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View890Teaching Artist, PianoTEACHING ARTIST, PIANO Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Art...more
TEACHING ARTIST, PIANO Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano to begin Summer 2018, and to continue into the 2018-2019 school year and beyond. This position may include accompanying duties at recitals and events, and the opportunity to teach group classes or to coach chamber music ensembles. Private piano students at BMS typically range in age from six years to adult. Teaching takes place at Kennard House, our main location, with additional instruction in the Brookline Public Schools. QUALIFICATIONS The ideal candidate will have a proven record teaching a range of ages and levels, and will be passionate about growing a studio through solid pedagogy, diligent lesson planning, and encouraging students toward performance opportunities and musical experiences beyond private lessons. New faculty teaching schedules range from 2-4 weekly teaching days of approximately 5 hours each during the school year. BMS seeks a minimum 2-year commitment to the faculty. Weekend availability is an asset. Organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential to representing the school to our students and their families. An undergraduate degree in piano performance is required; a graduate degree or the equivalent—demonstrated through teaching and performing experience is preferred. TO APPLY Candidates should send a cover letter, résumé, and a list of references (including at least two current or recent students/parents) with email and telephone contact information to info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading. Applicants should be prepared to give a teaching demonstration with one or two BMS students and to perform a short repertoire selection (4-8 minutes). Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately. ABOUT BROOKLINE MUSIC SCHOOL A private, nonprofit community school for the arts, BMS is the oldest and largest cultural institution in Brookline. Founded in 1924 by the Brookline Public Schools, its original purpose was to enhance school orchestras by providing music lessons after hours on school premises. BMS became a private organization in the 1940s and was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1967. Brookline Music School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, religion, veteran-status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2018-04-042018-05-03
View891TEACHING ARTIST, GROUP & PRIVATE PIANOTEACHING ARTIST, GROUP & PRIVATE PIANO Brookline Music School (BMS) see...more
TEACHING ARTIST, GROUP & PRIVATE PIANO Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano for Fall 2018. This position entails teaching a mix of private lessons and small-group classes (maximum of 4 students per group). Students in group classes begin at 4 years of age. Students in private lessons range from age 6 to adult. The position may also include recital accompanying responsibilities and the opportunity to coach youth and adult chamber music groups. Teaching takes place at Kennard House, our main location, with additional instruction in the Public Schools of Brookline. QUALIFICATIONS Brookline Music School seeks an individual with a proven record of teaching a range of ages, and who is passionate and committed to growing a studio of group classes and private students through solid pedagogy and excellent parent/student communication. An undergraduate performance degree in piano is required, an additional graduate performance degree preferred. Group Piano Classes (ages 4 and up) at BMS follow the Music Moves for Piano curriculum, rooted in Edwin Gordon’s Music Learning Theory. Familiarity with this curriculum and with the core principles of Music Learning Theory is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate will be able to commit 2-4 teaching days of approximately 5 hours each, and seeking to commit to a minimum of 2 years on the faculty. Organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential to represent the school to our students and their families. TO APPLY Candidates are requested to send a cover letter, résumé, and a list of references with email and phone contact information to info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading. At least two references should be from current or recent students or parents thereof. Applicants should be prepared to give a teaching audition with a BMS student(s) 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. ABOUT BROOKLINE MUSIC SCHOOL A private, nonprofit community school for the arts, BMS is the oldest and largest cultural institution in Brookline. Founded in 1924 by the Brookline Public Schools, its original purpose was to enhance school orchestras by providing music lessons after hours on school premises. BMS became a private organization in the 1940s and was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1967. Brookline Music School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, religion, veteran-status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2018-04-072018-05-07
