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Handel and Haydn Society - 2014-2015 Telesales Team Member

Are you looking for a good extra income? Do you have an appreciation for Classical music?
If so, this may be a great part-time job for you!

The 2014-15 Bicentennial Season at the Handel and Haydn Society marks the beginning of our exciting and historic 200th anniversary! Come work for our new telephone subscription sales campaign and help us celebrate and spread the word!

Telesales team members receive comprehensive training on the new season, work in a fun and supportive environment alongside other music enthusiasts, and enjoy a flexible schedule and a competitive pay structure. The hours are mostly evenings and weekends.

Our ideal candidates possess confident communication skills and a knowledge of Classical and Baroque music.

Please call 617-830-6699 and leave a brief message with your name, phone number, best time to return your call, and some information about your experience and music knowledge.

We appreciate your interest and look forward to speaking with you!

To learn more:
2014-15 Season -
Bicentennial -

Apply by:
May 19, 2014

About this Organization:
Founded in Boston in 1815, the Handel and Haydn Society (H&H) is considered America’s oldest continuously performing arts organization and will celebrate its Bicentennial in 2015. Its Period Instrument Orchestra and Chorus are internationally recognized in the field of Historically Informed Performance, using the instruments and techniques of the composer’s time. Under Artistic Director Harry Christophers’ leadership, H&H’s mission is to enrich life and influence culture by performing Baroque and Classical music at the highest levels of artistic excellence, and by providing engaging, accessible and broadly inclusive music education and training activities. H&H’s Period Instrument Orchestra and Chorus present live and recorded historically informed performances of this repertoire in ways that stimulate the musical and cultural development of our Greater Boston community and contemporary audiences across the nation and beyond.

H&H’s esteemed tradition of innovation and excellence began in the 19th century with the US premieres of Handel’s Messiah (1818), Haydn’s The Creation (1819), Verdi’s Requiem (1878), and Bach’s St. Matthew Passion (1879). In 1967, Artistic Director Thomas Dunn transformed the chorus into a small, expert ensemble, and in 1986, Christopher Hogwood became Artistic Director and added period instrument performances. Music Director Grant Llewellyn (2001–2006) and Artistic Advisor Sir Roger Norrington (2006–2008) continued this tradition, as Harry Christophers, appointed in 2008, does today.

H&H is widely known through its concert series, tours, WGBH/99.5 Classical, NPR, and American Public Media broadcasts, and recordings. Its nine-program series, held at Symphony and Jordan Halls in Boston and Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, reaches 2,700 subscribers and 15,500 single ticket buyers from throughout New England. The orchestra comprises a core group of period instrument specialists and the chorus is a fully professional ensemble. H&H consistently presents world-renowned guest artists.

H&H places a high priority on its role as educator, resource center, and community partner. As it entertains and inspires audiences, its development expands to unique educational experiences for people of all ages. It includes all citizens in the community through broad outreach efforts. Established in 1985, H&H’s award-winning Karen S. and George D. Levy Educational Outreach Program reaches 10,000 students each year throughout Greater Boston, many in underserved communities. H&H also maintains partnerships with area cultural and higher education institutions, including Boston Public Library; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; New England Conservatory; and Harvard University.

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