Careers

Rock Choir Leader recruitment is nationwide and ongoing

Being a Rock Choir Leader is an extremely rewarding position for the right person. We have many vacancies for singer/pianists to lead Rock Choir choirs across the UK.

You will need advanced piano and vocal skills be able to sing and play at the same time.

Sight reading skills would be very useful – and a music degree or diploma preferred but not essential.

You should be personable with good leadership skills, have the ability to work well as part of a team and be able to inspire others.

In return you will be offered fantastic performance and recording experiences, with regular spots on TV and radio.

It is essential that you have a full GB driving licence and car, and your own PA system and portable piano.

We are particularly looking to recruit musicians in the following locations:

Avon – North Bristol, Yate, Stoke Gifford and Keynsham
East Riding of Yorkshire
Gloucestershire – Gloucester and Cirencester
Oxfordshire – To take over current choirs in Bicester and Brackley
Norfolk – Great Yarmouth, North Walsham, Dereham and Thetford
Lancashire – Preston
NE and NW London
Staffordshire – Stafford, Stone, Stoke-on-Trent
Suffolk – Lowestoft
Wiltshire

Contact us

If you feel you have the necessary skills please apply or get in touch wherever you live!

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Full training provided

The choir leader training schedule is fast-paced and exciting and will be discussed in your interview.

It will be spread over three months with two separate full-time residential sessions in Farnham, Surrey during that period.

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Join the team

You can still continue with your current employment whilst training with us.

Any residential accommodation required will be paid for by us and a contribution towards travel costs will be available as well.

Apply today

Here's a quote about the job from one of our choir leaders -

"I really enjoy working as choir leader. I work with a great team of people, have lots of fun and I am very proud of the choirs I teach, who in a very short space of time have come together to make a fantastic sound. The job satisfaction with this role is tremendous." Jan Moll (Hampshire Rock Choir Leader)

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