The Stoller Hall
Full time position
Starting salary c£40,000
The Stoller Hall is fast establishing itself as one of the most exciting new venues in Manchester. Opened in April 2017, this £8.7m concert hall built within Chetham’s School of Music, boasts a 482-seat auditorium with a state-of-the-art acoustic perfect for a variety of artists and ensembles across many genres; for chamber orchestras, choirs, chamber music and recitals plus an adventurous programme of jazz, folk, pop, comedy and spoken word as well a range of conferences and events.
The General Manager will build on the successes of The Stoller Hall and the Carole Nash Hall as first class performance facilities in accordance with the artistic vision and mission, presenting a broad programme of externally promoted events and performances alongside activity generated by Chetham’s School of Music. S/he will strategically manage the development of the facilities with the objective of nurturing, supporting and developing Chetham’s position even further as a world-class musical institution.
S/he will be responsible for the effective operation and strategic development of the facilities and for developing and leading a team, programming, revenue generation, customer satisfaction and cost effective facility management.
Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 28 November
Interviews: Friday 7 December
Enquiries: Alun Jones, Principal, Chetham’s School of Music
Front of House Event Stewards
The Stoller Hall, Carole Nash Hall & Chetham’s School of Music
Flexible part time role
Hourly rate: £7.83 per hour
We are seeking to expand our team with additional Front of House Stewards. The Front of House Steward will act as an ambassador for Chetham’s and The Stoller Hall, as first point of contact for all visitors, providing a world class customer experience.
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On April 21 2017, The Stoller Hall opened its doors for its first public concert. The £8.7m concert hall, built within Chetham’s School of Music in the centre of Manchester, boasts a 482-seat auditorium with a state-of-the-art acoustic perfect for a variety of artists and ensembles across many genres; for chamber orchestras, choirs, chamber music and recitals plus an adventurous programme of jazz, folk, pop, comedy and spoken word as well a range of conferences and events.
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