IPR is seeking an Audio Engineering Fellow
Join the IPR team and record performances by students and professionals at Interlochen and around northern Michigan.
Are you an early-career recording engineer who's knowledgeable and passionate about classical music?
Interlochen Public Radio is looking for a classical music Audio Engineering Fellow. Read on to learn about the responsibilities and requirements for the job.
The person in this role engineers Interlochen Center for the Arts student, faculty and guest performances for live and delayed broadcasts.
Some recent examples include Interlochen Arts Academy's annual Sounds of the Season holiday concert (live broadcast), students in Interlochen Arts Camp's advanced string quartet program and weekly World Youth Symphony Orchestras during the summer at Interlochen Arts Camp.
The Fellow also engineers performances and interviews in IPR's Studio A and other Interlochen facilities that are distributed in the Studio A podcast.
Recent Studio A podcasts have featured the Interlochen Arts Academy Harp Ensemble, world-renowned euphonium player Demondrae Thurman and Resident Artists from Detroit Opera.
The Fellow will also have the opportunity to engineer studio recordings for albums featuring guest artists and Interlochen faculty members.
Additionally, the Fellow will travel throughout northern Michigan to engineer concerts at a variety of locations, including the Cheboygan Opera House, the Cathedral Barn at Traverse City's Historic Barns Park, Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts in Manistee and City Opera House in Traverse City.
The person in this role also has the chance to remaster digitized archival recordings from Interlochen's past that are nearly 100 years old. These recordings are featured on the weekly program The Interlochen Collection as well as in regular web features.
Recordings made by IPR's fellow have been featured on the nationally syndicated program Performance Today.
The compensation for this full-time role is $25,000 per year and includes on-campus housing at Interlochen Center for the Arts, meals in the on-campus cafeteria and a complete benefits package.
Click HERE for more information and to apply.
Questions? Contact IPR's music director Amanda Sewell at email@example.com