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*Doane University: William Whipple (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, DMA-University of Iowa)
*University of South Carolina: Omar Roy (Instructor of Piano at University of Alabama, DMA-University of Oklahoma)
*University of South Carolina: Omar Roy (Instructor of Piano at University of Alabama, DMA-University of Oklahoma)
*Wake Forest University: Larry Weng (DMA–Yale University)
*Wake Forest University: Larry Weng (DMA–Yale University)
Revision as of 00:30, 10 June 2021
Searches for academic positions in Piano, Piano Pedagogy, and Collaborative Piano in 2020-21. This page is for jobs that begin in 2021.
- Piano 2019-20 (last year)
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- 1 Recent Activity on Piano Wiki 2020-21
- 2 Schools with Accepted Offers
- 3 Jobs for 2021
- 3.1 Alfred University: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Piano) (Deadline: 30 November 2020)
- 3.2 Barnard College: Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 20 April 2021)
- 3.3 Berklee College of Music: Assistant Chair of Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 25 May 2021)
- 3.4 Bethany College: Studio Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 01 June 2021)
- 3.5 Bradley University: Assistant Professor/Instructor in Residence of Music History and Piano (Non-Tenure-Track) (Deadline: 01 June 2021)
- 3.6 California State University, Stanislaus: Part-Time Lecturer in Music - Piano (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 25 May 2021)
- 3.7 Carroll University: Collaborative Artist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 21 May 2021)
- 3.8 Cedarville University Adjunct Professor of Piano (Deadline: 26 February 2021)
- 3.9 Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen: Academic Leader in Piano Studies (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 26 January 2021)
- 3.10 Clemson University: Choral and Vocal Accompanist (part-time) (Deadline: 13 May 2021)
- 3.11 Colorado Mesa University: Assistant Professor of Piano and Commercial Keyboard (Deadline: 05 February 2021)
- 3.12 Community College of Baltimore County: Music, Piano, Faculty - 10 month (Deadline: 18 December 2020)
- 3.13 Daytona State College: Piano Instructor and Accompanist - Adjunct (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 17 May 2021)
- 3.14 Doane University: Assistant Professor of Music (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 30 March 2021)
- 3.15 Drake University: Accompanist - 2055A3 (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 24 May 2021)
- 3.16 Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre: Lecturer of piano and chamber music (Deadline: 17 May 2021)
- 3.17 Florida International University: Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Jazz Piano (Deadline: 23 January 2021)
- 3.18 Fresno Pacific University: Adjunct Faculty in Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 08 June 2021)
- 3.19 George Fox University: Applied Piano and Vocal Accompanist (Adjunct) (Deadline: 15 May 2021)
- 3.20 Grande Prairie Regional College: Music Instructor (Piano) (Jan-Apr 2022) (Deadline: None listed, posted 01 June 2021)
- 3.21 Hardin-Simmons University: Adjunct Faculty - Class Piano Instructor (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 01 June 2021)
- 3.22 Hillsdale College: Artist/Teacher of Music - Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 08 March 2021)
- 3.23 Indiana University: Lecturer and Director of the Young Pianists Program (Deadline: 28 June 2021)
- 3.24 Indiana University: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music/Postdoctoral Resident Scholar (Chamber and Collaborative Music) - Collaborative Piano Vocal (Deadline: 15 January 2021)
- 3.25 Indiana University: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music and Postdoctoral Resident Scholar (Chamber and Collaborative Music) - Collaborative Piano Instrumental (Deadline: 15 January 2021)
- 3.26 Indiana Wesleyan University: Part-Time Staff Accompanist - Division of Music (Deadline: None listed, posted 14 May 2021)
- 3.27 Jefferson College: Adjunct Faculty: Music, Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 13 May 2021)
- 3.28 Judson College: Assistant Professor of Music: Piano & Theory (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 23 September 2020)
- 3.29 Knox College: Staff Accompanist and Piano Instructor (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 03 June 2021)
- 3.30 Lane College: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MUSIC - Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 03 May 2021)
- 3.31 Lee University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Piano (Deadline: 10 January 2021)
- 3.32 Lincoln University: Staff Accompanist (Deadline: None listed, posted 08 April 2021)
- 3.33 Longy School of Music at Bard College: Artist-Teacher of Collaborative Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 13 November 2020)
- 3.34 Memorial University of Newfoundland: Assistant Professor of Applied Piano (3 years) (Deadline: 26 March 2021)
- 3.35 Mercer University: Assistant/Associate Professor, Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 30 October 2020, but review begins 14 October)
- 3.36 Mercer University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Instrumental Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 28 March 2021)
- 3.37 Midland University: Pianist and Music Instructor (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 02 June 2021)
- 3.38 Millikin University: Assistant Professor - Applied Piano / Keyboard Area Coordinator (Deadline: 30 April 2021)
- 3.39 New England Conservatory: Piano Faculty (Deadline: 08 January 2021)
- 3.40 Northern Arizona University: Assistant Professor of Practice of Piano (Deadline: 29 March 2021)
- 3.41 Northwest Nazarene University: Director of Piano Studies (No deadline listed, posted 15 December 2020)
- 3.42 Oklahoma Baptist University: Assistant Professor of Music, Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 09 April 2021)
- 3.43 Palm Beach State College: Musician (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 17 May 2021)
- 3.44 Point University: Instructor of Piano and Music Theory (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 18 March 2021)
- 3.45 Queen's University: Keyboard Musicianship (1-year term position) (Deadline: 19 April 2021)
- 3.46 Saddleback College: Staff Accompanist (Deadline: 24 March 2021)
- 3.47 Sam Houston State University: Lecturer of Music (Artist in Residence) (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 10 May 2021)
- 3.48 Sam Houston State University: Specialist III - Piano Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 09 March 2021)
- 3.49 Samford University: Music Instructor (Piano) (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 23 February 2021
- 3.50 Shenandoah Conservatory: Assistant Professor of Piano (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 27 January 2021)
- 3.51 Shenandoah Conservatory: Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy & Performance (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 01 February 2021)
- 3.52 Skidmore College: Visiting Artist-in-Residence in Piano (Deadline: 25 April 2021)
- 3.53 Smith College: Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: 12 July 2021)
- 3.54 Stephen F. Austin State University: Assistant Professor of Music in Piano (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 06 April 2021)
- 3.55 Stephen F. Austin State University: Staff Accompanist (Deadline: 30 April 2021)
- 3.56 Sterling College: Music Faculty Position (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 09 March 2021)
- 3.57 Texas Tech University: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor of Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 30 April 2021)
- 3.58 Tianjin Juilliard School: Collaborative Piano Faculty, Instrumental Specialization (Deadline: No deadline listed, posting date unclear)
- 3.59 Triton College: Music Instructor, Adjunct (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 19 May 2021)
- 3.60 University of Alabama: Instructor of Piano (Deadline: 14 May 2021)
- 3.61 University of Alaska Fairbanks: Term Instructor of Piano (Deadline: 21 February 2021)
- 3.62 University of Arkansas-Fort Smith: Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: 26 March 2021)
- 3.63 University of Arkansas at Monticello: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music and Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 01 June 2021)
- 3.64 University of British Columbia: Music - Assistant Professor (Piano) (Deadline: 15 November 2020)
- 3.65 University of Calgary: Assistant Professor, School of Creative and Performing Arts, Piano (Deadline: 20 February 2021)
- 3.66 University of Georgia: Assistant Professor of Piano and African American Studies (Deadline: 01 March 2021)
- 3.67 University of Hartford: Tenure Track Associate Professor of Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 10 December 2020)
- 3.68 University of Kansas: Artist/Teacher of Piano - Assistant Professor (Deadline: 15 January 2021)
- 3.69 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth: Part-Time Lecturer – Music Theory, Piano, and Staff Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 16 March 2021)
- 3.70 University of Missouri-Kansas City: Assistant Teaching Professor of Vocal Coaching and Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 03 June 2021)
- 3.71 University of Mississippi: Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano, Temporary (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 18 March 2021)
- 3.72 University of Montana: Teacher of Applied Piano (part-time) (Deadline: 10 June 2021)
- 3.73 University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna: University Professor for Piano (Deadline: 31 March 2021)
- 3.74 University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna: Senior Lecturer for Piano (Deadline: 02 June 2021)
- 3.75 University of Nebraska at Kearney: Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: 12 April 2021)
- 3.76 University of North Carolina School of the Arts: Performing Artist (Deadline: 14 May 2021)
- 3.77 University of Northern Iowa: Instructor, Piano (Deadline: 16 February 2021)
- 3.78 University of Oklahoma: Assistant/Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy and Applied Piano (Deadline: 15 December 2020)
- 3.79 University of Prince Edward Island: Tenure Track Position - Applied Piano (Fall 2022) (Deadline: 15 September 2021)
- 3.80 University of Regina: Assistant Professor - Piano Performance (Deadline: 14 June 2021)
- 3.81 University of South Carolina: Assistant Professor, Piano and Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 16 September 2020)
- 3.82 University of Texas Rio Grande Valley: One Year Appointment Lecturer I – Applied Music (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 06 May 2021)
- 3.83 University of Virginia: Jazz Piano Adjunct Instructor (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 23 February 2021)
- 3.84 Wake Forest University: Assistant Professor, Piano Performance (Deadline: 15 November 2020)
- 3.85 Washington & Lee University: Assistant Professor of Music - Applied Piano (Deadline: 01 October 2020)
- 3.86 Webster University: Visiting Professor of Music/Director of Keyboard Studies (Deadline: 15 February 2021)
- 3.87 Western Carolina University: Assistant Professor - Piano and Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: 08 February 2021)
- 3.88 Wheaton College: Piano, Guest Lecturer (part-time) (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 01 March 2021)
- 3.89 York College of Pennsylvania: Adjunct Professor of Music - Piano (Deadline: 01 November 2020, but review begins immediately (posted 10/8/20)
- 4 Schools with Failed or Canceled Searches
- 5 General Discussion
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Schools with Accepted Offers
Format for this section:
University: Name (Current Position [if applicable], DMA-GRANTING INSTITUTION, and year, if known)
- Doane University: William Whipple (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, DMA-University of Iowa)
- University of South Carolina: Omar Roy (Instructor of Piano at University of Alabama, DMA-University of Oklahoma)
- Wake Forest University: Larry Weng (DMA–Yale University)
- Webster University: Melissa Coppola (DMA-University of Michigan, 2021)
Jobs for 2021
Alfred University: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Piano) (Deadline: 30 November 2020)
- The Music Department at Alfred University seeks to fill a full-time one-year appointment as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Music with a specialization in Piano for the 2021-22 academic year.
- The Music Department is a vital part of the Performing Arts Division which also includes Dance, Theater, and Performance Design and Technology. With a new Bachelor of Arts in Music as well as a music minor we are looking for a candidate who values innovation and a deep-seated interest for maximum student engagement. Our newly revitalized music program combines innovated courses including Queering the Pitch, World Music and Technology and Gaming with our theory, history, and applied music courses.
- All levels of Applied Piano Lessons and Carillon Lessons
- Accompanist for the University Chorus and Chamber Singers ensembles
- Accompanist for Beginning and Advanced Voice Classes
- Accompanist for Student Recitals and Faculty Recitals
- Teaching 10 credit hours per semester including all levels of Class Piano and other academic courses including those within the General Music Curriculum
- Doctoral degree in Piano Performance with significant experience as an artist, scholar and teacher.
- Experience in recruiting potential students and program development at the university level are necessary.
- To Apply Submit:
- Letter of interest
- Curriculum vitae
- Teaching philosophy that addresses diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Two sample syllabi
- Links to performances that are sharable
- Contact information (phone and email) for three references.
- Review of applications will begin November 3O, 2020 and will remain open until the position is filled.
- For further information about the position, contact Search Chair, Professor Lisa Lantz Lantz@alfred.edu
Barnard College: Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 20 April 2021)
- Job Function: To provide live accompaniment for dance technique classes
- Essential Duties Summary: Accompany dance classes
- Required Qualification Summary: High level musician with solid experience working in liberal arts, conservatory and/or professional dance company situation. Improvisation skills on piano and percussion desired. Good communication and collaboration skills necessary.
- Preferred Qualification Summary: Terminal Music degree or equivalent working experience
- Salary Range: $34/hr
- Open Date: 04/20/202
- Full or Part Time: Part Time
Berklee College of Music: Assistant Chair of Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 25 May 2021)
- Berklee College of Music is now accepting applications for the position of Assistant Chair of the Piano Department.
- The ideal candidate will be an experienced professional musician, experienced educator, curriculum developer and effective administrator, with a background of successful employment in a collegiate setting. Thorough understanding of all contemporary musical styles and national recognition as a musician are essential. The ideal candidate will also be forward thinking and possess a commitment to the education of our students. A Master’s degree or equivalent professional experience is required.
- The Assistant Chair will serve as an academic and administrative leader of the Department—working under the direction and supervision of the Chair. This is a 12-month administrative position with a renewable contract. Compensation is commensurate with rank and professional experience.
