Children's Classic Concerts,
46a Fortrose Street,
G11 5LP UK
0141 334 8500


We are seeking a Digital Content Producer on a freelance basis for a fixed term until June 2024. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating content to promote our activity and highlight our work. The individual will be required to capture and collect video footage from our performances throughout the year, culminating in a series of short reportage-style films and social media content. The Digital Content Producer’s role will involve up to seven days of filming (which will include travel around Scotland) from October 2023 to May 2024, and editing time. You will work closely with the CCC team and an understanding, or experience, of the fast-paced nature of musical performance would be desirable. Knowledge of filming and recording techniques is essential and you must be able to work in a discreet, behind-the-scenes manner. You must also have access to your own equipment and be willing to travel. You can find all the details for this role here. The closing date

For those of you who have been to one of our concerts recently, you may have noticed some of the CCC team after the performance lurking around the foyers trying to grab people to hear some feedback. We want to say a massive THANK YOU to those of you who took the time to talk to us. It's been amazing to speak to you - and the children - to hear what you think about the concerts, and it's incredibly helpful for us to get some feedback on how you want us to develop in the future. We've have some really terrific comments which we wanted to share with you: For those of you who just can't manage a chat at the end of the concert (let's be honest, sometimes with little children you just want to get out the door and get home!) we also give you a link to the online feedback form on our programmes, which

It’s February! How did that happen?! It’s time to crawl out of hibernation and start looking forward to the musical adventures we have planned for the next two months. We’ll be travelling around Scotland: from Inverness, to Edinburgh, via Giffnock, and then up to Aberdeen and Dundee. So there really is something for everyone! Let’s tell you a bit more about what you can look forward to…First up