Herndon Towne Square Singers Seeking Choral Director

Director position includes a monthly stipend.

The Herndon Towne Square Singers are seeking a new choral director, as longtime member and current director Harlon Reece steps down. 

The director will be under the general supervision of the recreation supervisor for the performing arts at the Herndon Department of Parks and Recreation. The director recieves a monthly stipend. 

The director will plan, coordinate and conduct two choral performances per year for the Towne Square Singers choral group. The Herndon Towne Square Singers includes about 30 members that perform contemporary music and show tunes. 

The director is also responsible for program planning, research, supervision, evaluation, marketing and financial management and performs related work as required. 

Those who wish to apply should have a bachelor's degree in music, music education or conducting, or another closely related field. They should have a minimum of one year of experience and training in working with and directing choral productions. 

To apply, complete a Town of Herndon employment application and submit it to the Human Resources office by 5 p.m. on Nov. 21. Applications can be found on the town's website at www.herndon-va.gov

For more information, contact Holly Popple at holly.popple@herndon-va.gov

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Ruth Tatlock November 15, 2012 at 04:52 PM
So sorry to see Harlon Reece step down! I hope we'll be able to find someone to continue with the Town Square singers. I've attended just about every performance for the last 15-20 years together with friends, who have also become fans of the group.


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