The Kennedy Center

Music Education Intern
Washington National Opera

Department description

The Kennedy Center Music Education programs introduce young people, families, and adults to genres including, but not limited to, opera, jazz, classical and new music, hip-hop, and electronic music by presenting live performances and events; developing and promoting aspiring young artist through training programs; and creating and distributing supplemental resources. The Intern assists staff with all Music Education projects, with a focus on Washington National Opera Education programs including Kids Create Opera, Young Associates, and Opera Institute. We are looking for a passionate individual who believes that all people deserve music education and rich arts experiences. We seek a creative, detail-oriented and organized individual interested in arts management and arts education outside of the classroom. Intern may have the opportunity to observe workshops, rehearsals, and performances, and classrooms. No genre-specific experience is necessary. Some evening and weekend work required.

Project description

WNO Education Programs: WNO Young Associates and WNO Opera Institute: Intern will act as lead contact for students and parents during the audition and/or registration processes. Intern will coordinate program events, working closely with Music Education team, WNO faculty and staff.

WNO Education Programs: Kids Create Opera: Intern will provide administrative and logistical support for program events, including communication with schools, teachers, independent contractors, and Kennedy Center staff.

Intern will support other Music Education programs during that semester, as needed.

Key Dates

Spring 2019 Term

Application Available: August 9-November 12, 2018

Term Dates: January 22-May 3, 2019

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Fall 2018 Term

Application closed July 15, 2018

Term Dates: September 10-December 14, 2018

Summer 2019 Term

Application Available: December 10-March 17, 2019

Term Dates: June 3-August 16, 2019