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1224 TEACHING ARTIST, JAZZ PIANO – IMMEDIATE OPENING Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano, with experti... more
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano, with expertise both performing and teaching jazz, to begin in Summer 2019, and to continue into the 2019-2020 school year and beyond. This position may include accompanying duties at recitals and events, and the opportunity to teach group classes or coach 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. The ability to teach beginners creatively, and to adapt repertoire assignments at all levels to students’ interests (including pop and film music) is highly desired. 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. Saturday availability is required. Organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential to representing the school to our students and their families. An undergraduate degree in 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 offering private lessons and group classes to people of all ages and abilities, BMS is the oldest and largest cultural institution in Brookline. Founded in 1924 by the Public Schools of Brookline, its original purpose was to enhance school orchestras by providing music lessons after hours on school premises. Today, BMS also sponsors a full schedule of community and outreach concerts and public performances by faculty and students. Brookline Music School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, race, national origin, creed, age, physical or mental disability, religion, veteran status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic.
NULL PT Brookline Music School Brookline MA Brookline Music School info@bmsmusic.org 2019-08-15 2019-07-16
1223 Music Teaching Artist: Steel Drumming Specialist Summary of Position: The music educator selected for this position will p... more
Summary of Position: The music educator selected for this position will provide a creative steel drumming focused music program for Grade 6-12 students in a Boston Public School. Class content will include instrument playing, music literacy, composition, general appreciation and performance opportunities. The music educator selected for this position will be a strong educator and artist able to adapt the goals and curriculum of our program to best utilize their own skill specialties, as well as engage with and relate to the interests and abilities of their students. Applicants should possess a firm command of classroom management skills and the ability to work effectively and enthusiastically with diverse student populations in an inclusive manner. Applicants with an interest/experience in creative youth development and social/emotional growth are especially encouraged to apply. Status: Part-time Start Date: September 1, 2019-June 30, 2020 Specific schedules: 1:00-3:00 PM; 3 days per week (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays or ` Fridays based on instructor availability) Please Note: There is no flexibility with this schedule. Applicants must be able to commit to three days of teaching. Reports to: Director of School Outreach Program Works Closely With: Director of School Outreach, Partner School staff, Chief Programming Officer General Responsibilities: • Foster and leverage CMCB’s strong reputation as an extraordinary community music school to sustain current programming and to develop future opportunities for expansion and growth. • Ensure the highest level of programs and services that meets the needs of the communities we serve. • Be an active, knowledgeable and visible ambassador for CMCB in the community. • Maintain personal teaching schedule consistently. • Attend professional development workshops and department meetings as scheduled throughout the year. • Attend a mid-year and year-end coaching conference with supervisor. • Respond within 48 business hours to requests for information from supervisors. • Submit monthly lesson plans and complete professional development related tasks. • Actively demonstrate departmental protocols and practices; demonstrate engagement with annual instructional focus and organizational goal alignment. Specific Responsibilities: • Design, document and execute weekly lesson plans that engage students with diverse, relevant and age-appropriate content in a creative manner. • Provide challenging, accessible, and motivating repertoire via multiple teaching modalities to create a comprehensive, inclusive and student-centered classroom experience. • Manage student behaviors consistently in a proactive manner that mirrors school protocols and professional best practices. • Communicate and coordinate with teaching professionals in a way that builds productive professional relationships with both partner school staff and CMCB colleagues. • Present at least two culminating performances annually. Essential Qualifications: • Undergraduate degree in Music, Performing Arts, Education or equivalent experience • Experience working with the arts, children and education • Experience teaching general music education in a classroom setting • Demonstrated leadership skills and success working with children • Commitment to cultural competency practices related to diversity, equity & inclusion • Energetic, reliable, independent, and flexible work-style • Possesses excellent interpersonal communication skills & the ability to create positive workplace relationships • Able to work collaboratively with supervisors, colleagues and school staff • Must have a passion for both arts education & working with diverse student populations To Apply: Please upload your resume and cover letter to: https://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/87 Please direct the cover letter to: Marie Tai, Chief Operations Officer Please no phone calls, emails or walk-ins Community Music Center of Boston is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
NULL PT Community Music Center of Boston Boston MA NULL https://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/87 2019-08-09 2019-07-15
1222 General Music Teaching Artist Summary of Position: The music educator selected for this position will p... more
