The Rose Ensemble announces openings for one soprano, one bass and one alto. Successful candidates will possess extraordinary musical abilities, a strong and enthusiastic work ethic, and an engaging stage personality. Basic requirements include: at least two years of professional singing experience, solid sight-reading and non-English (typical Western, Latin, and Hebrew and/or Church Slavonic) language-singing skills, and the ability to switch musical styles with ease, excelling in both ensemble and soloistic settings.
The Rose Ensemble's schedule is filled with a variety of local, national and international performances, recordings, educational programs and special projects. While the group's continuously growing and demanding performance calendar varies from season to season, the 2014-2015 season is particularly busy.
For those candidates considering relocating to Minnesota for this position, resources and connections will be available to help secure other freelance work, such as a church soloist position.
To apply, please prepare the following:
- Current résumé
- Two letters of recommendation
- Audition CD featuring three works of contrasting style: at least two should be non-English language; one can be of folk style and/or from oral tradition; two should be from pre-18th-century source material.
Submit no later than July 1, 2014 to:
Founder/Artistic Director, The Rose Ensemble
75 West 5th Street, Suite 314
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Email submissions (PDF; MP3 and/or WAV files via Dropbox link) and inquiries will be accepted only at: info@RoseEnsemble.org
The Rose Ensemble is currently accepting applications for summer interns. The internships will be unpaid, but will offer valuable experiences in the areas of marketing, production and artistry. The organization can be very flexible with times and dates. Interns will be assigned projects based on their interests, skills and availability. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
It is the policy of The Rose Ensemble to not discriminate in hiring based on disability, race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.