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18th Century Musicians - Colonial Williamsburg - Williamsburg, VA

  • 05 Apr 2016 3:01 PM
    Message # 3930729

    Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history museum in the world, bringing history to life for all ages.  Evening programs in candle-light settings present music of Handel, JC Bach, WF Bach, JS Bach, Abel, Arnold, Naudot, Boismortier, Telemann, Morely, Purcell, and others.  Daytime programming also includes music available to citizens of Williamsburg in the 18th century on a considerable gentry amateur level.  Various instruments are used in a variety of settings to provide music to guests indoors and out throughout the year and to educate them about music in Europe and in the colonies.  The following music positions have been, or soon will be, posted for hire:

    • ·        Harpsichord/Continuo – full-time
    • ·        Viola da Gamba – full-time
    • ·        Tenor/Soprano Voice – full-time
    • ·        General – full-time

    Interested applicants should use the Job Vacancy website for Colonial Williamsburg Foundation at history.org (selecting “Job Listings” at the bottom of the page).  Successful applicants will have excellent public speaking/interpretive skills, and interest in colonial history, enjoy talking to guests of all ages, and will display marked showmanship skills musically and interpretively.  Customer service will be a strong component of each job.  Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Amy E. Miller at (757) 220-7944 or amiller2@cwf.org.

    Last modified: 06 Apr 2016 10:08 AM | ALHFAM Webmaster (Administrator)

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