Lyra Music Summer Internship Position(s) | Lyra Music Festival and Workshop 2019
Area:     Videography
Title:     Videography Intern(s)

Overview:  Lyra Music Videography Intern(s) will take the lead on development, filming and all production aspects of multiple projects, including the Lyra Music Workshop summer vlog, video documentation of all festival concerts (professional, student and faculty outreach and gala events), individually selected additional projects may be considered per applicants interest. Internship(s) will be overseen by Lyra Music Directors and consultant Gretchen Skogerson, Professor of Film and Video at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. This is an unpaid educational internship. We value all of our interns and view Lyra Music Internships as hands-on learning experiences that will provide interns with real-world training and skills.

What you will learn:
·       Content development for video based material 
·       Live, site-specific recording skills
·       Pre and post-production skills
·       Team building and collaborative management strategies working with multi-disciplinary team

What we require:
·       Strong videography skills
·       Strong oral and written communication skills
·       Strong organizational skills with an ability to prioritize and meet deadlines
·       Creative, flexible team player
·       Interest in classical music (experience not required, but please let us know any background)
·       Student must provide all necessary equipment  

Additional Information:
·       The position begins July 1, 2019 and ends August 31, 2019
·       20-25 hours per week | Hours will vary and will include several late evening events | **Responsibilities and hours can be adjusted to meet Praxis requirements for Smith students.

Interested Applicants:  Please email cover letter and resume to info@lyramusic.org

About Lyra Music:
Lyra Music is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission of enriching the lives of youth and the community through classical music. The Lyra Music Festival and Workshop, co-directed by Akiko Sasaki and Rachel Odo, is an outstanding summer classical music event combining a world-class series of concerts with a nurturing residential summer program for young musicians ages 9-18. Comprised of two concurrent camps – the Core Curriculum and the Young Artist Program – the Lyra Workshop attracts outstanding faculty and high-level classical music students who live, work and play together for 3 weeks, making the most of Lyra’s unique program located on the beautiful campus of Smith College, Northampton, MA. 

Lyra students work on solo and chamber ensemble repertoire in an intimate and supportive environment where they can focus on musical development and personal growth through individually tailored curriculum in a conservatory-style setting.  Lyra Workshop students also benefit from their direct connection with the Lyra Music Festival presented in conjunction with the camp. Internationally recognized guest artists provide masterclasses and concerts for students and the surrounding community.