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View309Accompanist/PianistStart date: September 2015 P/T Accompanist and Pianist for large UCC co...more
Start date: September 2015 P/T Accompanist and Pianist for large UCC congregation located 30 minutes north of Boston. Reports to the Minister of Music Duties include: • Obtain music prior to Choir rehearsals and prepare • Attend a 30 minute rehearsal on Thursdays to work with director from 7-7:30pm • 7:30-9:00 rehearsal on Thursday evenings (available for additional hour as needed from 6-7 for days the bells will perform and need piano. 20 p/hr) • Work with youth choirs as needed on Wednesday from 5:30-6:30 (subbing at 20 p/hr) • Work with the minister of music every Sunday to support worship (9am) • Accompany additional music ensembles throughout the calendar year as needed (youth choirs, bells, holiday orchestras, contemporary ensembles) at the rate of 20 p/hr • Meet with the minister of music occasionally to review music calendar (approx. 3 or 4 times per year) • Applicant must pass a CORU and be familiar with our Safe Church Policy and abiding by the Policy/Guidelines • Respect all instruments and spaces Salary: $50 per Thursday, $100 per Sunday. Extra rehearsals, events pay $20 p/hr Qualifications include: Experience accompanying choral ensembles and performing high levels of solo piano repertoire. Ability to communicate well with our congregants and musicians is essential. Email or phone calls acceptable. Contact Laura Weiss: LWeiss@southchurch.com 978-269-7288 South Church in Andover 41 Central St. Andover, MA
NULLPTSouth Church in AndoverAndoverMALaura WeissLWeiss@southchurch.com2015-08-042015-09-20
View308Early Childhood TeacherBrookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHE...more
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER to teach music classes for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten students. 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 will take place at the school’s Kennard House location on Saturday morning. 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.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAKrista Jadrokjadro@bmsmusic.org2015-08-032015-09-26
View307Percussion teacher - after-school lessonsThe Concord and Carlisle public schools are looking for an instructor to te...more
The Concord and Carlisle public schools are looking for an instructor to teach concert percussion as part of their after-school private lesson program (IMSCC.) Potential students are grades 4-12. Qualified candidates must have experience teaching various levels of timpani, mallets, battery and accessory percussion.
NULLPTConcord, Carlisle publicConcordMADebbie Levinedlevine@colonial.net2015-07-312015-10-01
View306Middle School String Orchestra Director_El Sistema Program_Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program**Position Opening 2015-2016: String Orchestra Director** Supervisor: Ma...more
**Position Opening 2015-2016: String Orchestra Director** Supervisor: Marlee McDonald, Executive Director Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + additional pay for planning, bi-weekly faculty meetings, concerts, professional development, & occasional outside gigs Fall 2015: September 14th – December 18th (no lessons Nov. 25-27) Spring 2016: January 11th – June 16th (no lessons Feb. 15-19 and Apr. 18-22) Compensation: $30- $40+/hour depending on experience, Salaried Pay Organization Description: The mission of the Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program is to ensure the long-term musical and social success of all students at our school, and to positively impact our student musicians, their families, and the community through quality education and performance. The Orchestra Program is the largest of several music and arts initiatives at JQES, and in 2015-2016, will serve 150 students in five orchestral ensembles and a kindergarten musicianship and paper orchestra class. JQOP is inspired by El Sistema, the Venezuelan music education program that uses intensive, joyful, and ensemble-based music instruction as a vehicle for social change. Position Description: The String Orchestra Director will lead the Zimmer Orchestra, JQ Orchestra Program’s most advanced orchestra. Students in this ensemble are currently in their 4th or 5th year in the program. Rehearsals with this ensemble will take place at the Josiah Quincy Upper School in Boston’s Chinatown, a new site for JQOP in the 2015-2016 year. Working in collaboration with other JQOP staff and faculty to facilitate both ensemble learning and individual progress, the Zimmer Orchestra Director will teach in alignment with JQOP and El Sistema’s philosophy of musical excellence and social inclusion for all students. The Zimmer Director will ensure the highest quality learning experience for all JQOP students, support each child holistically, and be an active member of the Orchestra Program community. Responsibilities: · Lead a string orchestra of ~25 students in grades 