Sound and Music is seeking a Freelance Producer to help coordinate administration, activity, evening events and livestreams at this year’s Sound and Music Summer School.
The Sound and Music Summer School is a week-long residential that gives up to 75 young people aged 14-18 the opportunity to explore and develop their musical creativity. Now in its 13th year, students will be split across six tutor groups: Jazz, film music, vocal music, instrumental music, cross-cultural composition and– new this year –electronic music. Students focus on their allotted tutor group to compose a piece which is performed and recorded by the professional musicians and composers supporting the group. In addition, students attend tasters in the other tutor groups and attend workshops, talks and performances in the evenings. The tutor team of approximately 40 composers and musicians is supported by a pastoral team and an admin team.
The ideal candidate for the role will be able to respond flexibly to changing circumstances, comfortable with a range of technology and able to communicate effectively through a range of channels, both in person and digitally.
You will have proven skills and experience of producing events in a music education context, especially those that involve livestreaming and/or other forms of music technology. You should also have knowledge of the statutory requirements relating to health and safety and child protection.
For more information, please read the full job description and person specification below. To apply, please complete the application form and return to Wendy Attewell by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will not use any additional information such as CVs during the recruitment process.
Deadline: Tuesday 4 May at noon
You can find out more about Sound and Music and our team here: www.soundandmusic.org Sound and Music is an Equal Opportunities employer.