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Administrative Positions

The LSO takes more than musicians to bring music to the high plains!


Interested in joining the LSO as a musician? Get all your audition information here.

Inspiring Interns Program

We offer Marketing, Graphic Design and Administrative internships!

Teaching Artists

Our musicians bring fresh perspectives to subjects taught in local schools!

Employment Opportunities

Administrative Positions


Audition date: Sunday, Sept. 11

Location: TTU School of Music

WW/Brass: band hall

Strings: choir hall

The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra announces auditions for the 2022-2023 Season and are will be held on Sunday, September 11. The following positions are available:

Section Flute/Piccolo (packet)

Section Horn (packet)

Section Violin (packet)

Section Viola (packet) (Berlioz) (Brahms) (Scherzo) (Mozart) (Tchaikovsky)

Section Cello (packet)

Sublist Double Bass (packet)

Sublist Trumpet (packet)

Sublist Tenor Trombone (packet)

Sublist Bass Trombone (packet)

Musicians interested in applying for audition should submit a one-page resume. All applicants will be reviewed and those who pass a preliminary screening will be contacted by the LSO to schedule an audition time. In order to schedule an audition, all invited auditionees must provide the LSO with a $50 deposit, refundable upon the applicant appearing at the audition. The resume and deposit will be due by August 27 to the Personnel and Operations Manager ([email protected])


In the event that a vacant position is filled by a current member of the LSO who auditions for it, the position vacated may be offered to the next best qualified applicant.

In the event that the Audition Committee deems that two or more candidates are artistically comparable, the LSO reserves the right to use information concerning an applicant’s distance from Lubbock and season availability to determine the winner of an audition.


The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra is invested in providing real-world experience to talented collegians from the campuses of Texas Tech University, Lubbock Christian University, Wayland Baptist University, or South Plains College. The LSO’s Inspiring Interns Program provides rewarding internships in Marketing and Graphic Design. The program offers hands-on work experience in a creative environment within the region’s largest cultural arts organization. Acceptance into the program is competitive and internships are compensatory. Interns contribute approximately 10 hours per week to the LSO. In some cases, this work may be used toward class credit. Information about upcoming LSO internships is listed below. More internship opportunities may be available; for information contact Amie Dean at 806.762.1688 or [email protected].

Marketing Intern

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Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and 1-3 writing samples. Writing samples can be from past work experiences, class, or based on a past or future LSO event. They can include press releases, essays, blog posts, a collection of social media posts, etc.

For more information or to apply, email Emily Gavaghan at [email protected].

Teaching Artists Program

We want to see local students flourish and enjoy learning! We work with local schools to supplement their curriculum with music education. Everyone learns differently.

LSO teaching artists are currently working in 45 classrooms on 12 LISD campuses, reaching approximately 1,035 students. Plans are underway to expand the program to all LISD elementary schools. For more information on this program, contact LSO Education Director Jeanette Markee at (806) 762-1688 or [email protected]

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