Employment & Auditions

AUDITIONS

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Second Assistant Concertmaster
Section Violin
[Permanent Tenure Track Positions]

Audition Dates: Sept 29 & 30, 2022  – POSTPONED
Resume Deadline: Sept 10, 2022
For audition repertoire list, click here.
For audition excerpts, click here. Candidates will receive a password to open file, after audition time is confirmed.

TFO 2022-23 season is 32 playing weeks and 2 paid vacation weeks with a second assistant salary of $49,624.43 and a section base salary of $43,316.24.

Benefits: Medical and Instrument insurance; 7.194% contribution to AFM/Employer Pension Fund

Employment to begin at the start of the 22/23 season. The Florida Orchestra is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we strongly encourage minority candidates to apply.

Highly qualified candidates should send a one-page resume to: auditions@floridaorchestra.org

Principal Cello
[Permanent Tenure Track Position]

Audition Dates: Oct 17 & 18, 2022
Resume Deadline: Oct 3, 2022
For audition repertoire list, click here.
For cello audition excerpts, click here. Candidates will receive a password to open file, after audition time is confirmed.

TFO 2022-23 season is 32 playing weeks and 2 paid vacation weeks with a principal base salary of $53,829.89.

Benefits: Medical and Instrument insurance; 7.194%  contribution to AFM/Employer Pension Fund

Employment to begin at the start of the 22/23 season. The Florida Orchestra is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we strongly encourage minority candidates to apply.

Highly qualified candidates should send a one-page resume to: auditions@floridaorchestra.org

EMPLOYMENT

The Florida Orchestra is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we strongly encourage minority candidates to apply.