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Singers Services / opportunities

West End Collegiate Church, 245 West 77th Street (at West End Avenue), seeks a part-time (about three hours per week) children's music teacher/choir director to lead the singing of songs, teach anthems, and develop a handchime learning program during the Sunday School time (Sunday morning, 11 AM-12:15 PM), in consultation with the Director of Children and Youth Ministries and the Director of Music. Music will be taught with special emphasis on healthy singing techniques, understanding of texts, and developing the ability to read music. An additional component will be teaching the (likely older) children to play hand chimes. The expectation is that the children will work toward sharing their music in church, at times to be decided with the Director of Children and Youth Ministries and the Director of Music.

The candidate should have knowledge of age-appropriate vocal and hand chime music (and familiarity with/ willingness to learn playing techniques for hand chimes) for both Sunday School classes leading to performance in a church service, basic keyboard skills and classroom management skills that reflect the philosophy of our faith: inclusive love and patience and firm boundaries. Also: experience in early childhood music education, reasonable familiarity with the Bible and music of the Protestant church, a degree in Music, Music Education or Performance (Bachelor’s or Master’s) with strength in choral music and experience in teaching sacred or secular choral music to children and a willingness to work cooperatively with music and worship and administrative staff to implement vision for children's music projects.

The position pays $150 per week and includes preparation time, planning meetings and the execution of all aspects of the position. This position will be as contractor, and person will be provided 1099 at yearend. Send inquiries/resume by September 1, 2014 to cpowell@westendchurch.org. Interviews will take place in August/early September.
Posted 7/31/2014. Expires 9/1/2014.

Help me build a People's Climate Chorus! I think it's important to communicate the human side of the existential threat of climate change--technical language about glaciers and polar bears is important but isn't enough to inspire mass action and political engagement to demand solutions appropriate to the monumental scale of the crisis. To that end, I collaborated with published Brooklyn poet Vanessa Gabb on a heartbreaking SATB choral piece imagining life in a world ravaged by global warming, where cities are underwater and "to be awake is to be at war."

In September, world leaders are coming to New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. A wide coalition of environmental, social justice, and other groups are planning the largest climate march in history. I will be coordinating a performance the weekend of the march (9/19-21). I cannot overemphasize that this will be a BIG event with lots of media coverage and a huge and supportive audience. So I want to sign on as many singers as possible! Can you join the People's Climate Chorus? I anticipate holding two or so rehearsals, in addition to providing individual practice materials to help singers learn the parts on their own.

For more information including a preview of the piece, and to sign up, please check out joshfeintuch.com/pcc/.
Posted 7/30/2014. Expires 9/21/2014.

The Manhattan Choral Ensemble announces a composition contest. Composers local to New York City (living within 50 miles) are invited to submit a short (2.5-3 minute) work for 4-part chorus based on a text in some way associated with, connected to, or appropriate to New York City (for example, a setting of text by a New York City poet/ writer -- anyone from Walt Whitman to Langston Hughes to Patti Smith). The work should be a new composition that has not yet been premiered. The work should be of a level of difficulty that it would require a maximum of three hours of rehearsal to prepare for performance. The general repertoire difficulty of the Manhattan Choral Ensemble can be ascertained through the concert listings on the group's website www.manhattanchoralensemble.org. Note: It is the responsibility of the composer to secure permission to use any texts not in the public domain.

Three winners will be chosen by a committee including MCE Director Thomas Cunningham and Artistic Advisor George Andoniadis. Each winner will receive a $500 award and a performance by the Manhattan Choral Ensemble on February 21, 2015. Additionally, one work will be chosen through audience voting on the night of the performance. The composer of the chosen work will receive an additional $500. Submissions must be received by November 1, 2014. Electronic submissions are acceptable. There is no fee to apply. Submissions should be e-mailed to info@manhattanchoralensemble.org or (if not possible to send electronically) mailed to Manhattan Choral Ensemble, PO Box 3852, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163-3852.
Posted 7/30/2014. Expires 11/1/2014.

