After you apply, we will screen through your profile.
Next, we will conduct an interview to know you better.
Finally, we will invite you to join us for a trial day prior to a potential job offer.
Application Deadline: We accept internship applications on a rolling basis.
We provide a supportive career environment where you can hone your talents and develop new skills to promote performance, confidence, and employability. We are looking for students who want to gain practical, hands-on experience working with world-renowned artists and educators.
Our internship programme runs as a project-based contract throughout the year, with approximately 10 hours each week on a flexible schedule.
As an intern, you will gain invaluable experience in planning and executing our programmes. You will be given the opportunities to establish contacts with world-renowned artists and partner organisations involved in our events. Most importantly, you will have the opportunity to gain a broader understanding in music administration and management careers.
Strong writing skills, especially in English.
Confident and self-motivated both individually and in a team.
Passionate about music/understanding musical knowledge.
Good attention to detail.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Dedicated, creative, proactive, reliable.
Ability to prioritise and manage multiple assignments as well as to commit to deadlines.
In return, we offer you:
A supportive environment where you can hone your talents and develop new skills to promote performance, confidence, and employability.
Opportunities to establish contacts with world-renowned artists and partner organisations involved in the Festival.
Be involved with our day-to-day operations a local classical music social enterprise.