Artistic Director Applications Information

Qualifications

Must have a vocal music degree.  Must have piano skills. Experience in choral directing.  Have effective communication skills to demonstrate good tone. Sound musical knowledge and the ability to interoperate various styles of music.  Good planning and organizational skills.  Forward thinking to plan out a full year of programming. Strong leadership and listening skills.  Patient, creative and assertive.  Acknowledge and listen to different opinions and be willing to work with the differences and ask the board for assistance in finding a resolve.

Applicant Guidelines

Resume

Cover letter (optional)

3 References will be required at the time of the application.

ADVERTISING WORDING

Legacy is so thankful to Sarah for her 20 years of service to the Legacy Chorale.

We look forward to continuing the mission of the Legacy Chorale which is “to ensure the legacy of excellence in choral music in the greater Minnesota area, while enriching, inspiring and renewing the communities in which we live.  Legacy Chorale is now taking applications for those interested in becoming the Artistic Director of the Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota.  Application guidelines are at www.legacychorale.org or contact jennifer@legacychorale.org Application deadline May 13, 2022.

Legacy Chorale is seeking a Sustainability Program Specialist

Set Your Own Hours (Brainerd Lakes Area)

2021 Sustainability Program Specialist Job Description

 

If your skills include listening, making small talk, and storytelling, you can supplement your income by socializing and building a network of strong relationships with awesome people, while helping expand and energize the cultural arts scene in the Brainerd Lakes Area.

Founded in 2002 in the Brainerd Lakes Area, The Legacy Chorale of Greater Minnesota is a multi-community choir promoting creativity and imagination in the communities it serves by delivering beauty and joy through choral music.

As we adjust to the rapidly changing culture of the 21st century, our continued success will depend in part on a seasonal development and fundraising specialist who can share our story with new donors. You will help people recognize the cultural arts are essential; they beautify and strengthen our community. Of course, you already know this!

The ideal person for this position: is organized; is self-motivated; has impeccable integrity;is optimistic;is persistent; and shows a high level of concern for others.

Necessary skills include: excellent written and verbal communications; sound judgement; networking; and good time-management practices.

A Successful Development Specialist will enjoy:a flexible schedule great for students, parents, or retirees;working with and for creative, generous, kind, good, fun people; meaningful, helpful, energizing work.

This is a contracted position and reports to the Board of Directors President. Compensation is commission-based, which means the better you perform, the more you earn. Ideally, you will be in the position to join our development campaign for at least the next three to five years (or longer), every July through November. A multi-year commitment will be more rewarding for you and us because it will enable you to strengthen the relationships you’ve built while creating new ones, as you help The Legacy Chorale continue to bring extraordinary vocal music performances and education to this region.

To apply, send us a one-page letter explaining why you’re right for this position, and why you’d enjoy supporting The Legacy Chorale. Check out our website: legacychorale.org

This position could qualify as an internship for the right, motivated student.

Contact:  Anne McMahon at admin@legacychorale.org  or Jennifer Pedersen at jennifer@legacychorale.org