Light Opera of New Jersey announces auditions for the upcoming season's productions, including The Gondoliers by W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan, A Little Night Music by Stephen Sondheim, The Most Happy Fella by Frank Loesser, The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar and The Elixir of Love by Gaetano Donizetti. Auditions will be held Sunday, August 17 starting at 1PM (in New Jersey); Tuesday, August 19 starting at 11 AM (in New York City); and Sunday, August 24 starting at 1 PM (in New Jersey). New Jersey audition location: St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 140 South Finley Avenue, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920. New York City audition location: Nola Studios Studio C, 250 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019.

Auditions are by appointment only. To be considered for an audition time, please submit your resume/experience and photo (if available) by e-mail to lightoperanj@optonline.net. Other contact information can be found at lightoperaofnewjersey.org. Please no calls. An audition fee of $15 to cover accompanist costs is payable upon arrival. Fee is waived for current company members and those only auditioning for ensemble or secondary roles.Exact performance dates for the additional 2015 and 2016 productions shown above to be determined. Principal roles are paid positions including additional commuting travel stipend based on distance and transit type.
Posted 7/30/2014. Expires 8/24/2014.

Auditing spots are still available for the 2014 Harold Rosenbaum Choral Conducting Institute Workshop, to be held at the State University of New York at Buffalo from Sunday, August 17 to Friday, August 22, 2014. This six-day event is open to choral conductors from around the world who wish to enhance their careers, expand their contacts and have an intensive experience with 2014 Ditson Conductor's Award winner Dr. Harold Rosenbaum, one of the world’s leading choral conductors. All HRCCI 2014 full-participation spots have been filled. HRCCI auditors are welcome to attend any events during the week and sing in the Institute chorus.

For complete details, including workshop brochure and application form, please visit http://www.haroldrosenbaum.com/institute. Questions can be directed to Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at jamesarts@att.net.
Posted 7/29/2014. Expires 8/17/2014.

Free music for mixed group. We have a dozen so unused SATB choral arrangements, most of them obtained from Hal Leonard or Alfred, which are yours for the taking. These are all tunes from the Great American Songbook, music by Johnny Mercer, including "Tangerine," "That Old Black Magic," "Come Rain or Come Shine," "Two of a Kind," "Skylark,"Satin Doll," "Dream," "Fools Rush In," and more. All we ask in return is that you name names. We are an all-male choral group, seeking additional male singers for our Winter Concert. If you'd like to have the music, and have some promising leads, please call 516-248-7549 or write osterbergg@aol.com.
Posted 7/28/2014. Expires 10/28/2014.

A tenor and a bass are needed for the professional choir at Christ & St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on West 69th Street in Manhattan.

Members of this professional octet are responsible for learning their parts in advance of the Sunday morning rehearsal. There is no midweek rehearsal. Repertoire consists of traditional music ranging from the 16th-20th centuries. Excellence is expected at all times. The successful candidate will have the following: solid vocal technique, excellent sight-reading ability, the ability to sing with straight-tone and blend, significant church choral experience, as well knowledge and experience of Plainsong and Anglican Chant.

The season begins in September and runs thru June. Quartet/Cantor work is available during the summer months. Pay is $105 per appearance, with higher fees for some special/additional services, concerts etc. The Sunday rehearsal begins at 9:15 sharp, with the service at 11AM. Absences are arranged in consultation with and substitutes are chosen by the Organist & Choirmaster.

Please submit expression of interest, with a resume showing significant church choral experience, by e-mail to Nigel Potts at music@csschurch.org only. No phone calls and no e-mails to nigelpotts.com.
Posted 7/21/2014. Expires 10/21/2014.

