Audience Services Representative
This entry-level, part-time position provides excellent customer service to all Minnesota Opera patrons via multiple channels (inbound and outbound calls, email, mail, in person) and supports daily Ticket Office operations. Audience Services Representatives will possess expert knowledge of Minnesota Opera performances and events, and will go above and beyond to ensure an extraordinary customer experience, both at the Opera Center in Minneapolis and at the Ordway in St. Paul.
Web & Digital Media Associate
The Web & Digital Media Associate is primarily responsible for the ongoing maintenance of the Minnesota Opera website and digital marketing efforts, and plays a supporting role in content creation and content dissemination via social media platforms. The main objectives will be to ensure timely delivery of content online, to increase revenue and patron engagement, to develop and execute social media strategies, research upcoming trends and apply them proactively, and to continue to build and advance the Opera’s brand through online properties.
The Events Manager is an integral, public-facing member of Minnesota Opera and is responsible for achieving annual fundraising and attendance goals, thoroughly organizing all aspects of Opera events, providing concierge-quality service to donors, and cultivating major-donor relationships. This position manages all Development department events and some Opera-wide events, including but not limited to the Gala, Cabaret, Annual Meeting, new works receptions, opening-night dinners, intermission receptions, individual and institutional stewardship events, Board meetings, and other high-level Opera events. Occasionally this person may be called upon to solicit donations, and will be responsible for soliciting some live and silent auction items. The Events Manager is responsible for developing strategies and tactics to increase and maintain event revenue.
There are no internship openings at this time.
Have you ever dreamed of performing in a Minnesota Opera production onstage at the Ordway? Apply to become a “super” – a non-singing actor – and your dream just might come true! Your responsibilities may include interacting with the principal artists, chorus, or dancers, moving props or furniture around the stage, and even playing characters that help move the action along. Whatever your specific tasks, supers are an integral part of an opera production! Our super needs vary from show to show, but at different times we need men, women, boys, and girls, of all ages, shapes, and sizes.
Project Opera is Minnesota Opera’s youth training program for talented young singers. The group performs one opera a year that is for kids and by kids. Project Opera students also serve as the children’s chorus in Minnesota Opera main stage productions.