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Current Opportunities

Chief Executive, Association of British Orchestras

The Association of British Orchestras (ABO) is a leading music industry organisation, representing the collective interests of the UK’s world-class, professional orchestras, youth orchestras and the wider classical music sector. The Board is seeking an inspiring individual to lead the organisation, building on the impressive developments of the last few years, and supporting the orchestral sector as it navigates a changed landscape with renewed ambition.

 

Director of Audiences, Capital Theatres

Capital Theatres in Edinburgh is Scotland's largest independent theatre group, staging over 700 shows each year in the Festival Theatre, the King’s Theatre and The Studio. The Director of Audiences will hold lead responsibility for all Capital Theatres’ marketing and external communications, developing and implementing an inclusive strategy to grow engagement with all aspects of the Theatres' work, identifying new platforms and innovative partnerships to connect with ever-broader audiences, and raising the organisation's profile and driving its brand.

Application deadline
July 1, 2022

Director, Royal Northern Sinfonia & Classical Programme, Sage Gateshead

Sage Gateshead is searching for a Director of Royal Northern Sinfonia & Classical Music Programme to lead the vision, strategy, and practical delivery for classical music, through the Royal Northern Sinfonia and the organisation’s classical music programming and also to hold a wider strategic role as a member of the Leadership Team.

Application deadline
June 6, 2022

Director, Humanities Cultural Programme, Schwarzman Centre

AEM International are excited to be searching for the inaugural Director for the Humanities Cultural Programme at the new Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities at the University of Oxford

Thanks to a landmark £175 million gift from businessman and philanthropist Stephan A. Schwarzman, the Schwarzman Centre will bring together the university’s Humanities faculties under one roof for the first time, alongside the Ethics in AI Institute, the Oxford Internet Institute, and a major Humanities library. At the heart of the building will be a suite of performing arts venues and public spaces, including a 500-seat concert hall, a 250-seat theatre, a black-box experimental performance lab, a rehearsal hall (which can be used for dance), a cinema with 35mm projection facilities, and an exhibition hall and café.

The Humanities Division is looking to appoint the Director in the run-up to the building opening in summer 2025 and in its early seasons.

This is an exciting and unique opportunity to establish a world-class, multi-discipline arts programme in a brand new building with Oxford’s first concert hall at the centre of it.

Chief Executive, Arts Council Wales

The Arts Council of Wales is searching for a new Chief Executive.

The Arts Council of Wales exists to support and develop the arts in Wales. It does so for the benefit of people throughout Wales and to promote Welsh arts internationally. The Chief Executive role offers remarkable scope and opportunity. There is a vibrant arts scene in Wales whose development needs visionary and collaborative leadership.