Summary of Position: The music educator selected for this position will provide a creative general music and movement program for Grade K-5 students in a Boston Public School. Class content will include singing, creative movement, rhythm instrument, recorder, tin whistle, ucket drumming and/or ukulele instruction, an introduction to the different families of instruments and music literacy, appreciation and performance opportunities. The music educator selected for this position will be a strong educator and artist able to adapt the goals and curriculum of our program to best utilize their own skill specialties, as well as engage with and relate to the interests and abilities of their students. Applicants should possess a firm command of classroom management skills and the ability to work effectively and enthusiastically with diverse student populations in an inclusive manner. Applicants with an interest/experience in creative youth development and social/emotional growth are especially encouraged to apply. Status: Part-time Start Date: September 1, 2019-June 30, 2020 Specific schedules: Schedules vary by site; school day hours Reports to: Director of School Outreach Program Works Closely With: Director of School Outreach, Partner School staff, Chief Programming Officer General Responsibilities: • Foster and leverage CMCB’s strong reputation as an extraordinary community music school to sustain current programming and to develop future opportunities for expansion and growth. • Ensure the highest level of programs and services that meets the needs of the communities we serve. • Be an active, knowledgeable and visible ambassador for CMCB in the community. • Maintain personal teaching schedule consistently. • Attend professional development workshops and department meetings as scheduled throughout the year. • Attend a mid-year and year-end coaching conference with supervisor. • Respond within 48 business hours to requests for information from supervisors. • Submit monthly lesson plans and complete professional development related tasks. • Actively demonstrate departmental protocols and practices; demonstrate engagement with annual instructional focus and organizational goal alignment. Specific Responsibilities: • Design, document and execute weekly lesson plans that engage students with diverse, relevant and age-appropriate content in a creative manner. • Provide challenging, accessible, and motivating repertoire via multiple teaching modalities to create a comprehensive, inclusive and student-centered classroom experience. • Manage student behaviors consistently in a proactive manner that mirrors school protocols and professional best practices. • Communicate and coordinate with teaching professionals in a way that builds productive professional relationships with both partner school staff and CMCB colleagues. • Present at least two culminating performances annually. Essential Qualifications: • Undergraduate degree in Music, Performing Arts, Education or equivalent experience • Experience working with the arts, children and education • Experience teaching general music education in a classroom setting • Demonstrated leadership skills and success working with children • Commitment to cultural competency practices related to diversity, equity & inclusion • Energetic, reliable, independent, and flexible work-style • Possesses excellent interpersonal communication skills & the ability to create positive workplace relationships • Able to work collaboratively with supervisors, colleagues and school staff • Must have a passion for both arts education & working with diverse student populations To Apply: Please upload your resume and cover letter to: https://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/90 Please direct the cover letter to: Marie Tai, Chief Operations Officer Please no phone calls, emails or walk-ins Community Music Center of Boston is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
NULL PT Community Music Center of Boston Boston MA NULL NULL 2019-08-09 2019-07-15
1221 Department Teaching Assistant/On-Call Substitute Teacher Summary of Position: The performing arts educator selected for this positi... more
Summary of Position: The performing arts educator selected for this position will serve as a teaching assistant to Music Center lead teaching artists (music, dance, drama) in our innovative school outreach program in partnership with Boston Public Schools. Teaching Assistants also serve as substitute teachers for our regular teaching staff on an as-needed and on-call basis. Teaching Assistants Provide assistance to the CMCB lead teacher in these ways: • Model appropriate behavior and participation by example • Reinforce classroom and school rules and goals as needed • Assist the lead teacher in administering activities (passing out/collecting supplies, pairing children into partners or small groups, forming circles, helping part singing etc.) • Coordinate transitions into and out of class and between activities • Work one-on-one with students needing specialized discipline or tutoring • Be an authoritative adult role model during all scheduled classes • Communicate effectively with lead teacher before, during and after class • Lead class activities as assigned by lead teacher The candidate selected for this position will be a strong educator and artist able to adapt the goals and curriculum of our program to best utilize their own skill specialties, as well as engage the interests and abilities of the students. Applicants should possess a firm command of classroom management skills and the ability to work effectively and enthusiastically with diverse student populations in an inclusive manner. Specific schedules: TBA Status: Part-time; School Day hours Start Date: September 3, 2019-June 30, 2020 5-6 hours per day Monday-Friday Reports to: Director of School Outreach Program Works Closely With: Director of School Outreach, Partner School staff, Chief Programming Officer General Responsibilities: • Foster and leverage CMCB’s strong reputation as an extraordinary community music school to sustain