Christ Church in New Brunswick is seeking an alto/mezzo-soprano section leader for our 25-voice, auditioned, semi-professional choir. We are located in downtown New Brunswick, NJ, just three blocks from the NJ Transit train station and also easily accessible from the NJ Turnpike, Route 1 and Route 18. We sing a wide variety of literature from the Renaissance to traditional Anglican repertoire, spirituals, jazz and more. Strong sight-reading, ensemble singing skills, and a willingness to lead a section of motivated, talented volunteer singers by example are required; ability to cantor chant a plus; ability to sing solo repertory in various styles also a plus. We generally sing the first, third, fourth, and fifth Sundays of each month, plus the usual Holy Days and at occasional other special services. Sunday morning call is 9:30 AM; mass at 10:30 AM, usually ending at about 11:45 AM. Thursday evening rehearsals from 8 PM to 10 PM. Remuneration is $55 per call. For more information please contact John Sheridan, the Director of Music & Organist, at music@christchurchnewbrunswick.org or at (201) 563-7489.
Posted 7/21/2014. Expires 10/21/2014.

Seeking exceptional vocalists from all ethnic backgrounds for Europe's most successful gospel and soul production "Queen Esther Marrow's The Harlem Gospel Singers." See www.TheHarlemGospelSingers.de and www.QueenEstherMarrow.com. First rehearsal: November 2014 in New York. Tour departs December 2014. Tour plays prestigious venues throughout Europe through February 2015.

Open call auditions on Thursday August 7, 1 PM to 8 PM, at Ripley Grier Studios, 939 8th Avenue (between 55th and 56th Streets). Bring photo and resume.

Seeking exceptional vocalists, who are very familiar with Traditional Gospel, Inspirational Music, Blues and Classic R&B. Females and males -- all vocal ranges. Vocalists should be prepare each of the following: Traditional Gospel and Classic R&B. All ethnicities are encouraged to apply. Pay $600 to $1,100 (negotiable) plus per diem, airfare and hotel. If you are coming to the open call please send CDs, pictures, and resumes IMMEDIATELY to: Roseanne Kirk, Supervising Producer, Sundance Productions, 630 Ninth Avenue, Suite 1102A, New York, NY 10036. (Also bring a copy with you to the audition.) Union and non-union singers are eligible for this production. BB Promotion, Producer: www.bb-promotion.com. Sundance Productions (New York), David Coffman, Managing Director.
Posted 7/21/2014. Expires 8/8/2014.

The NAS Choral Music Rental Library is pleased to announce its Summer 2014 catalog. The catalog lists almost 800 choral works by composer, voice parts, publisher, number of pages, a number of copies, plus rental fee per copy. Our rental fees are normally 20 percent of list price. If you can find a verifiable lower rental cost, we’ll match it! Music normally circulates for four months, with prorated extensions available. To peruse the complete catalog, go to www.nasingers.org and click on the button headed "ATTENTION CHOIRS." Orders can be taken on the web site via PayPal or by e-mailing sgillam316@)gmail.com. Happy browsing!
Posted 7/21/2014. Expires 10/21/2014.

New York Holiday Singers, Inc., the company behind a cappella groups the New York Holiday Singers, New York Holiday Choristers and Men Singing Carols, are seeking singers for the 2014 holiday season.

New York Holiday Choristers
Seeking: males and females, SATB. All singers must be proficient sight-readers, excellent with blending and tight harmonies, willing to learn and memorize a large amount of new arrangements on their own, and willing to work during the holiday season at public and private events.

Men Singing Carols
Seeking: charming, charismatic and talented Men for male holiday ensemble. Tenor 1s, tenor 2s, and true basses/low baritones needed to sing fun new arrangements of holiday and popular tunes for private and public events. Mustaches and/or beards optional.

Auditions will be held by appointment only in NYC on August 9 from 12 noon to 4 PM. Callbacks will be held August 10. To schedule an appointment, please send pix and resumes to info@newyorkholidaysingers.com. Please specify your voice part. All rehearsals are unpaid. Professional pay for performances. For more information, please visit newyorkholidaychoristers.com and mensingingcarols.com.
Posted 7/21/2014. Expires 8/10/2014.

