Conductor, Sheboygan Symphony Chorus and Symphony Singers

Sheboygan, Wisconsin

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Posted date:

21 May 2013

Chorus/organization name:

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra

Application Deadline:

21 Jun 2013

Duties and responsibilities:The Conductor will be responsible for planning and conducting each rehearsal of the Symphony Chorus and Symphony Singers in collaboration with the Music Director. The conductor will be responsible for recruiting and auditioning all singers for the Symphony Chorus and Symphony Singers., and for solos as needed. The conductor will also be responsible for auditioning and overseeing the accompanist(s) for the Symphony Chorus and Symphony Singers. The Conductor will work with the Music Director to participate in and maintain the Orchestra’s relationship with a local private college and its music program. 

Requirements:Significant experience as a choral conductor of a community or professional chorus, podium presence sufficient to enhance the quality of music-making by the performers, willingness to collaborate fully with the music director, and passion for engaging the community in support of the arts. Experience in choral arrangement and handbell arrangement preferred but not required.

Availability:The Conductor position becomes vacant July, 2013.  We anticipate the final candidates will conduct a performance during the 2013-2014 season.

Compensation and Benefits:

Salary is negotiable, based on experience. The SSO is an equal opportunity employer.

Application Procedure:

Application procedure:Please send (electronically preferred) resume, letter of application, and references to: 

or mail to:

Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra

830 North 8th Street

Sheboygan, WI 53081

Please do not send video or audio tapes. Applications must be received on or before June 21, 2013

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