current programming and to develop future opportunities for expansion and growth. • Ensure the highest level of programs and services that meets the needs of the communities we serve. • Be an active, knowledgeable and visible ambassador for CMCB in the community. • Maintain personal teaching schedule consistently. • Attend professional development workshops as scheduled throughout the year. • Attend a mid-year and year-end coaching conference with supervisor. • Respond within 48 business hours to requests for information from supervisors. • Submit monthly lesson plans and complete professional development related tasks. • Actively demonstrate departmental protocols and practices; demonstrate engagement with annual instructional focus and organizational goal alignment. Specific Responsibilities: • When providing substitute coverage, execute lesson plans that engage students with diverse age-appropriate content in a creative manner. • Support our instructional goal of providing challenging, accessible, and motivating repertoire via multiple teaching modalities to create a comprehensive student-centered classroom experience for students. • Manage student behaviors consistently in a proactive manner that mirrors school protocols and professional best practices. • Communicate and coordinate with teaching professionals in a way that builds productive professional relationships with both partner school staff and CMCB colleagues. • Support production of concert performances as assigned. Essential Qualifications: • Undergraduate degree in Music, Performing Arts, Education or equivalent experience • Experience working with the arts, children and education • Experience teaching general music education in a classroom setting • Demonstrated leadership skills and success working with children • Commitment to cultural competency practices related to diversity, equity & inclusion • Energetic, reliable, independent, and flexible • Possesses excellent inter-personal communication skills & the ability to create positive workplace relationships • Able to work collaboratively with supervisors, colleagues and school staff • Must have a passion for both arts education & working with diverse urban students To Apply: Please upload your resume and cover letter to: https://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/89 Please direct the cover letter to: Marie Tai, Chief Operations Officer Please no phone calls, emails or walk-ins Community Music Center of Boston is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
NULL PT Community Music Center of Boston Boston MA NULL NULL 2019-08-09 2019-07-15
1220 Collaborative Pianist Handel and Haydn Society | Collaborative Pianist: New Voices Description:... more
Handel and Haydn Society | Collaborative Pianist: New Voices Description: Handel and Haydn Society seeks a highly-qualified collaborative pianist to support rehearsals and performances of the New Voices youth choral ensemble. New Voices is a beginning choral experience for children who show a strong interest in music and a desire to sing. This chorus for students in grades 2-4 is one of seven ensembles that comprise the H+H Youth Choruses. The New Voices collaborative pianist is part of a team of 15 part-time education faculty members, which includes conductors, musicianship teachers, collaborative pianists, and school-based teaching artists. Reports to: Vice President of Education and Community Engagement Responsibilities: Accompany the weekly 50-minute New Voices rehearsals on Saturdays, 8:30-9:20am, September 2019 – May 2020. The ensemble rehearses regularly at Boston Latin School. Accompany New Voices performances, generally 3-4 per season in the Boston area. Maintain high-quality rehearsal and performance standards aligned with the organization’s core values of education, musical excellence, expression, and community. Lead occasional sectional rehearsals as deemed necessary by the conductor. Meet with the conductor on a regular basis at times mutually agreed upon for the purposes of planning rehearsals and performances, and discussing musical and logistical performance issues. Participate in other meetings of the education faculty and staff as scheduled. Be available to meet with Board members, donors, and funders during the year and participate in events that maintain and cultivate interest in the Education Program. Qualifications: A passion for sharing music with all people, in particular with children Superior collaborative playing skills and the ability to artistically respond in real-time to a conductor Advanced classical piano technique Advanced sight-reading ability Ability to transpose on the spot Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance or Collaborative Piano, advanced degree preferred Demonstrated success as a collaborative artist, coaching and playing for classical singers Prior experience accompanying children’s choral ensembles Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate to and engage school-aged children with genuine warmth, creativity, and energy Professionalism in all settings and excellent judgment Pro-active approach, flexibility, and positive attitude Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of students and their families Fluency in Spanish, Cape Verdean, Vietnamese, Haitian, Mandarin, or another language spoken by new Bostonians is desirable Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society Availability to work in Boston on Saturday mornings September–May is essential Compensation: This position is paid hourly, at a rate commensurate with experience. Contract may be extended for future seasons based on performance. The Handel and Haydn Society is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace by maintaining a staff that represents the traditions and voices of contemporary Boston. Interviews will not be scheduled until we have a diverse pool of candidates from which to select. Please submit resume, cover letter, and references. Auditions will be heard for this position in summer 2019. Candidates will be asked to perform a 3-4 minute solo selection of their choice and sight reading, as well as an interview.
