Join the OSM
The OSM is a prestigious orchestra recognized around the world. For almost 80 years it’s been enriching the musical life of Québec and Canada through the extraordinary quality of its performances, its leadership and its creativity. And by undertaking numerous initiatives outside the concert hall, the OSM has carved out a place among the most committed, community-anchored cultural institutions.
Why join up with the OSM?
The OSM is a prestigious orchestra recognized around the world. For almost 85 years it’s been enriching the musical life of Québec and Canada through the extraordinary quality of its performances, its leadership and its creativity. And by undertaking numerous initiatives outside the concert hall, the OSM has carved out a place among the most committed, community-anchored cultural institutions.
More than 75 enthusiasts work at the OSM, supporting and promoting this remarkable orchestra and its music director, Kent Nagano. Here, it’s possible for everyone to develop, to grow and to surpass themselves. Everyone contributes to the success of this internationally renowned cultural gem, which continually innovates and which continuously excels.
The administrative offices of the OSM and Maison symphonique de Montréal are located in downtown Montreal, at the very heart of the Quartier des Spectacles (entertainment district). It’s an exciting place and easy to access by public transit, close to the city’s major arteries as well as to a bike path.
Be part of the team!
SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS AGENT
PART TIME – (12 to 24 hours/week)
APPLICATION TO OSM
To apply to an available position, please complete the form below. Please note that only the candidates invited to an interview will be contacted.
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National audition - Piccolo and section flute - CANCELLED
Friday, May 22, 2020
Application deadline : May 1st, 2020
The OSM is looking for amateur choirs!
If your choir wishes to join the OSM for its August 9, 2020 concert on the Olympic Park esplanade, you can do so here.
Date: Sunday, August 9, 2020, 8 pm
Program: Beethoven’s 9th Symphony
Deadline for registration: June 1, 2020
A minimum of 15 singers is required in order to register.
Your choir will only need to be present on the day of the concert (from around 9am to 10pm).
Sheet music and rehearsal audio tracks will be provided in advance.
As of today, we are unfortunately not accepting registrations from individual choristers.
For more information, please contact Anne-Marie Lozier ([email protected]).
Audition Chœur de l’OSM – Choristes bénévoles
Application Deadline: March 1st, 2020 – Audition : March 18, 2020
The OSM Volunteer Association
Since its inception, the Association has played an essential role in the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal by getting involved in a number of different projects related to the educational and musical activities.
Become a volunteer
Whether on a regular basis or more occasionally, our 150 volunteer members support the activities of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (OSM) enthusiastically and with dedication. In so doing they contribute to making the classical-music repertoire better known and to maintaining the OSM’s excellent reputation. Becoming a volunteer with the OSM can be an exhilarating adventure for people seeking to get involved and to make their skills available to an artistic and musical cause.
Prevention of workplace harassment and discrimination
All OSM personnel are entitled to respect, the safeguard of their dignity and protection of their physical and psychological well-being. All persons, including third parties doing business with the OSM, must subscribe to these values to ensure that these policy objectives are respected.
Achievement of the OSM’s commitment depends on the respect, cooperation and understanding of all OSM personnel in their interpersonal relations and in their interactions with third parties (such as visitors, consultants, suppliers of goods or services) dealing with the OSM.
All persons, without exception, must comply with this policy, which is based on the principle that harassment and discrimination in the workplace constitute serious violations of personal dignity and status of those who are subjected to it.