MANSFIELD -- The Mansfield Symphony Orchestra announces auditions for its 2020-21 Season. All MSO auditions will be held at the Renaissance Theatre located at 138 Park Avenue West in Mansfield on March 22 starting at 10 a.m.
The auditions are for the following open positions: Section Violin, Principal Cello, Section Cello, Principal Bass, Principal Oboe, and Oboe 2/English Horn.
Candidates must submit a one-page resume to MSO Personnel Manager, Jane Price, at email@example.com no later than March 13, no exceptions. Submissions will be acknowledged and qualified candidates will receive an audition invitation. Further correspondence is by email only, no phone calls, please.
All applicants are required to demonstrate either US Citizenship or legal eligibility to accept employment with the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra. Members are also required to join the Musician's Union.
The audition repertoire is available at rentickets.org/mso-audition.
The Mansfield Symphony Orchestra, now in its third year under the dynamic baton of Music Director Octavio Mas-Arocas, was founded in December 1930 by Eugene Weinberger, who formed the group under the premise of creating a collaborative organization that serves the community in many ways.
Since then, the Mansfield Symphony has grown from a fine regional orchestra into a professional orchestra with a rich musical legacy that includes such noted soloists as Jerome Hines, Frank Guarrera, Itzhak Perlman, Leonard Rose, Lorin Hollander, Peter Nero, and Sarah Vaughn.