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Current Vacancies

Currently there are no open positions at London Sinfonietta. Please keep your eye on this page for any future opportunities. 

Why work for the London Sinfonietta

  • As a charity, 100% of our income goes back into supporting and creating new music for the benefit of composers, audiences and communities
  • Our artistic programme features the most exciting musicians, composers and artists in contemporary music today - all staff can access free or discounted tickets
  • A belief in the power of the arts in positively influencing people's lives, engaging with issues in society in the projects we curate, and taking positive action on artist representation on stage
  • A small and hands-on team, with staff at all levels able to influence the strategic direction and work of a world-renowned music organisation
  • A commitment to continued professional development, with regular training and networking opportunities available 
  • 25 days annual leave a year (pro rata) plus bank holidays, rising by 1 day after 5 years' service to a maximum of 30 days per year
  • Opportunities for flexible working and time off in lieu; all roles offered on a hybrid office/remote working basis
  • All staff have access to an Employee Assistance Programme
  • Discounts at Southbank Centre shops and cafes
Working at the London Sinfonietta has been such a fulfilling experience for me, both personally and professionally. As my first job in the arts, I was given so many opportunities to develop new skills and build confidence, all while helping to make some extraordinary musical projects happen. The team is so friendly and the passion for what we do is infectious. Sam Delaney, Former Development Manager

The world’s top new-music ensemble The Times, January 2018
It was simply music, alive and unstoppable, rolling off the platform towards an audience that just gobbled it up " The Times, for Viaduct with Marius Neset, November 2019

Equality and Diversity

London Sinfonietta believe that arts participation is transformational to individuals and communities and new music is relevant to people’s lives. We are committed to evolving the organisation to better represent the society in which we exist. We encourage applications from those who are currently under-represented in our workforce and also more widely in the classical music industry, including D/deaf or disabled, and applicants who experience barriers due to ethnicity, gender identity and/or socio-economic background. Please click here to read our full Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity statement

...this excellent London Sinfonietta concert conducted by the young Zimbabwean-born Vimbayi Kaziboni " The Times, for Yet Unheard, a concert of music by black composers, October 2020
As gripping avant-garde orchestral theatre, it has never been surpassed " The Times, for Stockhausen’s Trans, December 2017
The orchestra maintained an astonishing intensity of communication. An enthralling performance " The Guardian for Haas’ in vain, April 2016