In our work supporting the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the mission of the Dallas Symphony Administration is to bring the DSO’s high energy, focus and excellence to our efforts behind the scenes.  As an esteemed member of the burgeoning cultural scene in Dallas, the DSA has long attracted some of the most talented, dynamic and smart minds in the area.  

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is one of America’s major orchestras in the United States. Just as the magnificent music produced by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is the result of complementary arrangements of diverse instruments, we believe the blending of diverse individuals can produce the same harmonious results. Diversity brings a depth and richness to the organization that would be otherwise unattainable.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package for full-time employees, a business casual work environment, free covered parking at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and free tickets for select concerts. If you'd like to be a part of a world-class symphony, here are a few of the positions we currently have open. 

*Equal Opportunity Employer - We value diversity in our work force.


The Dallas Symphony Orchestra announces a vacancy for:

Bass Clarinet/Utility Clarinet – 1 Year Position (2018-19 Season)

Position begins September 1, 2018 and ends August 31, 2019.

Auditions to be held in Dallas:

Monday, November 6, 2017 (Preliminary/Semi-Finals/Finals)

Deadline for resumes by email (preferred) or letter is Friday September 29, 2017.

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Please e-mail (or mail) a one-page resume including name, address, email address, phone number and instrument to:

Scott Walzel, Director of Orchestra Personnel and Engagement
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
2301 Flora, Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75201
214-871-4009 office/cell

The audition committee of the Dallas Symphony reserves the right to dismiss immediately any candidate not meeting the highest standards.


Jr. Graphic Designer- The Dallas Symphony has an exciting opportunity for a Junior Graphic Designer. As a member of the marketing department, this candidate will be an integral part of the in-house design team and will actively work on projects for the Marketing, Development, and Education departments. These Marketing materials, include: direct mail, print ads, e-marketing, online/digital web graphics, special event invitations, OOH and onsite signage. Read Full Job Description

Development Operations Coordinator- The Dallas Symphony has an exciting part-time opportunity for a qualified professional to support our vital fundraising efforts as a Development Operations Coordinator.  The primary role of the Development Operations Coordinator will be to support the Development Department in gift processing for all gifts that are contributed to the Dallas Symphony Association, the Dallas Symphony Foundation and our Dallas Symphony Auxiliary groups. Read Full Job Description


Guest Services Center Ticketing Representative- The Dallas Symphony has immediate opportunities available for a part-time Ticketing Representative position in our Guest Services Center.   This is your chance to link your love of classical music with your passion for people!  Minimum one year experience in customer service with outstanding verbal communication skills.  The position pays $11/hour with opportunities for rate increases periodically.  Additionally, we offer a fun work environment and free parking. Read Full Job Description

Assistant Stage Manager- 
The Dallas Symphony has an exciting opportunity available for a qualified individual to serve as Assistant Stage Manager for a world class full-time orchestra. The Assistant Stage Manager is responsible for assisting the Stage Manager in all facets of stage set and stagehand management to ensure efficient stage operation of all rehearsals and DSO concerts.  
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