4-7, with 4-5 years of playing experience · Team teach (with 1-2 supporting teaching artists/sectional coaches) orchestra repertoire, ear training, string technique and music theory in the context of orchestra rehearsals, instrument sectionals, and occasional pull-out lessons · Plan lessons each week and update on the JQOP Program Google Docs · Collaborate with other JQOP staff & faculty to create a shared curriculum and pedagogy for the orchestra, as well as programmatic goals, vision and evaluation tools · Attend staff meetings & professional development opportunities throughout the year · Participate in concerts and events that involve and/or support JQOP Qualifications: · 3+ years of experience leading orchestras & working with young children (ages 9-12) · Strong knowledge of string pedagogy, repertoire, technique and curriculum development · Strong teaching and classroom management skills, education background preferred · Commitment to El Sistema and JQOP’s philosophy of social change through music instruction · Passion for collaborative work and multicultural education · Flexibility and the capacity to work under frequent observation · Strong interpersonal and communication skills--Bilingual in English and Mandarin/Spanish a plus If interested, please send a résumé and cover letter to jqop.info@gmail.com. The deadline for applications is Friday, August 7th, 2015. However, teaching auditions and interviews will be held on a rolling basis and jobs may be filled prior to the application deadline.
NULLPTJosiah Quincy Upper SchoolBostonMassachusettsMarlee McDonaldjqop.info@gmail.com2015-07-312015-09-15
View304Artistic Director The Seacoast Wind Ensemble seeks candidates for the position of Artistic Di...more
The Seacoast Wind Ensemble seeks candidates for the position of Artistic Director who are experienced conductors, knowledgeable, and passionate about wind ensembles and music; organized, collaborative, and have good oral communication skills; and are visionary, with the ability to implement that vision. SEACOAST WIND ENSEMBLE The Seacoast Wind Ensemble (SWE) was established in 1984 and is a 50-piece, community-level wind ensemble, which currently rehearses on Tuesday evenings at Exeter High School in Exeter, New Hampshire. SWE is comprised of musicians from all occupations and trades, performs throughout the seacoast New Hampshire region, as well as southern Maine, Fryeburg, Maine, northern Massachusetts, and at the Boston Festival of Bands. The ensemble is governed by a board of directors, and the positions of music librarian, concert production manager, stage manager, public relations, and personnel director, are handled by this all-volunteer organization. SWE has a music library of over 800 pieces and owns percussion equipment and a trailer for transporting the equipment to performances and summer rehearsal locations. In addition to an artistic director, SWE has an assistant conductor, who conducts one to two pieces on each program and is available to take rehearsals on the rare occasions of illness/schedule conflict with the primary conductor. SWE generally takes the month of August off, as well as several weeks at the end of December/beginning of January. The organization holds fundraising events annually and offers a music scholarship for young musicians. QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS • Experience directing wind ensembles, preferably with adult ensembles • Strong interpersonal skills, a willingness to work and collaborate with others, and good oral communication skills – for working with the ensemble and communicating with audiences • Bachelor’s degree in music performance/music education; Master’s degree with specialization in wind conducting preferred • Experience in music education preferred • Required availability to rehearse Tuesday evenings • Required availability for 12-15 concerts a year, with about half of concerts occurring in summer • Available and willing to attend board meetings • Organized and visionary, capable of and willing to help shape and direct an ensemble COMPENSATION • $5,000-6,000 annually, depending on experience/qualifications TO APPLY Interested parties should send: 1. A letter of interest, stating experience, expertise, and reasons for making application 2. Three references and contact information 3. Resume/curriculum vitae 4. Several recent programs from recent concerts conducted Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2015 and will continue until position is filled. Send materials to: Emily Douglas, Search Committee Chair, Emily.Douglas@bridgew.edu.
NULLPTSeacoast Wind EnsembleExeterNHEmily DouglasEmily.Douglas@bridgew.edu2015-07-302016-08-01
View303.6 LTS Elementary Music 3 days a week for the 2015-2016 school year. Responsible for K-6 general m...more
3 days a week for the 2015-2016 school year. Responsible for K-6 general music classes and other school wide programming. Must be certified and believe that all children can learn! Excellent salary and professional development opportunities.
