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View172Middle School Violin InstructorBeaver Country Day School seeks an enthusiastic, experienced, and student-c...more
Beaver Country Day School seeks an enthusiastic, experienced, and student-centered violin instructor. Responsibilities include teaching a beginner violin class to a small group (7-10) of 8th grade students and writing end of term progress reports. The class will meet twice a week on Tuesdays and Wednesday from 1:15-2:15 starting on March 10 and ending on June 6. Competitive candidates should demonstrate an understanding of and affinity for middle school students and experience teaching in small group settings. Candidates should email a cover letter and resume to: Tina Farrell, Performing Arts Department Head at TFarrell@bcdschool.org. Please include MS Violin Instructor in the subject line.
NULLPTBeaver Country Day SchoolChestnut HillMATina Farrelltfarrell@bcdschool.org2015-01-202015-03-20
View171Viola, Bass, & PercussionistsThe Reading Symphony Orchestra (Reading, MA) invites viola, bass, and percu...more
The Reading Symphony Orchestra (Reading, MA) invites viola, bass, and percussion players to join us! We have openings in these sections of our community orchestra and are looking for teachers and advanced students with orchestral experience to contact us for an audition. We are a non-paying, intergenerational, community orchestra that meets on Tuesday evenings for rehearsals. We are currently preparing Tchaikovsky Sym. #5, Berlioz Roman Carnival Overture, and the Dvorak Violin Concerto with Haldan Martinson from the BSO as our soloist.
NULLPTReadingMAAnita DiLullo - personnel manageradvband@aol.com2015-01-172015-01-31
View170Group Piano InstructorBrookline Music School is seeking a group piano instructor for students age...more
Brookline Music School is seeking a group piano instructor for students ages 4-6. The program is Music Moves for Piano, a research-based curriculum including singing, chanting, patterns, improvisation and learning short piano pieces and duets by ear. Classes begin the end of January and run for 15 weeks, following the Brookline Public School calendar. Looking for a candidate to teach 3 to 4 classes on Friday afternoons and/or Sundays. Familiarity with Music Learning Theory a plus and experience with early childhood music preferred.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAKrista Jadrokjadro@bmsmusic.org2015-01-082015-02-08
View169CLASSROOM MUSIC INSTRUCTOR .50CLASSROOM MUSIC INSTRUCTOR .50 The Erving Elementary and Swift River Sch...more
CLASSROOM MUSIC INSTRUCTOR .50 The Erving Elementary and Swift River Schools seek a dynamic individual for classroom music instruction effective Fall 2015. This is a part-time position serving the children of Erving, New Salem and Wendell. Responsibilities include classroom music instruction Grades K-6 and chorus. The preferred candidate will be able to lead each school in annual school productions as well as lead each school in regular community sings using an accompaniment instrument such as guitar or piano. Please visit our website at www.union28.org for a professional application and submit with letter of interest, resume, copies of transcripts, certification and three current letters of reference to: James Trill, Principal ERVING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 28 Northfield Road Erving, MA 01344 Applications accepted until position is filled. ~ EOE ~
NULLPTErving Elementary and Swift River SchoolsErving and New Salem MAJames Trilltrill@erving.com2015-01-072015-02-27
View168String TeacherBerkshire Children and Families, Kids 4 Harmony, an El Sistema inspired pro...more
Berkshire Children and Families, Kids 4 Harmony, an El Sistema inspired program, in expanding to North Adams! We are hiring a part-time (6hrs/week) violin/viola and/or cello Teaching Artist. The Teaching Artist will lead beginning school-aged string ensembles, sectionals, and also private lessons. Lessons will focus on age appropriate skill development for young musicians and building community through ensemble playing. This teacher will work to inspire and motivate children and youth to participate to their fullest potential. Experience in violin/viola and/or cello, teaching music, and a belief in music as a vehicle for social change is a must. Please send cover letter and resume to Paula McDermott, BCF, 480 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 or pmcdermott@berkshirechildren.org.
NULLPTKids 4 Harmony at Brayton ElementaryNorth AdamsMAPaula McDermottpmcdermott@berkshirechildren.org2015-01-062015-01-06
View167Visual Caption Head, Percussion Caption HeadThe Enfield Performing Arts Group, an all-age, non-profit marching music or...more
The Enfield Performing Arts Group, an all-age, non-profit marching music organization located in Agawam, MA and Enfield, CT, is looking for a Visual Caption Head and Percussion Caption Head for their drum and bugle corps this coming season. The Centurions participate in several parades and exhibitions during the year and are looking to perform a competitive field show in the Drum Corps Associates (DCA) circuit this summer. The positions are as follows: Visual Caption Head - Duties include working with tech(s) in developing indoor and outdoor visual basics programs, supervising the visual portion of outdoor rehearsals, and communicating with the Visual Designer as needed. Percussion Caption Head – Duties include working with battery and pit techs to coordinate instruction and communicating with the Percussion arranger(s) as needed. The ideal candidate would currently be employed as a high school music teacher, but all applicants will be considered. For more information, and to view our rehearsal schedule, visit our website at www.enfieldcenturions.org. If you are interested, please contact corps director Nick Yaworski at (203) 720-2858 or nyaworski@sbcglobal.net.