- RESPONSIBILITIES: Represent the Piano Department as an administrative leader on- and off-campus. Advance the student experience and the work of the Department, Performance Division, and College. Contribute to curriculum development, review, and management. Assist with faculty and staff hires, development, mentoring, and evaluation. Assist with the development of class schedules and teaching assignments for faculty. Advance Departmental goals. Assist with the management of Department budgets. Serve on Department, Division, and College committee. Assist with student advising. Facilitate Department-sponsored guest artists and events. Teach a minimum of one course per fall/spring semester. Maintain professional engagement. Work collaboratively, in unity with the Chair and Piano Department Staff. Other duties as assigned as specified by the Chair
- QUALIFICATIONS: Artist/teacher with established national/international reputation as a performer, educator and administrator. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Command of technology to support departmental and college-wide systems. Masters of Music or equivalent professional experience. An interest in working in a diverse workplace with a multicultural student body. A deep awareness of diversity, equity and inclusion issues and a dedication to continue to develop that knowledge and lead faculty and students towards the continuous goal of making Berklee a more inclusive institution.
- START DATE: The start date for the position is Fall 2021.
- SUBMISSION: Electronic applications only. Please submit the following application materials in PDF or Word format at berklee.edu/jobs. All materials should be uploaded to the Resume/Cover letter application section.
- Letter of Application
- A current resume or CV
- Names and contact information for at least three (3) references
- Links to websites or online resources with representative samples of your work
- Incomplete applications will not be considered. The position will remain open for applications until filled.
- Berklee is committed to increasing the diversity of the college community and the curriculum. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and to identify their strengths in this area.
Bethany College: Studio Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 01 June 2021)
- The studio accompanist position begins in August for fall 2021 term with possible continuation for spring 2022. This position accompanies student soloists as arranged for rehearsing, lessons, performance, and juries. Office space may be able to be provided if desired.
- The Bethany College Music Department has been accredited by NASM since 1935. The department has 5 full-time faculty members, 12 adjunct instructors, approximately 25 majors and over 60 music participants.
- Requirements: A degree in music is preferred. Preference given to those with background and experience in accompanying for vocal and instrumental students.
Bradley University: Assistant Professor/Instructor in Residence of Music History and Piano (Non-Tenure-Track) (Deadline: 01 June 2021)
- The NASM accredited Department of Music at Bradley University seeks a highly qualified and dynamic individual to teach Music History and Piano. Teaching assignments will include Music History I, II, III, IV, and Applied Piano. Additionally, the ability to teach Aural Skills in the theory sequence is strongly desired. Other teaching may be assigned based on the candidate’s skill set.
- This is a full-time non-tenure-track position beginning August 25, 2021.
- Responsibilities: Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Teach courses as assigned, which includes the four-course sequence in Music History and Applied Piano.
- Preference will be given to candidates who are qualified to teach Aural Skills.
- Perform as appropriate with University ensembles and for university events.
- Maintain regular office hours at times reasonably convenient to students.
- Serve as an advisor and mentor to students.
- Engage in meaningful and useful service that promotes department, college and university strategic goals and priorities, commensurate to rank.
- Develop and maintain strong links with music alumni and professional organizations.
- An appropriate master’s degree is required for appointment at the rank of Instructor in Residence.
- An appropriate terminal degree is required for appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor in Residence. Preference will be given to those with an appropriate terminal degree in a position-related field.
- Outstanding classroom teaching skills.
- Classroom teaching experience in a collegiate environment.
- Superior musical and interpersonal skills.
- The ability to teach Aural Skills in the theory sequence is strongly desired.
- Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
- Application materials are due June 1, 2021. Electronic submission is required. Qualified candidates should email all application materials to email@example.com in digital PDF format, including:
- Letter of application addressing qualifications for the position
- Curriculum vitae
- Evidence of successful teaching. Such evidence should include student evaluations, course syllabi, teaching philosophy, and videos of teaching
- Complete contact information, including email address, from five professional references
- Three letters of recommendation, sent directly from the reviewer to chairperson
- To ensure full consideration, application material should be received by June 1, 2021. Review of applications will continue until position is filled.
- Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2020-21
California State University, Stanislaus: Part-Time Lecturer in Music - Piano (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 25 May 2021)
- Lecturer in Music-Piano: The person appointed to this position will teach the applied piano studio, Basic Piano classes and Theory courses such as Form and Analysis. Other teaching areas may be assigned dependent upon qualifications of the candidate and needs of the department.
- MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experienced piano performer who possesses significant teaching and leadership skills. MA or MM in Music required, with demonstrated teaching proficiency relevant to the position.
- PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: DMA with demonstrated capacity to teach effectively in the identified subject area.
- HOW TO APPLY & DEADLINE: A complete application is required and must include a letter of intent specifically addressing the position description and qualifications; unofficial copies of college or university transcripts; a professional résumé, including the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references. Official transcripts will be required at the time of hire. Online application submissions are preferred and can include YouTube links or mp3 files. Screening of completed application files will begin immediately. The position will remain open until filled. Appointment begins August 18, 2021.
Carroll University: Collaborative Artist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 21 May 2021)
- Responsibilities: Perform accompaniment for choir rehearsals/concerts, wind symphony rehearsals/concerts, orchestra rehearsal/concerts, vocal and/or instrumental lessons, juries and recitals. Collaborate with Music Program for choir, wind symphony, orchestra, rehearsal, concert, jury/recital, Performance Lab and touring needs. Occasionally assist in making arrangements for musical activities and presentations/performances. (i.e. virtual lessons, recordings). Establish and maintain effective working and professional relationships with faculty, staff and students. Perform other duties as requested, delegated or assigned.
- Education and/or Experience: Advanced skills on respective instrument is required. Sight-reading skills required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. At least 5 years of experience in music as an accompanist, in an academic setting preferred.*
- Requirements: Please submit a cover letter and resume for this position along with this electronic application.
Cedarville University Adjunct Professor of Piano (Deadline: 26 February 2021)
- Cedarville University's music program will have an open adjunct position in piano for the 2021-2022 academic year. The adjunct will teach both majors and non-majors and will have the opportunity to prepare some students for public performances including degree recitals. The priority of the piano studios at Cedarville is to prepare students with practical, real-world skills such as teaching, sight-reading, accompanying, improvisation, and music making across multiple genres. Persons interested in the position should send a CV and a one-page cover letter addressing the priorities listed above as well as fit with CU's Christian mission to Dr. John Mortensen, Professor of Piano, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for consideration is February 26, 2021.
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen: Academic Leader in Piano Studies (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 26 January 2021)
- The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen is looking for candidates to take up academic leadership in various disciplines for its newly-established School of Music. They will lead an international teaching team to provide the highest level of teaching and professional practices in the designated disciplines. They are expected to work under the Dean to establish the School as one of the top music institutes internationally meanwhile creating a strong impact in the southern part of China in particular the Greater Bay Area.
- Academic Leader in Piano Studies
- set up the area of Piano Studies and develop the teaching content following the approved syllabus from undergraduate to postgraduate levels;
- lead and coordinate all full-time and part-time teachers from undergraduate to postgraduate levels;
- network regional and international community for the promotion of the area and the preparation for the professional development of graduates;
- plan and supervise activities such as concert performances and outreach programmes regionally and internationally.
- oversee the areas of organ and harpsichord studies.
- Qualification Requirements
- high international standing with a global vision and academic connections, management and administration experience in tertiary music institutes, well-recognized performance, and innovation, willingness to relocate to Shenzhen full time.
- The successful candidates for Positions A-E will demonstrate a high level of artistry in his/her own performance of classical musical genres. The successful candidate of Position F should be an international scholar and/or researcher in an academic area in music.
- These academic leaders will be appointed as a tenured professor.
- Salary & Benefits: Salary will be highly competitive and commensurate with experience and accomplishments. Appointments will be made under the establishment of CUHK-Shenzhen, and employee benefits will be provided according to the relevant labor laws of Mainland China as well as CUHK-Shenzhen regulations. Subsidies from various government-sponsored talent programmes will also be made available for eligible candidates.
- To apply: Please submit a current CV and a cover letter that specifically addresses how your background and experience align with the requirements, qualifications and responsibilities of the position addressing to the Planning Office for School of Music at email@example.com. All submissions will be kept in strict confidence.
- The position will remain open until filled.
Clemson University: Choral and Vocal Accompanist (part-time) (Deadline: 13 May 2021)
- Clemson University's Performing Arts Department is looking for a Choral and Vocal Accompanist to fulfill the following duties: Provide piano accompaniment as requested by the Director of Choral and Vocal Studies for the Department of Performing Arts. This will include accompanying all the choral ensembles and other duties as assigned.
- Education – Bachelor's Degree with an emphasis in music/piano.
- WORK SCHEDULE: Standard Hrs: 28; Expected Salary Range: ($ 18,000.00)
Colorado Mesa University: Assistant Professor of Piano and Commercial Keyboard (Deadline: 05 February 2021)
- SUMMARY: The Colorado Mesa University Department of Music seeks a coordinator of commercial music with experience as a commercial pianist/keyboardist for a full-time, tenure-track position to fulfill its mission to prepare musicians for the 21st Century. The standard teaching load is 12 credit hours per semester; courses may be assigned as in-person, on-line, hybrid, or via distance delivery modalities. Scholarship in the discipline, involvement with advising, and service to the department and profession are expected.
- ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Coordinate commercial music area
- Teach commercial piano/keyboard lessons.
- Coordinate other aspects of the piano/keyboard curriculum.
- Maintain an active schedule of creative/scholarly activities in a variety of genres including commercial and jazz styles and performing in faculty ensembles.
- Direct ensembles based on departmental need and candidate strengths.
- Recruit and retain a dynamic studio of future performers, educators, and entrepreneurs.
- Perform service for the department and institution.
- EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
- REQUIRED: Master’s degree in music, Significant private teaching experience, Varied and notable performance experience
- DESIRED: Experience with contemporary music technology for recording, composing, and live performance, Doctoral degree in music or commensurate professional experience, Ability to teach entrepreneurship skills, Evidence of strong program/studio building, Experience directing ensembles, Classical performing and teaching experience, Collaborative piano skills, Ability to teach courses in other areas of music according to candidate's skills.
- How to Apply: Applicants will be asked to complete an online application by creating a profile and then providing personal and demographic information. In addition, please be prepared to upload a:
- Cover letter
- Resume or CV
- Names and contact information for three professional references
- Links to performance videos
- Links to teaching videos
- Copy of transcripts for all degrees completed (if your transcripts include a social security number or birthdate, please redact that information before uploading the document. Official transcripts will be required upon hire)
- Provide three letters of recommendation: May be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note the candidates name in the subject line
- Position No. F00054
- Salary: 45,000.00 - 50,000.00. Commensurate with education and experience. Excellent health and retirement benefits package.
- Application Deadline: Open until filled. To ensure consideration, complete applications must be received by 2/5/2021.
Community College of Baltimore County: Music, Piano, Faculty - 10 month (Deadline: 18 December 2020)
- Job Type: Full-time
- Job Number: 2021-510
- Minimum Requirements: Master’s degree in Music, with piano specialty and experience in applied, classroom, and virtual instruction. Collaborative piano experience required. A minimum of two years of college-level and/or community music school or studio teaching. Evidence of excellence in musicianship and teaching; facility with music and classroom technology; administrative and/or leadership experience. Excellent English written and oral communication skills. CCBC is committed to equal opportunity and seek faculty who demonstrate the ability to function effectively within a diverse population.
- For best consideration please apply by December 18, 2020.
- Class Specific Essential Duties: Teach a full range of courses including, applied piano, class piano, and general education music classes; Lead the piano music faculty on the Essex campus; Schedule and oversee piano juries; Teach weekly piano repertoire class. Assist with accompaniment of students if staff pianist is unavailable. Play an active role in recruiting piano students in area high schools. Prepare, teach, and evaluate courses, and participate with program faculty in the development and management of courses, curricula, and academic policy, with a focus on student-centered learning; Reassigned duties, such as those of the concert manager, may be assigned. Continue to work in specialty/field; Participate in the life of the college through committee service and other activities.
- Full-time faculty are required to teach fifteen (15) credit hours per semester, maintain five office hours per week, and perform other duties as assigned.
- Interviewed Candidates in early February
Daytona State College: Piano Instructor and Accompanist - Adjunct (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 17 May 2021)
- Minimum Qualifications: A Master’s degree from an accredited institution in music required with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in music. Experience in accompanying both soloists and ensembles, as well as teaching applied and class piano at the collegiate level.
- Essential Functions/Duties: Accompany college choir and jazz choir in rehearsals and performances. Teach class piano and applied piano courses as assigned. Arrange and conduct weekly coaching sessions with applied voice students. Accompany applied students for master classes, recitals and juries. Accompany musical theater performances. Accompany students in college and community performances as needed.
