Pro performance group has opening for Trumpet player.

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Alexandriaroyal, May 19, 2005.

  1. Alexandriaroyal

    Alexandriaroyal New Friend

    May 13, 2004
    Trumpet player that knows the meaning of being professional and having a ball at the same time wanted.

    This on-stage performance group is well-known, has been performing professionally for 22 years, and is treated like royalty at the finest hotels and venues where it performs.

    This is a unique opportunity like no other, offering ongoing work throughout the year. Audience size averaging 2,000-3,000+ people. Much of the work falls on days and a time of day unlikely to conflict with other performance work you might have, though not always. Almost all of the time the performances are scheduled with great advance notice.

    * Well paid shows throughout the entire year.
    * Performances in Philadelphia, NY, Baltimore, & Washington DC.

    * South Jersey on Monday afternoons, just across the river from Philly.
    * Frequency of rehearsal is variable dependent on the amount of performance work.

    * Strong, professional level trumpet player.
    * Must have good reading and memorization capabilities.
    * Dance, marching or performance background a plus.

    * Must have flexible schedule with advance notice.
    * Reliable transportation.
    * References required.

    ADDITIONAL NOTE: If you live in New York and don't have a car we cannot put you to work even though we wish very much that we could. You would not be able to get to our rehearsals and performances as we would need.

    Please respond via email: [email protected]
    Thank you!
  2. brian moon

    brian moon Forte User

    Why don't you tell us the name of the group?
  3. Mikey

    Mikey Forte User

    Oct 24, 2003
    1. How many gigs per year?

    2. How much does it pay?
  4. BobList

    BobList New Friend

    Nov 10, 2003
    Baltimore, Md.
    I've seen this ad before, a couple of years ago...... TPIN, the group, the personnel, and maybe you'll get a legitimate response......

    auto dealers have the same type of ad in the paper for techs.. if they post the name of the company......guys won't even respond. They have heard some negative s*** about the place.


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