Musical Positions Needed


Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Company of Long Island seeks Music Director for The Mikado

The Gilbert & Sullivan Light Opera Company of Long Island is seeking a candidate for the Music Director position for our 2022 production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Mikado”.

The term of the engagement begins in mid-November, 2021, when auditions for principals will be held. A full-company “meet and greet” / principal read-through of dialogue takes place the first week of December. Musical rehearsals for chorus and principals will begin the first week of January, 2022. Staging rehearsals begin in early to mid-February.

Rehearsals are typically Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:30 – 10:00 PM in central Nassau County.  Dates: Mid-November 2021-June 2022 Tuesdays & Thursday 7:30-10pm

Performances with piano / principals begin in mid-April and run through the end of May.

Full-orchestra/company performances take place from approximately the last two weekends of June through the second weekend of July, 2022.

Each position pays a base salary of $2000.00. Bonus incentives will be given for any recruited performers who participate for the entire run.

Interviews will take place via Zoom or Google Meet in September 2021.

Qualified individuals are encouraged to email a letter of intent, resume and professional references to: gaslocoli1954@gmail.com by Friday, August 20, 2021.

GASLOCOLI is a not-for-profit, community-based theater company, and all roles are unpaid. Participants in our productions run the range from professional to amateur performers. To learn more about the company visit our website at www.gaslocoli.org .

Contact Louisa Lopez, GaSLOCoLI president, at gaslocoli1954@gmail.com E-mail a letter of intent, resume and professional reference to gaslocoli1954@gmail.com Music director is expected to participate in the audition process for principal roles, attend Tuesday and Thursday rehearsals, be able to create voice part recordings for music, and be available for performances.


 

 

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