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View135High School Band Class, Basic Keyboard InstructionImmediate Full Time opening for a high school position that includes Keyboa...more
Immediate Full Time opening for a high school position that includes Keyboard instruction (I and II) and Band class. Please send Cover Letter, Resume, College Transcripts, copy of MA Certification, and 3 current Letters of Recommendation to: Joseph Picano, Supervisor of Fine Arts, Fine Arts Department, 100 Bennett Street, Lynn MA 01905 or email the same to jpicano@lynnschools.org
FTNULLLynn Public SchoolsLynnMAJoseph Picanojpicano@lynnschools.org2014-09-262014-10-30
View134Substitute Music TeacherWellesley Public Schools seeks on-call Substitute Music Teachers to fill in...more
Wellesley Public Schools seeks on-call Substitute Music Teachers to fill in for regular Music Teacher absences. Experience teaching music is preferred but not necessary. This position pays $99.60 per day. Please apply on www.schoolspring.com or through the Wellesley website at www.wellesley.k12.ma.us
NULLPTWellesley Public SchoolsWellesleyMassachusettsValerie Spruill2014-09-232014-11-28
View133High School Choral Piano AccompanistThe Weston Public Schools has an opening for a High School Choral piano acc...more
The Weston Public Schools has an opening for a High School Choral piano accompanist. Dates: Rehearsals and concerts throughout the 2014-2015 school year. Pay: $25 per hour, approximately $4000 per year. for more information contact: Christopher Memoli Director of Music Weston Public Schools 444 Wellesley Street Weston, MA 02493 781-786-5945 memolic@weston.org
NULLPTWeston High SchoolWestonMAChristopher Memoli, Director of Musicmemolic@weston.org2014-09-222014-10-22
View132After School Program Strings TeacherThe Lynnfield Youth Music School is an active after-school program that off...more
The Lynnfield Youth Music School is an active after-school program that offers private lessons, ensembles, and classes to students and adults in Lynnfield and the surrounding communities. See our website at www.LynnfieldYouthMusic.com for details about the program. We are looking for a string instructor with experience teaching violin & cello, who would teaching one afternoon a week for 2-3 hours. Pay is competitive with surrounding communities. Resumes can be directed to Tom Westmoreland, Director, at LynnfieldYouthMusic@gmail.com
NULLPTLynnfield Youth Music SchoolLynnfieldMassachusettsTom WestmorelandLynnfieldYouthMusic@gmail.com2014-09-182014-09-30
View131Flute TeacherThe job entails teaching flute in a group setting to 4th graders during the...more
The job entails teaching flute in a group setting to 4th graders during the day and group, semi private, or private lessons to 5th - 8th graders after school. Contact Steve Miller, Director of Fine and Performing Arts for interview and or further details: smiller@natickps.org
NULLPTNatick Public SchoolsNatickMAStephen Millersmiller@natickps.org2014-09-152014-10-01
View130HS choral accompanistWe are looking for an excellent accompanist for our HS choral groups. Must ...more
We are looking for an excellent accompanist for our HS choral groups. Must be able to play diverse literature. Meets 2:15-3 Tu-Fri (on early release Fridays, meets 11-11:45). 2-3 concerts a year. $3000. stipend. Please email resume to contact below. Great program-great kids!