NULLPTWorcester Public SchoolsWorcesterMaLisa LeachLeachl@worc.k12.ma.us2015-07-292015-08-12
View302MS General Music/4-8 Instrumental Lessons The Pentucket Regional Middle School is seeking a full-time innovative and ...more
The Pentucket Regional Middle School is seeking a full-time innovative and dynamic music educator with a strong emphasis in brass to teach Middle School General Music, various instrumental lessons in grades 4 - 12 (MA certification required) and Brass Choir. This position functions as part of the Pentucket Regional Music Conservatory, an approved Massachusetts Innovation School. The Pentucket Regional Music Conservatory is designed for students interested in pursuing early-high school, early college, and career pathways in music. A rigorous, sequential program of studies incorporating contemporary teaching models and real-world experiences enables a conservatory experience in a public school setting. Visit us at www.pentucketmusic.com Job Posting: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=1858432&
FTNULLPentucket Regional School DistrictWest NewburyMassachusettsKen Kelley, Middle School Principalkenkelley@prsd.org2015-07-282015-08-12
View301Voice TeacherPart Time Voice Teacher - Teach private lessons in after school music le...more
Part Time Voice Teacher - Teach private lessons in after school music lesson program. - Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor degree in music education or music performance, performing skills with voice, knowledge of repertoire and music pedagogy - Starting Date: September, 2015 - Salary: $43.00/hr to learn more . . . www.prodigyprogram.org
NULLPTWestwood High SchoolWestwoodMassachusettsJames Giurleojgiurleo@westwood.k12.ma.us2015-07-252105-09-14
View300Trumpet TeacherPart Time Trumpet Teacher - Teach private and paired lessons in after sc...more
Part Time Trumpet Teacher - Teach private and paired lessons in after school music lesson program. - Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor degree in music education or music performance, performing skills on trumpet. Knowledge of repertoire and music pedagogy - Starting Date: September, 2015 - Salary: $41.00 - $43.00/hr to learn more . . . www.prodigyprogram.org
NULLPTWestwood High SchoolWestwoodMassachusettsJames Giurleojgiurleo@westwood.k12.ma.us2015-07-252015-09-14
View299Elementary General Music/Chorus/BandFull-Time General Music Instruction - grades K-5, experience and training i...more
Full-Time General Music Instruction - grades K-5, experience and training in any or all methodologies desirable: Orff, Kodaly, Gordon, First Steps in Music, others - Third Grade Recorder Instruction - Fourth Grade Introductory Chorus and Fifth Grade Chorus - Direct Annual 5th Grade Musical (additional stipend available), teach 4th grade introductory band instruments (clarinet, flute, alto saxophone, trombone, trumpet, percussion) and direct Bowen Concert Band. - All interested candidates should complete an online application at: www.newton.k12.ma.us - Newton Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity in employment, educational opportunities and affirmative action, regardless of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or disability, in compliance with Title VI, IX Chapter 622, IDEA 2004 and section 504, MGL Ch. 76, Section 5. Questions related to this non-discrimination regulation must be addressed to: Human Resources, Newton Public Schools, 100 Walnut St. Newton, MA 02460
FTNULLBowenNewtonMARichard King, Fine Arts Coordinator K-82015-07-232015-08-28
View297Choral Music Teacher (Grades 5-8)Young Audiences of Massachusetts (YAMA) is seeking an engaging music teachi...more
Young Audiences of Massachusetts (YAMA) is seeking an engaging music teaching artist to join our community of teachers, learners and leaders. POSITION: Choral Music teacher for a combined group of students Grades 5-8. LOCATION: Gardner Pilot Academy, Allston, MA (K-8, Title 1, Boston Public School) TIME: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM every Friday morning during the 2015-2016 school year. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Friday Arts is a weekly in-school arts learning residency program in which the entire Gardner Pilot School student body participates in art-making (music, dance, theater, visual arts, storytelling) every Friday morning, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM, throughout the school year: The schedule for 2015-2016 is September 4 - June 16 (excluding Boston Public School holidays). This position can be on-going year to year. Residencies are designed in partnership with YAMA's Program Director to specify learning objectives and outcomes. Friday Arts is a successful six year collaboration between Young Audiences of Massachusetts and the Gardner Pilot Academy. YAMA provides 12 teaching artists for this program. QUALIFICATIONS * Experience teaching in an urban school environment with a diverse student population * Music and choral training and previous experience leading children's ensembles * Experience teaching 5-8 grade students with limited previous ensemble singing experience * Ability to teach a diverse repertoire of songs * Solid classroom management skills A teaching degree is not required for this position.
