MidAmerica Productions in NYC and MidAm International announce an opening for a musician with administrative experience to have a position with an organization which, for 37 years, has produced and presented more than 1300 concerts world-wide, including over 590 in historic Carnegie Hall as well as music tours/residencies in Vienna/Salzburg, Florence/Verona/Venice, Paris, Lisbon/Porto, and with the International Festival of the Aegean on the Island of Syros, Greece – “the Salzburg of the Aegean."

The Founder and General Music Director of MidAmerica Productions and MidAm International is Peter Tiboris.


Primary Tasks include:

  • Perform essential administrative tasks as they relate to concert development and production in daily office operations.
  • Maintain and keep up-to-date MidAmerica’s internal global database of clientele for concert productions.
  • Extrapolate data from MidAmerica’s database and create reports on client recruitment.
  • Research ensembles and conductors in the United States to expand MidAmerica’s network of viable clients.
  • Reach clients via telephone and email to connect them to a senior MidAmerica program development team member. That team member will provide a set of measurable goals to achieve each week and/or month with regards to connecting with a certain number of clients.
  • Assist in the execution of all concert productions as requested by MidAmerica Productions’ Production Manager in Carnegie Hall and abroad.

Minimum bachelor's degree in music, and an advanced degree in arts management.  Persons with a minimum of three years of professional experience are preferred.

Appointment Details:
This is a full-time appointment, based in MidAmerica’s headquarters office in New York City. Starting salary $40,000 to $45,000 depending on experience. Complete health benefits provided by the company after four months of full time employment. Important weekend work is occasionally required where additional compensation is provided. Two weeks paid vacation provided after the first six months of employment.  Bonuses and raises after one year review.

The offices are located at 39 Broadway, 36th Floor, New York, NY 10006

This position will remain open, until filled.


Application Instructions / Public Contact Information:
Please forward your resume and cover letter to:

Eric Spiegel, Director of Program Development

Starting date: Early October 2019

The position remains open until filled