Maryborough City Brass Band Inc.
Director of Music
The Maryborough City Brass Band, a D Grade community band, invites expressions of interest for the role of Director of Music.
The band is very strong in membership and enthusiasm. It works hard to provide quality performances at competitions and community events.
Rehearsals are held weekly on a Thursday night at the band hall in Alma St, Maryborough.
Position Descriptions should be obtained from the Secretary / Manager:
Kylie Monk. Ph: 0419 524 437 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close 4th August 2017
Frankston City Band Inc. is seeking front row cornet players and horn players to join the band.
The band practices on Monday nights from 7.30pm at 3 Baldwin Street Frankston
For further information please contact:
Our President Terri Bullock email@example.com or Phone 0408 324 859
MELBOURNE TRAMWAYS BAND
The Melbourne Tramways Band is currently seeking interest for the position of Musical Director.
Melbourne Tramways Band boasts a rich history spanning over 125 years. The band currently enjoys regular community performances including their celebrated annual concert series at Wattle Park currently in the 77th season.
The band rehearses Monday evenings in Hawthorn.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0409 510 958
The Hyde Street Youth Band, located in Footscray, Melbourne, is currently seeking applications for the position of Director of Music/Conductor.
HSYB currently has 35 members with all positions full including percussion. The band is the oldest youth band in Australia and is the current Victorian and National Junior C Grade Champions. The band is a community based bands managed by an active volunteer committee who is always keen to involve the Musical Director in the planning and decision making process.
The Musical Director/Conductor will be responsible for directing the HSYB which rehearses on Wednesday evening from 7.00 to 8.30pm. They will also be expected to be involved with performances and competitions including the State and National Championships in 2017 (Launceston) and 2018 (Melbourne) which HSYB has already planned to attend. Additional support is available for local festival conducting and less important events as well as a Band Major for Marches.
HSYB shares a band room with the A Grade Footscray Yarraville City Band and Western Brass with whom we also share a good relationships not to mention some equipment. The members of FYCB also assist at times with mentoring our members especially in the lead up to combined events such as the Yarraville Carols in the Park.
The ideal candidate would have past experience in the education of youth musicians. The ability to relate yet remain respected by the band members has been integral to the success of the past and a trait we are very keen to maintain. Whilst an honorarium is offered, the driver must be the love of music and the reward from developing the musical talent of youth.
Applications should be made in the first instance to David Greilach, President Hyde Street Youth Band including a resume via email to email@example.com. A current Working with Children check is a mandatory requirement, a copy of which should be included with you application. Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the President, David Greilach on 0419 527 120.
Moreland City Band (MCB) are looking for a reliable person or two to supervise two people who will be archiving the MCB library over the next six months. The project involves scanning the MCB library into PDF files which will be stored electronically. The supervisor will have to be on site to assist with questions, and to make sure the sheet music is properly scanned and recorded. The supervisor will have to be on site for 6 hours, at least one day a week. The project will take place three days a week at the MCB band hall, 16 Cross St, East Brunswick.
This is a voluntary position. The supervisor will have to have a current Police Check. MCB will reimburse application fees for a police check if the supervisor does not already have one.
It would suit somebody who is interested in the history of brass band music, and is interested in preserving a wonderful legacy.
Interested parties can contact Howard Norsetter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him directly at 0412585314.
Every two years, there is a review of the Victorian Bands’ League Contest Bylaws. This is a great opportunity for bands to reflect on which rules are working and those rules they feel could be improved.
Bands are asked to send through any recommendations to the VBL Office by Monday 1st August 2016.
The suggestions will then be compiled into one document and circulated to all bands at the start of September. The proposals will be then be voted on at the October Delegates Meeting.
The current Contest Bylaws can be found here
Minutes for the July Executive Council meeting have been uploaded into the publications section (Direct Link).
- Awards for the Natimuk Brass Band
- A new proposed competition in Shepparton
- Potential change in Award designs
- A new website
- Finance Committee minutes