Information regarding auditions for MOSI's 2022 Season will be published in late June 2022.
If you would like to work with Music On Site, we would love to hear from you! Please see the following audition requirements for more information. Applying is free and completely online: No in-person auditions are required and there are no audition or application fees. Please note that Music On Site, Inc. is a no-pay, no-fee company.
Menotti: Amahl & the Night Visitors (sung in English)
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (sung in German, dialogue in English)
Opera Scenes Showcase Program
December 9-19, 2021
Submit all materials to J. Bradley Baker, Executive Director, J.Bradley.Baker@MusicOnSite.org
Singer Requested Materials:
MP4/YouTube/VIMEO video recording of one aria or art song*
Role or show preference (if any)
*If interested in the role of The Queen of the Night, please submit recording of "Der Hölle Rache."
Pianist-Coach Intern Requested Materials:
MP4/YouTube/VIMEO video recording of a performance of one art song or aria with singer
Contact information for at least one professional reference
*In lieu of resume, applicant may choose to submit a statement of 250 words or less describing collaborative experience
Assistant Director Intern Requested Materials:
Production stills (if available)
NOTE TO DIRECTORS: We recognize that getting production stills can be difficult for those who are in the early stages of their career. If you are unable to submit stills, please still apply - we'd love to work with you!
INTERN POSITION DESCRIPTIONS
Each intern will assist the show's Music Director by serving as Assistant Music Director: playing some rehearsals, coachings, and taking notes for the Music Director. The intern will receive career counseling and daily one-on-one mentoring with MOSI's Music Director, including resume guidance, performance feedback, coaching feedback, and career advice. The emphasis of the intern program is built on professional mentorship, and the program can be tailored to fit the needs and desires of the intern. The only requirement is a strong interest in collaborative work and pianistic ability.
Stage Director Intern
Each intern will assist the show's Stage Director by serving as Assistant Stage Director: setting the stage for rehearsals, taking notes for the Stage Director, and running some rehearsals. The intern will receive career counseling and daily one-on-one mentoring with MOSI's Artistic Director, including resume and portfolio guidance, rehearsal feedback, and career advice. The emphasis of the intern program is built on professional mentorship, and the program can be tailored to fit the needs and desires of the intern. The only requirement is a strong interest in directing and/or stage management.
This is a no-pay/no-fee opportunity. MOSI production periods are between one and two weeks during the academic Winter Break, a prime opportunity for artists to gain valuable experience and perform a new role with very little time commitment.
ABOUT MUSIC ON SITE, INC.
Music On Site, Inc. is a non-profit organization based in Central Kansas with a mission of increasing the accessibility of music throughout Kansas by producing engaging performances in unique spaces. It partners with other organizations and cultural entities to create musical productions in some of Kansas’ most interesting, beautiful, and historic locations.
As part of its mission, Music On Site, Inc. develops performance opportunities in Kansas for musicians both from the region and without, which strengthens Kansas’ reputation within the arts community as a place on the cutting edge of music making and performance art.
Another goal of Music On Site’s work is to engage with Kansas schools, colleges, and educational organizations to strengthen the connection between Kansas’ students and emerging artists with the vibrant world of professional music.
Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion:
At Music On Site, Inc., we are committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and we are an equal opportunity employer. MOSI will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. We are committed to eliminating barriers to access and equity and see a diverse workforce as a key step toward this goal. We invite you to join us on our journey.
Music On Site, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. The company has no paid staff, and all donations are tax-deductible and directly fund the productions.