- APPLICATION DEADLINE: This position is a part-time adjunct teaching position. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and will remain active for one full calendar year. Position start date is August 2021.
Doane University: Assistant Professor of Music (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 30 March 2021)
- Doane University's College of Arts and Sciences, a nationally recognized liberal arts and sciences university in Crete, Nebraska invites applications for a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor of Music beginning August 2021. Ph.D. preferred, advanced ABD considered. Responsibilities include teaching music theory and ear training, teaching piano lessons, and overseeing all piano instruction and accompanists in a thriving department. Other representative duties will include overseeing and organizing recital scheduling and attendance, attending and organizing weekly music seminars, administering the piano proficiency requirement for all of Doane's music majors, and accompanying scholarship auditions. The successful candidate will also become involved in the community of local piano teachers, and will be responsible for successfully recruiting pianists to the University. Multiple solo and collaborative performance opportunities are available at various departmental events. Doane is a residential, liberal arts university, and the music department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).
- Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in an active learning and teaching environment, value interdisciplinary studies, are committed to teaching to a diverse population of students, include students with different perspectives, and are responsive to student needs.
- Doane University actively works to create and sustain a welcoming learning community for all members to fulfill their potential, feel valued, and make meaningful contributions to the University. Doane University is an equal opportunity employer and seeks candidates who reflect the diversity of our society. In accordance with USCIS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to accept work in the United States. Doane is unable to sponsor applicants for work visas.
- Apply at www.doane.edu/jobs with a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a one-page statement of teaching philosophy, contact information for three references, and PDFs of transcripts of all graduate work. Official transcript of terminal degree or degree in progress will be required as a condition for employment. Applications will be reviewed immediately as they are received, and until the position is filled. For further inquiries on the position, please email email@example.com.
- Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2020-21
- From theory wiki: 5/14: Rejection received
Drake University: Accompanist - 2055A3 (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 24 May 2021)
- Accompanist - 2055A3
- Two part-time positions are available. Drake University invites applications for a collaborative pianist with the expertise to accompany both classical and musical theatre genres for the Voice Area in the Department of Music. This position begins August 30, 2021.
- The accompanist performs as collaborative pianist for voice lessons and rehearsals, studio classes, voice departmental recitals, performances for student degree recitals, and vocal juries. Additionally, the pianist may be requested to accompany for competitions, masterclasses, auditions, and provide recordings. The individual must demonstrate commitment to and record of successful technical/professional performing experiences with singers. Additional desirable assets include excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. This position is a part-time hourly position during fall and spring semesters. Hours are dependent upon the availability of the pianist as well as the studio needs of the voice faculty.
- Education Required: Bachelor's degree, 1-3 years work-related experience; Master of Music or professional work experience that demonstrates skill; and demonstrated experience in performing with classical singers. Strong work-related experience in lieu of education will be considered. Applicant materials to be submitted: Letter of interest, CV, contact information for three references, and links to several recordings of collaborative performances and videos preferred.
- Review of materials will begin immediately and will continue until a qualified candidate is hired. Final offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of background and reference checks.
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre: Lecturer of piano and chamber music (Deadline: 17 May 2021)
- Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre is recruiting for the following positions (from September 1, 2021):
- Professor of orchestral conducting (workload 0,5)
- Senior Lecturer of accompaniment and opera studies (workload 1,0)
- Senior Lecturer of oboe (workload 0,5)
- Lecturer of piano and chamber music (workload 1,0)
- All documents (including application, CV, documents proving the education and qualification) should be postmarked by May 17, 2021 and addressed to the Secretary of the Senate, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tatari 13, 10116 Tallinn, Estonia. The documents could also be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The applications must be signed by the applicant (by hand, electronically or scanned). For additional information please e-mail to email@example.com
- Please find the conditions and procedures for recruitment for academic positions at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre at https://eamt.ee/en/about/statutes-and-regulations/
Florida International University: Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Jazz Piano (Deadline: 23 January 2021)
- The FIU School of Music invites applicants for a fulltime, nine-month, tenure-earning Jazz Piano Assistant Professor.
- Minimum Qualifications: Master of Music (MM) degree is required. Applicant should be an outstanding and active professional jazz pianist with a strong record of teaching and performance. Capacity to participate in shared governance through service to the School, College and University. Evidence of success in promoting an environment that advances diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate of Music (DMA) degree. Distinguished record of achievement in the field at a national or international level. Teaching experience of 3 to 5 years beyond graduate assistantship at the university level. Ability to collaborate across disciplines in a Research I university. Demonstrated capacity for effective community engagement and recruitment at the collegiate level. Collegial attitude, strong organizational, management and communication skills
- Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate applied jazz piano and class jazz piano. Additional teaching responsibilities may include jazz composition, jazz arranging, jazz improvisation, jazz theory, jazz ear training, jazz history and ensembles. The successful candidate is expected to be an active and effective recruiter for the jazz performance program. The successful candidate will also maintain a regional and national profile within the profession and engage in scholarly, creative activity, and research. The salary will be commensurate with the candidate¿s qualifications and experience.
- How to apply: Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply to Job Opening ID 522716 at facultycareers.fiu.edu and attach the following documents:
- A Cover Letter
- Diversity Statement
- Statement of Research & Creative Activities
- Statement of Teaching Philosophy
- Statement of Service
- Statement of Recruiting Philosophy
- Curriculum Vitae: Candidates may also be asked to submit recordings of performances and/or teaching at a later date. Candidates will be requested to provide names and contact information for at least three references, which will be contacted as determined by the search committee. To receive full consideration, completed applications and required materials should be received by January 23, 2021. Review will continue until position is filled.
- Please direct questions to Jazz Piano search committee chair, Jim Hacker: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fresno Pacific University: Adjunct Faculty in Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 08 June 2021)
- The School of Humanities, Religion, and Social Sciences seek applications for an adjunct faculty to provide Piano Instruction to music majors and non-majors.
- Qualifications: Required: Master’s degree in Music with an emphasis in Piano Performance or Piano Pedagogy. Teaching experience in Music at the primary, secondary and/or college level. Strong commitment to teaching keyboard musicianship, keyboard repertoire and keyboard performance. Evidence of professional-level piano performance Experience in, or aptitude for, undergraduate-level teaching of piano majors/minors, piano proficiency students, and non-music majors. Ability to work with students, staff and faculty in a collegial environment. Commitment to the Christian faith and the university’s mission of Christ-centered teaching and learning, as well as involvement in a local church.
- Preferred: Terminal degree in Music or related field. College-level teaching experience. Ability to work effectively with a diverse student body as well as promote diversity
- Compensation: Dependent on qualifications and experience.
- Application: Send a letter of application, a completed adjunct faculty application (including personal statements), curriculum vita, three letters of reference (including one pastoral), transcripts or placement file to:
- Ron Herms, Ph.D.
- School of HRSS, Box 2301
- Fresno Pacific University
- 1717 S. Chestnut Avenue
- Fresno, CA 93702
- OR email email@example.com
George Fox University: Applied Piano and Vocal Accompanist (Adjunct) (Deadline: 15 May 2021)
- George Fox University announces an opening for Applied Piano & Vocal Accompanist, to begin August 15, 2021. The successful applicant will support our music department primarily through both contracted hours and course loading on a 9-month contract at the Adjunct Instructor rank.
- Responsibilities include: Accompaniment for choral ensembles in rehearsals and performance. Accompaniment for voice students, including recitals. Participation in Vocal Studio Class, every Wednesday from 4:30-5:20pm. Accompany vocal juries, and evaluate piano juries
- Responsibility may include, depending on the candidate's strengths: Teach 3 sections of Class Piano. Teach Applied Piano for music majors, minors, and non-majors. Accompany Music Theater classes. Teach Music Theory courses
- Qualifications. A master's degree in a relevant field of music. Collaborative piano experience. A commitment to working collaboratively with colleagues. A commitment to working with a diverse population of students and colleagues
- All applicants must express a personal commitment to Jesus Christ and express their Christian testimony in a local church. In addition, professors agree to live in agreement with the Community Lifestyle Statement and affirm the theological commitments expressed in the Statement of Faith.
- Candidates must have legal authority to permanently work in the U.S.
- Compensation: The successful applicant will receive a contract totaling 150 hours of accompaniment at an hourly rate of $35/hour. Applied lessons will be paid at the rate of $50/hour. Class load is paid at a rate commensurate with degree and experience. Preparatory time outside of contact hours is expected.
- For full consideration, please submit your materials by May 15, 2021.
- When completing the online application, please upload the following written documents in Word or .pdf formats, and the videos as links only (do not send video files) in the section marked Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, and Supplemental Materials:
- Letter of Interest
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Faith and learning essay
- Names and contacts for at least three references, including at least one person that you have previously accompanied
- Sample video of classical piano performance, under 10 minutes
- Sample video of a collaborative performance (vocal or instrumental), under 20 minutes.
- Other supporting materials may be requested at a later stage of the review process.
- Questions may be directed to: Dr. Dwayne Corbin, Chair of Performing Arts; firstname.lastname@example.org
Grande Prairie Regional College: Music Instructor (Piano) (Jan-Apr 2022) (Deadline: None listed, posted 01 June 2021)
- This sessional appointment will begin for the Winter term January 2022 and will complete April 30, 2022. The Winter term 2022 is planned for in-person instruction.
- The Role: Demonstrate proficiency in piano music instruction for the Department of Fine Arts. Deliver instruction using teaching strategies that promote learning and stimulates interest in the discipline. Use adult education techniques and integrate appropriate educational technology to enhance the learner experience. Prepare, administer, evaluate and rate tests and assignments, providing the students with prompt feedback and interpretation of the same. Ensure that scheduled class commitments are met. Maintain a presence in the place of work that is conducive to student consultation and developmental advising being available during and after scheduled class hours. Evaluate student progress and achievement through use of valid and effective measurement and feedback methods, and undertake responsibilities to provide a final assessment of students competence in the course.
- Job Requirements: The successful candidate will have a minimum qualification of a Master’s degree in piano performance, with evidence of teaching and professional performing experience. Expertise to teach applied music students majoring and minoring in piano, rudimentary theory and advanced harmony courses, and advanced aural and keyboard skills.
- Applied Piano courses: MU1250 Applied Music I, MU1220 Second Practical Subject I, MU1240 Applied Music I (reserved for Education majors), MU2250 Applied Music II, MU2510 Keyboard and Aural Skills II, MU2800 Introduction to the Study of Western Art Music History, MU1000 Rudiments of Music
Hardin-Simmons University: Adjunct Faculty - Class Piano Instructor (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 01 June 2021)
- TARGET HIRE DATE: Fall 2021
- HSU CHRISTIAN STANDARD REQUIREMENT FOR EMPLOYMENT – Candidate must profess a Christian Faith, maintain membership in a local congregation, and respect the values and distinctives central to the historically Baptist values of HSU.
- CONTACT INFORMATION: Chastity Jobe at email@example.com or 325-670-1201.
- SUMMARY/SCOPE: We are looking for a part-time, adjunct faculty member to teach piano to undergraduate students.
- ESSENTIAL DUTIES/BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach an undergraduate course in the School of Music. Demonstrate effective teaching strategies by planning and implementing a variety of teaching methods as well as assessment. Maintain accurate records and documents, submit timely reports, and be responsive to students. Records/documents include but are not limited to syllabi and grades.
- EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: At least 18 credit hours at the graduate level in Music or some other closely associated discipline is required. Teaching experience is preferred.
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This position is a part-time/temp adjunct position (no more than 29 hours per week) that involves teaching in-person classes on campus at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. Must be a resident of the state of Texas
Hillsdale College: Artist/Teacher of Music - Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 08 March 2021)
- The Music Department at Hillsdale College is seeking candidates for a full-time Artist/Teacher of Music in Collaborative Piano, beginning August 2021. Primary responsibilities will include collaborating with music department faculty in various performances, maintaining a private studio of undergraduate piano students, and organizing/assigning student accompanists. Other responsibilities may include accompanying one of the college choirs, playing for selected music students in recitals and auditions, and teaching courses in the candidate’s area of expertise.
- A master’s degree in either collaborative piano or piano performance is required; doctorate, or equivalent professional experience, preferred.
- The review of applications will begin on March 8, 2021, and will remain open until filled. Questions can be directed to Music Department Chair, Professor James A. Holleman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Application Instructions: Applications should be submitted via Interfolio.
- Applicants are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the Hillsdale College mission statement: https://www.hillsdale.edu/about/mission/. The applicant must provide a detailed response to the Mission Statement that includes a discussion of the candidate's ability to teach in light of the College’s commitments. A complete application will also include a letter that presents evidence of strong undergraduate teaching skills, as well as a curriculum vitae, three up-to-date letters of recommendation, and graduate transcripts.
