The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra is one of Australia’s leading performing arts companies and part of the DNA of Tasmanian cultural life – we have been inspiring, invigorating, and delighting audiences through music since 1948.
Each year, our 47-piece orchestra performs an extensive and varied concert season, undertakes a significant recording schedule, delivers meaningful community engagement projects, and provides intensive training programs for players, composers, and conductors.
We are recognised across the island and throughout the world for our distinctive artistic identity that is forged from our people and our place - inherently influenced and inspired by its home in lutruwita / Tasmania, the untouched wilderness and thriving cultural life of our state make it an inspiring and internationally sought-after location to live and work.
The TSO community (musicians, staff, board, chorus, and supporters alike) is enterprising, curious, collaborative, and committed. United by a love of music and with a strong esprit de corps, employees are empowered to bring new and bold ideas to the table, and we actively strive to maintain a workplace that is welcoming, inclusive, and safe for all.
Applications close 11 February 2024.
The TSO has a range of casual roles in both front-facing and back-of-house areas of our business. Daytime and evening work is available, and the casual nature of these roles may be a great fit for those with additional work, study, or family commitments.
We welcome individuals interested in casual work to submit their CV at any time – TSO may then contact you when opportunities become available, such as when a role becomes vacant or during peak periods of activity.
Please read the Information Packages below to see which roles may fit your skills and interests. CVs, or further enquiries, can be sent to email@example.com
The TSO holds auditions for musicians interested in being added to our list of casual players on an ad hoc basis once or twice a year. If you are interested in doing a casual audition, please fill out the form below, attaching your current resume. We will get in touch when the next round of auditions is scheduled.
Please note you must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or have a valid visa to work in Australia (we may ask you to provide proof of a valid visa, if required).
For further enquiries please contact the Orchestra Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.