work across the CBSO’s Learning and Participation Programme: Music & Ability (Disability Provision), Higher Education, Developing Talent, Families, Youth & Communities, Youth Orchestra and Choruses.
Candidates should have experience of performing in symphony orchestras and evidence through their CV of excellence in performance in a professional context. The CBSO will also consider candidates who are in the early stages of their career and can clearly demonstrate their potential to fulfil the role
– Highly reputable classical music training
– Recent orchestral experience as a professional violinist
– Commitment to delivering a very high standard of work
– Excellent communication and organisational skills
– Self-motivated, reliable and able to work under pressure
– Ability to work co-operatively as part of a team
– Ability to develop positive working relationships including with other members of the orchestra and the management / administrative team
– Respect for others demonstrated by being fully prepared to play at the start of every session
– Ability to understand and to speak English
– Proven expertise in a broad range of musical and performance activities including education work and chamber music
– Considerable recent orchestral experience as a professional violinist.
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