NULLPTMaynard HSMaynardMACindy Blanchardcblanchard@maynard.k12.ma.us2014-09-152014-10-01
View129Guitar InstructorWe are looking for a Part-Time guitar instructor to teach private lessons t...more
We are looking for a Part-Time guitar instructor to teach private lessons to students age 5-10. Candidates must have documented experience teaching young children. To Apply, send a cover letter and resume to: Spencer Aston Director of Music saston@powersmusic.org
NULLPTPowers Music SchoolBelmontMASpencer Astonsaston@powersmusic.org2014-09-152014-10-15
View128Percussion InstructorWe are looking for a part-time percussion instructor to teach students of a...more
We are looking for a part-time percussion instructor to teach students of all ages (youth-adult). We are looking for someone who has the ability to teach in a variety of styles. The ideal candidate is one who is willing to help build our growing percussion program. Please send a cover letter and resume to: Spencer Aston Director of Music saston@powersmusic.org No Phone Calls Please
NULLPTPowers Music SchoolBelmontMASpencer Astonsaston@powersmusic.org2014-09-152014-10-15
View127SingersWe are casting for The Son: baritone (needs to be able to hold F4) Chorus: ...more
We are casting for The Son: baritone (needs to be able to hold F4) Chorus: seeking T/B An honorarium will be provided to soloists and members of the choir. Performers of color are especially encouraged to apply. At the audition, you will be asked to sing a 20th century or contemporary art song, as well as to sing a short excerpt from 'The Mother'. An accompanist will be provided. Please indicate for which role or chorus voice you want to audition, you can also audition for both. We ask that you bring a paper copy for the accompanist and one extra copy which you can sent as PDF if that is easier. Rehearsals will be held at BU CFA First rehearsal will be on September 27 at 3 pm. The rest of the rehearsals will be held on Saturdays at 3 pm-5:30 pm, October 4,11,25; November 1, 8 15. Singers will be called at different times inside this time frame, except last two rehearsals. Dress rehearsal is on November 18th (Tuesday) from 8-10 pm. Performance November 19th (Wednesday), 7:30 pm. Please contact Katya Anoshkin at kattya@bu.edu to schedule your audition.
PTRevolutionary Voices ProjectBostonMAKatya Anoshkin2014-09-132014-10-01
View126Long-term sub, Middle School Band/Orchestra/General (piano/guitar)Band/Concert Band: Prepare 3 ensembles, one each at grade level: 6, 7 & 8 f...more
Band/Concert Band: Prepare 3 ensembles, one each at grade level: 6, 7 & 8 for evening concert performance in December. Must have understanding of woodwind, brass and percussion methods/pedagogy for large group, mixed instrument instruction (band rehearsal); music theory and ear training. Familiarity with Standard of Excellence band method book and developmentally appropriate repertoire and technique is helpful. Marching Band: Prepare grades 7 & 8 to march in the Veterans' Day Parade and the Christmas Parade. Chaperone Veterans Day Parade 11/11/14 and Christmas Parade, 11/29/14 (stipend available). Orchestra: Prepare 3 ensembles, one each at grade level: 6, 7 & 8 for evening concert performance in December. Understanding of string methods/pedagogy for large group, mixed instrument instruction (orchestra rehearsal); music theory and ear training; ability to tune and teach students to tune stringed instruments. General Music: Provide group instruction (25-35 students) on the piano in the keyboard lab. Provide beginner group instruction (25-35 students) on the guitar. Must have rudimentary skill in piano & guitar technique, pedagogy and music theory.
FTJohn T. Nichols Middle SchoolMiddleboroughMATimothy McLaughlin, Asst. Principaltmclaughlin@middleboro.k12.ma.us2014-09-112015-01-30
View124Accompanist(s)Accompanists needed immediately for weekly elementary chorus classes. Multi...more
Accompanists needed immediately for weekly elementary chorus classes. Multiple schools. Includes winter and spring evening concerts. $22.47 per hour
PTNewton Public SchoolsNewtonMARichard King, Fine Arts Coordinatorrichard_king@newton.k12.ma.us2014-09-102014-10-10
View123Musical Theater Director WantedMulti-generational theater troupe seeks music director for March 2015 show ...more
Multi-generational theater troupe seeks music director for March 2015 show The Parish Players of Dedham, MA is embarking on its 20th anniversary production early next year and is seeking a music director. Parish Players generally has a cast of 20-30 ranging in age from 7-70+ (one year our Auntie Em was 89 years old). All cast and crew are volunteers. Last year we staged a non-musical version of Alice in Wonderland and both our actors and audience would like to return to a musical for 2015. Recent shows include Schoolhouse Rock Live!, Seussical the Musical, Godspell and Guys and Dolls. Auditions will be held in mid-December, 2014 and rehearsals are every Sunday from 11:30-2:30 from January-March, a community pre-performance a Sunday in mid-March, tech week the last week of March (dress rehearsals Sunday 11:30-5, Mon, Tues and Wed evenings) and four performances the last weekend in March. No previous experience as a music director is necessary. All we ask is the ability to play piano to accompany actors, to teach different parts to each song and work with the director to stage the musical. A stipend is available. Please visit http://www.dedhamuu.org/the_parish_players and The Parish Players on Facebook for more information about Parish Players. If interested please contact Virginia Hickey Ferentinos at vmhickey@yahoo.com