View811Church Organist/PianistSmall Protestant Christian, denominational church seeking pianist/organist ...more
Small Protestant Christian, denominational church seeking pianist/organist for immediate post in Beverly, MA. We have a Sunday service at 10 A.M. and a Wednesday evening service at 7:30 P.M. We are located in downtown Beverly with very loving and welcoming guests. Accepting applications. Compensation commensurate with experience. Thank you for your consideration. Email: carladwhitaker@gmail.com
NULLPTCarla Whitaker: carladwhitaker@gmail.com2017-11-112018-12-01
View829private voice instructor Description The Marshfield Public Schools seeks qualified candidates to ...more
Description The Marshfield Public Schools seeks qualified candidates to teach its studio of voice students. Students range in age from 6th to 12th grade. A successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to teach a wide range of ability and interest level through a variety of instruction approaches. All lessons take place after school at Marshfield High School, 167 Forest Street. Please email a resume and list of references (and well as any questions) to David Kaminski, Coordinator of Music, MPSD at dkaminski@mpsd.org. Close window
NULLPTMarshfield Public SchoolsMarshfieldMADavid Kaminskidkaminski@mpsd.org2017-11-092018-02-02
View860Indian Hill Music School Faculty Opening for Sinfonia Concert Orchestra, Conductor / DirectorRegion: Central / Eastern Massachusetts Category: Music Education / Per...more
Region: Central / Eastern Massachusetts Category: Music Education / Performance Type: Permanent, Part-Time Indian Hill Music School, a non-profit community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of 60+ professional teaching artists, has an opening in the fall for a Sinfonia Concert Orchestra Conductor to lead the top tier of our Youth Orchestra program. The Conductor/Director of the Sinfonia Concert Orchestra at Indian Hill Music has as his or her primary responsibility the education, training, and artistic leadership of the ensemble. Sinfonia is an advanced level ensemble experience for young string, woodwind, brass, and percussion players from around the region who are motivated and ready to excel. The Conductor/Director’s primary function is to connect with the students and to inspire and motivate them to rehearse and perform with excellence. The Conductor/Director will report to the Director of Education, and must maintain good interpersonal working relationships with the other Indian Hill Music Youth Orchestra conductors, students, families, and staff, while following all policies and procedures of Indian Hill Music. Coordination with sectional leaders will be required, and occasional public appearances representing the ensemble may also be asked of the Conductor/Director. The ideal candidate should have an advanced degree in music, a minimum of three years of youth orchestra leadership, and must be energized by working with motivated young musicians across instrument groups and leading them in a high-level ensemble experience. Candidates must have a working knowledge of appropriate literature for full youth orchestra, as well as the ability to demonstrate effective and efficient rehearsal technique. Each candidate in our final round of the selection process will be asked to plan a concert program, lead Sinfonia rehearsals on Mondays (6:30-8:30pm) from either September through mid-November, 2018 or mid-November, 2018 through early March, 2019 and conduct a final concert (on Tuesday, November 13 or Tuesday, March 5). After these first two concerts are completed, a permanent Conductor/Director will be named, with an anticipating start date of Monday, March 11. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating, as appropriate, for their students to engage in additional IHM programs to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including the potential for a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Regular weekly teaching throughout the school year is required, as is attendance at two annual faculty meetings and the completion of occasional clerical tasks. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. Compensation: Commensurate with experience Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Sinfonia Conductor ” listed in the subject line.
