The Tidewater AGO lists, free of charge, job postings for organists and church musicians in the area. If your church or organization has a job opening you would like posted on our website, please email Geoffrey Bell!
St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Virginia Beach, Virginia (Kings Grant area) is seeking a part-time Handbell Choir Director. The director will be responsible for weekly rehearsals and one performance Sunday per month, September – May. For more information or to submit a resume, email Jamie Dougherty, Music Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 757-343-0512.
Choir Accompanist/Assistant Organist needed for Grace Episcopal Church in Kilmarnock. Duties include accompanying the choir at the principal Sunday morning service and at special seasonal services during the year, one weekly choir rehearsal, and assisting the Director of Music as needed. Qualifications are formal organ training and accompanying experience. Salary is dependent on qualifications. An alternate possibility is an organ scholar who is currently studying organ with the expectation of becoming a church musician. The music at Grace Church is traditional Episcopal and Anglican hymnody and choral music, with Anglican chant for the Psalm. For more information, please contact the Director of Music, Agnes French, at 757-345-6355 or by e-mail at email@example.com. The position will begin with the start of choir season in the fall.
Virginia Beach United Methodist Church is seeking a part-time church organist. The organist will play on Sundays for our two traditional worship services, as the accompanist to our adult choirs, and as part of the church orchestra. The organist will also attend various rehearsals and play at times for funerals and weddings. Our organ is a Casavant Opus 3587, three manual, fifty rank pipe organ installed in 1985. For more details click here for a detailed job description (pdf). If you are interested in applying for this position please contact our Director of Music, Tina Gimlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.