25 June 2016

Northern Utah Youth Chamber Orchestra Seeks a New Conductor

Conductor Search

We are seeking a new conductor for the upcoming season for the Northern Utah Youth Chamber Orchestra (NUYCO); Amanda has resigned due to logistical and scheduling issues.

We have several qualified candidates on our radar, and would also appreciate your help in finding a qualified, seasoned, wonderful Chamber Orchestra (NUYCO) conductor. Please direct them to inquire via email to info@NorthernUtahYouthSymphony.org, or go to our website for more information: www.NorthernUtahYouthSymphony.org.

Thank you for your present/past support of our program!

Jenny Murrow

Managing Director

Doris D'Asto

Chairman of the Lake Bonneville Symphonic Society


Looking for opportunities to enrich 

the lives of motivated youth musicians?

Do you have a gift 

for bringing out the best in an orchestra?

Are you a 

great motivator and communicator?


Northern Utah Youth Chamber Orchestra needs YOU!


Become the next conductor / music director of the Northern Utah Youth Chamber Orchestra (NUYCO) and enjoy:

¯  A quarterly stipend, excellent support staff

¯  Three concerts per year; prepare motivated musicians for the Youth Symphony!

¯  Great strings students from Box Elder, Cache and Weber counties



¯  Conducting experience required

¯  Enthusiasm – desire to make a difference in the lives of exceptional youth musicians, ability to recruit new members

¯  Experience with all string instruments


Submit résumé & cover letter, or send queries, via email, to info@NorthernUtahYouthSymphony.org

The Orchestra rehearses in Perry, Utah, on Saturday Mornings.



Lake Bonneville Symphonic Society ¯ PO Box 236 ¯ Brigham City, UT 84302

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