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Ardsley, NY is looking for a true alto for a small choir in a very friendly Episcopal church. One rehearsal (8:45 AM Sunday) and one service (10:00 AM Sunday), plus additional services at Christmas and Holy Week/Easter. We seek someone who has strong sight reading skills, strong vocal skills and is responsible in learning parts and in attendance. Only true mezzos/altos, please. Compensation is $100/week which includes rehearsal and service. (Special services extra.) Contact Larry Wolf, Minister of Music, at larrywolf95@gmail.com or 914-450-8467.
Posted 7/15/2014. Expires 10/15/2014.

As part of their Faith and the Arts summer festival, the Presbyterian Church at Tenafly is organising a "Come and Sing" afternoon in their elegant Sanctuary at 55 Magnolia Avenue on Saturday, August 2. Singers from churches and choral societies are invited to rehearse Vivaldi's uplifting Gloria, with talented guest soloists, leading to a public performance at 5 PM the same day. Also on the program will be a chorus from Handel's Judas Maccabeus, music by Mozart for instrumental ensemble and soprano, French solo organ music, and Highland Cathedral for organ and bagpipes.

The festival chorus will be directed by Martin Ritchie, festival coordinator. Martin grew up singing in church choirs affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music and was Director of Music at churches in Edinburgh and Glasgow with a particular interest in choral music for children and adults. He was manager of the Scottish Ensemble string orchestra, Company Manager at Scottish Opera and Manager of the Theatre Royal Glasgow, before being selected for full-time training as a pastor. He's delighted to be working with the congregation at Tenafly this summer exploring the connections between faith and the arts.

1-4 PM: rehearse in the Sanctuary, Presbyterian Church at Tenafly, 55 Magnolia Avenue, Tenafly, NJ; 4 PM: refreshments and fellowship; 5-6.30 PM: performance in the Sanctuary. There is no charge to take part, music copies will be provided. Contributions from the audience will be invited towards the restoration of the Aeolian-Skinner organ in the Chapel. Concert attire: dark pants/skirts and white/pastel tops. Participants should register by contacting Martin at martinsritchie@gmail.com, 201-972-0209 or Karen Baron, Associate Minister of Music, at kbaron220@aol.com, 201-417-7397.
Posted 7/15/2014. Expires 10/15/2014.

Echo, New York City's freshest co-ed a cappella group, is looking to add a few passionate and talented music lovers to their mix. We are currently looking for ladies to join, either altos or sopranos. Come out and audition! Auditions will be held on Sunday, August 10, from 1 to 4 PM. Please e-mail echo.acappella@gmail.com for more details, and check us out on Facebook and YouTube! We'd love to see you!
Posted 7/14/2014. Expires 10/14/2014.

The Cultural Center of the Philippines is inviting choral groups from all over the world to compete in the Andrea O. Veneracion International Choral Festival in Manila July 22-25, 2015. The categories are chamber choir, vocal ensemble and folk song. For more information, visit artseducation.culturalcenter.gov.ph/?p=1371.
Posted 6/29/2014. Expires 10/29/2014.

Trained singer looking for an ensemble? Try Schola Cantorum on Hudson, Deborah Simpkin King, Founder and Artistic Director. Solo technique honored and supported. See what our singers say. All soloists drawn from within membership. Check out the Schola Sings Solo cast for unique stages performance opportunities. Early decision for this group is anticipated for 8/7. Want more info? Check out SCH's audition page.
Posted 6/24/2014. Expires 9/3/2014.

Love to sing? Ladies, here's your opportunity for a break from the summer routine. Jersey Harmony Chorus is hosting "The Heat Is On" free vocal workshops for women in the Recreation Hall at Griggstown Reformed Church, 1065 Canal Road in Princeton, NJ. On three Monday evenings, July 21, 28 and August 4, all level of singers are invited to attend classes with certified director and coach Roberta Smith of Plainfield. The evening will begin with a meet and greet at 7:15, classes from 7:30 to 9:00, and guests are then invited to observe the Jersey Harmony Chorus rehearsal. Come and explore the exciting sound of 4-part harmony! It can open up a whole new world of fun for you!

