Schools Programme Manager

Etablissement public Salle de Concerts Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte
  • Online seit: Juni 11, 2024
  • Bewerbungsschluss: Juni 24, 2024
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The Philharmonie Luxembourg, one of the leading concert halls in Europe, opened in 2005 and presents around 400 concerts each year, encompassing a wide range of genres such as classical, jazz, and world music. In addition, the institution offers an extensive educational programme of the highest quality tailored for young audiences, participants and schools. The Philharmonie Luxembourg is responsible for the management of the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra.


The Education department creates, produces, and promotes +/- 200 performances for young audiences per season as well as a diverse learning and participation programme for schools and communities. The Schools Programme Manager is a key member of Philharmonie’s education team and is responsible for developing, designing and implementing Philharmonie’s school programme dedicated to primary and secondary schools in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

The Schools Programme Manager is responsible for the following tasks:

  • Develop, design and implement Philharmonie’s school program (workshops, in-school performances, creative and participatory projects, singing projects, teacher training as well as digital initiatives) with members of the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra and freelance artists/music educators
  • Manage concert productions for young audiences from initial idea through to performance. This includes: liaising with artists, agencies and partners, planning all aspects of rehearsals and logistics, administering contracts and travel, and overseeing events on performance days
  • Collaborate closely with the Senior Manager – Education and the education team to support and contribute to the full range of music education initiatives offered by the Philharmonie


  • Academic background or relevant qualifications in arts or music management, musicology, music education, music pedagogy or project management
  • Prior experience in the field of music education, ideally within a school context
  • Strong organisational skills, sense of responsibility and reliability, along with a positive and professional approach to work
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team
  • Passionate about music education and highly motivated to contribute to the success of the educational programme
  • Fluent command of at least two of the three following languages: German, French and English


The detailed description of the position can be requested from Mrs Stefanie Wurst at:
Applications specifying salary expectations should be sent until June 24th 2024 via our website