NULLPTGardner Pilot AcademyAllston, MAMAGail Zarren, Young Audiences of MAgzarren@yamass.org2015-07-222015-09-01
View296General Music teacher for Kindergarten classesYoung Audiences of Massachusetts (YAMA) is seeking an engaging music teachi...more
Young Audiences of Massachusetts (YAMA) is seeking an engaging music teaching artist to join our community of teachers, learners and leaders. PROGRAM: Friday Arts LOCATION: Gardner Pilot Academy, Allston, MA (K-8, Title 1, Boston Public School) TIME: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM every Friday morning during the 2015-2016 school year. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Friday Arts is a weekly in-school arts learning residency program in which the entire Gardner Pilot School student body participates in art-making (music, dance, theater, visual arts, storytelling) every Friday morning, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM, throughout the school year: The schedule for 2015-2016 is September 4 - June 16 (excluding Boston Public School holidays). This position can be on-going year to year. Residencies are designed in partnership with YAMA's Program Director to specify learning objectives and outcomes. Friday Arts is a successful six year collaboration between Young Audiences of Massachusetts and the Gardner Pilot Academy. YAMA provides 12 teaching artists for this program. QUALIFICATIONS Experience teaching in an urban school environment, with a diverse student population Experience teaching lower elementary general music, with kindergarten students Ability to teach diverse repertoire of songs Solid classroom management skills Conversational Spanish a plus, but not required A teaching degree is not required for this position.
NULLPTGardner Pilot AcademyAllstonMAGail Zarren, Young Audiences of MAgzarren@yamass.org2015-07-222015-09-01
View295Saxophone InstructorNatick Public Schools is seeking a saxophone instructor for the 2015-16 sch...more
Natick Public Schools is seeking a saxophone instructor for the 2015-16 school year. Potential age of students varying from grades 4-12. Minimum of Bachelor of Music preferred.
NULLPTNatick Public SchoolsNatickMAStephen Miller, Director of Fine and Performing Artssmiller@natickps.org2015-07-222015-09-05
View294Trumpet InstructorNatick Public Schools is seeking a trumpet instructor for the 2015-16 schoo...more
Natick Public Schools is seeking a trumpet instructor for the 2015-16 school year. Potential age of students varying from grades 4-12. Minimum of Bachelor of Music preferred.
NULLPTNatick Public SchoolsNatickMAStephen Miller, Director of Fine and Performing Artssmiller@natickps.org2015-07-222015-09-05
View293Percussion InstructorNatick Public Schools is seeking a percussion instructor for the 2015-16 sc...more
Natick Public Schools is seeking a percussion instructor for the 2015-16 school year. Potential age of students varying from grades 4-12. Minimum of Bachelor of Music preferred. Instructor must feel comfortable teaching concert percussion, mallet technique, and drum set.
NULLPTNatick Public SchoolsNatickMAStephen Miller, Director of Fine and Performing Artssmiller@natickps.org2015-07-222015-09-05
View292Percussion Instructor - Fall MB Season & WinterBillerica Memorial High School Marching Band & Winter Percussion is current...more
Billerica Memorial High School Marching Band & Winter Percussion is currently looking for a dedicated individual to teach and lead our talented percussionists. Ideally the candidate is someone who will be dedicated to our students, at all practices/competitions, able to write/arrange for the group, and works well being a self-sufficient entity periodically.
NULLPTBillerica Memorial High SchoolBillericaMAChris Dearbeck - Fine Arts Directorcdearbeck@billericak12.com2015-07-222015-08-07
View291General Music TeacherGeneral Music Teacher Grades K-5 Join a dynamic Elementary School with an ...more
General Music Teacher Grades K-5 Join a dynamic Elementary School with an outstanding Principal
FTNULLWebster SchoolEverett MAEugene F. O'Brien Coordinator of Music2015-07-212015-08-14
View290Elementary General Music TeacherThe Marshfield Public Schools is seeking candidates for a full-time element...more
The Marshfield Public Schools is seeking candidates for a full-time elementary music position. Duties include teaching classroom music for grades K-5 and grade 5 chorus. All application materials need to be submitted through SchooSpring. Please see https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=1802682 for details.
FTNULLMarshfield Public SchoolsMarshfieldMADavid Kaminskidkaminski@mpsd.org2015-07-202015-07-28
View287Choral TeacherThe Amherst-Pelham Regional School District is currently seeking highly qua...more
The Amherst-Pelham Regional School District is currently seeking highly qualified applicants for a .7 fte Choral Teacher at the Main and South East campuses of the Amherst Regional High School. The successful candidate will have secondary chorus and music teaching experience and will be hold a Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Educator License as a Performing Arts Teacher at the appropriate secondary grade level. The district will consider out of state candidates who are eligible for either a temporary license or waiver from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Performance Responsibilities: Teach, manage and conduct three high school choral ensembles (1 entry level ensemble, an all-women’s select ensemble and a mixed voice select ensemble) across the school year. Teach and develop a general music class at the South East Campus School across the school year. Plan and deliver lessons focused on mastery of challenging and diverse choral works appropriate to the level of the group, basic music theory, vocal health, individual and ensemble development, musical literacy and cultural contexts around the music covered in the ensemble. Use a variety of instructional strategies appropriate for teaching students from diverse backgrounds with different learning styles. Provide appropriate instruction and modifications for students with special needs including special education students and students who have limited proficiency in English. Demonstrate proficiency at the piano to a level that could support students in their learning and provide the accompaniment for choral works selected for the group. Provide opportunities for students to showcase their work through a variety of public performances that may include concerts, school assemblies, and various community performances. Create and select long-range vision for the program based on a review of system and state curriculum, student profiles and instructional priorities. Define goals and objectives for unit and daily plans. Sequence content and activities appropriately. Identify specific intended learning outcomes which are challenging, meaningful and measurable. Offer learning experiences that encourage active participation and growth of both individuals and the ensemble. Join with other departments in projects that provide opportunities for the blending of skills and resources for common goals. Maintain academic focus by using an appropriate variety of classroom management techniques. Create a learning climate that is challenging and inviting for all students.
NULLPTAmherst Regional High SchoolAmherstMARachel Bowenbowenr@arps.org2015-07-172015-07-31
View286Vocal Music Teacher Tantasqua Senior High SchoolJob Description: Tantasqua Regional School District is proud to offer a va...more
Job Description: Tantasqua Regional School District is proud to offer a variety of Performing Arts courses in addition to its high quality extra-curricular groups. In addition to music proficiency and a strong background in music theory, our music teachers must be able to convey their enthusiasm and excitement for music to their students to help instill them with a desire to learn. The District operates on a block schedule with 2 semesters per year. In addition to the required Concert Choir offered every semester, the successful candidate may also be assigned any of the following: - Music Theory - Intro to Music Technology - Applied Guitar Studio - Applied Keyboard Studio - Advanced Keyboard Studio - Advanced Music Studio – Vocal - History of Rock and Roll in America The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to work with any of our auditioned extra-curricular groups: - Choraleers (A capella chamber music) - Jazz Ensemble - Sr High Show Choir - mixed ensemble - Sr High Show Choir – all female ensemble - Jr High Show Choir – mixed ensemble - Major Musical Play Production Job Requirements: - Must be licensed as a High School Music Teacher with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education - Bachelor’s degree or higher - At least 2 years relevant experience preferred - Some experience managing extra-curricular performing groups preferred Please submit letter of interest, resume, three current letters of reference, transcripts and a copy of MA DESE licensure (required).
FTNULLTantasqua Senior High SchoolFiskdaleMAMichael Lucaslucasm@tantasqua.org2015-07-142015-07-24
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