Indiana University: Lecturer and Director of the Young Pianists Program (Deadline: 28 June 2021)
- The Jacobs School of Music seeks candidates for a full-time, non-tenure track position in piano. Pre-college responsibilities include developing and implementing an effective curriculum for all levels in the Young Pianists Program (serving students ages 5- to 18-years-old); teaching and/or overseeing all levels of pre-college piano instruction; appointing and supervising teachers for the Young Pianists Program; serving as the primary point of communication for parents and/or guardians of Young Pianists Program students; organizing end-of-semester recitals involving all Young Pianists Program students; marketing and promotion of the Young Pianists Program to facilitate ongoing satisfactory levels of recruitment to the program. Instructional responsibilities include directorship of the Piano Academy, with teaching/administrative assignments for this summer intensive.
- Secondary Piano program responsibilities include supervising and overseeing the implementation of the secondary piano curriculum at Jacobs. This includes developing and maintaining curriculum for the undergraduate and graduate courses in the program, including group courses and private lesson courses for music majors and for non-music majors, and also including non-major group courses which are part of the campus General Education curriculum; enrollment management and recruitment of non-music majors to participate in the General Education group piano courses; administration of keyboard proficiency requirements and examinations for most degree students, following proficiency requirements as identified by the departments of the school; supervising and evaluating placement of matriculating undergraduate and graduate students with respect to course curricula and proficiency requirements; management and upkeep of digital pianos and control systems in the School’s piano laboratories; training and supervision of graduate student Associate Instructors; assisting the department with the recruitment of Associate Instructors.
- Responsibilities may include teaching other classes in the piano department in areas of expertise, depending upon departmental need.
- Basic Qualifications: Doctoral degree in piano or related field is required at the time of appointment. Candidates should have significant knowledge of curriculum specific to the development of pre-college and non-major pianists. Candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to organize and execute administrative tasks for a very large population of instructors and students effectively and efficiently, with the ability to independently identify and implement appropriate solutions for policy-compliant student data management using appropriate technological tools. The successful candidate will be able to train students in a nurturing, supportive manner, while maintaining the high standards set by the Piano Department, and will be able to work collaboratively with the Piano Department faculty. It is preferred that candidates possess an understanding of, and experience with, the current music profession, and that they offer the training necessary for pre-professional success.
- Salary: Commensurate with experience.
- Rank: Lecturer, full-time, tenure-ineligible, twelve-month appointment renewable annually upon successful reappointment reviews.
- Special Instructions: A complete application consists of a letter of application and curriculum vitae, along with contact information for three professional references. A message with instructions about uploading letters of reference will be sent automatically to each of your reference providers upon the submission of your application. Please do not send audio/video files or other materials unless requested to do so.
- If you need assistance in completing your application, contact: Cecilia Bass, Assistant to the Executive Associate Dean, (812) 855-5541, email@example.com
Indiana University: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music/Postdoctoral Resident Scholar (Chamber and Collaborative Music) - Collaborative Piano Vocal (Deadline: 15 January 2021)
- The Jacobs School of Music seeks candidates with experience in a broad range of vocal repertoire for a two-year, full-time post-doctoral position as collaborative pianist for the academic years 2021-22 and 2022-23. Duties will be flexible, depending on the interests and areas of expertise of the candidate, but will include individual and duo coaching of both recital and operatic repertoire, preparing and performing with students, and coordinating projects with visiting artists. The successful candidate may teach a course in song literature during each semester of their appointment. Personal projects will result in public performances by the participants. This position is in the Chamber and Collaborative Music Department at the Jacobs School.
- Basic Qualifications: A completed doctorate in collaborative piano, or equivalent training in an academic institution outside the United States, is required at the time of appointment; consideration will be given to applicants with a doctoral degree in piano performance if they have extensive collaborative experience. Candidates must have completed their training or have received the doctorate from an institution other than Indiana University no later than August 1, 2021, but no earlier than five years prior to their appointment. Candidates should possess comprehensive knowledge of lyric diction and be proficient in basic Italian, German and French. The successful candidate will demonstrate evidence of artistic accomplishment and technical keyboard skills, fluency in sight-reading, ability to coach pianists and singers, a lively intellectual and musical curiosity, and good organizational skills.
- Salary and Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor. Salary will be $42,700 with an annual $2,000 research and travel budget, and eligibility for the health and retirement benefits available to all Indiana University full-time faculty.
- Special Instructions: A complete application consists of a letter of application, curriculum vitae (to include experience in coaching pianists and singers), a document no more than two pages in length describing the applicant’s research/creative professional development goals, a complete repertoire list (both vocal and instrumental), and Web links to a minimum of three high-quality video recordings of live performances with a variety of singers and repertoire. An email with instructions about uploading letters of reference will be sent automatically to each of the reference providers immediately after the application is submitted. If you require assistance in completing the application, contact Cecilia Bass at (812) 855-5541 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For Best Consideration Date: 01/15/2021
Indiana University: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music and Postdoctoral Resident Scholar (Chamber and Collaborative Music) - Collaborative Piano Instrumental (Deadline: 15 January 2021)
- The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music seeks a candidate for a full-time two-year post-doctoral position as collaborative pianist/coach with experience in a broad range of instrumental repertoire (strings, woodwinds, brass) for the academic years 2021-22 and 2022-23. Duties will be flexible, depending on the candidate’s interests and areas of expertise. Additionally, the position includes performing as collaborative partner with faculty, guest artists and students, and coaching collaborative projects involving piano students and their assigned partners. In the fall semester 2016, the Jacobs School of Music created a new Chamber and Collaborative Music Department, in which the post-doctoral position now resides. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the development of the activities in the new department.
- The search and screen committee may recommend the hiring of two candidates under this posting.
- Basic Qualifications: A completed doctorate in collaborative piano, or equivalent training in an academic institution outside the United States, is required at the time of appointment. Consideration will be given to applicants with a doctoral degree in piano performance if they have extensive collaborative experience. Candidates must have completed their training or have received the doctorate from an institution other than Indiana University preferably by May 31, 2021, but no later than August 1, 2021, and no earlier than five years prior to their appointment. The successful candidate will demonstrate evidence of artistic accomplishment and technical keyboard skills, fluency in sight-reading, ability to coach pianists in collaborative settings, a lively intellectual and musical curiosity and good organizational skills.
- Salary and Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor. Salary will be $42,700 with an annual $2000 research and travel budget. The position carries eligibility for the health and retirement benefits available to all Indiana University full-time faculty.
- Special Instructions: A complete application consists of a letter of application, curriculum vitae (to include experience in teaching/coaching collaborative activities), a document no more than two pages in length describing the applicant’s research-creative professional development goals, a complete list of instrumental collaborative repertoire, and Web links to a minimum of three high-quality video recordings of live performances with a variety of instrumentalists and repertoire. Applicants will be required to provide the name, title, email address and telephone contact for three professional references. An email message with instructions about uploading letters of reference will be sent automatically to each of your reference providers immediately after submitting the application. If assistance is needed in completing the application, contact Cecilia Bass at (812) 855-5541 or email@example.com.
- For Best Consideration Date: 01/15/2021
Indiana Wesleyan University: Part-Time Staff Accompanist - Division of Music (Deadline: None listed, posted 14 May 2021)
- The staff accompanist is responsible for accompaniment music for weekly lessons, rehearsals, recitals, musical/opera production, choral and other departmental functions.
- Education Requirements: Bachelor's degree in piano performance required; Master's degree preferred
- Duties and Responsibilities: Accompanying weekly lessons and rehearsal for upper level music students. Accompanying senior recitals, YPS, Upper Division, Juries, Departmental recitals and freshman auditions. Accompanying rehearsals for any musical or opera production. Playing for choral or any other ensemble groups, when necessary. Working in cooperation with the accompanist Coordinator of the school.
- Qualifications: According to Indiana Wesleyan University employment policy all employees must possess a strong Christian commitment and adhere to the standards outlined in the IWU Community Lifestyle Statement. Must have excellent sight-reading ability and experience in collaborative piano. This part-time role will not exceed 25 hours per week including the rehearsal time
Jefferson College: Adjunct Faculty: Music, Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 13 May 2021)
- Desired Start Date: 08/23/2021
- Responsibilities: Teach individual lessons in Piano and Piano classes.
- Qualifications: Master’s degree in subject area with a minimum of 18 graduate level semester hours in field.
- Salary or Wage: Pay based on student enrollment.
- Required Documents: Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter, Unofficial Transcripts
- Offline applications will not be accepted.
Judson College: Assistant Professor of Music: Piano & Theory (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 23 September 2020)
- Job Summary: The Assistant Professor of Music: Piano & Theory will teach a full-time academic load. Courses taught will depend on departmental need each semester, as well as the applicant’s experience and expertise, and are likely to include:
- Theory Courses:
- (MUS100) if needed—3 hours
- MUS101 Theory I—3 hours
- MUS102 Theory II—3 hours
- MUS103 Sight-Singing I—1 hour
- MUS104 Sight-Singing II—1 hour
- MUS201 Theory III—3 hours
- MUS202 Theory IV—3 hours
- MUS203 Sight-Singing III—1 hour
- MUS204 Sight-Singing IV—1 hour
- MUS300 Form & Analysis—3 hours
- Piano Courses:
- MUS141 through MUS144 (1 hour each) Class piano sequence
- MUS097 Piano Seminar—1 hour
- MUS402 Keyboard Pedagogy—2 hours
- MUS404 Keyboard Literature—2 hours
- Applied piano lessons to majors, minors,& non-majors(variable credit)
- Other duties will include: Advise undergraduate students within the major. Promote and mentor undergraduate student research. Contribute professionally to the faculty, college, and community by keeping scheduled office hours, serving on college committees, and attending commencement and other college faculty activities. Participate in professional associations related to these fields of music, such as MTNA and SMT. Maintain collaborative relationships with school and local studio music educators for recruiting and service purposes and may engage in teaching lessons through the Community Music School program.
- Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in with a minimum of 18 hours of graduate coursework in piano. Ideally, the candidate will have a minimum of three years of successful music teaching experience, preferably at the collegiate level. A DMA is preferred.
- Application Procedure: To be considered, applicants should submit the following four documents: a CV with a list of three references; graduate transcript(s); a philosophy of teaching statement; and a cover letter, describing their qualifications for the position, their appreciation for the College’s mission, and a description of the way in which their faith animates their scholarship, teaching, and mentoring of students.
- Please submit the aforementioned documents as e-mailed attachments to the following:
- Stacey G. Parham, Ph.D.
- Vice President, Academic Affairs
- Judson College
- 302 Bibb Street
- Marion, AL 36756
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Application Deadline: Review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
- Expectation and Condition of Employment: Founded in 1838, Judson College, a woman’s college affiliated with the Alabama Baptist Convention, employs faculty who profess faith in Jesus Christ and who are dedicated to teaching and service as they model the principles of the Christian faith. Candidates considering the application process should have a serious Christian commitment that is reflected in their scholarship, teaching, and mentoring of undergraduate students. Furthermore, faculty will lead lives of service through active involvement in Christian activities both on campus and through their local church. Faculty are expected to embrace the Mission Statement and Core Values of the College and to support the three commitments shared by all CCCU institutions.
Knox College: Staff Accompanist and Piano Instructor (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 03 June 2021)
- Knox College invites applications for the full-time, 10-month position of Staff Accompanist and Piano Instructor, responsible for accompanying the Knox College Choir and Chamber Singers, private lessons, studio classes and recitals and teaching approximately 12 private piano students. This position reports to the Chair of the Music Department and works closely with the Director of Choral Activities.
- Essential Duties: Ensemble Accompaniment, including work with the Knox College Choir, Chamber Singers, and support for retreats, concerts, and events. Studio Accompaniment, including in-lesson accompaniment, studio classes, recital rehearsals and recitals. Private Studio Instruction, providing piano lessons for approximately 12 students per academic term. Participation in departmental accompanying administration including scheduling and coordination of events.
- Required Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts in Music, Bachelor of Music or a bachelor’s degree in a closely related field
- Preferred Qualifications: Master of Music degree
- In addition, the successful candidate will: Possess professional accompaniment experience, with preference given to candidates with choral or other ensemble accompaniment experience, and outstanding collaborative piano skills; demonstrate excellence in private studio instruction for students at all levels; possess skills of communication and cultural competence to be effective serving the needs of a diverse community
- Application: To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume including contact information for three references, and complete the Knox College Employment Application at https://knoxhr.bamboohr.com/jobs/. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Finalists will be subject to a background check.
Lane College: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MUSIC - Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 03 May 2021)
- Position: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MUSIC - Piano
- Core Responsibilities: The Lane College Music Department is seeking a faculty member in piano with vocal training and experience. The successful candidate will bring strong scholarship, teaching, and professionalism to the working of the department. Teaching includes Applied and Class Piano courses, Class Voice, Music Theory sequence and upper-level Theory courses, as well as General Core survey courses. Additional responsibilities include accompanying, student advisement, and program development. Training and experience in music business related field is a desirable advantage.
- Teach 4-5 classes (12-15) hours each semester.