NULL PT Handel and Haydn Society Youth Choruses Boston NULL Penny Ouellette penny@handelandhaydn.org 2019-09-14 2019-07-15
1219 Elementary Music Teacher (80%) Search Extended: The Ward Elementary School is seeking a dynamic musician e... more
Search Extended: The Ward Elementary School is seeking a dynamic musician educator who is interested in leading a complete music education program for a small elementary school. The weekly elementary music program includes K-5 general music classes, additional classes on recorder in 3rd gr., 4th grade introductory chorus, 5th grade chorus. The position also includes 4th gr. elective introductory instrumental music lessons (band and strings), and 5th gr. band and string orchestra, all held during the school day. The position is 4 days per week (.8 FTE) and includes a full benefits package. Applications for employment must be submitted online at www.newton.k12.ma.us Job # 3387
NULL PT Ward Elementary Newton MA Richard King NULL 2019-08-30 2019-07-15
1218 Private Violin / Viola Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2019-08-28 2019-07-14
1217 Private Cello Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2019-08-28 2019-07-14
1216 Private Flute Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2019-08-28 2019-07-14
1215 Private Trumpet Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2019-09-25 2019-07-14
1214 Private Piano Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthy@experiences.com 2019-08-29 2019-07-14
1213 General Music Teacher K-5 .8 General Music Teacher K-5 NULL PT Blueberry Hill elementary School Longmeadow MA Principal Amy Bostian abostian@longmeadow.k12.ma.us 2019-07-31 2019-07-11
1212 High School Chorus Director - LTS The Belmont Public Schools are seeking a full-year (long-term substitute) C... more
The Belmont Public Schools are seeking a full-year (long-term substitute) Choral Director to lead the Belmont High School chorus program for the duration of the 2019-20 school year. This is a 0.8 FTE position that also includes over $9,000 in extra-comp teaching assignments. The choruses at Belmont High School perform a wide variety of challenging repertoire at a high level. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach music in a well-established program in a community that places a high value on music education. Teaching responsibilities for this position include: - BHS Chamber Singers (auditioned chorus) - BHS Chorale (non-auditioned chorus) - Grade 5 Vocal Music (collaborative teaching with middle school chorus director) - Additional middle school chorus support or classroom music (one period per day) - BHS Jazz Choir (extra-comp, once per week after school) - BHS Madrigal Singers (extra-comp, oncer per week after school) - BHS A Cappella Groups (extra-comp, once per week after school) - Other extra-comp positions may be available The BHS Chorus Director is assisted by a faculty accompanist for most rehearsals during the school day. Interested candidates can apply online at www.belmont.k12.ma.us/bps/Home/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities. For more information, e-mail Arto Asadoorian (Director of Visual & Performing Arts). aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us
NULL PT Belmont High School Belmont MA Arto Asadoorian, Director of Visual & Performing Arts aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us 2019-08-30 2019-07-09
1211 Music Director St Gabriel’s Episcopal Church is looking for a versatile, committed, and en... more
St Gabriel’s Episcopal Church is looking for a versatile, committed, and enthusiastic musician to serve as Director of Music and Organist; if necessary, the job may be split between two people. St Gabriel’s is a parish of 300 families located in a beautiful seaside community in southeastern Massachusetts that takes immense pride and joy in its music program. St. Gabriel’s offers two Sunday services that feature music as a central component of worship. Our adult choir of approximately 20 singers leads the music for the 10 am Sunday service from September through early June as well as other various services. We value our beautiful Episcopal liturgical traditions, but also enjoy singing music from a variety of other traditions. The Director of Music will be responsible for coordinating and managing the music program of St. Gabriel’s. We seek someone who brings energy, passion, skill, and creativity in helping our community continue the music ministry for the benefit of our worshiping community, as well as the building up of the larger community. The ideal candidate will value personal relationships, encouragement, and humor; possess musical skills as an organist and choral director; possess a knowledge of choral music across style periods, and be open to exploring a diverse repertoire; will be able to encourage and empower talented musicians within the parish to offer their gifts; have demonstrated ability to creatively and collaboratively work with staff and volunteers; have an understanding and appreciation for a variety of liturgical styles; and the capability to manage a program budget and other administrative responsibilities required for the production of worship materials and communications. Job Description and Essential Requirements Start Date: Aug 2019 Position Reports to: Rector Schedule: Part time - 15 hours per week, scheduled as needed throughout the year to support the music program. St. Gabriel’s will provide the Director of Music with 1 week of ¬¬¬¬paid time off for continuing education in the profession, and a stipend for associated expenses. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: In partnership with the Rector and the Worship Committee, plan the music program; plan hymns for services, ensuring diversity; plan choral anthems for services, ensuring diversity and various genres to meet the needs and skills of all involved; attend monthly Worship Committee meetings, and meet with the Rector at least once per week; serve as organist for regular and special liturgies (8:00 am service and 10:00 am service with choir); serve as Choir Director; conduct at least one 90-minute choir rehearsal per week (September to early June); be present on Sundays from 7:45 a.m. until noon to play for the 8:00 service, rehearse, direct the music for the 10:00am Eucharist, and interact with members of the congregation during the fellowship hour. Compensation: negotiated on an annual basis as determined by the needs and resources of St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church. The Association of Anglican Musicians shall serve as a compensation benchmark. Parish instruments include 2 organs – a two-manual Wicks pipe organ with 3 ranks, and a three-manual Allen Renaissance Electric Organ with MIDI; 2 pianos – a Chickering baby grand piano and a Yamaha grand, plus a Yamaha electric keyboard. The church also has a 3-octave set of Malmark handbells and various percussion instruments. Education: A college degree in music is preferred. Must complete the Episcopal Church’s “Safeguarding God’s Children” course. Skills Necessary: • Strong proficiency in organ and piano performance, specifically in service playing. • Accomplished choral conducting skill for ensembles and large groups. • Ability to motivate, challenge, and inspire singers of various ages and experience. • Knowledge of current liturgy and worship practices. • Ability to plan and lead a music program. • Excellent written and oral communication skills. • Good teamwork and interpersonal skills. Preferred Experience: a minimum of three years in a similar position, with a focus on leading a church music ministry. The job description for the Director of Music is not meant to be an all-inclusive statement of the duties and responsibilities of the position listed above. Other reasonable duties may be required from time to time. There may also be a possibility to increase the job responsibilities to include a handbell choir and/or a children’s music program for additional remuneration. Please send resumé and cover letter to eloisecasi@aol.com. Recordings of organ and/or choral performances are also welcome.
NULL PT St Gabriel's Episcopal Church Marion MA Amy Casi eloisecasi@aol.com 2019-09-27 2019-07-09
1210 Jazz/contemporary Voice Private Lesson Teacher The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesle... more
The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesley Public Schools is three-fold: To help students develop a life-long love of music and joyful confidence in music-making through high-quality instruction, to teach a body of core musical performance skills and techniques to a mastery level, through quality repertoire, and to prepare all students for entry into and successful participation in school ensembles, and to support continued participation in these from elementary through high school. Lessons are scheduled after school on weekday afternoons and evenings. All lessons must take place in Wellesley Public Schools' facilities. Initial commitment of 1-2 days per week preferred; schedule will be determined directly with students prior to the start of the semester. Bachelor's degree or higher in Performance or Music Education. Previous studio teaching experience required. Must be able to teach jazz improv. Primary instrument must be voice. Pay is $56/hour. Active professional performer preferred. Send a resume and cover letter to Mr. Michael LaCava, Director of Performing Arts, at MusicLessons@wellesleyps.org. Please have supplementary materials available upon request.
NULL PT Wellesley Public Schools Wellesley MA Michael LaCava musiclessons@wellesleyps.org. 2019-07-25 2019-07-06
1209 Clarinet Private Lesson Teacher The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesle... more
The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesley Public Schools is three-fold: To help students develop a life-long love of music and joyful confidence in music-making through high-quality instruction, to teach a body of core musical performance skills and techniques to a mastery level, through quality repertoire, and to prepare all students for entry into and successful participation in school ensembles, and to support continued participation in these from elementary through high school. Lessons are scheduled after school on weekday afternoons and evenings. All lessons must take place in Wellesley Public Schools' facilities. Initial commitment of 1-2 days per week preferred; schedule will be determined directly with students prior to the start of the semester. Bachelor's degree or higher in Performance or Music Education. Previous studio teaching experience required. Primary instrument must be clarinet. Active professional performer preferred. Pay is $56/hour. Send a one-page resume and cover letter to Mr. Michael LaCava, Director of Performing Arts, at MusicLessons@wellesleyps.org. Please have supplementary materials available upon request.
