Pop music & Culture Tour

Pop music & Culture Tour

Job Outline

We are selecting two singer/ guitarists to lead our captivating Pop Music and Culture tour of Italy. A position on our Pop Music & Culture Tour involves leading Italian secondary school students (aged between 11 and 18) through interactive workshops based on pop music and culture. You would be working independently, though touring together, with a class of about 25 students at a time.

The songs you’d be performing are already chosen and go with the particular workshop requested. Songs are often updated during the tour to keep up with the Top 40 Chart. There are 3 different workshops offered depending on the students age. The workshops are 60 or 90 minutes long and you would usually do 2 or 3 a day in one or more schools, with around 25 students each time. You would not be teaching the students music or how to play an instrument. On that note, you don’t have to play at a professional level but enough to accompany yourself whilst leading songs.

Ideally you’d need to bring your own guitar but we could provide one if this isn’t possible. This also applies to personal laptops used for the presentations. Educo does supply all other technical equipment and can provide laptops if necessary.
As you’d be travelling around Italy with one other performer in a company car, drivers are required for this tour.

Workshops

1. Pop Top 40
2. Youth Music & Culture
3. Protest Music

Rehearsal agreements

Dates: Sunday 12th January 2020- Saturday 25th January 2020
Accommodation: shared room, breakfast and lunch
Payment: €300

Tour agreements

You will be working an average of up to six contact hours a day, at multiple schools, with travel afterwards which may include distances of 100km and upwards. Performers will be required to work Saturdays in certain areas.

Dates: Monday 27th January 2020- Friday 29th May 2020. There is a paid Easter break.
Accommodation: Shared room, breakfast (if provided by the hotel/ B & B)
Payment: €250 per week (paid monthly). Plus: car/ petrol costs; work insurance; the potential to earn up to €30 per week bonus – depending on the fulfilment of the Employment Conditions.