Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra

Rossen Milanov, Music Director
Announces auditions for the following vacancy:

Assistant Principal Bass
Section Bass

To apply, please send a resume via email at mtanau@gmail.com (receipt will be confirmed via email) or USPS no later than March 15, 2019 to:

Marian Tanau, Personnel Manager
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra
Re: Assistant Principal Bass
1407 Ferdon Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

A short videotaped audition may be required for consideration.
Successful candidates may be required to play a trial week with the orchestra sometime during the 2019 summer season.

The Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra offers a minimum of 52 services over an eight week summer season from the end of June to the end of August. The Orchestra typically performs three different programs per week from the major symphonic repertoire to collaborating with Opera, Ballet, and theater Departments. Founded in 1929, the CSO is the professional orchestra for the Chautauqua Institution, a haven for the arts, literature, philosophy, recreation and religious studies. Chautauqua is located on beautiful Chautauqua Lake in Western NY State.

The CSO is governed by a CBA which includes the following:
2019 Summer Season minimum pay = $9,360 for section plus 16% overscale for the assistant position plus $6,400 Professional Maintenance Allowance (housing), travel reimbursement, AFM pension, Institutional allowance.


Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra

Rossen Milanov, Music Director
Announces auditions for the following vacancy:

Second Flute

To apply, please send a resume via email at mtanau@gmail.com (receipt will be confirmed via email) or USPS no later than March 15, 2019 to

Marian Tanau, Personnel Manager
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra
Re: 2nd Flute Audition
1407 Ferdon Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Participation in the audition will be by invitation only. A short videotaped audition may be required for consideration.

The Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra offers a minimum of 52 services over an eight week summer season from the end of June to the end of August. The Orchestra typically performs three different programs per week from the major symphonic repertoire to collaborating with Opera, Ballet, and theater Departments. Founded in 1929, the CSO is the professional orchestra for the Chautauqua Institution, a haven for the arts, literature, philosophy, recreation and religious studies. Chautauqua is located on beautiful Chautauqua Lake in Western NY State.

The CSO is governed by a CBA which includes the following:

2019 Summer Season minimum pay = $9,360 for section plus 5% overscale for non title wind players plus $6,400 Professional Maintenance Allowance (housing), travel reimbursement, AFM pension, Institutional allowance.