NULLPTIndian Hill Music SchoolLittletonMAPete Robbinsprobbins@indianhillmusic.org2018-02-072018-03-31
View858Part time guitar teacherFocus on your passion, teaching! Teaching is easy at NEMA! Teachers don't...more
Focus on your passion, teaching! Teaching is easy at NEMA! Teachers don't have to reschedule make-ups for no-shows and they don't chase payments or enforce policies ...they teach... Applicant requirements: A positive, fun approach to teaching and a warm friendly persona Be able to teach all ages and all levels with excellence Degree, certification or equivalent experience Benefits of being on the NEMA team: • Teachers are paid whether students show up for lessons or not • Teachers never deal with policy, payment issues, or scheduling issues our front desk does that for you. • NEMA helps students prioritize their lessons and practice to achieve their goals. • NEMA's front desk works hard to fill your schedule for you. • We offer teaching opportunities beyond your regular teaching hours. • We will never charge you rental, marketing or other fees to be a part of our team How to Apply • Submit a cover letter by email and tell us about your teaching philosophy • Attach your resume
NULLPTNew England Music AcademyWestboroughMADeannainfo@NEMusicAcademy.com2018-01-312018-03-02
View847Soprano, Alto and Bass section leadersSt. Mary's Church in Holliston, MA is looking to hire Bass, Soprano and Alt...more
St. Mary's Church in Holliston, MA is looking to hire Bass, Soprano and Alto Section Leaders for a weekly Sunday Service at 11:30 am (call at 10:45 am), starting in January 2018. We are also open to hiring for Thursday 7:00-9:00 pm rehearsals, depending on the availability of the candidate. There are a total of 4 paid section Leaders, who sing in a small but capable choir of volunteers. Excellent sight-reading skills are required. Repertoire includes a variety of styles and genres, but is strongly focused on traditional sacred music. Pay is $60 per 2hr call ($30/hr), and there are additional opportunities for extra compensation (weekly masses, weddings and funerals).
NULLPTHolliston, MAJuan A. Mesamusicatstmarysholliston@gmail.com2018-01-082018-05-01
View887Faculty Opening - Guitar and Ukulele Instructor (Private and Small Group)Indian Hill Music School Faculty Opening - Guitar and Ukulele Instructor (...more
Indian Hill Music School Faculty Opening - Guitar and Ukulele Instructor (Private and Small Group) Start date: September, 2018 Indian Hill Music School, a community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of 60+ professional teaching artists, has an opening in the fall for a part-time Guitar Instructor to teach students of all ages and abilities, including young beginners, on Saturdays. The position involves teaching private lessons to guitar and ukulele students of all ages and ability levels, and small groups of students ages 5-7 in our weekly 45-minute Beginner Guitar and perhaps also our Beginner Ukulele class. Opportunities to lead chamber, jazz, rock, and/or other types of ensembles may also be available either later in the school year or in subsequent years. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional Indian Hill Music programs to enhance their musical development, their commitment to their studies, and the joy they receive from making music with others. Ideal candidates should have a degree in music (Bachelors required, Masters preferred) and a minimum of three years of teaching experience, and must be comfortable working with students of all ages and ability/experience levels on both guitar and ukulele. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Regular weekly teaching throughout the school year is required, as is attendance at an annual faculty meeting in the fall and the completion of occasional administrative tasks, including timely and responsive communication by phone and email. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Guitar Teacher” listed in the subject line. Position: Part time Pay: Commensurate with experience Start date: September, 2018 Indian Hill Music does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, or employment policies. www.indianhillmusic.org
NULLPTIndian Hill Music SchoolLittletonMAPete Robbinsprobbins@indianhillmusic.org2018-04-042018-05-30
View888Youth Choir Director, Musical Theatre teacher, and/or Beginner Choir teacherIndian Hill Music School Faculty Opening Youth Choir Director, Musical Th...more
Indian Hill Music School Faculty Opening Youth Choir Director, Musical Theatre teacher, and/or Beginner Choir teacher Region: Central / Eastern Massachusetts Category: Music Education / Performance Type: Permanent, Part-Time Indian Hill Music School, a non-profit community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of 60+ professional teaching artists, has openings beginning in the fall of 2018 for a Youth Choir Director, Kids’ Musical Theatre Workshop teacher, and a Beginner Choir teacher to shape and lead our programs for young singers. These positions could be filled by a single individual or by multiple artist-educators. These three programs will meet on Tuesday, Wednesday, and/or Thursday afternoons (one program each day) beginning at 4:30pm starting the week of October 1, 2018. Each particular program’s assigned day will be determined in part by the availability of the chosen candidate(s). Pending available studio space and the approval of our Voice Department Chair, faculty members leading any of the above programs may also be eligible to teach private voice lessons at Indian Hill Music before and/or after a given day’s group program. The Youth Choir Director at Indian Hill Music has as his or her primary responsibility the education, training, and artistic leadership of our evolving Youth Choir program. The Youth Choir should be a dynamic, inclusive, and rigorous ensemble experience for young singers, ages 8-13, from around our region. The Director is expected to inspire and motivate students, to use rehearsal time effectively, and to guide the ensemble toward a high standard of performance. Expertise in age-appropriate repertoire that will engage and motivate Youth Choir students is required, as is specific expertise in vocal technique and/or vocal training. The Director should be a capable pianist, and should make an effort to recruit students into the ensemble. The group will have weekly 90-minute rehearsals and will perform at least twice per year at Indian Hill Music, as well as out in the community. The Youth Choir is not an auditioned group, and is geared toward motivated young singers in our region who seek to augment their school-based choral experiences. The Beginner Choir teacher will lead a weekly hour-long class of enthusiastic young singers, ages 6-8. This program serves as a feeder into our Youth Choir program, instilling in the students both strong vocal foundations and a love of singing in a group. Expertise in age-appropriate repertoire and activities that will engage and motivate the students is required, as is experience with and a love for teaching children in this particular age group, as well as expertise in vocal technique and/or vocal training. Some piano skills are also required. The Beginner Choir will have multiple performance opportunities to demonstrate for family and friends what they have accomplished. The Kids’ Musical Theatre Workshop teacher will lead a weekly 75-minute class for students ages 8-13, where he or she will be responsible for leading the students in planning and creating a small-scale musical theatre production each season. Informal performances for family and friends will be held in the winter and spring. The goal of this class is to give students a casual yet high-quality musical theatre experience with informal culminating events that are rewarding for the students and demonstrate the high quality of instruction that is being provided. Some piano skills are required, as is specific expertise in vocal technique and/or vocal training.. Accompaniment and/or classroom support will be provided if significant student enrollment is in place. All faculty members at Indian Hill Music report to the Director of Education, and work closely with the Class and Ensemble Manager as well. Indian Hill Music faculty members must maintain good interpersonal working relationships with students, families, colleagues, and Indian Hill Music staff, while following all policies and procedures of the organization. Ideal candidates should have an advanced degree in music, a minimum of three years of relevant teaching experience, and must be energized by working with motivated young singers and leading them in an engaging and robust group experience. Candidates must have a working knowledge of appropriate literature for their program(s), as well as the ability to demonstrate effective and efficient rehearsal technique and time management. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating, as appropriate, for their students to engage in additional IHM programs to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including the potential for a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Regular weekly teaching throughout the school year is required, as is attendance at our September faculty meeting and the completion of occasional clerical tasks. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. Compensation: Commensurate with experience Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with the name of the position(s) for which you are applying listed in the subject line. Position: Part time Pay: Commensurate with experience Start date: October, 2018 Indian Hill Music does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, or employment policies. www.indianhillmusic.org
NULLPTIndian Hill Music SchoolLittletonMAPete Robbinsprobbins@indianhillmusic.org2018-04-042018-05-30
View889Teaching Artist, CelloTEACHING ARTIST, CELLO Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Art...more
TEACHING ARTIST, CELLO Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Cello to potentially begin as soon as May 2018, and to continue into the Summer Session, the 2018-2019 school year, and forward. This position primarily entails maintaining a private lesson studio, but may include the opportunity to coach chamber music ensembles or to propose and teach group classes relevant to young string players. Private cello students at BMS typically range in age from six years to adult, though students may begin Suzuki lessons as young as 4 or 5 with Suzuki-certified instructors. Teaching takes place at Kennard House, our main location, with additional instruction in the Brookline Public Schools. QUALIFICATIONS The ideal candidate will have a proven record teaching a range of ages and levels, and will be passionate about growing a studio through solid pedagogy, diligent lesson planning, and encouraging students toward performance opportunities and musical experiences beyond private lessons. Enthusiasm for student chamber music highly valued. New faculty teaching schedules range from 2-4 weekly teaching days of approximately 5 hours each during the school year. BMS seeks a minimum 2-year commitment to the faculty. Late-week and weekend availability is an asset. Organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential to representing the school to our students and their families. An undergraduate degree in cello performance is required; a graduate degree or the equivalent—demonstrated through teaching and performing experience is preferred. TO APPLY Candidates should send a cover letter, résumé, and a list of references (including at least two current or recent students/parents) with email and telephone contact information to info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading. Applicants should be prepared to give a teaching demonstration with one or two BMS students and to perform a short repertoire selection (4-8 minutes). Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately. ABOUT BROOKLINE MUSIC SCHOOL A private, nonprofit community school for the arts, BMS is the oldest and largest cultural institution in Brookline. Founded in 1924 by the Brookline Public Schools, its original purpose was to enhance school orchestras by providing music lessons after hours on school premises. BMS became a private organization in the 1940s and was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1967. Brookline Music School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, religion, veteran-status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2018-04-042018-05-03
View881Elementary Instrumental, Chorus, General Music TeacherThis position is 3.5 - 4 days per week. Please visit Newton Public Schools...more
This position is 3.5 - 4 days per week. Please visit Newton Public Schools Human Resources page for complete job description and application. Only online applications are being accepted. www.newton.k12.ma.us
NULLPTTBDNewtonMARichard King, Fine Arts Coordinatorrichard_king@newton.k12.ma.us2018-03-292018-05-18
View851Musical Director for Guys and DollsConcord-Carlisle High School in Concord, MA seeks Musical Director for spri...more
Concord-Carlisle High School in Concord, MA seeks Musical Director for spring production of "Guys and Dolls." Responsibilities include playing auditions, teaching vocals to solos and ensemble, and accompanying stage and dance rehearsals. Auditions 1/22, 1/23, 1/29, 1/31. Rehearsals begin Tuesday, February 6th. Fee=$2,500.
NULLPTConcord-Carlisle High SchoolConcordMAPeter Millerpmiller@concordcarlisle.org2018-01-112018-02-09
View857Percussion Faculty Member - Community Music Center of BostonSummary of Position This position is responsible to the respective Depar...more
Summary of Position This position is responsible to the respective Department Chair and Artistic Director. The percussion faculty member provides quality one-on-one 30-minute, 45-minute, and 60-minute music instruction to students ranging from elementary school age to adults. Status: Part-Time Start Date: February 2018 Tuesdays and Thursdays – Afternoon and Evening Reports to: Department Chair Works Closely With: Artistic Director, Department Chair General Responsibilities Be knowledgeable about CMCB’s mission and policies Teach students according to curricular guidelines Specific Responsibilities Studio Management and Retention Manage teaching studio and work with Registrar on resolving scheduling conflicts Prepare students for evaluations and performances Hold at least one studio recital during the school year (if studio size is small, combine with another faculty studio) Accurately update and maintain studio attendance sheets Accurately complete the Workshop/Recital Student Attendance in an ongoing basis. Maintain open and regular communication with parents and students to support educational progress Contact students/parents if there are any unexpected absences Communication and Participation Attend department meetings and annual all-faculty meeting as scheduled Participate in departmental events, competitions, recitals, and concerts and encourage students to attend Facilitate student participation in the annual Performathon fundraiser Participate in annual department student evaluations Communicate clearly with Front Office regarding teaching schedule changes Respond to requests from CMCB staff in a timely manner Communicate with Department Chair on curriculum expectations Communicate all teacher absences by completing the Faculty Absence Google document Other Duties as assigned by Department Chair Essential Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Music Appreciates and can adapt to different learning styles A love of working with young students/beginners Excellent Interpersonal skills (engaging and professional) Effective communication skills Demonstrated ability to actively listen to and learn from others Previous teaching experience required Please upload cover letter (attn: William Fickes, Artistic Director) and resume to http://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/44
NULLPTCommunity Music Center of BostonBostonMA2018-01-262018-02-23
View876accompanist(s)Accompanist(s) needed for elementary chorus program (4th and 5th grade), mu...more
Accompanist(s) needed for elementary chorus program (4th and 5th grade), multiple schools.
NULLPTNewton Public SchoolsRichard King, Fine Arts Coordinatorrichard_king@newton.k12.ma.us2018-03-202018-04-27
View895Group Piano Keyboard TeacherNEMA is seeking dedicated individuals looking for a long-term commitment to...more
NEMA is seeking dedicated individuals looking for a long-term commitment to our reputable academy. NEMA treats teachers how you've always wanted to be treated. •Teachers are paid whether students show up for lessons or not •Teachers never have to deal with policy, payment, or scheduling issues •We work hard to fill your schedule for you •There are growth and earning opportunities beyond your regular teaching hours. •We will never charge you rental, marketing or other fees to be a part of our team •We a full complement of qualified substitute teachers Essential characteristics of qualified teachers: •Warm, friendly persona and a love for teaching kids •A positive, fun approach to teaching •Timeliness, attention to detail, and strong communication Requirements: •Intermediate knowledge of piano and music theory •Train in our specific group curriculum, (we’ll pay for it!) •Have experience teaching in groups and classroom management skills How to Apply •Email a cover letter and tell us about your teaching philosophy •Attach your resume
NULLPTNew England Music AcademyWestboroughMADeannainfo@NEMusicAcademy.com2018-04-092018-05-06
View875Music Director: Calliope Music MUSIC DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION Description The Music Director is respons...more
MUSIC DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION Description The Music Director is responsible for the organization’s programming and performance-oriented decisions, as detailed under “Responsibilities,” and for publicly representing the organization (alongside the President). In addition, the Music Director attends monthly Board meetings as an ex officio Board member, where he or she provides a Music Director’s Report to the full Board. Responsibilities The primary responsibilities of the Music Director are related to the music-making activities of the ensemble, as follows: Programming: The Music Director is responsible for creating programs for each concert. The Music Director has substantial discretion in selecting pieces, but a full program should be presented to the Board six months or more in advance of each rehearsal season. Sheet Music: The Music Director is responsible for overseeing sheet music acquisition (including developing a proposed budget) and distribution to performing members. If a Librarian has been appointed by the organization, the Music Director should coordinate with the Librarian and delegate tasks as agreed between them. The Music Director communicates with the membership regarding music distribution for each concert, and may be asked to work with the Treasurer to facilitate the collection of dues in connection with music distribution. The Music Director also ensures proper performance rights are secured and information is submitted to ASCAP for required filing each October. Conducting: The Music Director acts as the chief conductor for the ensemble, leading the ensemble in concert. If the Music Director is unable to conduct a concert and rehearsal cycle, he or she is responsible for making arrangements for a substitute in consultation with the Board. Rehearsals: The Music Director is responsible for planning and conducting the weekly rehearsals in preparation for each concert. The Music Director should communicate the rehearsal schedule to the musicians and provide rehearsal notes as appropriate. If the Music Director is unable to lead rehearsal, he or she is responsible for making arrangements with the Assistant Music Director. Ensemble Composition: The Music Director is responsible for overseeing auditions before each concert and rehearsal cycle, and making final decisions on membership. The Music Director is also responsible for hiring paid musicians on an ad hoc basis to satisfy program requirements (within the budgetary limitations approved by the Board). Music Budget: The Music Director is responsible for creating a Music Director’s Budget, in conjunction with the Board. This includes estimated costs for sheet music and hired musicians. Rehearsal/Concert Space: The Board oversees and approves the securing of rehearsal and concert space for the ensemble. When requested by the Board, the Music Director will contribute his or her opinion to this decision. Remuneration The salary of the Music Director is set by the Board. Qualifications Degree in music required (or equivalent experience; focus need not be conducting), with experience conducting choral ensembles, in rehearsal and concert. Experience leading orchestral ensembles in concert is a plus, but not required. If the applicant does not have orchestral conducting experience, he or she must have experience playing in orchestras as an instrumentalist, to exhibit experience in an orchestral setting. More information and application form at Calliopemusic.org
NULLPTKatie Masonkatie_mason@yahoo.com2018-03-192018-04-15
View879The Andover High School Golden Warrior Marching Band is hiring a new front ...more
The Andover High School Golden Warrior Marching Band is hiring a new front ensemble instructor for the 2018-2019 school year. Band Camp: Aug. 22-25, 27 Rehearsals from through Nov.: Tuesdays 2:45-5:15; Thursdays 4-6p (Thurs. time may change TBA); Saturday 1:00-4:00 Football: We travel to away games Competitions: 3-4 per year Extras: Veterans Day, Santa Parade Andover, All Bands Night, Memorial Day Please contact me if you are interested or have questions.
NULLPTAndover High SchoolAndoverMACatherine Hofiuschofius@k12.andoverma.us2018-03-292018-04-27
View854After School Lesson Teacher- SaxophoneWakefield Public Schools is seeking a saxophone teacher for our after schoo...more
Wakefield Public Schools is seeking a saxophone teacher for our after school lesson program. Please send resume and letter of interest to Thomas Bankert, Director of Visual and Performing Arts. Position will be filled ASAP.
NULLPTWakefield Public SchoolsWakefieldMAThomas Bankert, Director of Visual & Performing Artsthomas.bankert@wpsk12.org2018-01-192018-02-02
View855Parish MusicianThe Episcopal Church of Saint James and Andrew in Greenfield, MA seeks a pa...more
The Episcopal Church of Saint James and Andrew in Greenfield, MA seeks a part-time Parish Musician to begin September 1, 2018. We are a lively, mission-oriented, growing congregation that values both tradition and experimentation. We seek an organist and choir director interested in working collaboratively to plan and provide music for a weekly Sunday service as well as other services throughout the liturgical year, leading and enhancing our worship through inclusion of music and encouraging learning for all. 13-15 hours per week; compensation commensurate with education and experience. Applicants may submit their resumes to heather.blais@gmail.com Learn more about the church at www.saintsjamesandandrew.org
NULLPTGreenfieldMARev. Heather Blaisheather.blais@gmail.com2018-01-222018-03-22
View897Middle School Brass Teaching Artist - Part Time (Possible Opening)Beaver Country Day School seeks an experienced, student-centered music inst...more
Beaver Country Day School seeks an experienced, student-centered music instructor to teach three group beginner/intermediate brass (trumpet, trombone, tuba) classes weekly (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:55-11:40) for the 2018-2019 school year. This position is part of a team including choral, percussion, woodwind and string teachers who collaborate to develop a shared curriculum, pedagogy, and culture for the instrumental music program as well as produce concerts together. Competitive candidates should demonstrate expertise in more than one brass instrument, excellent musicianship and artistry as a performer and teacher, knowledge of brass repertoire, curriculum and pedagogy, and experience teaching young, beginner students in a group setting. Strong classroom management skills, ability to connect with the middle school students, and the ability to differentiate instruction based on the skill level and learning styles of the students is essential to this role. Candidates should e-mail a cover letter, resume, statement of educational philosophy and list of four references to Linda Feeley, Divisions Coordinator, at bcdsresumes@bcdschool.org. Please include MS Music, in the subject line.
NULLPTBeaver Country Day SchoolChestnut HillMALinda Feeleytfarrell@bcdschool.org2018-04-112018-06-01
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