JOBS

 

 

Assistant Artist Manager (Conductors & Instrumentalists)

 

HarrisonParrott is looking for an Assistant Artist Manager (Conductors and Instrumentalists) to join our Artist Management department and to support a Senior Director and team of Managers in the management and delivery of international engagements for a select number of HP artists, supporting not only concerts, touring and recording activities but also PR and marketing initiatives in both the physical and digital space.

Person Specification 

You would ideally:

  • have some prior experience in a relevant and related area of the classical music business with direct experience including scheduling and organising travel arrangements
  • be able to demonstrate that you have excellent organisational skills, with the ability to manage and prioritise a large number of varied tasks with multiple deadlines
  • be quick, efficient and able to work under pressure
  • possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • possess strong attention to detail
  • demonstrate that you are a good and willing team player
  • have a good knowledge of and active interest in classical music; and a university degree, at least to undergraduate level
  • have excellent IT skills including a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Outlook

It would also be an advantage if you have a good working knowledge of at least one additional international language.

Salary: £20,000-25,000 depending on experience. Please download the attached 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 (nh@harrisonparrott.co.uk) and must be received by 9am on Tuesday 3 May 2016.

First interviews will be held in London during the week of 9 May 2016. An initial telephone interview may be possible if you are currently living outside the UK.

 

Marketing and Development Officer, London Chamber Orchestra

 

The London Chamber Orchestra is looking for a Marketing and Development Officer to deliver impactful campaigns, and to help develop its audience and supporter base.

Based in Hammersmith, this is a wide-ranging role encompassing marketing, press, social media, ticketing, events and some donor relationship management.

Founded in 1921, LCO is the UK’s oldest professional chamber orchestra. Through concerts at Cadogan Hall and elsewhere it aims to break down barriers between performers and audience by presenting music making of the highest quality in an informal yet informative style.

The ideal candidate will be a creative communicator with at least one year’s experience in classical music marketing. Working as part of a small team, you will need to be proactive, adaptable and passionate about introducing classical music to new audiences.

Further information about LCO, the role and the person specification can be found here, along with an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to antonio.orlando@harrisonparrott.co.uk by midday on Monday 16 May 2016.

Salary c. £22,000

 

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 nh@harrisonparrott.co.uk