- Academic advising.
- Active contributions to the development of the music curriculum and participation in departmental meetings, juries, recitals, and activities.
- Participating in departmental, divisional, and institutional functions and events
- Strong supervisory and leadership skills to manage and control the classroom.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the proven ability to maintain professionalism and tact in high-stress situations.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Commitment to creating an inclusive learning environment for a diverse student body.
- Qualifications and Experience:
- Masters Degree in Music (MM, ME, or MME). Doctorate preferred.
- K-12 experience as well as experience at small Liberal College and/or HBCU a plus
- The ideal candidate will have familiarity with Blackboard Ultra, hybrid courses, and the ability to utilize innovative modalities for delivering course content.
- The ability to design lessons that teach curriculum in an engaging manner, applying various teaching methods, lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and individual or collaborative projects and research.
- Evidence of outstanding formal teaching or teaching potential is essential.
- Some walking, climbing stairs, sitting, and standing for long period of time.
- Ability to lift 10lbs. 1% of the time.
- Some nights and weekends may be required.
Lee University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Piano (Deadline: 10 January 2021)
- The Lee University School of Music invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track position in piano, starting August 2021. We seek a dynamic applied and classroom teacher who is committed to liberal arts education in a Christian environment. To be considered for a position at the level of Assistant Professor or higher, candidates must have an earned doctorate in music or equivalent professional experience. Candidates holding an appropriate master’s degree may be considered for a position in our non-tenure, lecturer track.
- Qualifications of the ideal candidate include the following: an earned doctorate in piano performance or equivalent professional experience, a record of successful teaching of undergraduate and graduate students of varying backgrounds and interests, excellent performance and communication skills, as well as active involvement in appropriate professional organizations. Candidates must have a commitment to Christian higher education and the integration of faith with teaching/learning.
- Preference will be given to applicants with international recognition as a performing pianist and who demonstrate interest in and potential to recruit talented students to study piano at Lee University.
- Responsibilities include teaching a studio of undergraduate and graduate pianists and may include classroom teaching in a related area, dependent on the candidate’s qualifications. Additional duties include scholarly activities appropriate to teaching faculty, mentoring and advising students as assigned, university and/or community service, and working cooperatively with other members of the faculty.
- Minority applicants are encouraged to apply. Salary and rank are based on qualifications and experience.
- To help us evaluate your potential as a member of our university faculty, applicants should forward the following via email to Debby Bell (email@example.com): (1) a letter of intent, (2) a current curriculum vita, (3) access to video recording of recent performances, (4) a statement of Christian faith regarding your religious conversion and Christian commitment, (5) contact information for at least three references. Letters of recommendation will be requested directly; please do not include them with application materials.
- Review of applications will begin January 11, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.
- More info requested 2/7/21.
- Zoom interview requested 2/27/21.
- positioned offered to a finalist
Lincoln University: Staff Accompanist (Deadline: None listed, posted 08 April 2021)
- This full time staff position is needed to serve the needs of a growing Performing Arts Program at Lincoln University. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable concerning methods and technique of piano accompaniment with musical theater, opera and choral performances.
- ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: The primary responsibility will be accompanying the Lincoln University Concert Choir in both rehearsal and performance, as well as rehearsal and performance of “Schola Cantorum”* and Male Glee Club. The Lincoln University Choirs perform 30 to 40 concerts annually at churches, festivals, recruitment trips, nursing homes, convocations and graduation ceremonies. Some trips and tours require weekend participation.
- Related duties will include accompanying student juries. It is expected that the accompanist has the ability to transpose vocal scores, and sight read multiple styles of music such as popular, theatrical, opera, classical and contemporary scores. The Staff Accompanist must possess the ability to follow the direction of the conductor and the ability to maintain cooperative working relationship with students, faculty and staff. Schola Cantorum a choir that studies and performs music from early periods such as Middle Ages and Renaissance eras
- EDUCATION: B.M. in Piano Performance or accompanying. Master’s degree preferred.
- EXPERIENCE: A record of successful experience in accompanying collegiate-level and professional musicians.
- APPLICATION PROCEDURE: The following materials constitute a complete application packet: (1) letter of application which discusses the candidate’s qualifications and particular suitability for the position; (2) a detailed and updated curriculum vitae; (3) three current professional letters of reference; and (4) both undergraduate and graduate transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable at this time).
Longy School of Music at Bard College: Artist-Teacher of Collaborative Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 13 November 2020)
- Longy School of Music of Bard College seeks applications for an artist-teacher in collaborative piano who specializes in diverse and eclectic popular styles including Broadway, Opera, Vocal Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, Gospel, Dance Class Accompaniment, Acapella and Choir prep, and other varied genres. The position will entail working and collaborating directly with students and faculty, and facilitating student accompanying assignments pertaining to these diverse genres. The ideal candidate demonstrates fluency and skills in the areas reading score, charts, playing by ear, and transposition, with a proven track record of working as a vocal coach and collaborator.
- Date of appointment: Fall 2021
- Job Responsibilities
- Lead a class in collaborative piano skills focused on diverse genres
- Enthusiastically recruit high level undergraduate- and graduate-level piano students to Longy
- Provide weekly, hour-long private lessons to undergraduate- and graduate-level pre-professional musicians in Jazz and Contemporary Music, Master of Music in Music Education, and Collaborative Piano departments
- Work as a collaborative pianist for Vocal Studies Department classes such as: Versatile Vocalist; From Broadway to Boston: How to Sing Musical Theater Songs; How to Create and Perform a Solo Play; Voices of Zion (Spirituals Ensemble)
- Attend and provide professional feedback on undergraduate and graduate student admission auditions, student juries, dress rehearsals, and recitals
- Provide recommendations and support to students seeking to pursue graduate or doctoral study
- Counsel students on performance and teaching job opportunities and summer programs post-graduation
- Creatively incorporate elements of the Longy mission, “to prepare musicians to make a difference in the world”, into private lesson delivery
- Participate in large school events including new student orientation, commencement, full faculty meetings, and departmental meetings
- Enthusiastically take steps to raise the profile of the Longy conservatory and its Collaborative Piano department
- Evaluate and grade the performance of your private lesson and classroom students, according to the grading standards of the Longy Conservatory
- Provide ongoing assessment of student progress and development and take steps to accommodate the needs of students with individual learning styles
- Provide curricular recommendations to conservatory advisors about failing students
- Communicate with Longy advisors about students who are struggling emotionally
- Qualifications: Qualified candidates will possess an outstanding record as a teacher and performer, with a strong national or international reputation. An advanced degree in piano or demonstrated equivalent is required. Candidates with a minimum of three years of teaching in higher education are preferred.
- To Apply: Interested candidates complete online application via ADP, should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and phone numbers of three references addressed to Jeremy Van Buskirk, Assistant Dean
- 4/17 Is this the one they just announced? Appointments of Gilles Vonsattel and Terrence Wilson?
Memorial University of Newfoundland: Assistant Professor of Applied Piano (3 years) (Deadline: 26 March 2021)
- The School of Music at Memorial University of Newfoundland seeks to fill a 3-year Teaching Term appointment in Applied Piano at the rank of Assistant Professor, effective September 1, 2021.
- We seek an artist with a national or international profile. Teaching duties will include undergraduate and graduate instruction in applied piano, piano pedagogy, and chamber music coaching. Other teaching duties, in keeping with the successful applicant’s experience, may be required. This position is subject to budgetary approval.
- Qualified candidates will hold, or be close to completion of a doctoral degree (normally a DMA) in piano performance and/or piano pedagogy, or hold a master’s degree in piano performance and/or piano pedagogy with substantial commensurate professional experience at national and international levels. The successful applicant will have demonstrated excellence in creative-scholarly activity, including national or international performing and recording experience (where possible, we strongly encourage the inclusion of recent, live performance video) and a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching at the university level.
- Salary for this position is dependent on qualifications and experience in accordance with the terms of the Collective Agreement (https://www.mun.ca/facultyrelations/academic/asm/Final_MUN-MUNFA_CA_2019.pdf)
- To apply, candidates must submit the following:
- i.Letter of application
- ii.Full curriculum vitae
- iii.Evidence of successful teaching
- iv.Examples of creative-scholarly work, including recent audio and/or video recordings
- v.A statement describing commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion including evidence of the integration of EDI principles in teaching
- vi.Names and contact information for three referees
- vii.Academic transcript for the highest degree earned
- Additional materials and references may be requested by the search committee at a later date.
- Wherever possible, submissions should be made digitally. All application materials must be received by March 26, 2021.
- Applications should be sent to: Dr. Ian Sutherland, Dean School of Music Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John’s, NL A1C5S7 Canadamusicdean@mun.ca
- State Reference Number: MUSI-2021-001
- Memorial University is committed to employment equity and diversity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates, including women; people of any sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; Indigenous peoples; visible minorities, and racialized people; and people with disabilities. As part of Memorial University’s commitment to employment equity, all applicants are invited to identify themselves as a member of a target group(s) as appropriate. Applicants cannot be considered as a member of a target group(s) unless they complete an employment equity survey. If you do not receive a survey or have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian Citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
Mercer University: Assistant/Associate Professor, Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 30 October 2020, but review begins 14 October)
- Assistant/Associate Professor of Collaborative Piano
- The Townsend School of Music at Mercer University seeks a specialist in the area of vocal collaborative piano. Responsibilities will include providing collaborative piano and coaching to singers in support of their private study and performance activities on campus and on departmental/degree recitals, juries, auditions, and competitions as well as classes in applied collaborative piano and collaborative piano vocal literature. Additional duties may include collaboration with guest artists as well as teaching aural skills and accompanying select choral ensembles.
- Qualifications. Master’s degree in a music-related field from an accredited college/university is required. An earned doctorate in a related field is preferred.
- The successful candidate must have: outstanding playing ability, musicianship, sight-reading, and musical collaboration skills; strong organizational skills; vocal coaching experience in Art Song and Opera; fluent knowledge of the standard vocal solo repertoire; ability to recruit students at the undergraduate and graduate level; success in teaching undergraduate aural skills; ability to work well with others.
- Required Documents: CV, Cover Letter, Statement of Teaching Philosophy, References
- Special Instructions to Applicants: Candidates should complete the brief online application and attach a CV, Cover Letter, Statement of Teaching Philosophy, and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin October 14, 2020, and will continue until October 30, 2020.
Mercer University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Instrumental Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 28 March 2021)
- The Townsend School of Music at Mercer University seeks a specialist in the area of instrumental collaborative piano. Responsibilities will include providing collaborative piano and coaching to instrumentalists in the Robert McDuffie Center for Strings in support of their private study and performance activities on campus and on departmental/degree recitals, juries, auditions, and competitions as well as classes in applied collaborative piano and collaborative piano instrumental literature. Additional duties may include collaboration with guest artists as well as teaching private collaborative piano and aural skills.
- Qualifications: A minimum of a Master’s degree in a music-related field from an accredited college/university is required. The successful candidate must have: outstanding playing ability, musicianship, sight-reading, and musical collaboration skills, strong organizational skills; string coaching experience; fluent knowledge of string literature; ability to recruit students at the undergraduate and graduate level; success in private teaching; ability to work well with others.
- Candidates should complete the brief online application and attach a CV, Cover Letter, Statement of Teaching Philosophy, and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin March 29, 2021, and will continue until April 5, 2021.
- Offer made and accepted.
Midland University: Pianist and Music Instructor (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 02 June 2021)
- Midland University, a private, liberal arts university in Fremont, Nebraska (just outside of metro Omaha), is seeking a full-time Pianist and Music Instructor to begin Fall 2021.
- Teaching Duties: Courses include Piano Proficiency, Applied Piano, Music Theory, Aural Skills and/or other courses as needed.
- Collaborative Duties: Serve as accompanist for Midland University Choir. Rehearse with and accompany vocalists and instrumentalists in studio classes, recitals, and juries. Serve as an accompanist for one musical theatre production/year. Serve as pianist for other performances and events on occasion. Travel with University Choir for Choir Tour.
- Other Duties: Coordinate Piano Inventory and Maintenance. Assist with scheduling and coordination of student recitals and juries
- Minimum Qualifications: Master's Degree in related field. Technical and musical mastery of the keyboard. Strong sight-reading skills. Ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse range of musicians
- Preferred Qualifications: Three years of teaching experience
Millikin University: Assistant Professor - Applied Piano / Keyboard Area Coordinator (Deadline: 30 April 2021)
- MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music–Piano. Completed doctorate required. Exceptional artistry in solo piano performance, documented history of professional engagement, evidence of successful undergraduate teaching, and ability to recruit and retain piano students are essential.
- Primary responsibilities include: teaching applied piano and piano literature, coordinating keyboard area, supervising piano performance curriculum, and academic advising. Additional teaching responsibilities commensurate with qualifications and needs of the School of Music. Applicants with secondary area(s) of expertise in music will be given strong consideration.
