Organisation: Aldeburgh Music Club Choir

Aldeburgh Music Club choir (AMC) seeks applications from excellent keyboard players with experience of accompanying amateur choirs in rehearsal. AMC, founded by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears in 1952, is a mixed voice, non-auditioned choir of c.80 members who meet to rehearse in Aldeburgh or Leiston (East Suffolk) on Tuesday evenings during academic terms. The choir performs three concerts a year (customarily at either Snape Maltings Concert Hall or Orford Church) to a high standard with professional soloists and orchestral players, as required by programme. Its Music Director is Tom Appleton.

For full details about AMC and the position, visit our website Closing date 9 August 2021.

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