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Each Encore event will immerse the audience in an all-encompassing, multi-sensory experience from the moment they walk in the door of an event to an after-performance experience. Encore wants its audience to have an intense, interactive, and meaningful experience.
Genres include an eclectic mix of musical styles, from jazz and contemporary to traditional chamber choir masterworks. Performances will incorporate creative, unique components. The Artistic Director is responsible for ensuring that all musical and artistic outcomes create this all-encompassing experience.
A part-time position, the Artistic Director is an independent contractor who plans each concert season in cooperation with the Artistic and Production Committees of the Board. The Artistic Director is a standing member of the Fundraising and Finance Committee and the Artistic and Production Committees of the Board, but the Artistic Director is not a voting member of the Board of Directors. The Artistic Director must command the respect of the singers, have an excellent working relationship with the Board, have a positive, professional, and collaborative relationship with other musical organizations and musicians and with the community, and participate in promotional and audience development activities.
For full job description, visit http://www.encorevocalarts.org/artistic-director-search/
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