Join us in Making Music Happen

Working all over the world, our London-based team is built on passion, experience and commitment, and benefits from a friendly, caring and creative environment that allows them and the artists they represent to thrive.

Are you a hard-working individual with a passion for great art? If so, we’d love to hear from you.

All vacancies will be listed below.

How we work.

We make things happen.
In 2018 alone, our team facilitated more than 8,000 performances in 70 countries – that’s more than 20 performances a day!

We’re experienced pioneers.
Our colleagues and their predecessors have been forging relationships and breaking ground all around the globe for more than 140 years; from the first UK staging of Wagner’s Ring in 1882, to the Berlin Phil and London Symphony Orchestra’s debuts in Thailand in 2018.

We’re passionate.
We love the arts, which goes without saying, but are also passionate about our own and our artists’ social, environmental and ethical impact on the wider world.

We care about our team.
Our staff are our strongest asset, so we take care of them. Benefits include private medical insurance, confidential Employee Assistance Programme, life insurance, cycle to work, TOIL and Flexi Start Time, extended Christmas break, career and wellbeing reviews, enhanced family leave, and individualised training.

We’re open.
We operate in an open-minded and approachable way, cultivating meaningful relationships around the globe by acting with honesty and trust.

We enjoy spending time together.
Whether through communal lunches at our family-style kitchen table, supporting artists at concerts around the world, regular office get-togethers, or social events after work.

Employee satisfaction.

When asked in a survey, 100% of colleagues would recommend us as an employer, identifying colleagues and our culture as key reasons for this:

“the people who work here – even on a bad day someone will make you laugh!”
“the atmosphere in the office, and the genuine interest in making great music happen around the world”
“the trust and respect between colleagues”
“that we all genuinely are trying to do the best for our artists, and we support each other when there is a problem”

Diversity & inclusion.

Askonas Holt is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons whatever your age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or disability.

Recruitment agencies.

At Askonas Holt we actively manage our own recruitment. On the rare occasions that we use agencies, we have an excellent and comprehensive preferred supplier list in place with negotiated terms and conditions. Unless we contact you, we will not accept agency applications.

Get in touch.

If you have any questions, please get in touch at [email protected]



  • Artist Administrator, Askonas Holt & Benedetti Foundation (Closing 25 November) More info  

    The holder of this unique position will provide vital administrative support for Nicola Benedetti’s thriving international career.

    With the recent establishment of Benedetti Foundation (BF) and the continuous development of her performing career, educational activities and campaigning work, this new position will work across all aspects of Nicola Benedetti’s professional life, providing administrative and practical support to help manage her daily schedule.

    The role will be primarily based at Askonas Holt’s offices in central London but with some time also in Nicola Benedetti’s London home. The successful candidate will report to a Senior Manager at Askonas Holt but will also liaise directly with the Executive Director of the Benedetti Foundation and with Nicola herself. This role will ensure the smooth and joined-up communication between all areas of Nicola Benedetti’s work, acting as Artist Administrator for Askonas Holt, The Benedetti Foundation and Nicola Benedetti.

    Closing date: 5pm on Monday 25 November 2019

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  • Work Placement (3 months / flexible hours) More info  

    We are seeking a bright, ambitious and self-motivated individual who requires a work placement as part of their Higher Education course. They will work primarily within the singers’ department however may have the chance to work with other departments in the company. The individual will have the opportunity to experience working life in a leading arts agency and to gain invaluable experience through work shadowing managers and administrators.

    This placement is expenses only.

    Closing date: 5pm on Friday 6 December 2019

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  • Artist Administrator (Closing 15 November) More info  

    We seek an Artist Administrator responsible for the delivery of administration and travel advice for world-leading conductors. This is a great opportunity for a flexible, organised and creative person to gain relevant experience to start a career in arts management.

    Closing date: 5pm on Friday 15 November 2019

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