PTFirst Church of DedhamDedhamMAVirginia Hickey Ferentinosvmhickey@yahoo.com2014-09-092014-10-31
View122Long Term Sub for High School MusicPosition: Long Term Sub for High School Music (Full time). Start Date: Nove...more
Position: Long Term Sub for High School Music (Full time). Start Date: November 13, 2014. Pembroke High School seeks a dynamic long term sub to cover a maternity leave. Teaching will consist of the following classes: Concert Orchestra, Freshmen Girls' Choir, Guitar Lab, Piano Lab, and Music Theory. General Duties: To foster in each student an appreciation of music as well as an ability to read and notate music in order to play instruments, alone or with others, performing a varied repertoire of music. Qualifications: 1. Bachelor's Degree or higher in Music Education, or related field preferred; 2. Evidence of competence in instrumental music required; additional competency in other subjects desired; 3. Demonstrated ability to perform the responsibilities below as evidenced by course work, educational experience, school-level involvement and/or system-wide professional activities, and the interview process. Responsibilities: 1. Teach skills necessary for students to play/sing independently and with accurate intonation, steady tempo, rhythmic accuracy, and appropriate technique; 2. Teach students to play/sing expressively with appropriate dynamics, phrasing and articulation, and interpretation; 3. Instruct students to perform in groups, blending instrumental timbres, matching dynamic levels, and responding to the cues of a conductor; 4. Instruct students to perform independent instrumental parts while other students play contrasting parts; 5. Establish and maintain standards of student behavior to provide an orderly, productive environment during practice, group rehearsal, and musical performance; 6. Evaluate each student's musical growth and performance, assessing each individual's contribution to the performances; 7. Plan, rehearse and direct students in musical programs for school and community; 8. Cooperate with the school administration in providing musical programs for school/community productions; Winter, Spring, and All-Town String Concerts. Applications will only be accepted via School Spring. Please include a cover letter, resume, copy of MA Certification, college transcripts, and three current letters of recommendation when applying.
FTPembroke High SchoolPembrokeMAGwynne Chapmangwynne.chapman@pembrokek12.org2014-09-092014-10-10
View121Middle School Technical Director/Auditorium ManagerStipended position. Candidate should have strong technical theatre backgrou...more
Stipended position. Candidate should have strong technical theatre background and eagerness to teach 6, 7, and 8th grade students to engage in all technical aspects of staged productions. Must relate well to young adolescents, be punctual and dependable, and have strong organizational skills. Responsibilities include: AUDITORIUM MANAGER. * Supervise maintenance of all sound and light equipment in the auditorium. * Oversee the maintenance of all stage equipment and materials used by drama and music performances as well as school-wide assemblies and productions. * Keep the stage in order with emphasis on safety and efficient use of storage areas for large stage equipment. TECHNICAL DIRECTOR. * Train a student Sound and Light Crew to operate equipment with accuracy, safety, and artistry. Students will meet as an after school club once weekly 2:30-3:30 with the Auditorium Manager to learn how to run all equipment properly and safely. * Work with students to design and build sets for drama productions (2 plays and one musical) throughout the year. Performance dates will be provided to interviewed candidates. * Provide and supervise student Sound and Light crews to cover all drama tech weeks and production runs. * Provide and supervise Sound and Light crews for all music concerts performed during the school day and in the evening. * Provide for the technical needs of any outside renters of the auditorium. Candidates should mail a cover letter, resume, and three references to: Dr. Sandra Nicolucci. Interim K-12 Director of Performing Arts. Wellesley Middle School. 50 Kingsbury Street. Wellesley, MA 02481
PTWellesley Middle SchoolWellesleyMADr. Sandra Nicoluccimaddena@wellesleyps.org2014-09-092014-09-30
View120Percussion Private TeacherPercussion Teacher for After School Private Lesson Program. Lessons start a...more
Percussion Teacher for After School Private Lesson Program. Lessons start after 2:15pm. Flexible Scheduling. If interested, please email awebster@medway.k12.ma.us with resume.
