Saturday, March 9, 7:30PM at the Alumni Fieldhouse: The Cabaret concert will feature the 2017 JUNO nominees and SiriusXM winners Sultans of String creating “Energetic and exciting music from a band with talent to burn!” We are also excited to have Paul Masse as our Guest Conductor and local radio talent Big Chuck as the evening's Emcee!
This concert is generously sponsored by Tom Morgan and Erna McReynolds, in loving memory of Wendy Brown.
Part-time Opportunity: The CSO seeks a highly organized individual to oversee the overall management of the symphony. Click on the box at left for more details.
The CSO seeks a highly organized individual to oversee the overall management of the symphony. This is a part-time position, averaging 20-30 hours per week; weekends as required for concerts (4-5x/year) and special events. The Symphony Manager is responsible for managing and executing all concerts and must demonstrate the maturity and interpersonal skills to work effectively with the Board and donors, Music Director, Music Librarian, Personnel Manager, and on occasion, the musicians’ union, SUNY Oneonta staff and outside soloists/groups invited to perform with the CSO. Must be available to attend and take minutes at monthly Board meetings and Administrative Council meetings.
· Proficiency with QuickBooks, Word/Excel, Social media (Website, Constant Contact) and Database Management.
· Event management experience preferred.
Resume including contact information for 3 references may be sent to Catskill Symphony Orchestra, PO Box 14, Oneonta, NY no later than March 15th.
After 45 years of creative and inspired leadership, Maestro Charles Schneider has retired from conducting the Catskill Symphony Orchestra. In order to continue Chuck's powerful legacy and to ensure the CSO's vibrancy for the next 45 years, we ask you consider making a gift in honor of our founding maestro. Help our small town "gem" thrive for generations to come!
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