Audio Production: The Audio Team is responsible for capturing high-quality recordings of the Festival’s performances as well as sound-reinforcement support for pre-concert lectures and other events.  

Objectives: by the end of the Festival, interns should gain experience in

  • Planning and placement of equipment to achieve optimum sound in classical and jazz music settings

  • Gathering and recording and editing sound clips of Festival participants (artists, team members, attendees) for future promotional events

Duties: during the course of the Festival, interns will

  • Set-up and dismantle sound equipment

  • Plan daily and give post-concert feedback with Audio Engineer

  • Troubleshoot issues prior to a performance at rehearsals

Desired Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:  The ideal intern candidate possesses

  • Knowledge of acoustic music recording (classical, jazz, world) with some classical experience

  • Ability to work professionally in a team-oriented, fast-paced environment

  • Ability to lift and carry equipment weighing 35 lbs

  • Willingness to work late nights and long days

Desired majors: Media - Audio; Music Production - Audio; Theatre Production - Sound Design

Additional application materials: A link to previous recording work, particularly in the classical genre, is helpful, but not required.  If submitting demo material, all links should direct to full-resolution audio and should be accompanied by some descriptive information about the recording (in .pdf format), as well as your role in producing it.