Vacancies

Tutti Cello (1) – Permanent

  • Vacancy Data

  • Institution
    Stavanger Symphony Orchestra
  • Full description
    Tutti Cello (1) – Permanent
  • Number of positions
    1
  • Type
    Permanent
  • Duration / Start
    By arrangement
  • Salary
    From NOK 593.672 - 664.282 depending on seniority
  • Application deadline
    Closed
  • Additional notes

    In SSO the tutti cellists rotate within the group

  • Event
    • Audition – March 10, 2023 - March 11, 2023
      Stavanger konserthus
      Sandvigå 1
      4007 Stavanger (Norway)
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  • Mandatory pieces

    1st round:

    -J.Haydn: Cello Concerto in D major

    1st movement, exposition (bars 29-77) and cadenza of free choice *

    -L.van Beethoven: Symphony n. 5, 2nd movement

    -R.Strauss: Ein Heldenleben

    2nd round:

    -J.Brahms: Symphony n. 2, 2nd movement

    -L.van Beethoven: Symphony n. 8, 3rd movement, Trio

    -P.Tchaikovsky: Symphony n. 6, 2nd movement

    -G.Verdi: Requiem, Offertorium

    -G.Mahler: Symphony n. 5, 1st movement

    -D.Shostakovich, Symphony n. 5, 3rd movement

    3rd round:

    -First movement of either Cello Concerto in B minor by A.Dvorak or Cello Concerto in A minor by R.Schumann *

    -C.Saint-Saëns: “The Swan” from “Le carnaval des animaux” *

    -works marked with * are to be played with piano accompaniment.

    The orchestra will provide a pianist for the audition but there will unfortunately be no chance to schedule any rehearsals.

  • Personal letter

    What attracts you to apply for this position in Stavanger Symphony Orchestra?

  • Video

    Video(s) are required for pre-selection purposes (details below).

    -J.Haydn: Cello Concerto in D major, 1st movement, exposition (bars 29-77)

    -L.van Beethoven: Symphony n. 5, 2nd movement

    The video should be recorded in one take, without editing and in the given order of the pieces. It’s not necessary to use professional recording equipment.

    Piano accompaniment for the Haydn concerto exposition is recommended but not mandatory