PTMedway Pubic SchoolsMedwayMAAmanda Websterawebster@medway.k12.ma.us2014-09-042014-10-04
View119Choral Conductor, BSU Alumni Chamber ChoirThe BSU Alumni Chamber Choir is seeking a dynamic experienced choral conduc...more
The BSU Alumni Chamber Choir is seeking a dynamic experienced choral conductor for the Spring 2015 semester (Jan - May). The choir is a SATB group of approximately 25 adult members. Weekly rehearsals are held on Wednesdays 7:30 - 9:30 in Bridgewater. The group performs two concerts each semester, plus possible performances at on-campus alumni events and/or as community outreach. Duties include selection of repertoire, conducting rehearsals and concerts, and editing concert CD with recording person. Minimum qualifications: a master's degree in music (choral conducting, music education, composition) and at least 5 years choral conducting experience with singers ranging from high school levels through adult age groups. Stipend: $3,200. Please send resume with three references to Arthur Sharpe, President BSUACC, P.O. Box 744, Randolph, MA 02368 or carptec2@aol.com or call 781.888.4490.
PTBridgewater State UniversityBridgewaterMAArthur Sharpe, BSUACC Presidentcarptec2@aol.com2014-09-032014-10-22
View117Instrumental Band director assistantAssistant band director needed at St Mary of the Hill School, Quincy Cathol...more
Assistant band director needed at St Mary of the Hill School, Quincy Catholic Academy. Both programs take place once per week after school Monday and Tuesday respectfully.
PTSt Mary of the Hill School, Milton and Quincy Catholic AcademyMilton/QuincyMALou VaruzzoLou@pemusic.com2014-09-022014-09-23
View116Children's Choir DirectorUnited Parish of Auburndale Vacancy: Children's Choir Director Position Sum...more
United Parish of Auburndale Vacancy: Children's Choir Director Position Summary *Direct the Children's Choir, consisting of approximately 15-20 children in grades 2-6; this position reports to the Director of Music. Job Duties: *Collaborate with the ministers, the Director of Music, the Children's Choir members, and their families in administration of the children's choir program.*Select, review, and learn children's choral music; arrange or otherwise adapt children's anthems to the choir's strengths; select and purchase new choral music. *Plan and conduct the Children's Choir weekly rehearsals on Thursday afternoons; work with choir parents in facilitating rehearsals; learn children's anthem accompaniments; teach the music to members of the Children's Choir and educate them in musicianship and liturgy. *Prepare the Children's Choir to rehearse and sing in Sunday worship for eight to ten services annually including Advent, Christmas Eve, and Easter.*Select and coordinate the annual Children's Choir musical in the spring. Qualifications: *Experience working with children in music education.*Superior skills in vocal coaching, conducting and accompanying.*Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.*Team player, ability to build and maintain strong relationships with colleagues and choir parents. Salary commensurate with experience, in the range of $12,000 for September through June. Job offer will be contingent upon successful completion of pre-employment reference checks and background screening. Please send cover letter and resume to office@upanewtonma.org.
PTUnited Parish of AuburndaleNewtonMAMichelle Zebianoffice@upanewtonma.org2014-08-282015-06-30
View115Elementary General/Choral Long Term SubstitueK-7 Elementary General Music and Choral Long Term Substitute.FTBrayton Elementary SchoolNorth AdamsMAJohn Franzoni, Principaljfranzoni@napsk12.org2014-08-272014-10-01
View114EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER - IMMEDIATE OPENINGBrookline Music School seeks a part-time EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER to t...more
Brookline Music School seeks a part-time EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER to teach music classes for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and group piano classes. The successful applicant will be charismatic, playful, creative, and energetic, with excellent musical and piano skills, an understanding of child development and experience with Gordon's Music Learning Theory. Teaching takes place at the school's Kennard House location on weekdays during morning and afternoon hours and possibly on weekends. QUALIFICATIONS. Brookline Music School seeks an individual with a proven record of teaching early childhood music classes who is passionate and committed to growing the early childhood program through solid pedagogy. Organizational, communication and interpersonal skills are essential in order to represent the school to our students' families. An undergraduate degree in music education or a related music field -is required; a graduate degree or the equivalent is preferred. TO APPLY. Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and a list of references with email and telephone contact information to info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading. References should include parents of at least two current or recent students. Applicants should be prepared to give a teaching demonstration with a BMS student and to perform a repertoire selection. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately.
PTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2014-08-252014-09-23
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