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Section Principal for Strings
2nd Violin & Viola
How do I apply for an audition?
In order to secure an audition time, you will need to complete and submit an online application. Please note that all audition applications must be filled out completely, and received by 26 May 2023.
Is the application open to all?
The application is open to all Malaysian (local and abroad).
What is the video requirement (for Malaysians who lives overseas)?
Please click and refer to the recording guideline link prepared above.
What is the minimum age requirement to apply for the positions?
21-years old and above.
How will I be notified if I have been selected?
You will receive correspondence via email. Please ensure that you provide the correct email address.
DEWAN FILHARMONIK PETRONAS
20-21 JUNE 2023
Section Principal for Strings
2nd Violin & Viola
On the audition day:
Do plan to arrive on time for your audition as this gives you ample time to calm down and warm up before the audition
Ensure that you are not distracted by feeling hungry or thirsty during the audition as it could affect your performance
Put your best foot forward in the audition and enjoy every minute of it!
Preparing for the audition:
Submit your application before the deadline
Applications submitted after the deadline may be considered for the next audition at management discretion
Plan your practice – remember that various components of the audition are important
Make sure you read all the audition information carefully
Find out how to get to the audition venue beforehand – be sure that you can find your way there and that you will arrive at the audition venue punctually
Ensure that your instrument is in good shape, and bring along spare accessories just in case
Get sufficient rest before the audition day
All repertoire is required and recorded in the order printed.
No editing of the audio or video is permitted. Applicants whose videos show evidence of any cuts, splicing, manipulation of pitch or other alteration within a performance segment will be subject to disqualification.
For repertoires with one round, you are to record in one complete take. For repertoires with two rounds, you are allowed to record round one and two separately, but each round must be recorded in one continuous take.
There will be no piano accompaniment for this audition.
We recommend using a format and resolution that is consistent with high-quality video resolution, a minimum of 720p.
The deadline for recording submissions by shortlisted candidates is Sunday, January 23, 2022.
Where possible, we encourage you to keep the following in mind when making the recording:
Consider lighting, framing, and camera placement. Film in a well-lit space and be sure that there is more lighting in front than from behind. Place the camera so that you, your instrument, and your full range of motion are in the frame at all times, and so we can see both you and your pianist during the accompanied work, if applicable. Choose a medium distance that shows as much detail as possible while still allowing the image to be framed as described above.
Test the audio level so that there is no distortion during the loudest passages of your selections, and so the softest portions can be heard. If possible, consider using an external microphone connected to your camera to record your playing and speaking.
The following common digital formats are accepted: AVI, M4V, MP4, MOV, MPG, WMV. File sizes up to 5 GB are accepted.
You may choose to upload your video through a file hosting service. Please provide the download link to firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, you can also mail a DVD copy to the address below:
Att: Fadilah Kamal Francis
Manager, Orchestra Management
Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra
Level Two, Tower Two, Petronas Twin Towers,
Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur.
Position: Section Principal (Tuba) We offer an attractive salary package ranging between RM 99k – RM 133k per annum subject to experience and capabilities and other benefits such as medical insurance coverage for musicians and family
Position: Principal (Bass Trombone) We offer an attractive salary package ranging between RM 99k – RM 133k per annum subject to experience and capabilities and other benefits such as medical insurance coverage for musicians and family
Position: Sub-Principal (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, Percussion) We offer an attractive salary package ranging between RM 79k – RM 106k per annum subject to experience and capabilities and other benefits such as medical insurance coverage for musicians and family
Position: Tutti (Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass) We offer an attractive salary package ranging between RM 79k – RM 106k per annum subject to experience and capabilities and other benefits such as medical insurance coverage for musicians and family
All positions are entitled to 8 weeks of paid leave annually. This offer is for a fixed-term contract and is subject to the terms and conditions of service.