An Orchestra Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of an orchestra/symphony ensemble, and looks after the needs of the musicians.
A Conductor unifies performers, sets the tempo, executes clear preparations and beats, and shapes the sound of the ensemble.
The Program Director is responsible for the overall leadership, development, designs, and implementation of classical performance programs
The Creative Director leads the communication and interactive design and concept of performances
Secondary Music Educators teach the skills, theory and techniques required to play an instrument. They may be responsible for leading a school band, orchestra or choir, and for putting on school concerts and competitions.
A Private Music Tutor gives individual instruction to students and develops their own teaching plans and guidelines
A Music Librarian catalogues scores, recordings, online resources, books, digital music and song folios for a music library.
An Orchestra Musician performs as part of a large instrumental ensemble.
A Chamber Musician is part of a small ensemble of instrumentalists, usually performing in smaller venues with an intimate atmosphere.
A Music Journalist writes in depth pieces about musicians, conducting interviews and covers the people behind the music.