- We believe historically underrepresented racial, ethnic, and gender identities must be centered in our work as teachers, artists, and scholars. Therefore, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities. Additional expectations include strong interpersonal skills, demonstrated vision for the keyboard area, university service in the form of faculty governance, and involvement within the campus community. Commitment to academic advising, entrepreneurship, and community outreach initiatives are highly valued. Position begins August 2021.
- Millikin University School of Music has been NASM accredited since 1934, with a vibrant community of 50 faculty and 200 students, offering B.M. degrees in Performance, Music Education, Commercial Music, and Music Business, as well as a B.A. degree in Music. The School of Music’s curriculum embraces the interdisciplinarity of diverse musical and academic experiences. The School of Music is designated as an “All Steinway School.” A Millikin education is characterized by Performance Learning — a unique approach to learning that challenges students to engage with third party stakeholders in the performance of their academic discipline. Students apply their learning to professional experiences both in Decatur and around the world. Millikin University’s mission is to deliver on the promise of education, preparing students for professional success, democratic citizenship in a global environment, and a personal life of meaning and value.
- To receive full consideration, please submit:
- letter of application
- statement of teaching philosophy
- curriculum vitae
- names and contact information of at least three professional references
- a video recording of recent performances (as link)
- Candidates should be prepared to submit additional materials upon request.
- Review of applications will begin April 30, 2021 and continue until position is filled. Offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of background check. Millikin University is an equal opportunity employer. Beyond meeting fully its legal obligations for non-discrimination, Millikin University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where members from all backgrounds can live, learn, and thrive. Millikin offers a competitive salary and full benefit package.
New England Conservatory: Piano Faculty (Deadline: 08 January 2021)
- NEC is seeking a dynamic, versatile and collegial artist-teacher to teach piano the Piano Department. This is a full-time faculty assignment, which represents a commitment of 12-16 scheduled teaching hours per week. However, given the unpredictability of enrollment for the coming academic year, the appointment may be part-time in the 1st year and full-time in the 2nd year. We will confirm details during the latter portion of the search process. The priority deadline for submission of application materials is January 8, 2020.
- Teach studio lessons to both graduate and undergraduate students
- Attend and participate in admissions auditions and end-of-year promotionals (performance examinations)
- Comply with curriculum and pedagogical standards set by Department Chair and NEC's administration
- Actively recruit during the admissions process
- Participate in faculty trainings and departmental meetings
- Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.
- Minimum of 5-8 years of demonstrated success in teaching at the collegiate level
- Active performing career with a high-level profile
- Ability to attend auditions, promotionals, and department meetings as needed
- Ability to communicate effectively with students, other faculty, and staff
- 4/8 Rejection email sent.
Northern Arizona University: Assistant Professor of Practice of Piano (Deadline: 29 March 2021)
- Assistant Professor of Practice; full-time, non-tenure-eligible; 9-month appointment. Attractive benefits package. This full-time, benefit-eligible appointment is renewable, subject to performance, funding, and departmental needs. Duties begin August 16, 2021.
- The NAU School of Music seeks a dynamic, creative, collaborative, and dedicated teacher of piano to serve as a non-tenure-eligible Assistant Professor of Practice. The assignment includes teaching private piano lessons, weekly piano studio classes, accompanying student recitalists, and performing on faculty recitals. Candidates should be capable of teaching and performing in both classical and jazz styles. Active and sustained recruiting is required.
- Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in piano performance or related field. Three years of performance experience within the professional or academic setting. Three years of successful teaching in a private studio and/or at the university level.
- Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate in piano or related field. Experience accompanying vocalists and instruments. Ability to perform and teach classical and jazz piano. Evidence of potential for continued scholarly/creative contributions to the profession. Demonstrated commitment to and/or success in working with diverse populations on campus and in the community. Demonstrated success recruiting at the collegiate level.
- How to Apply: To apply for this position, please click on the "Apply" button at the end of the job description if viewing this position through the NAU HR website. Otherwise, to view the original post and to apply, proceed to nau.jobs, follow the 'Faculty and Administrator Openings' link, locate vacancy 605233, and then "Apply" at the bottom of the page.
- Application must include a single attachment that contains: 1) letter of application, 2) curriculum vitae including contact information (mailing address, phone number, and email address) for five references, 3) statement of teaching philosophy, and 4) official or unofficial transcripts of the last degree earned or in progress.
- In addition to the above materials, applicants are required to submit sample videos (or links) of recent performances as a classical and jazz pianist.
- Piano Search Committee
- Northern Arizona University School of Music
- 1115 S. Knoles Drive, Box 6040
- Flagstaff, AZ 86011
- OR email@example.com
- Submission Deadline: This vacancy will be open until filled or closed. Review of applications will begin on March 29, 2021.
- Salary: $52,000
- Benefits: This is a Faculty (FAC) position. NAU offers an excellent benefit package including generous health, dental and vision insurance; participation in the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) or the Optional Retirement Program (ORP); sick leave accruals and 10 holidays per year; and tuition reduction for employees and qualified family members. More information on benefits at NAU is available at the NAU HR benefits page.
- NAU will not provide any U.S. immigration support or sponsorship for this position.
- Zoom interview-May 7
Northwest Nazarene University: Director of Piano Studies (No deadline listed, posted 15 December 2020)
- The Director of Piano Studies is a full-time, nine-month tenure-track position. Teaching duties include applied piano, piano pedagogy, and accompanying to undergraduate students; additional teaching duties determined by needs of the department and candidate's strengths.
- Position Responsibilities and Goals
- Teach applied piano and other piano related activities within the department.
- Engage in recruiting a quality studio of undergraduate pianists.
- Develop relationships with local piano organizations to continue an active collaboration with the community.
- Oversee and help maintain a robust inventory of pianos throughout the NNU campus through coordination with the piano technician and the Chair of Music.
- Foster a thriving concert culture through organization of guest recitals and maintaining a national performance/research profile.
- Attend and adjudicate all end-of-semester keyboard juries. Track student progress from semester to semester, with regard to technique and repertoire.
- Teach other courses as needed for the music major based on candidate’s experience and strengths.
- Qualifications: We seek a creative, passionate, dynamic, and inspiring teacher and colleague to join our faculty at NNU. The successful applicant will have demonstrated performance and teaching experience along with the ability to recruit and build an outstanding studio. The University requires that all candidates have a Christian perspective (preferably in the Wesleyan tradition), and must be comfortable with and in agreement with the mission and lifestyle values of NNU.
- Required: Master’s degree in piano, collaborative piano, or piano pedagogy with evidence of professional experience.
- Preferred: DMA and at least five years of teaching experience in higher education; established performance profile, and evidence of establishing a robust studio.
- For more info, contact: Dr. Philip Miller, Chair (208) 467-8506, firstname.lastname@example.org and visit our website music.nnu.edu.
- Application Process: To be considered for this position, a complete application packet must be received. Complete application packet will include the following:
- Letter of interest
- NNU application
- Letter of reference from current pastor
- Two current letters of recommendation from professional associates
- For Faculty positions, also include:
- Statement describing your philosophy of Christian higher education
- Statement describing your philosophy of teaching
- Send, fax or email a complete application packet to: Human Resources Office, Northwest Nazarene University, 623 S. University Boulevard, Nampa, ID 83686, Phone: (208) 467-8036, Fax: (208) 467-8587, Email: email@example.com
Oklahoma Baptist University: Assistant Professor of Music, Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 09 April 2021)
- Oklahoma Baptist University has an exciting opportunity for an experienced and highly motivated pianist-educator. The successful candidate will enhance the work of the Division of Music through the effective recruitment of talented undergraduate piano students, strong private and classroom teaching, and collaborative service to the School of Visual and Performing Arts and Oklahoma Baptist University.
- Essential Functions:
- Recruit and teach undergraduate, piano majors
- Direct and manage all aspects of the Piano Pedagogy program
- Develop a private piano studio
- Coordinate and contribute to the training and supervision of students pursuing a career related to piano performance and/or piano pedagogy
- Assist with securing and supervising part-time keyboard instructors
- Teach additional undergraduate music and/or fine arts courses according to expertise and the needs of the School of Visual and Performing Arts
- Teach undergraduate music majors whose principle applied area is not keyboard
- Teach undergraduate elective piano students
- Other Duties:
- Oversee inventory and maintenance of the Piano Pedagogy Resource Center
- Foster a high level of excellence and the overall good reputation of piano program
- Develop relationships with pre-undergraduate state and regional piano teachers as both a service to their students as well as recruitment for the School of Visual and Performing Arts
- Demonstrate personal musical and academic excellence through activities such as solo and chamber music recitals, adjudication, conference presentations, and research publications
- Attend appropriate state and national conferences as beneficial both to professional development and to the School of Visual and Performing Arts
- Oversight of acquisition and maintenance of keyboard instruments
- Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Exceptional musicianship as modeled through performance and teaching. Strong communication and interpersonal skills to dialogue regularly with prospective undergraduate students, piano teachers, and the professional community of music educators and performers. Proven administrative skills and knowledge to manage and advance pedagogy resources. Ability to network to attract viable candidates for adjunct keyboard positions. Demonstration of the capability for on-going, creative output. Ability to travel, including overnight stays, to recruit and to attended appropriate conferences. Ability to lift piano benches and move pianos (on wheels) within rehearsal spaces and concert halls
- Education: Preferred: DMA (or the equivalent). Required: Master’s Degree in Music
- Experience: Preferred: Successful teaching in both private and collegiate levels. Required: 3 years teaching at a level commensurate with collegiate teaching.
Palm Beach State College: Musician (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 17 May 2021)
- Musician & accompanist for choral, music ensembles, recital seminars, and music performances, including sound design, environmental sounds, transitional music, and underscoring music.
- Application Deadline: This position is open until filled
Point University: Instructor of Piano and Music Theory (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 18 March 2021)
- Instructor of Piano and Music Theory (full-time position)
- The Instructor of Piano and Music Theory is responsible teaching all courses related to piano, including applied piano, class piano, and other piano electives. The applicant will also serve as the primary instructor for music theory, teaching theory and ear training courses as needed.
- Essential Duties: Teaching all courses related to piano, including applied piano, class piano, and other piano electives. Primary instructor for music theory, teaching theory and ear training courses as needed. Regular student advising and mentoring.
- Required Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Piano Performance or a related area (with piano as the major applied instrument area). Successful teaching experience at the high school or college level
- Preferred Qualifications: Doctoral Degree in Piano Performance or a related area (with piano as the major applied instrument area). Successful teaching and accompanying experience at the college level in piano and music theory. Background in church music leadership.
- Please complete the online application. 1.In the position section, enter Instructor Piano/Theory 2.Please include three professional references with contact information 3.Send copies of transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org (unofficial will be accepted for the application process with official required for hiring).
- Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2020-21
Queen's University: Keyboard Musicianship (1-year term position) (Deadline: 19 April 2021)
- The DAN School of Drama and Music at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates interested in teaching MUSC 129/3.0 Keyboard Skills and/or MUSC 229/3.0 Keyboard Lab.
- Due to the novel Coronavirus situation, in fall of 2021, it is possible that the DAN School may deliver some courses remotely but it is anticipated that individual lessons will be presented in person.
- These are introductory courses taught in our keyboard harmony lab which has a capacity of 12 students. It is anticipated that multiple sections of each course will be offered to accommodate the numbers of students requiring one of these courses as part of our Bachelor of Music degree requirements, although both of these courses are open to any qualified undergraduate student at Queen’s as an elective.
- Candidates should have an M.Mus, D.M.A. or Ph.D, in keyboard performance and teaching experience at the University level in keyboard musicianship and improvisation. This is a term appointment with for the period of September 1, 2021 to April 30, 2022, with classes in session from September 2021 to April 2022.
- The University invites applications from all qualified individuals. Queen’s is strongly committed to employment equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace and encourages applications from Black, racialized/visible minority and Indigenous/Aboriginal people, women, persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQ+ persons. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.
- The University will provide support in its recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs. If you require accommodation during this process, please contact: Katherine Peter, Academic Program Coordinator, email@example.com.
- To comply with Federal laws, the University is obliged to gather statistical information about how many applicants for each job vacancy are Canadian citizens / permanent residents of Canada. Applicants need not identify their country of origin or citizenship, however, all applications must include one of the following statements: “I am a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada”; OR, “I am not a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada”. Applications that do not include this information will be deemed incomplete.
- Applications should include a letter of intent, a complete and current curriculum vitae, letters of reference from two (2) referees, and any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration, such as links to performances, a teaching dossier, etc.
- Please email applications and supporting letters to: Dr. Craig Walker, Director, DAN School of Drama and Music, c/o Katherine Peter, Academic Program Manager firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the Subject line: AD REF #5, Candidate Name
- Applications will be received until 19 April, 2021. Review of applications will commence shortly thereafter, and the final appointment is subject to budgetary approval. Additional information about the DAN School of Drama and Music can be found at https://sdm.queensu.ca/.
- Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2020-21
Saddleback College: Staff Accompanist (Deadline: 24 March 2021)
- Classification Title: Accompanist
- Job Category: Classified Staff
- Job Open Date: 02/25/2021
- Initial Screening Date: 03/24/2021
- Position ID: P0003897
- Position Title: Accompanist (Lateral and External) (One or More Positions)
- Location: 20-Saddleback College
- Department: Music (SC-055-046)
- Term: 10 Months/Year
- Pay Range: 126-starting salary at $4,792 per month
- % of Range: 100%
- Hours per week: 40
- Work Schedule: Monday-Friday 12:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.
- Receives Benefits: Yes
- Summary Description: Under direction from higher level academic and administrative staff, provides accompaniment for music instructional classes, recitals, concerts and other special events; and assists individual students in improving musical skills.
- Knowledge of: Methods and techniques of piano accompaniment for a variety of music and musical application. Principles and practices of sight reading for piano accompaniment. Vocal and instrumental repertoire and technique. Music theory, including harmony and notation. Proper diction and understanding of foreign languages.
- Ability to: Play advanced piano pieces. Explain and instruct students on theoretical concepts and musical techniques. Sight-read a variety of music. Play music in a variety of different keys. Follow vocalist/instrumentalist in rehearsals and performance. Work with and exhibit sensitivity to and understanding of the varied racial, ethnic, cultural, sexual orientation, academic, socio-economic, and disabled populations of community college students. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
- Education/Training: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in music or a related field.
- Experience: Two years of experience in piano accompaniment and music assistance.
- This Recruitment will remain open until Job Close Date/Initial Screening Date at 11:59PM.
- METHOD OF APPLICATION: Complete and submit an application online at http://jobs.socccd.edu login page. INCOMPLETE applications will not be considered.
- 1. ALL SECTIONS of the application must be completed (do not state “see resume” and do not leave any blanks). a. List relevant experience. b. Specify assignment details for each job listed. c. Provide a minimum of three (3) professional references.
- 2. Submit required documents by attaching them to the application. See Applicant Document section. Under Optional Documents: Please provide a link to audio/video recordings of representative performance experience. All submitted materials become the property of the South Orange County Community College District and will not be returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this position only. Applicant bears the sole responsibility for ensuring the application is complete when submitted. Any supporting application materials must reference the job opening ID number.
- DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: For guaranteed consideration, application and required documents must be posted to the position and materials must be received by the specified date. Applications submitted via fax or email will not be accepted.
Sam Houston State University: Lecturer of Music (Artist in Residence) (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 10 May 2021)
- Position Title: Lecturer of Music (Artist in Residence) - up to 4 positions to be filled
- Duties: participate in SHSU faculty ensembles, coach student chamber ensembles, teach private lessons in area of expertise and experience, teach in-person and online courses in area of expertise, actively engage in student recruitment activities.
- Educational Requirements for the Position: MM (Master’s in Music) required, DMA preferred.
- Experience Required for the Position: Demonstrated experience and expertise in chamber music and studio teaching (keyboard, percussion, low brass, woodwinds, or violin/viola).
- Other Requirements for the Position: The applicant must work collegially and be committed to undergraduate education with a vision to grow an established graduate program.
- Special Instructions Summary: Submit application, letter of interest, vitae, university transcripts, three current letters of recommendation, and a selection of recent recordings. Other supporting materials may be requested at a later date.
- Questions regarding the search may be directed to: Dr. Mario Aschauer, Chair – Artist in Residence, (Lecturer) Search Committee, School of Music, Sam Houston State University, PO Box 2208, Huntsville, TX 77341-2208.
- Please note: References provided in the References section of the application will receive an automated email reference request at the time the application is submitted.
Sam Houston State University: Specialist III - Piano Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 09 March 2021)
- Nature & Purpose of Position: Provides piano accompaniment for selected classes and events such as recitals, concerts, master classes, school auditions, or other accompanying duties.
- Primary Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include providing piano accompaniment for selected classes and events such as faculty and student recitals, concerts, master classes, and school auditions or other accompanying duties as assigned. The candidate will have a broad understanding of and experience with standard instrumental solo repertoire, and should show a wide variety of experience with instrumental recitals and chamber music collaboration.
- Educational and Experience Requirement: Associates degree in Music Performance; Collaborative, or related field. Master’s or Doctor of Musical Arts would be helpful. Three years of experience in a related field. The successful candidate will be a proven instrumental accompanist and a strong performer who thrives in a collaborative environment. A combination of education, experience, and training that would produce the required knowledge and abilities could be considered.
- Other Specifications: The successful candidate must have strong sight-reading skills and a sound keyboard technique. The candidate must be flexible and possess good organizational and communication skills. Must be willing to work in a team-oriented environment that is dedicated to assisting students and staff/faculty members achieve their fullest potential.
- As part of the application process, please include a letter of interest, three letters of recommendation, an audio or video sample of recent performance(s)(or links), curriculum vitae and copies of all university transcripts.
- Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
- Requisition: 202100064S
- FLSA status: Non-Exempt
- Hiring Salary: $2,520 – $3,708 per month
- Occupational Category: Technical/Para-Professional
- Open Date: 03/09/2021
- Open Until Filled: Yes
Samford University: Music Instructor (Piano) (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 23 February 2021
- Position Summary: The Academy of the Arts, Music Instructor performs a variety of functions related to the Academy of Arts and Samford University and The School of Arts community responsibilities. The instructor reports to the Academy of the Arts, Music Coordinator, and the Dean of the School of the Arts.
- Job Duties and Responsibilities: Teach a full 15-week semester of private lessons for various ages and levels maintaining a minimum 12-hour per week teaching load during the fall and spring semesters. On-campus teaching will be limited to those students who have registered through the Academy of the Arts, Music. All lessons must be taught at the Academy. Teach classes in music theory, music appreciation, music history, etc. for ages and levels listed above as needed. Maintain lesson plans, working syllabi, information profiles, homework material, etc. for class and private students. Attend scheduled Academy of the Arts, Music faculty meetings. Attend Academy of the Arts, Music recitals when your students are participating; help to prepare the hall before, supervise participants during recitals, and stay to clean up after recitals. Assist registration of new and returning students for upcoming semesters. Prepare and update the private teaching schedule after the studio is established. Communicate with the Music Coordinator regarding any change in schedule. Have sensitivity to the various constituencies of Samford University and the School of Arts. Understand and make a commitment to Samford University and the School of Art's purpose.
- Required Qualifications: Bachelor of Music; 3 years of piano teaching experience
- Preferred Qualifications: Master of Music degree
- Number of hours to be worked per week: 25 - 27 hrs. as needed
- Position Number: AOAM94
- Job Category: Staff: Occasional or Temporary Part-time Staff
- Required Documents: Cover Letter, Resume/CV, Teaching Philosophy
Shenandoah Conservatory: Assistant Professor of Piano (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 27 January 2021)
- Shenandoah Conservatory, one of the country’s leading centers for collaborative work across the performing arts, is seeking nominations and applications for an exceptional pianist, teacher, recruiter, and savvy 21st century musician to join the Keyboard faculty. This full-time and career-contract track position begins August 2021.
- Responsibilities: Building on exceptional musicianship and an orientation to mentorship, the chosen candidate will help to advance the Conservatory’s reputation as an inclusive and premier place of study where artists from diverse backgrounds actively engage around innovative and collaborative work.
- Specifically, the desired candidate will:
- Provide mentorship to both undergraduate and graduate piano students, teaching both applied and accompanying lessons, and offering chamber coaching;
- Teach courses or seminars in the field of expertise as appropriate (such as The 21st Century Musician);
- Build the piano studio, successfully recruiting highly talented students, and strategically employ media and 21st century tools to effectively build listeners/followers;
- Actively contribute to curriculum discussions and a faculty community that is oriented towards excellence, collaboration, and innovation, including forward-oriented approaches to career preparation of music performance students;
- Maintain a high-profile performance career while being intensely engaged in Conservatory and University life, including contributing to school-wide conversations and committees, and participating in division meetings, auditions, and recruitment activities; and
- Actively contribute to the Conservatory’s commitment to Inclusion, Diversity and Equity.
- Qualifications: Required and minimum qualifications include the following:
- An excellent pianist with extensive performing experience and a national or international profile;
- An excellent teacher with at least some experience of teaching within a conservatory or university setting;
- Ability and interest to effectively attract and recruit students;
- Possesses an interest in chamber music, with willingness to teach solo piano, chamber music, collaborative piano (in all its forms) and piano accompanying;
- Demonstrated ability to employ media (whether social media, YouTube, and/or streaming services) to effectively build listeners/followers;
- Demonstrated orientation towards collaborative work;
- An ability to contribute to the Conservatory’s commitment to inclusion, diversity and equity;
- Possession of a DMA or equivalent professional experience; and
- Eligibility to work in the United States.
- How to Apply: Application materials should include a resume/curriculum vitae, a letter of intent and contact information for three professional references. The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a qualified candidate is selected. A pre-employment background check will be required. If the job requires driving for University business, a satisfactory driving record will also be required.
- Shenandoah University is committed to enriching its educational experience and culture through the diversity of its faculty, administration, and staff. All candidates are strongly encouraged to include a statement in their cover letters addressing ways in which they may be able to contribute to that commitment.
- 4/8 Any news on this? Any interviews?
Shenandoah Conservatory: Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy & Performance (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 01 February 2021)
- Shenandoah Conservatory, one of the country’s leading centers for collaborative work across the performing arts, is seeking nominations and applications for an exceptional pianist, innovative teacher, recruiter, and savvy 21st century musician to join the Keyboard faculty. This full-time and career-contract track position begins August 2021.
- Responsibilities: Building on exceptional musicianship and a passion for piano pedagogy, the chosen candidate will help to advance the Conservatory’s reputation as an inclusive and premier place of study where artists from diverse backgrounds actively engage around innovative and collaborative work.
- Specifically, the desired candidate will:
- Teach applied piano, accompanying, score reading, piano literature or chamber music based on areas of expertise;
- Coordinate and teach class piano for music majors in engaging and innovative ways;
- Work with faculty colleagues to align the class piano sequence with music theory and aural skills courses;
- Contribute to recruiting efforts to attract highly talented students;
- Actively contribute to curriculum discussions and a faculty community that is oriented towards excellence, collaboration, and innovation, including forward-oriented approaches to career preparation of music performance students;
- Maintain a high-profile in piano pedagogy while being intensely engaged in Conservatory and University life, including contributing to school-wide conversations and committees, and participating in division meetings, auditions, and recruitment activities; and
- Actively contribute to the Conservatory’s commitment to Inclusion, Diversity and Equity.
- Required Skills: Qualifications: Required and minimum qualifications include the following:
- An excellent pianist with extensive teaching experience and an expertise in group and class piano instruction;
- Ability and interest to effectively attract and recruit students;
- Demonstrated ability to employ media (whether social media, YouTube, and/or streaming services) to effectively build listeners/followers;
- Demonstrated orientation towards collaborative work;
- Eligibility to work in the United States;
- Possession of a DMA or equivalent professional experience; and
- An ability to contribute to the Conservatory’s commitment to inclusion, diversity and equity.
- How to Apply: Application submissions should include a letter of intent (in which candidates also identify how they might advance the Conservatory’s commitment to diversity and inclusion), a curriculum vitae and contact information for three professional references. The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a qualified candidate is selected.
- Any news on this search? Thanks!
- Zoom interviews requested 3/20/21
- finalists contacted
Skidmore College: Visiting Artist-in-Residence in Piano (Deadline: 25 April 2021)
- The Skidmore College Music Department invites applications for a two-year (terminal) appointment in Piano. The successful applicant's primary responsibilities will include private piano instruction, chamber music coaching, and oversight of the piano program including the maintenance and purchasing of pianos. Additional responsibilities include: performing solo and chamber recitals, serving as a scholarship competition judge, coaching student recitals and juries, and arranging guest artist recitals and masterclasses. Additional teaching strengths in adjacent Music Studies fields will also be welcome.
- We seek an engaging and energetic teacher with: the ability to contribute to our curriculum in imaginative ways, a commitment to liberal-arts education and to Skidmore's tradition of "hand and mind," experiences and approaches that will support and contribute to the growing diversity of our academic community.
- DMA or PhD preferred; ABD considered. Individuals from underrepresented groups, and/or with experience teaching students from diverse backgrounds, are especially encouraged to apply.
- Review of applications will begin April 26, 2021.
- Apply on-line at http://jobs.skidmore.edu. Applications should consist of cover letter, current CV, and contact information for 3-5 references. Further materials, including reference letters, are not necessary at this time but may be solicited later. Questions may be referred to Prof. Sarah Day-O'Connell, search committee chair <email@example.com>.
