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2nd Bass singers for the Göteborg Opera Male Chorus

The Göteborg Opera wishes to employ two singers for the 2nd bass section, in the opera chorus. The positions are permanent contracts and start with a probationary year on 1 July 2023.

Deadline for applications 2022-09-25

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Trombone tenor/bass

The Göteborg Opera is accepting applications for trombone tenor/bass, for the Göteborg Opera Orchestra. This is a permanent, full-time position with initial trial period starting 2023 according to agreement.

Deadline for applications 2022-10-09

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Co-principal trumpet

The Göteborg Opera is receiving applications for Co-principal trumpet to Göteborg Opera Orchestra. This is a permanent full-time position with initial trial period starting 2023 according to agreement.

Deadline for applications is 2022-10-23

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About the Göteborg Opera

Our vision is to be one of northern Europe’s leading opera houses. We work with a broad repertoire of opera, contemporary dance, musicals and concerts. GöteborgsOperan AB is a state-owned company in the Västra Götaland regionen, with around 500 employees. The Main Stage and Small Stage combined present around 350 performances per year, for around 250 000 visitors. Our turnover is around 500 million SEK annually. The Göteborg Opera is a multicultural workplace, with an almost equal number of male and female employees.

A stage hand works clearning the stage - photo taken from a low angle up towards the stage lights in the roof.

In photo:  Michael Mennell|Photographer:  Mats Bäcker