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.