Smith College: Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: 12 July 2021)
- The Department of Music at Smith College invites applications for a three-year, benefits eligible faculty position for a Collaborative Pianist to September 1, 2021. We seek an accomplished musician with substantial experience and a strong record of artistic collaboration, knowledge of a variety of musical styles, and the qualifications to teach music courses at the undergraduate level. Applicants must be in possession of a master’s degree or, alternatively, a bachelor’s degree and extensive professional experience. Candidates from groups underrepresented in academia are encouraged to apply. This non-tenure track faculty position is renewable every three years, subject to the needs of the College and job performance reviews. The Collaborative Pianist is a voting member of the faculty. The Music Department serves music majors and minors, as well as the rest of the student population of the College, for which music is a valuable component of a liberal arts education.
- Responsibilities: Fifteen hours per week will be spent in performance course lessons working primarily with the vocal faculty, but also with instrumental teachers. Additional time will be made available for students to work with the Collaborative Pianist in one-to-one rehearsals and coachings. Performing with students in group and individual recitals each semester. Two sections per week of musicianship labs, in support of the department’s level one and level two theory courses held in consecutive semesters—level one in the fall and level two in the spring. Develop new courses for our piano lab, along the lines of a group piano class for keyboard beginners.
- We seek a pianist with knowledge and a high level of expertise working in a variety of musical styles as the Collaborative Pianist will take on a small class, not more than four students taught one-to-one, working in styles other than “Classical”.
- The Collaborative Pianist may be called upon to perform with faculty and other performers as part of the artistic programming of the department. Contributing to the administration of the Department and the College through participation in meetings, auditions, committees, recruitment activities, program reviews, and other events.
- Application Instructions: Please submit the following application materials at Interfolio http://apply.interfolio.com/88548 with a cover letter, Curriculum vitae, diversity statement, three letters of reference, and a 20-minute video sample link of your work as a collaborative pianist in performance, rehearsal and/or coaching (link to YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, Google Drive, or similar platform). This sample could be continuous footage of one concert or an edited selection of various performances, but must adhere to the 20- minute limit. Review of applications will begin on July 12, 2021.
Stephen F. Austin State University: Assistant Professor of Music in Piano (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 06 April 2021)
- This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track faculty position responsible for contributing significantly to Stephen F. Austin State University’s undergraduate and/or graduate programs through teaching, scholarship/creative accomplishment, and service. Works under minimal supervision, with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the chair.
- Required Education: Terminal degree in the field in which the individual will be teaching is required. ABD candidates may be considered if Ph.D. is earned prior to start date.
- Other Specifications: Stephen F. Austin State University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music – Piano. Responsibilities include teaching applied piano to undergraduate and graduate piano majors, teaching undergraduate and graduate piano literature courses as needed, academically advising piano majors, and performing as a soloist and chamber musician with colleagues and guest musicians. Additional teaching responsibilities may be required, commensurate with applicant’s qualifications and needs of the School of Music.
- The successful candidate is expected to maintain an active and highly visible regional, national, and international performance and outreach schedule including masterclasses, workshops, and adjudicating activities. The school also seeks a candidate with innovative ideas in recruiting pianists from Texas, nationally, and internationally, and will be expected to have a high degree of success in recruiting piano majors.
- Required: DMA in Piano Performance. Experience in solo and collaborative performances.
- Preferred: Two years of successful higher education teaching experience.
- To apply, submit: Application; Cover letter; Curriculum vitae; Transcripts; Names and contact information for at least three references; A list of links to recordings of 30 minutes of solo repertoire plus chamber or concerto recordings.
- Screening of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates may be requested to submit additional materials documenting teaching effectiveness, which may include teaching videos.
- 5/9 Any updates?
- 5/10 Finalists selected
Stephen F. Austin State University: Staff Accompanist (Deadline: 30 April 2021)
- This is a professional position responsible for providing musical accompaniment for rehearsals, performances, and special events in the school of music. Collaborates regularly with students and faculty. Reports to assigned faculty.
- Essential Job Functions
- 1. Rehearses with and accompanies vocalists in regular vocal seminars.
- 2. Rehearses with and accompanies instrumentalist in instrumental studio recitals.
- 3. Serves as rehearsal accompanist for school choir(s).
- 4. Serves as an accompanist for spring opera production.
- 5. Serves as accompanist in student convocation performances, upper-level performance barriers, faculty and guest artist recitals, new student auditions, master classes, and other performances.
- Required Education: Master’s degree in collaborative piano, piano performance, or a related field is required.
- Required Experience and Training: Three years of related experience is required. Experience accompanying vocalists, instrumentalists, and choir is required. Experience obtained during undergraduate and graduate studies can be considered.
- Hiring Salary - 40,000
- Responsibilities: Accompany vocalists and instrumentalists in weekly vocal seminar, instrumental studio recitals, monthly convocations, special events (master classes, new student auditions, etc). Serve as rehearsal accompanist for one of SFA’s choirs and also as one of two rehearsal accompanists for the spring opera production. Additional opportunities also exist as a freelance accompanist for student degree recitals.
- Qualifications: minimum master’s degree in collaborative piano/piano performance. DMA preferred.
- We seek a dynamic, well-rounded pianist who is an excellent performer with strong communication skills, excellent sight reading, and extensive experience in collaborative piano. Minimum three years experience. Experience obtained during undergraduate and graduate studies can be considered. Start Date: August 2021. Application Deadline: Until filled.
- Please complete an application (CV, cover letter and three letters of reference) through the Human Resources Department at http://www.sfasu.edu/hr/. Supporting materials (collaborative piano repertoire list, links to recent collaborative and solo performances via YouTube/Dropbox or other forms of media) should be emailed to Dr. Ron Petti at firstname.lastname@example.org. Office phone: (936) 468-1191.
Sterling College: Music Faculty Position (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 09 March 2021)
- POSITION: A full-time faculty position in the Music Department is available beginning August 1, 2021.
- Teaching responsibilities may include theory and aural skills, elementary music methods, class piano, private lessons, worship classes, and other courses based upon the candidate’s strengths and departmental needs.
- Advise current students and actively recruit majors and non-majors for the music department.
- Establish and maintain relationships with area, community, and professional music organizations.
- Establish and maintain strong relationships with Kansas high school music directors.
- Participate in departmental activities, as appropriate.
- QUALIFICATIONS: All SC employees are expected to integrate a strong Christian faith into every aspect of life and learning. Specific requirements for this position include:
- Doctorate preferred, Master’s degree required.
- Ideal candidates will have a background in piano accompaniment. Accompanying duties to include vocal ensembles, recitals, and musical theatre productions.
- Familiarity with a wide variety of musical styles and idioms.
- Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
- An understanding of undergraduate college students and an ability to relate well to them.
- A demonstrated growth in cultural competence and experience establishing healthy relationships and positive communication with students from diverse backgrounds.
- An understanding of an interdisciplinary approach to the liberal arts, and an ability to work with faculty from varied disciplines.
- A willingness to serve on faculty committees when appropriate.
- COMPENSATION: Salary and rank will be determined by credentials and experience applied to an established faculty salary scale and accompanying benefits.
- APPLICATION PROCEDURE: A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. The successful candidate must undergo a background check. To view the list of items to be completed to apply for this position, please go to https://www.sterling.edu/employment and view the Music job link. Materials are to be submitted electronically to email@example.com.
- Please submit the following items to be considered for this position:
- 1. A cover letter that briefly introduces yourself and describes how your strengths, competencies and experiences align with the job description below.
- 2. Resume
- 3. A completed application for employment
- 4. A completed faith questionnaire
- 5. A list of three professional references along with their current place of employment, contact information (e-mail and both office and cell phone), and a brief description of your professional relationship with each person.
- 6. Copies of graduate transcripts
- Please email them to: Dr. Ken Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2020-21
Texas Tech University: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor of Piano (Deadline: None listed, posted 30 April 2021)
- Major/Essential Functions: Teach undergraduate and graduate applied piano lessons; supervise student preparation for performance recitals and research projects (e.g., degree recitals, master’s and doctoral documents, lecture recitals, and pedagogical presentations). Teach courses in undergraduate and graduate keyboard literature and other area-specific offerings (e.g., in collaborative piano, piano pedagogy, etc.), as needed. Perform with faculty colleagues and guest musicians. Engage in nationally/internationally recognized creative/professional practice and/or scholarship; maintain an active performing career. Seek out and recruit the highest level of student pianists. Embrace new forms of critically engaged disciplinary practice/scholarship in the evolving field of keyboard performance, have the ability to seek out opportunities to teach broadly across the curriculum, and envision new ways to expand beyond it.
- As a collaborative departmental citizen, actively participate in departmental, college and university service, including committee work and academic support services in support of the School of Music, the College, and the University as a whole; recruitment of graduate and undergraduate students into the piano programs; program review (including implementation and assessment of outcomes); maintaining the keyboard area’s accreditation with the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM); and student advising, supervision of student organizations, and participation in sponsored off-campus activities. Work well with colleagues within and outside the School, particularly in building interdisciplinary collaborations. Where appropriate, demonstrate the potential to bring external funding to the School/College. Be aware of and follow all university policies.
- Preferred Qualifications: At least 3 years of successful teaching experience at the university level. Possession of strong language/writing skills and the ability to guide students through scholarly projects. Experience working with diverse student populations and first-generation students. Desire and ability to partner with keyboard-area colleagues to expand departmental offerings in collaborative piano, piano pedagogy, and community-oriented programs. The ability to form partnerships within and outside of the university, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
- Required Qualifications: A terminal degree in piano (DMA, PhD, or equivalent), or commensurate professional experience. Record of an active performance career and professional achievements that include international, national, regional, and community engagement and/or collaboration. Working knowledge of current practice in piano/keyboard technique, pedagogy, collaborative piano, recital and concerto literature. A commitment to quality, student-centered education and working as a team member. Strong evidence of the ability and desire to contribute through service: duties include, but are not limited to, recruiting, program-building, and commitment to extra-curricular activities of the department, college, and university, and the community.
- Special Instructions to Applicants: Please provide the following with your application:
- Cover Letter
- Diversity Statement
- A list of three references with contact information
- A current Curriculum Vitae
- Digital access (e.g., online links) to video recordings of solo repertoire (at least 30 minutes) in addition to recordings of collaborative/chamber performances
Tianjin Juilliard School: Collaborative Piano Faculty, Instrumental Specialization (Deadline: No deadline listed, posting date unclear)
- The collaborative piano department provides an introduction to both vocal and instrumental collaborative training in a Master of Music degree program with an emphasis on training students to work as vocal coaches, particularly in an opera house setting. A faculty member with an opera specialty has already been hired so the School is looking for a collaborative pianist with considerable experience performing and teaching instrumental collaborative piano to replace an outgoing faculty member. Preference will be given to a pianist who also has experience teaching song repertoire.
- Teach applied lessons to Masters-level pianists majoring in collaborative piano focusing on instrumental and some song repertoire
- Teach courses in instrumental accompanying and possibly German and French song repertoire
- Possible chamber music coaching in the Graduate School and/or the Saturday Pre-college program
- Actively recruit students
- Preference is for a pianist who is open to performing with instrumental colleagues
- Experience as a collaborative partner performing with established instrumental artists
- Conservatory or collegiate teaching experience
- Vocal coaching and vocal recital experience is desirable
- Knowledge or interest in Chinese culture
- Fluency in English (the graduate program at TJS will be accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education, therefore all courses will be taught in English)
- Some knowledge of Mandarin will be helpful to the successful candidate but is not required
- Salary and Benefits:
- Competitive full-time salary
- Expatriate faculty packages that include: Housing, International private school for children, Annual trips back home, Medical insurance, Relocation assistance, Multi-year contract
- Professional Opportunities:
- Performance opportunities in major venues in China and Asia. Full-time resident faculty will become part of a vibrant TJS faculty ensemble, which will be the flagship performance ensemble of the school to perform and tour in China and Asia
- Opportunities to collaborate with Juilliard faculty in New York both in Tianjin and in New York
- Application: Qualified candidates should submit
- A cover letter describing why you are interested in living and working in China and how you can contribute to The Tianjin Juilliard School
- Three references (names and contact information)
- Video link(s) of most recent performances (optional)
Triton College: Music Instructor, Adjunct (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 19 May 2021)
- Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION: 1. Master's Degree or higher in Music with an emphasis in piano performance.
- Preferred Qualifications: EXPERIENCE: 1. College level teaching experience.
University of Alabama: Instructor of Piano (Deadline: 14 May 2021)
- The University of Alabama School of Music is seeking an Instructor of Piano with a growing national reputation as a teacher and artist level performer. This is a nine-month temporary appointment. Primary duties will be to recruit and teach students in applied piano at the undergraduate and graduate levels, maintain a nationally recognized studio, and maintain activity as a performer at the regional/national level. Other teaching duties may be assigned based upon department need, such as courses in piano pedagogy and piano ensemble.
- QUALIFICATIONS: Successful recruiting and teaching experience at the college/university level is preferred. