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View649Care2Rock Online Music TeacherAre you a music educator looking for an opportunity to make some extra mone...more
Are you a music educator looking for an opportunity to make some extra money with flexible hours that fit your lifestyle? Care2Rock, a brand new social enterprise, seeks qualified music teachers. Set your own schedule and hours, and teach students from all over the country - in the comfort of your own home - through our high-tech video platform. Simply sign up with Care2Rock, create your profile, and we will handle the rest. - If you're a teacher applicant, you must have taught music for a minimum of two years, and you must provide a reference relevant to that experience. - If you're a working musician, you must have a minimum of four years' experience either touring or working consistently otherwise as a professional musician, and you must provide a reference relevant to that experience. - Care2Rock teachers also have the opportunity to make additional income by volunteering for one child in foster care. We are the first platform to provide online music lessons for a better world! Start making more money and changing lives today -- let us know if you are interested in volunteering! Sign up now at http://care2rock.com/learn-more-about-care-2-rock/ to begin creating your own schedule and start bringing students from around the world into your virtual classroom. To apply, please fill out this form, and you will receive our simple application soon after. Let us know if you have any questions by replying to the posting. We look forward to hearing from you!
NULLNULLOnlineErich Fieldserich@care2rock.com2017-04-272017-06-30
View606Instrumental Music Teacher, Full Time (Grades 5-12)Instrumental Music Teacher, Full-Time (Grades 5-12) Maret School seeks ...more
Instrumental Music Teacher, Full-Time (Grades 5-12) Maret School seeks a dynamic Instrumental Music Teacher to join its Performing Arts Faculty in the fall of 2017. Teaching responsibilities include four curricular instrumental ensembles and two co-curricular jazz bands (grades 5-12). Additional responsibilities include supporting school-wide instrumental music activities, planning yearly trips and festival experiences, and advising students. We welcome and support study of all instruments in our ensembles, so the programming is eclectic and non-traditional. The repertoire is chosen to incorporate the wide variety of instruments involved. Although we currently lean much more heavily in the "band" direction of instrumentation, there is interest in fostering more opportunities for strings. The ideal candidate will be an inspired musician/teacher with a high level of expertise in middle and high school repertoire/programming. The ability to model and teach on all instruments, a degree in music, and a minimum of three years of successful teaching in an instrumental music program are strongly preferred. The Performing Arts are an integral part of Maret School’s culture, which deeply values connectedness, creativity, joy, and diversity. A collaborative spirit and a desire to work in concert with the mission of the Performing Arts Department and Maret School as a whole are essential. Founded in 1911, Maret School is an independent, coeducational, K-12, college preparatory day school located on a single campus in Washington, D.C.. To learn more about Maret, please visit our website at www.maret.org. To apply, please send cover letter and resume by email to Will Breytspraak, Performing Arts Chair, at wbreytspraak@maret.org. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
FTNULLMaret SchoolWashingtonD.C.Will Breytspraak, Chair of Performing Artswbreytspraak@maret.org2017-02-082017-04-01
View410VOICE INSTRUCTORS NEEDED For Immediate EmploymentThe Real School of Music is seeking world-class voice instructors to join t...more
The Real School of Music is seeking world-class voice instructors to join the faculty of our Burlington, Andover and Dedham locations. Real School, an innovative, growth-oriented leader in private musical instrument instruction, is one of the fastest growing private music schools in the nation. Representing much more than weekly music lessons, Real School has been described as being like a "health club for musicians" - where students of all ages belong to a living, breathing music education and performing arts community. We are looking for voice instructors in all locations - for a minimum of 3 days per week, which would include availability on Saturday. Please visit our website Employment page for more about Real School and position requirements: http://www.therealschoolofmusic.com/music-teaching-jobs If you want the security and benefits of being an employee with a career path, and if you want to become part of an elite team shaping the future of music education, send your personalized cover letter and resume to Mr. Bancroft at careers@therealschoolofmusic.com or click here. Principals only. Recruiters, please do not contact this job poster. Please, no phone calls about this job! Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.
NULLPTThe Real School of MusicBurlington, Andover & DedhamMAMr. Bancroftcareers@therealschoolofmusic.com2016-03-172017-05-31
View637K-4 Music TeacherThe Belmont Public Schools are seeking a highly-skilled, enthusiastic music...more
The Belmont Public Schools are seeking a highly-skilled, enthusiastic music educator to lead K-4 general music instruction at the Winn Brook School as part of a thriving music program in a community that was just once again named one of the nation's "Best Communities for Music Education". This is currently a 0.8 FTE position in a school district with rapidly increasing enrollment. Our general music curriculum draws upon a wide variety of pedagogical approaches, with a strong basis in Orff-based instruction as well as conversational solfege. The music program is a key piece of the school culture at the Winn Brook school, and it enjoys a great deal of interest and support from the students, faculty and parent community. For more information, contact Arto Asadoorian, Director of Visual and Performing Arts. Online application will be open at http://www.belmont.k12.ma.us/bps/Home/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities during the week of April 10.
NULLPTWinn Brook SchoolBelmontMAArto Asadoorian, VPA Directoraasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us2017-04-062017-05-19
View642Early Childhood Music TeacherBrookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEAC...more
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER to teach music classes for children ages 0 to 8. The successful applicant will be charismatic, playful, creative, and energetic, with excellent musical skills, an understanding of child development, and experience with Gordon’s Music Learning Theory. For qualified candidates, applicants may also have opportunities to teach group piano to young children.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2017-04-132017-06-30
View640K-12 Coordinator of Performing ArtsK-12 Coordinator of Performing Arts As a leader in public education wit...more
K-12 Coordinator of Performing Arts As a leader in public education with an outstanding reputation for academic excellence recognized as a “Top Place to Work” in 2014 by the Boston Globe, the Lexington Public Schools is currently seeking a dynamic, experienced educator with exceptional leadership skills to serve as the district’s K-12 Performing Arts Coordinator. The K-12 Coordinator of Performing Arts leads and oversees the district’s thriving performing arts program. The position is 80% administrative and 20% teaching. Lexington, Massachusetts is a residential suburb 14 miles west of Boston with a population of 32,000. Approximately 6,900 students attend its six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Curriculum and Instructional Leadership Leads the department in developing, articulating, and implementing vision, mission, and curriculum for the K-12 performing arts program Supervision and Evaluation Responsible, along with building administrators, for the supervision and evaluation of: 29 K-12 Music and Drama faculty Coordinators’ administrative assistant, in conjunction with Visual Arts Coordinator Secondary Technical Director Professional Development Provides leadership for the planning, development, and implementation of performing arts educators’ professional learning Demonstrates a commitment to continuous growth and learning for self and members of department Hiring Responsible, along with building administrators, for conducting the hiring process for: Music and Drama K-12 Faculty Coordinators’ administrative assistant Secondary Technical Director Stipended positions in need of filling Budget Development and Implementation Responsible for the preparation and management of the Performing Arts operating budget Responsible for the management of the LPS Performing Arts revolving fund Responsible for overseeing the LHS Student Activity accounts Parent Engagement Sit on the board of the Friends of Lexington Music, Art and Drama Students (FoLMADS) Coordinate with the FoLMADS board for: Fund Raising Grant distribution Ushers and support for LHS performances Community outreach Facilities Management Will act as the point person for facilities availability at LHS for Performing Arts classroom, performance spaces and Commons areas Will coordinate with Department of Public Facilities for availability and usage at LHS for Outside Rentals Provides updates the electronic Database (SchoolDude) throughout the year as changes occur Performance Calendar In conjunction with faculty responsible for: Preparing the LPS Performing Arts calendar Updating the LPS Performing Arts calendar Communications and Community Outreach Responsible for the creation and maintenance of the Performing Arts Website Responsible for the creation and maintenance of a personal teacher’s website Participation in Various Committees and Councils The Performing Arts Coordinator is a member of the following administrative groups: LHS Leadership Team (Curriculum and Building Administrators) Middle School Cabinet (Curriculum and Building Administrators) Elementary School Cabinet (Curriculum and Building Administrators) K - 5, 6 – 8, 9 – 12 and K-12 Curriculum Coordinators LHS Department Heads Joint Council (System-wide administrators) Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in music, drama, theater, performing arts, educational leadership/arts administration, and/or other field(s) as deemed appropriate by the Superintendent of Schools; Valid Massachusetts educator licensure as an arts educator (music /drama/dance) and as a Supervisor/Director; Demonstrated record of successful leadership in the performing arts. Work Year: The teacher’s work year plus 12 days (196 days). Start date August 28, 2017, 12 additional days may begin July 1, 2017 Salary and Benefits: Salary and other benefits in accordance with the Association of Lexington Administrators’ Contract. Application Deadline: April 21, 2017 https://phlaptweb20.applitrack.com/lexingtonma/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=2064 Please apply online. Applications will be considered only when the online application is completed and a cover letter, resume, three (3) letters of recommendation, license and transcripts have been attached to your online application. Lexington Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer actively seeking to increase the diversity of its workforce.
FTNULLLexington Public SchoolsLexingtonMAKari Grossmankgrossman@sch.ci.lexington.ma.us2017-04-102017-04-21
View456Private Music Lesson teacher (Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Violin ect..)Learn At Home Music is a private in home music company looking for new teac...more
Learn At Home Music is a private in home music company looking for new teachers Pay is $40 per lesson and you will be scheduled 32 lessons per year per student You can view more about us at Learnathomemusic.com Please email director@learnathomemusic.com to apply
NULLPTGreater Boston AreaMAParker2016-05-172017-07-07
View623Director of Performing ArtsDirector of Performing Arts (K-12) REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent ...more
Director of Performing Arts (K-12) REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE: The Department Head is accountable for planning, administering, and facilitating a comprehensive and multidisciplinary program which offers students a variety of opportunities to learn about and enjoy the performing arts as both practitioner and consumer. DIMENSIONS: Students: 5,000 Schools: 2 secondary 7 elementary Staff: 16 full- and part-time teachers 1 departmental assistant stipend, 1 department secretary, shared with the Art Department 1 IVEP Secretary (part-time) NATURE AND SCOPE: Curriculum coordination and development, program management as well as staff development, supervision, and evaluation are the most significant areas of responsibility for the Director of Performing Arts. He/she is responsible for the everyday functioning of the department in terms of curriculum, department meetings and culture, teaching assignments, and oversight of the performance programs. The Director serves as the most visible leader of Wellesley's art program to educators and to the community. He/she develops the K-12 department budget. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: 1. With the faculty, plan, implement, coordinate, and evaluate the curriculum development and performance programs for the K-12 program. 2. Plan, manage and evaluate courses and program offerings. 3. Plan and lead meetings and activities to build and maintain a strong professional and collaborative department culture. 4. Assign teaching responsibilities in cooperation with building principals. 5. Supervise and evaluate the staff assigned to the department including the Instrumental Vocals Extension Program. 6. Prepare and administer the budget for the K-12 program and prepare appropriate reports. 7. Prepare and develop a plan for the implementation of yearly program objectives. 8. Plan, provide, and recommend professional development for the faculty. 9. With the Art Department, arrange temporary art exhibits throughout the system and arrange for security measures when appropriate. 10. Support the implementation of the Performing Arts program into other areas of curriculum. 11. Meet with staff to coordinate and arrange appropriate student placement, class size, teacher assignments, and student and teacher schedules (including colleges, i.e., entrance requirements and advance placement). 12. With the Performing Arts Department, manage the selection, purchase and distribution of all Performing Arts Department supplies, media materials, equipment, and furniture. 13. Maintain effective communication and public relations regarding the K-12 Performing Arts program within the school community and between the school system and the town. 14. May teach a maximum of 0.2FTE as a teaching load. 15. Keep abreast of innovative art techniques, programs, and research through participation in professional organizations and activities. 16. Monitor equipment maintenance and safety issues in art classrooms. 17. Manage the IVEP Program including registrations, room assignments and scheduling. WORK YEAR: 204 days
FTNULLWellesley Public SchoolsWellesleyMAGayle McCrackenmccrackeng@wellesleyps.org2017-03-162017-05-31
View612Summer Rock Band Camp Vocal InstructorThe Waltham Public Schools Summer Rock Band Camp is seeking an experienced ...more
The Waltham Public Schools Summer Rock Band Camp is seeking an experienced vocal instructor for our camp this summer. Applicants should have prior teaching experience with middle school and high school vocal students specializing in the pop/rock/motown styles . Strong keyboard skills are required for this fast paced day camp teaching lead and back up vocal techniques and methods to camp students. The dates of instruction are June 26th thru July 26th. It is 4 days a week Mon-thursday 9am-1pm. Contact Kevin Burke at kevinburke@k12.waltham.ma.us for more details.
NULLPTWalthamWalthamMAKevin Burkekevinburke@k12.waltham.ma.us2017-02-222017-03-24
View613Faculty Opening: New Horizons Band Director (concert band)Indian Hill Music School, a large and thriving community music school in Li...more
Indian Hill Music School, a large and thriving community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of professional teaching artists, has a part-time opening for the fall of 2017 for a New Horizons Band Director (concert band). New Horizons Music programs provide entry points to music making for adults, including those with no musical experience at all and those who were active in school music programs but have been inactive for a long time. You can see a documentary about New Horizons here and a short trailer here, The position and the program are subject to student enrollment. The New Horizons Band Director may have the opportunity to run other programs and add private students to his/her teaching load if scheduling and student enrollments allow, and if the instructor’s performance meet or exceeds expectations. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) teaching at a high technical level; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional IHM programs to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Ideal candidates should have a Masters degree in music or equivalent, at least three years of experience conducting a concert band, and be comfortable working with beginner- and intermediate-level adult students on all woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments. Send resume and any other accompanying materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “New Horizons Band” indicated in the subject line. Position: Part time Pay: Commensurate with experience Start date: Early Fall 2017 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. ABOUT INDIAN HILL MUSIC Indian Hill Music shares the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need. The non-profit music education and performance center is located west of Boston, in Littleton, Massachusetts. Indian Hill’s professional performance series features symphonic concerts by the critically-acclaimed Orchestra of Indian Hill, led by Artistic Director Bruce Hangen, plus chamber music, jazz, and family events. Serving 1,100 students of all ages and abilities with an international faculty of over 60 college and conservatory-trained teaching artists and 21 state-of-the-art studios, the Music School offers private instruction, group lessons and ensembles for all instruments and voice in a variety of genres, including classical, jazz, folk, rock, Irish, and musical theater. Indian Hill’s Community Engagement initiative brings performances and educational programs to public schools and community events, provides free concerts for seniors, and awards some $65,000 in need-based scholarships. It was the first community music school in the country to offer bedside singing for healing through its Threshold Singers. Last year its outreach activities served over 6,600 people in its service area. Indian Hill Music relies on the generosity of individuals, families, businesses, and foundations to support our many community programs. Please contact us to make a tax-deductible contribution or bequest. To learn more, call (978) 486-9524 or visit www.indianhillmusic.org.
NULLPTIndian Hill Music SchoolLittletonMAPete Robbins, Director of Educationprobbins@indianhillmusic.org2017-02-232017-05-31
View614MUSIC TEACHER WITH EMPHASIS IN STRING ORCHESTRA INSTRUCTION 2017-2018 SCHO...more
MUSIC TEACHER WITH EMPHASIS IN STRING ORCHESTRA INSTRUCTION 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS ABOUT THE SCHOOL - Bridge Boston Charter School is a comprehensive, full-service public school that opened in the fall of 2011 with 72 children in K1 and K2. Next year, the school will hold grades K1-6 with 312 students. We are chartered to expand by a grade each year until we serve 335 students in grades K1-8. Bridge Boston Charter School’s mission is to help our students thrive in a challenging, joyful, inclusive public school community that values close partnerships with families and a focus on the whole child. Through full-service programming, Bridge Boston Charter School works to remove the health and social obstacles that hinder student learning. This year we are serving students who are 39% ELL, 21% SPED, and 20% who have been or are currently homeless. To serve our students and fulfill our mission, the school is chartered to run an extended year and extended day program. ABOUT THE MUSIC PROGRAM - The El Sistema-inspired music program is central to the community at Bridge Boston. As the school pursues high academic standards, it also maintains a commitment to allow students to experience the arts, beauty, and joy. The music program strives to expose children in such ways. Starting in first grade, every Bridge Boston students participates in our instrumental music program, not just those students perceived to have musical talent or interest. Through daily ensemble-based rehearsals, students learn not only how to play, listen to, and appreciate music; they also learn how to persevere through challenges, to hold themselves to high standards, and to achieve in ways that they may not have expected. To view clips from our 2015 Winter Concert, please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdK4Cp1SkdQ. To view a recent short documentary of our music program, please see https://vimeo.com/178506700. ABOUT THE POSITION - This position is full-time, reports to the Music Director, and will work directly with the Music Director and Lead Sectional Teachers. The Music Teacher will teach classes of 18-20 students. Salary is based on the level of experience and education. Qualifications • Must have completed MTEL by the end of their first year with Bridge Boston or have MA teacher certification • Proficiency in a string instrument and a master’s degree in music education strongly preferred • At least 3 to 4 years’ experience teaching music in an elementary or middle school • Excellent organizational skills, personal skills and the willingness to be a team player • Superior written and verbal communication skills • Real commitment to life-long learning • Demonstrated cultural competence and sensitivity; believes in the value of diversity • CPR and First-Aid certification or a willingness to obtain them Responsibilities • Developing and implementing a string orchestra-centered music curriculum and musical repertoire • Delivering dynamic and creative instruction • Identifying students who are not meeting benchmarks and planning appropriate interventions • Assisting in planning three school-wide music concerts • Serving as an advisor for a group of students • Collaborating with other teachers and administrators • Accepting other duties as assigned • Representing Bridge Boston in the local and national El Sistema network More information about the school is available at www.bridgebostoncharterschool.org. Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to Julie Davis, Music Director; please title subject heading as: Music Teacher and send to hr@bridgebostoncs.org and jdavis@bridgebostoncs.org. Bridge Boston Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, gender identity, homelessness or sexual orientation. Inquiries concerning Bridge Boston’s compliance with Title IX and other civil rights laws may be directed to the Executive Director, 2 McLellan Street, Dorchester, MA 02121, phone: 857-229-1601.
FTNULLBridge Boston Charter SchoolBostonMAJulie Davisjdavis@bridgebostoncs.org2017-02-282017-06-30
View616Long Term Sub: 5-8 ChoralThe Mendon-Upton Public Schools is looking for a Long Term Sub for grades 5...more
The Mendon-Upton Public Schools is looking for a Long Term Sub for grades 5-8 Chorus. Approximate start and end dates would be 4/1/17-5/26/17. Responsibilities would be to prepare students for their spring performances.
FTNULLMiscoe Hill Middle SchoolMendonMAAnn Meyerameyer@mursd.org2017-03-012017-03-11
View617Middle School Chorus Director (Grades 5-8)The Belmont Public Schools have a full-time opening for a Middle School Cho...more
The Belmont Public Schools have a full-time opening for a Middle School Chorus Director, Grades 5-8. This position also includes some General Music teaching. We are seeking a vibrant and enthusiastic director to lead our thriving choral program at Chenery Middle School. Belmont is one of NAMM's "Best Communities for Music Education" thanks in large part to the strength of our middle school music program, which boasts grade level choruses each with over 100 singers. To apply online, visit http://www.belmont.k12.ma.us/bps/Home/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities. For more information, visit our http://www.belmont.k12.ma.us/bps/fpa/Music or e-mail aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us.
FTNULLChenery Middle SchoolBelmontMAArto Asadoorian, Director of Visual and Performing Artsaasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us2017-03-062017-05-31
View624High School Band DirectorHigh School Band Director - Full Time Apply at: https://www.schoolspring.c...more
High School Band Director - Full Time Apply at: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2765016 Foxboro High School is seeking an experienced Band Director to teach: * Concert Band * Select Wind Ensemble * Two Jazz Ensembles * Marching Band * Music Theory Course. The successful candidate will: * Supervise a comprehensive advanced level HS Band program and curriculum * Possess advanced conducting skills for: Concert Band, Select Wind Ensemble, Two Jazz Ensembles, Marching Band * Have knowledge of repertoire and pedagogy appropriate for the ensembles * Supervise after school chamber group rehearsals coached by private teaching faculty * Teach all after school sectionals as needed for instrumental ensembles * Work collaboratively with a dedicated and experienced music staff * Commit to ongoing recruitment in collaboration with Middle School music staff * Have experience with the implementation of a student leadership program
FTNULLFoxboro High SchoolFoxboroMACami Tedolditedoldic@foxborough.k12.ma.us2017-03-172017-04-28
View641Elementary String Teacher(s)This is a new string program in our schools, so will be for beginning strin...more
This is a new string program in our schools, so will be for beginning string classes this year to expand to include advanced (2nd yr) classes in following years. Beginning group lessons will be held before school. Interested candidates please apply online to: https://www.applitrack.com/abrsd/onlineapp/
NULLPTActon-Boxborough Regional SchoolsActon MAMark Hickeymhickey@abschools.org2017-04-102017-04-28
View643Group Piano TeacherBrookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time GROUP PIANO TEACHER to tea...more
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time GROUP PIANO TEACHER to teach piano classes for children ages 4 and above. The successful applicant will have excellent piano and musical skills, an understanding of child development, and experience with Gordon’s Music Learning Theory.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2017-04-132017-06-30
View644Suzuki Violin Teacher and Suzuki Piano TeacherIndian Hill Music School Faculty Opening - Suzuki Piano and Suzuki Violin ...more
Indian Hill Music School Faculty Opening - Suzuki Piano and Suzuki Violin Teacher Start date: September 5, 2017 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 Suzuki Piano and Suzuki Violin Teacher to teach weekly private lessons and required group classes in a brand new Suzuki program. 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 IHM programs to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Ideal candidates should have a degree in music and a minimum of three years of teaching experience, and be comfortable working with all ages, particularly children as young as 3.5 years old (though our stated age minimum for the Suzuki program will be four years). 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 two annual meetings and occasional clerical tasks. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school administrators, are essential to this role. Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Suzuki Piano Teacher” or “Suzuki Violin Teacher” listed in the subject line. Position: Part time Pay: Commensurate with experience Start date: September 5, 2017 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. ABOUT INDIAN HILL MUSIC Indian Hill Music shares the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need. The non-profit music education and performance center is located west of Boston, in Littleton, Massachusetts. Indian Hill’s professional performance series features symphonic concerts by the critically-acclaimed Orchestra of Indian Hill, led by Artistic Director Bruce Hangen, plus chamber music, jazz, and family events. Serving 1,100 students of all ages and abilities with an international faculty of over 70 college and conservatory-trained teaching artists and 21 state-of-the-art studios, the Music School offers private instruction, group lessons and ensembles for all instruments and voice in a variety of genres, including classical, jazz, folk, rock, Irish, and musical theater. Indian Hill’s Community Engagement initiative brings performances and educational programs to public schools and community events, provides free concerts for seniors, and awards some $65,000 in need-based scholarships. It was the first community music school in the country to offer bedside singing for healing through its Threshold Singers. Last year its outreach activities served over 6,600 people in its service area. Indian Hill Music relies on the generosity of individuals, families, businesses, and foundations to support our many community programs. Please contact us to make a tax-deductible contribution or bequest. To learn more, call (978) 486-9524 or visit www.indianhillmusic.org.
NULLPTIndian Hill Music SchoolLittletonMAPete Robbins, Director of Educationprobbins@indianhillmusic.org2017-04-192017-09-05
View645Songs in Motion Elementary Music TeacherIndian Hill Music School, a community music school in Littleton MA, with a ...more
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 Elementary Music teacher for our weekly (Mondays) Songs in Motion program for children ages 3-4 and 5-7. 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 IHM programs to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Ideal candidates should have a degree in music and a minimum of three years of teaching experience, and be comfortable working with all music learners between the ages of 3 and 7. The teacher will be responsible for designing and implementing his/her own curriculum for the classes. The program should incorporate singing, use of pitched and unpitched rhythm instruments, movement, and an introduction to basic music theory in order to provide a foundation for the student’s future private and group music learning. 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 two annual meetings and occasional clerical tasks. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school administrators, are essential to this role. Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Songs in Motion teacher” listed in the subject line. Position: Part time Pay: Commensurate with experience 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. ABOUT INDIAN HILL MUSIC Indian Hill Music shares the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need. The non-profit music education and performance center is located west of Boston, in Littleton, Massachusetts. Indian Hill’s professional performance series features symphonic concerts by the critically-acclaimed Orchestra of Indian Hill, led by Artistic Director Bruce Hangen, plus chamber music, jazz, and family events. Serving 1,100 students of all ages and abilities with an international faculty of over 70 college and conservatory-trained teaching artists and 21 state-of-the-art studios, the Music School offers private instruction, group lessons and ensembles for all instruments and voice in a variety of genres, including classical, jazz, folk, rock, Irish, and musical theater. Indian Hill’s Community Engagement initiative brings performances and educational programs to public schools and community events, provides free concerts for seniors, and awards some $65,000 in need-based scholarships. It was the first community music school in the country to offer bedside singing for healing through its Threshold Singers. Last year its outreach activities served over 6,600 people in its service area. Indian Hill Music relies on the generosity of individuals, families, businesses, and foundations to support our many community programs. Please contact us to make a tax-deductible contribution or bequest. To learn more, call (978) 486-9524 or visit www.indianhillmusic.org.
NULLPTIndian Hill Music SchoolLittleton MAPete Robbins, Director of Educationprobbins@indianhillmusic.org2017-04-192017-10-02
View647General Music & Chorus Teacher, Vassal Lane Upper School, 17/18 SY, PS# 5381The General Music and Chorus teacher will teach grades 6-8 General Music an...more
The General Music and Chorus teacher will teach grades 6-8 General Music and Chorus classes in a diverse middle school and be responsible to the principal and the Director of the Visual and Performing Arts Department (VPA). The candidate should be able to accompany students on piano, direct choruses of middle school students and teach an engaging General Music curriculum. The candidate must be comfortable working with colleagues to build and refine an engaging standards based General Music curricula that is relevant to the needs and interests of Vassal Lane Upper School community. The candidate will be expected to work collaboratively with classroom teachers and other VPA staff at the school and in the district. As a member of the VLUS music staff, the General Music & Chorus teacher will work collaboratively with the Band and Strings teachers to develop school ensembles and present concerts. Candidates must possess excellent classroom management skills and use appropriate authentic assessment strategies to monitor student progress. The candidate must have the ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners and adjust practice to meet the needs of all students. The selected candidate must be computer literate, organized, able to responsibly meet professional obligations, willing to participate in school, district, and state level music performances, contribute to department and school-wide curricular projects and other initiatives, and be able to steward the careful use of supplies, equipment, and teaching resources. To be considered for this position, apply at https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2779610
FTNULLVassal Lane Upper SchoolCambridgeMABrian Gellersteinbgellerstein@cpsd.us2017-04-252017-06-01
View648Conductor: MYSP String Orchestra Program (Part-Time)Powers Music School is looking to expand its orchestra offerings for the 20...more
Powers Music School is looking to expand its orchestra offerings for the 2017-2018 year. We are seeking 2 part-time teacher/conductors for our Beginning Orchestra and Preparatory String Orchestra, part of our Massachusetts Youth Symphony Project. The MYSP Preparatory String Orchestra rehearses weekly on Saturdays and presents 3 concerts per academic year (Dec/March/May). The Beginning Orchestra rehearsal schedule is TBD based on the candidate’s availability. It is possible that both positions can be filled by the same candidate with the proper qualifications and availability. Powers Music School is a regional community music school that draws students from all over New England. The successful candidate should have the performance and teaching experience to help strengthen that draw to prospective students. This person must be a highly skilled conductor with a background in string pedagogy. The conductor is expected to select age/skill level appropriate repertoire and fully prepare them for the performance. They will work closely with the Director of Music and the Director of MYSP in planning for the 2017-18 season. There are additional opportunities for teaching within the school including weekly private violin lessons and work with the MYSP Chamber Orchestra on occasion at sectionals and full orchestra rehearsals. Requirements Must have experience working with beginner to intermediate string students Must be a highly skilled conductor/leader Must be able to communicate effectively with students and parents Must possess a M.M (performance or Ed) or equivalent performance/teaching experience Salary: Hourly rate based on experience. To Apply: Send resume and three references by email to: Dr. Daniel Acsadi, Director of Music dacsadi@powersmusic.org Or mail to: Dr. Daniel Acsadi Powers Music School PO Box 398 Belmont, MA 02478
NULLPTPowers Music SchoolBelmontMADr. Daniel Acsadidacsadi@powersmusic.org2017-04-262017-06-15
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