NULLPTEnfield Performing Arts GroupAgawam/EnfieldMA/CTNick Yaworskinyaworski@sbcglobal.net2014-12-282015-01-17
View166Assistant Professor, Music Education and Conductor of Major EnsemblesThe Department of Performing Arts at University of Massachusetts Boston see...more
The Department of Performing Arts at University of Massachusetts Boston seeks applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position for Music Education and Conductor of Major Ensembles. The position begins September 1, 2015, and is at the Assistant Professor rank. Primary duties include coordinating the Music Education program, which includes the Department’s Music Teacher Licensure Program, and serving as the liaison with the University’s College of Education and Human Development. Duties involve teaching courses such as instrumental methods and mentoring and supervising student teaching candidates. Other duties as assigned by the Chair of the Department of Performing Arts will be in keeping with the candidate’s experience and expertise. The successful candidate will be active in scholarly/creative publication and service to the University, profession and surrounding community. Minimum Requirements: The ideal candidate will possess the terminal degree in Music Education (Ph.D. or Ed.D); candidates who are ABD must have completed their degree by September 1, 2015. Teaching experience in elementary and secondary school is strongly recommended. To apply, please submit official transcripts of all college degrees, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three current letters of recommendation at: http://umb.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=55666. All applicants must complete an online application by February 15, 2015. For more information, contact David Patterson at david.patterson@umb.edu. UMass Boston provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment.
FTNULLUniversity of Massachusetts BostonBostonMADavid Pattersondavid.patterson@umb.edu2014-12-172015-01-16
View165PreK- Fourth Grade plus 5th grade choruslong term sub Jan 2015 - June 2015 2 preschool classes, 3 or 4 classes per...more
long term sub Jan 2015 - June 2015 2 preschool classes, 3 or 4 classes per grade level, K-4. Well stocked music room w midi station. Plenty of curriculum materials and supplies. Teacher who hold position on medical leave.
FTNULLThe Lincoln School, Smith BuildingLincolnMASteve McKennalook on LPS website: www.lincnet.org2014-12-162015-02-27
View164Long-term substitute music teacher, K-4Long-Term Substitute needed for elementary music teacher in the Lincoln Pu...more
Long-Term Substitute needed for elementary music teacher in the Lincoln Public Schools. Position available January 5, 2015 through the end of the 2014 - 2015 school year. Teach general music to students in grades K- 4. Some preschool classes possible. The job posting is available at www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=1186602
FTNULLLincoln SchoolLincolnMassachusettsPrincipal Steve McKennasmckenna@lincnet.org2014-12-162015-01-16
View163Music on the Hill Program ManagerMusic On The Hill is a summer day program emphasizing chamber music perform...more
Music On The Hill is a summer day program emphasizing chamber music performance with arts/theatre workshops and recreation for students ages 9 – 14. The Summer MOTH Program Manager is responsible for helping the MOTH Artistic Director with the daily oversight and operation of the MOTH program. The Program Manager position is a 4-week summer music education position with some additional time needed to facilitate the “set up” and “break down” of the program. This summer’s MOTH program will run from June 29-July 24, 2015. The program takes place at First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist (404 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA). The hours of the position are 8:15 am until approximately 5:00 pm with additional evening hours during weekday evening concerts. The Program Manager supervises approximately 50 students ages 9-14 and approximately 10 Counselor-in-Training students ages 15 – 18. The position is supportive of the artistic needs of the faculty and students/families who participate in the program. In addition, the Program Manager is responsible for assisting the Artistic Director in communicating with students, families and faculty. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Supervising students and all program activities Working with the MOTH Artistic Director and the MOTH Administrative Director in the overall on-site management of the MOTH program as it relates to administrative duties and the supervision of students. Communicating with Powers Music School’s administrative staff Managing expenses and receipts, as well as MOTH on-site administrative and computer files Procuring MOTH supplies Serving as stage manager for all concerts Creating and printing the faculty and student performance concert programs Assist the school’s Executive and Artistic Director and/or the Director of Music on resolving disciplinary issues involving the students Communicating with First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist’s staff or designated representative Communicating with medical contacts in the community as needed Completing other administrative work as needed The additional time required by this position to help the Artistic Director with setting up the program prior to the beginning of MOTH is flexible. The Program Manager reports to the Director of Music of the Powers Music School. Qualifications & Skills: Minimum: College degree plus 4 or more years experience working with and supervising groups of children in a school music program. Music experience is required with an emphasis on string pedagogy. Basic knowledge of string instrument repair and maintenance is preferred. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively with a variety of individuals, including parents, students, and faculty. Must have basic computer skills. Must have a car and be able to run errands and purchase supplies as needed. Must have CPR training or be willing to attend CPR training prior to the start of MOTH. Hours: 8:15 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, some evenings required; additional preparatory program work required (schedule for prep work is flexible) How to Apply: Send resume and letter of interest by mail, email, or fax to: Dr. Spencer Aston, Director of Music Powers Music School 396 Concord Avenue P.O. Box 398 Belmont, MA 02478 Email: saston@powersmusic.org Fax: 617-489-7353
NULLPTPowers Music SchoolBelmontMASpencer Astonsaston@powersmusic.org2014-12-102015-01-16
View162Bass Soloist/Section LeaderBASS Soloist & Section Leader The Quincy Point Congregational Church (44...more
BASS Soloist & Section Leader The Quincy Point Congregational Church (444 Washington Street, Quincy MA 02169) is searching for an INTERIM BASS soloist and part leader for January 2014 to the end of the church choir season (June 2014.) Responsibilities include: - Attending Sunday Morning 8:15-9:45 Rehearsal - Singing in the Chancel Choir during Sunday 10:00 service - Leading the bass section during rehearsals and church services - Singing solos, duets, and quartets during church services approximately once per month to 6 weeks. All interested Candidates are asked to submit a resume and a CD or website link of the candidate singing a solo to bmafera@gmail.com Finalists will be invited to interview with the music director Candidate must have strong sight-reading abilities and feel comfortable singing and leading vocally in a choral setting. Quincy Point Congregational Church is T accessible. Pay: 82$ per service. Interested? Questions? Contact: Benjamin Mafera Director of Music bmafera@gmail.com 781-264-5865
NULLPTQuincy Point Congregational ChurchQuincyMABenjamin Maferabmafera@gmail.com2014-12-092014-12-31
View161Indoor Percussion InstructorJanuary through March: Responsibilities include one evening rehearsal pe...more
January through March: Responsibilities include one evening rehearsal per week, and three competition dates. Indoor percussion experience required.
NULLPTWestford AcademyWestfordMAGeorge Arsenaultgarsenault@westfordk12.us2014-12-092014-12-31
View159After School Private Lesson Instructor (Percussion)The Billerica Fine Arts Department in conjunction with the Billerica Friend...more
The Billerica Fine Arts Department in conjunction with the Billerica Friends of Music are looking for an After-School Private Lesson Instructor (Percussion). The instructor will be taking over a well-established private studio of students currently studying privately. The instructor will be required to maintain accurate records which includes: -Submitting weekly lesson attendance records to the coordinator. -Submitting documentation for new student records. -Maintaining contact with families to coordinate lesson times and changes. -Other duties as assigned. This is a part-time after school appointment that provides flexibility in scheduling according to the needs of our students and the instructor.
NULLPTBillerica Public SchoolsBillericaMAChris Dearbeckcdearbeck@billericak12.com2014-12-042014-12-31
View158Woodwind Private Lesson Instructor (Reeds)The Billerica Fine Arts Department in conjunction with the Billerica Friend...more
The Billerica Fine Arts Department in conjunction with the Billerica Friends of Music are looking for an After-School Private Lesson Instructor (Reeds). The instructor will be taking over a well-established private studio of students currently studying privately. The instructor will be required to maintain accurate records which includes: -Submitting weekly lesson attendance records to the coordinator. -Submitting documentation for new student records. -Maintaining contact with families to coordinate lesson times and changes. -Other duties as assigned. This is a part-time after school appointment that provides flexibility in scheduling according to the needs of our students and the instructor.
