Senior Manager: Tours and Projects


HarrisonParrott is looking for a Senior Manager: Tours and Projects to join its tours and projects team, based across the London and Munich offices.

The Senior Manager will be one of a small team responsible for developing HarrisonParrott’s tours and projects business. Their client list will likely include a diverse range; orchestras will form the core type of client, but the manager may also work for opera and dance companies, and world music groups. The manager will need to liaise closely with colleagues in artist management as many touring clients are connected with artists (conductors and instrumentalists) who are also represented by the company, and (through membership of the Business Development Forum and various Focus Groups) will be expected to contribute to the general development of company strategy and business growth.

Please download the job description for further details.

Completed applications including CV and a covering letter outlining your interest in and suitability for the role together with application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to be emailed to Nina Hammarberg, HR and Administration Manager ( and must be received by 9am on Monday 7 March 2016.

First interviews will be held in London in mid-March 2016. An initial Skype interview may be possible if you are currently living outside the UK.


Work Experience


From time to time, HarrisonParrott offers work experience placements within one of the world’s foremost classical artist and project management agencies, lasting typically 2 weeks to 3 months, giving experience across a number of our busy departments including Artist Management, Tours & Projects, Marketing and Business & Administration. Whilst we do not have any current openings, we are happy to keep applications on file.

When available placements arise, these are offered to enthusiastic candidates who already have a demonstrable knowledge of and passion for classical music and the arts, who are keen to take the first steps towards a career in arts management and who ideally already have some work experience in an office environment.

The placement will give the successful candidate the opportunity to gain insight and experience within a dynamic arts environment, to learn about the arts business from our highly experienced staff, and to build contacts in the arts world.

HarrisonParrott work placements are paid at national minimum wage rates. Contact: Nina Hammarberg at