Three internships are currently available with the Butler County Symphony Orchestra for the Summer and Fall/Spring semesters of the following year.
Internship Period(s): A combination of these periods is preferred but not required. – Summer 2019 (Ending August/September) – 2019 Fall Academic Semester – 2020 Spring Academic Semester
Schedule is flexible, but the accepted candidate will be expected to spend at least 4 – 8 hours (2-3 days/week) at the BCSO Office and also to complete other tasks from home.
Interested candidates should email their resume along with a short cover letter to the Association Executive, David Cosgrove, at email@example.com or call (724)283-1402 to schedule an interview.
The Butler County Symphony Orchestra was started in 1948 by a group of local musicians who wanted to create a Symphony in Butler for the enjoyment of its members and the public. In their first ever rehearsal/invitational they were joined by members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra who helped to fill out the ensemble. Since then, it has grown into a professional Symphony Orchestra featuring soloists such as Andres Cardenes and Orion Weiss. The BCSO presents six concerts a year to 6000+ patrons, as well as 4 Educational Outreach Initiatives that reach 3500+ students annually. The BCSO also hosts a free summer concert series every Friday for four months in downtown Butler featuring everything from Blues to Beethoven.