Jersey Harmony Chorus sings 4-part a cappella harmony, performing songs from many genres such as popular, jazz, and Broadway while spanning several decades from the 40s to recent years. Please call Carole at 732-236-6803, or contact jhc.membership@gmail.com. Visit JHC's website at jerseyharmonychorus.org.
Posted 6/24/2014. Expires 8/4/2014.

Join Long Island Voices this summer as we sing for Long Island veterans in need. Rehearsals begin June 25 and run through September 10 (no rehearsal July 9). Rehearsals: Wednesday evenings from 7:15 to 9:15 PM at First Presbyterian Church of Port Jefferson. Extra part practice (optional): Wednesday evenings from 6 to 7 PM at First Presbyterian Church of Port Jefferson, Dress rehearsal: Friday, September 12 at Saint James RCC in Setauket 8:00 PM. Concert: Saturday, September 13, 8:00 PM; call, 7:00 PM, Saint James RCC in Setauket, NY. Tickets to the performance: available on a "Pay As You Are Able" basis. Multiple options will include $5, $10, $20, etc. All ticket sales go to 9-1-1 Veterans, Inc. More detailed information about this will be announced on July 2. Score to purchase: **KALMUS Edition** Ein Deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem), Johannes Brahms. All other scores will be provided by Mr. Bussewitz-Quarm. Fee: singers are requested to make a donation to the campaign at the $50 level or higher, although this is not a requirement to participate in this benefit concert. Under no circumstances will any singer be turned away if they are unable to contribute to the campaign monetarily.

To join Long Island Voices, contact Michael Bussewitz-Quarm at director@livoices.org or (516) 729-0970. Please include your name, voice classification, contact information including email and telephone number. If possible please register by June 22.

Long Island Voices is a chorus run by MB Arts, P.O. Box 2046, Miller Place, NY 11764. This benefit concert for veterans will be funded by MB Arts. All ticket sales for this concert and program dedications will go to 911 Veterans, Inc. Additionally, R.S. Wilhelm Recording Services will be donating their services so that 100% of the proceeds made from CD sales go directly to 911 Veterans, Inc. Websites: LIVoices.org and ListenAfresh.com. (ListenAfresh.com will redirect the visitor to the crowdfunding campaign beginning June 26.)
Posted 6/15/2014. Expires 8/15/2014.

The Down Town Glee Club is searching for a new artistic director, whose primary duty will be to rehearse 10 to 15 male singers each Tuesday beginning on September 2, and conduct the Winter concert at Saint Peter's Church (East 54th Street and Lexington Avenue.) on Thursday, December 18 at 7:30 PM. Rehearsals will take place in lower Manhattan between 6:30 PM and 8:30 PM. Technical rehearsal on Wednesday, December 17 at 6:30 PM. Program will include music from the Great American Songbook and some of more recent vintage. Auditions now underway on Tuesdays, after 6:30 PM. Please contact Eric Spector to schedule an audition at zspector@aol.com. An ability to accompany yourself for the first several weeks is a major plus. Come on down and discover why we're approaching our ninetieth anniversary!
Posted 6/12/2014. Expires 9/12/2014.

The Masterwork Chorus, Inc. is now accepting applications for the position of Music Director with an expected start date of September 2015.

Masterwork Chorus is an auditioned volunteer chorus of approximately 100 voices, and is dedicated to enriching and supporting the cultural life of the community through high-quality choral performances. Founded in 1955, the chorus has a rich history of performing not only the masterworks, but also a diverse range of choral literature spanning a variety of musical periods and styles, including seldom-performed, lesser-known choral works. The chorus is also known for its annual performances of Handel's Messiah in northern New Jersey and Carnegie Hall.

For a full description of the position's requirements and duties and the application process, please visit Masterwork's website at www.masterwork.org and click on the Music Director Search button.
Posted 6/2/2014. Expires 9/2/2014.

Tthe Patchogue Medford Public Library (Patchogue, Long Island) is starting a collection of recordings of Long Island musicians, groups, etc. The library can be contacted at 631-654-4700 for details.
Posted 5/30/2014. Expires 8/30/2014.

I'm seeking a group of vocalists who accompany themselves on their ukuleles while singing jazz and pop standards with style. Is there such a group out there? Is there a conductor who's interested in starting such a group? Contact Trudy Reece at tsreece2@hotmail.com.
Posted 5/22/2014. Expires 8/22/2014.

The 2014 Schola Cantorum of Syracuse Workshop for Singers, celebrating over 30 years of early music in Central New York, will take place July 31 through August 3. Repertoire will be Lamentations settings of Tomas Luis de Victoria (1548-1611). We are especially excited that this year's opportunity to sing sublime Renaissance polyphony will be led by New York City's own Kristina Boerger, Interim Director of Choral Activities at the University of Illinois and singer with Western Wind, Pomerium, the choir of Trinity Church Wall Street, Early Music New York, Musica Sacra and the Pro Arte Singers. The workshop offers a great opportunity to experienced and talented singers to hone their ensemble singing and vocal craft over four days of intense rehearsal and performance, singing alongside members of one of northern New York’s premiere early music ensembles, Schola Cantorum of Syracuse, under Dr. Boerger's inspired leadership. We encourage you to consult the website for application materials at scholacantorumofsyracuse.org/workshop.cfm or contact Timothy J. Beck, administrator, at 917-392-1047, timothyjbeck@gmail.com.
Posted 5/16/2014. Expires 8/1/2014.

Meeting Music offers many choir festivals and competitions throughout Europe. Here are a few of the upcoming events. For further details, visit www.meeting-music.com.

  • 2nd Per Musicam Ad Astra, International Copernicus Choir Festival and Competition, 10-14 September 2014--Toruń (Poland)
  • 1st Beira Interior - International Choir Festival and Competition, 8-12 October 2014--Fundão (Portugal)
  • 13. "Venezia in Musica" International Choir Festival & Competition, April 29 - May 3, 2015--Caorle--Venice, Italy
  • World Choir Celebration--hundreds of singers from all over the world performing together Orff's Carmina Burana in the most famous Concert Hall of Budapest. May 23-25, 2015--Budapest, Hungary
  • 6. Musica Sacra a Roma International Choir Festival & Competition, July 1-5, 2015--Rome, Italy
  • 12. In Canto sul Garda International Choir Competition, October 10-14, 2015--Riva del Garda, Italy
  • 14th Concorso Corale Internazionale, around Easter time, 2016--Riva del Garda (Italy)
  • 14. "Venezia in Musica" International Choir Festival & Competition, around May 1, 2016--Caorle--Venice, Italy
  • 7. Musica Sacra a Roma International Choir Festival & Competition, beginning of July, 2016--Rome, Italy

Posted 5/15/2014. Expires 11/15/2014.

Trevor Day school seeks a part-time Middle School Choral Music Teacher for 2014-2015. Candidates should be accomplished choral musicians and have comprehensive knowledge of the choral repertoire; have successful experience with and enjoy teaching adolescents; have strong knowledge of healthy vocal technique and the ability to teach changing voices in both individual and group settings, creating choirs that sing well; and have successful experience teaching sight-singing and ensemble musicianship. The successful candidate will be a teacher who inspires a love of choral singing and develops confident, proficient, literate singers.

Although the position’s primary responsibilities will be to lead choirs in grades 6-8 and to serve as vocal director for the Middle School musical, the ideal candidate will be a partner with the high school choral teacher in developing a cohesive choral curriculum in grades 6-12. Depending on the candidate’s background and interest, there may also be opportunity for involvement with the high school choral program.

The ideal candidate will also be an accomplished collaborative pianist in a wide variety of styles and genres, with aptitude and interest in serving as principal accompanist for large ensemble rehearsals, concerts, musical theater productions, and major school events. The successful candidate will be a team player and will have a sense of humor and a desire to be involved in the life of the school community.

Trevor Day School is committed to maintaining an atmosphere of collaborative learning, to building a diverse community based on mutual respect, and to fostering the integration of technology into our learning processes. To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and résumé to John Liepold, Chair, Music Department, Trevor Day School, jliepold@trevor.org. For further information, please visit the Trevor website: www.trevor.org.
Posted 5/15/2014. Expires 8/15/2014.

Sing choral masterworks in New York City on the DCINY Concert Series. Each performance includes two days of rehearsals led by one of DCINY's select pool of guest conductors. This is an opportunity for choral singers of superior ability to hone their skills, learn from the masters and have the performance experience of a lifetime. Audition to sing on the DCINY Concert Series at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Contact us today at concerts@dciny.org for more information about how your choir can be involved. Visit our web site at www.dciny.org for a full list of all upcoming performance opportunities including solo performances for ensembles of excellence and special projects.
Posted 5/7/2014. Expires 8/7/2014.

Christ Episcopal Church in Bethany, CT is seeking a new part-time Minister of Music. The Minister of Music at Christ Church will develop and maintain a vibrant music ministry in the heart of the Bethany community which both helps Christ Church worship with faith and joy, and invites wide participation in musical activities as an expression of faith for people of all ages. The Minister of Music will be collaborative, creative and versatile in their musical gifts, conversant with both new and traditional church music, enthusiastic in faith, and will encourage the parishioners of Christ Church to use and develop their own gifts for music.

If you are an experienced, creative and collaborative musician who is interested in sharing your musical gifts with our parish, we encourage you to take a look at our full position description. For further information, a link to receive a copy of the description or to apply, please visit our website at www.christchurchbethany.org.
Posted 5/5/2014. Expires 8/5/2014.

Christ's Church (Episcopal), Rye, has openings for professional tenor and bass singers to join the thriving choir in September. The typical schedule includes Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings only, and there are regular extra events throughout the year which attract further remuneration. Pay is per call. The ideal candidate will be an excellent sight-reader, with a straight-toned voice capable of blending easily, and with a knowledge of the traditional British cathedral-style repertoire and style. For further information, or to have an informal discussion about the position, please contact the Organist & Director of Music, Ruaraidh Sutherland, on (914) 967-1749 ext. 229 or at music@ccrye.org.
Posted 5/3/2014. Expires 8/3/2014.

I am a church organist. I would like to offer my services for one month this summer as a replacement for anyone who might be needing a vacation or is otherwise engaged and in need of an organist to fill in. I have experience playing for Polish and American language services in NY. I also am able to provide you with references from my previous employers in NY. E-mail: piekna.helena@gmail.com or call (917) 669-6411.
Posted 5/3/2014. Expires 8/3/2014.

My name is Liz and I'm producing a broadcast for Reddit.com that'll be airing on Black Friday. We are working with Joel Hodgson, creator and star of "Mystery Science Theater 3000", and he wants to find a group to perform the Patrick Swayze Christmas song: www.youtube.com/watch?v=icLXx69ydZ4. Please let me know if your group members would be interested in being a part of this. This piece would be pre-recorded in the next two weeks, and then broadcast during our live stream. We are looking at November 23 or November 24 for the shoot date. It'll also be put up on Reddit's Youtube channel afterwards. We would be more than happy to give banner ads on the website promoting any shows you have coming up. This video will also be urging viewers to donate to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. We can also donate to a charity of your choice as well. Contact Liz at ezwiebel9@gmail.com.
Posted 11/14/2013. Expires 11/24/2014.