NULL PT Wellesley Public Schools Wellesley MA Michael LaCava musiclesons@wellesleyps.org 2019-07-25 2019-07-06
1208 Saxophone Private Lesson Teacher The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesle... more
The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesley Public Schools is three-fold: To help students develop a life-long love of music and joyful confidence in music-making through high-quality instruction, to teach a body of core musical performance skills and techniques to a mastery level, through quality repertoire, and to prepare all students for entry into and successful participation in school ensembles, and to support continued participation in these from elementary through high school. Lessons are scheduled after school on weekday afternoons and evenings. All lessons must take place in Wellesley Public Schools' facilities. Initial commitment of 1-2 days per week preferred; schedule will be determined directly with students prior to the start of the semester. Bachelor's degree or higher in Performance or Music Education. Previous studio teaching experience required. Primary instrument must be saxophone. Active professional performer preferred. Pay is $56/hour. Send a one-page resume and cover letter to Mr. Michael LaCava, Director of Performing Arts, at MusicLessons@wellesleyps.org. Please have supplementary materials available upon request.
NULL PT Wellesley Public Schools Wellesley MA Michael LaCava musiclessons@wellesleyps.org 2019-07-25 2019-07-06
1207 Classical Voice Private Lesson Teacher The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesle... more
The mission of the Instrumental and Vocal Extension Program of the Wellesley Public Schools is three-fold: To help students develop a life-long love of music and joyful confidence in music-making through high-quality instruction, to teach a body of core musical performance skills and techniques to a mastery level, through quality repertoire, and to prepare all students for entry into and successful participation in school ensembles, and to support continued participation in these from elementary through high school. Lessons are scheduled after school on weekday afternoons and evenings. All lessons must take place in Wellesley Public Schools' facilities. Initial commitment of 1-2 days per week preferred; schedule will be determined directly with students prior to the start of the semester. Bachelor's degree or higher in Performance or Music Education. Previous studio teaching experience required. Primary instrument must be voice. Active professional performer preferred. Pay is $56/hour. Send a one-page resume and cover letter to Mr. Michael LaCava, Director of Performing Arts, at MusicLessons@wellesleyps.org. Please have supplementary materials available upon request.
NULL PT Wellesley Public Schools Wellesley MA Michael LaCava musiclessons@wellesleyps.org 2019-07-25 2019-07-06
1206 Danvers High School Band - Percussion Instructor The Danvers High School Falcon Band is seeking a Percussion Instructor for ... more
The Danvers High School Falcon Band is seeking a Percussion Instructor for the 2019-2020 season. The Danvers High Falcon Band is a well established program with a “Tradition of Excellence”. While the band is a non-competitive group, it performs at home football games, local parades and has traveled to prestigious events such as the Rose Bowl Parade, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and Pearl Harbour in Hawaii. The Fall rehearsal schedule is: Monday Nights 7:00pm-9:00pm (Percussion Only), Wednesday Nights 6:00pm-8:30pm (Full Band), Saturday Mornings (9:00am-12:00pm). Winter Percussion does not currently run, but interest in this is a plus. This is a stipended position. All interested applicants should submit a resume to jeffreydaniels@danvers.org. If you have a teaching video or a video of a recent group you have worked with, please send that as well.
NULL PT Danvers High School Danvers MA Jeffrey Daniels - Band Director jeffreydaniels@danvers.org 2019-07-31 2019-07-01
1205 Danvers High School Band - Color Guard Instructor The Danvers High School Falcon Band is seeking a Color Guard Instructor for... more
The Danvers High School Falcon Band is seeking a Color Guard Instructor for the 2019-2020 season. The Danvers High Falcon Band is a well established program with a “Tradition of Excellence”. While the band is a non-competitive group, it performs at home football games, local parades and has traveled to prestigious events such as the Rose Bowl Parade, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and Pearl Harbour in Hawaii. The Fall rehearsal schedule is: Monday Nights 6:00pm-8:00pm (Guard Only), Wednesday Nights 6:00pm-8:30pm (Full Band), Saturday Mornings (9:00am-12:00pm). Winter Guard does not currently run, but interest in this is a plus. This is a stipended position. All interested applicants should submit a resume to jeffreydaniels@danvers.org. If you have a teaching video or a video of a recent group you have worked with, please send that as well.
NULL PT Danvers High School Danvers MA Jeffrey Daniels - Band Director jeffreydaniels@danvers.org 2019-07-31 2019-07-01