Careers at DCINY

  • Employment Opportunities

    We are always open to hearing from professional, enthusiastic, creative individuals who are interested in being part of the Distinguished Concerts International New York team. Interested candidates may submit their resumes to be maintained on file for consideration when openings become available. Internships are additionally available throughout the year.

  • Program Development Assistant

    JOB TITLE: Program Development Assistant / Sales Support
    REPORTS TO: Director/Associate Director of the Program Development Team
    SALARY: Commensurate with experience. This is an entry level position and includes full benefits and matching 401K.
    Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY) specializes in producing large-scale, internationally relevant programs in iconic venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Walt Disney Concert Hall – we are thrilled to be presenting over twenty events as part of our 10th Anniversary Concert Season in 2018.
    DCINY is seeking a dynamic and outgoing individual with a driving passion for music who can thrive in a client-facing sales role. A strong musical background is a must (preferably as an area of study at the university level), with previous sales experience highly preferred. Strengths and skills in research, admin, and the enjoyment of talking to people by phone and in person a plus.
    The Program Development Assistant plays an integral part in the day-to-day operations of the Program Development team, and will specifically assist the team Directors in identifying and qualifying performing groups (both choral and instrumental) for possible inclusion on DCINY’s Concert Series.
    • Assist in development and research of future programming for the series, including liaison with performing artists and ensembles by phone, email and in person.
    • Responsible for correspondence, letters of invitation, and general written communications at the request of the development team.
    • Maintain accurate and up-to-date information of clients by entering and updating data in office software (Salesforce) and also keeping hardcopy files.
    • Occasional availability on evenings and concert weekends.
    To perform this job successfully, the individual selected should have:
    • Bachelor/Advanced Degree in music or music administration or related discipline strongly preferred. Consideration will also be given to applicants with extensive musical experience.
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and listening skills. Ability to successfully multi-task and excel in a fast paced environment and be attentive and precise in details.
    • 1-2 years of related experience in office environment
    • Computer Literacy: Familiarity with PC platforms and ability to work with MS Office required. Knowledge of Salesforce and/or CRM software a plus.
    • Ability to manage phone and in-person inquiries in a professional, patient and friendly manner.
    • Fluency in languages other than English a plus.
    • Resume showing work history
    • Salary history or requirements, and contact information for at least three references
    • A cover letter telling us why we should meet you!
    • To learn more about our company, visit:
    • Please email or fax your materials to or 646.736.0437
    • No phone calls or walk-ins please.

  • Part-time Production Staff


    DCINY is a classical music production company who works with national and international institutions to present full-scale choral masterworks, chamber music and instrumental performances at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. We are currently in search of highly self-motivated individuals to represent DCINY as part-time, paid production staff. Hired staff will be assigned to work concert residencies, based on needs, throughout the concert season (including but not limited to: weekends, holidays, etc).

    We are looking for individuals who are passionate about customer service and knowledgeable in classical music. Candidates should be confident in their communication skills, able to work with large groups effectively and quick to address changing situations and responsibilities during residency weekends. Ideal applicants have a background in music performance, theater, stage managing –music librarian work a plus.

    Production Staff are responsible for representing DCINY with the utmost level of professionalism, from the start of the first rehearsal to the end of post-concert receptions. Staff participates in the physical set up and strike of rehearsals and non-union performance venues, while assisting with talent flow during residencies.


    Interviews will be conducted on Thursday September 14 and Monday September 18. Please indicate in your email availability and time (morning, afternoon and/or evening). Applicants for remaining slots may be seen on alternate days.

    To apply please send resume, cover letter, and list of 3 references to listing “Production Staff Application” in the subject line.

  • Internships

    Send resume and cover letter telling us why we should meet you.