NULLPTBillerica Public SchoolsBillericaMAChris Dearbeckcdearbeck@billericak12.com2014-12-042014-12-31
View157Pit Drummer for RENT: School EditionPlymouth High Schools VPA Department seeks an experienced drummer for the P...more
Plymouth High Schools VPA Department seeks an experienced drummer for the Plymouth North High School and Plymouth South High School combined production of RENT: School Edition. The drummer will be needed March 20th OR 21st (Exact date TBD in late January) for Sitzprobe, March 23rd-26th for dress rehearsals, and March 27th-29th for Performances. There will also be 1-2 rehearsals in the winter that will be scheduled once the personnel is entirely assembled. All rehearsals and performances take place at Plymouth North High School. Please contact Dave Grossman at dngrossman@plymouth.k12.ma.us for more information.
NULLPTPlymouth High SchoolsPlymouthMADave Grossmandngrossman@plymouth.k12.ma.us2014-12-042015-01-30
View156Trumpet teacher - private lessonsIMSCC, the after-school lessons program of the Concord and Carlisle schools...more
IMSCC, the after-school lessons program of the Concord and Carlisle schools, announces an immediate opening for trumpet teacher, 1 or 2 afternoons/evenings per week. Starting hourly rate is $47. Please send resumes to: Debbie Levine, dlevine@colonial.net, or phone 978-341-2490 x7152.
NULLPTConcord-Carlisle High SchoolConcordMADebbie Levinedlevine@colonial.net2014-11-242014-01-01
View155Conductor/Music Director for Community Chorus (Millis, MA)The Charles River Chorale, a non-audition community chorus centered in Mill...more
The Charles River Chorale, a non-audition community chorus centered in Millis, Massachusetts, will need a new director beginning Sept. 1, 2015 (with some summer overlap working with music selection and preparation). The Chorale began as The Millis Community Chorale, and has performed continuously for thirty (30) years under Founding Director Roy S. Kelley. The Chorale has a long tradition of performing a mix of works in two separate programs each year. One program is performed on the second Saturday of December, and focuses on Christmas, other holidays, and seasonal themes. The second is the first Saturday of May, and has a wider range of music, including "pops"-style pieces from musicals and Americana, some more classical or artistic works, and other material. We have a tradition of letting the director direct. We also have always had a director who has experience as a showman himself, and thus takes an active role from the stage. Our members run the gamut of skill and talent, as you may guess. Some have no formal training whatsoever, and learn their parts virtually by rote. Most have some basic music theory and experience, and can manage with assistance. A few are well-trained musicians. Thus, our director must also be patient with the rehearsal/teaching process. We rehearse every Tuesday in the autumn and the spring. We perform in the Millis High School Auditorium, and occasionally other venues. If you are interested in applying for this position, please send the following by E-MAIL to greglee@gregleelaw.com : - A CV or Resume setting out your education and experience as a choral director; - A brief letter stating why you might be the right successor for a chorus which has known only one director for thirty years; - Any references you may wish to provide at this time (optional) - Any inquiries you have; and - A means to contact you. Word or PDF is preferred. Roy Kelley is directing both our Holiday 2014 and Spring 2015 Concerts, so we are set through May. However, we would also like to know that we are moving along in this process and not dragging it out until the last minute. We anticipate interviews and meetings after January 1, 2015, and hope to have a decision before our Spring Concert in May. Thank you for your time. Gregory P. Lee Tenor and Member of Board, for Donna Keesling, Chair greglee@gregleelaw.com
NULLPTCharles River Chorale community chorusMillisMAGregory Leegreglee@gregleelaw.com2014-11-222016-09-01
View154Substitute Music TeacherThe Wellesley Public Schools has immediate openings for day-to-day substitu...more
The Wellesley Public Schools has immediate openings for day-to-day substitute coverage in music education. A candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree; a valid Massachusetts teaching license is preferred. The beginning per diem rate for substitute teachers is $99.60/day.
NULLPTWellesley Public SchoolsWellesleyMAValerie SpruillSpruillv@wellesleyps.org2014-11-212015-06-30
View153Vocal Instructor - Individual lessonsIMSCC, the after-school lessons program of the Concord and Carlisle schools...more
IMSCC, the after-school lessons program of the Concord and Carlisle schools, announces an opening for voice teacher, 1 afternoon/evening per week. Starting hourly rate is $47. Please send resumes to: Debbie Levine, dlevine@colonial.net, or phone 978-341-2490 x7152.
NULLPTConcord-CarlisleConcordMADebbie Levinedlevine@colonial.net2014-11-172014-01-01
View152After School Voice InstructorThe Mendon-Upton Regional School District is seeking an after school privat...more
The Mendon-Upton Regional School District is seeking an after school private voice instructor for students in grades 5-8. The studio is typically between 6-10 students. Please send a resume and letter of interest to bferrari@mursd.org.
NULLNULLMiscoe Hill SchoolMendonMABrendan Ferraribferrari@mursd.org2014-11-122015-11-12
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