Clarinettist with E flat – and bass clarinet. 

About the ensemble

The Danish Chamber Players consists of 8 classical musicians: flute, clarinet, bassoon, harp, piano, violin, viola and cello. 

The ensemble plays chamber music at the highest artistic level and delivers extraordinary music experiences for a diverse audience of all ages at around 90-100 concerts a year. 

The ensemble is based in KUMUS at Fuglsang in historical settings next to Fuglsang Art Museum with a wonderful chamber music hall. 

The Danish Chamber Players was formed in 1991 and designated a “basis ensemble”, funded by the Danish State and Guldborgsund, Lolland, Næstved and Faxe municipalities. 

The ensemble occupies a unique place in Danish cultural life due to its many and varied activities: chamber concerts in a unique variety of constellations, our two own festivals as musical flagships, collaborations with exquisite artists and other art forms such as authors, art or actors, recordings and broadcasts, school concerts, and workshops with our youth ensemble “Understrømmen”. 

Many new pieces and arrangements by some of the most innovative contemporary composers are premiered every year by the ensemble – approximately 115 new pieces have been written for the ensemble till now. 

About the position: 

The ensemble performs in many different instrumental combinations and usually works without a conductor. Ensemble musicians often perform as soloists. The ensemble occasionally works with guest artists and may be expanded with additional instruments. 

An interest in educational communication and an ability to inspire a broad audience is important. Teaching can be a part of the job. 

The activity level is high and the versatile tasks require high artistic ambitions, flexibility and good collaborative skills. 

In addition to the purely musical duties, the musicians are expected to actively participate in the ensemble’s development of all its activities, such as the ensemble’s programming committee.
Ensemble musicians are also expected to perform various practical tasks in administration, presentation and representation. 

The daily working language is Danish – both spoken and written. 

It is expected that one will acquire the necessary linguistic competence in Danish to actively participate in all aspects of the ensemble’s activities, including concert presentations.

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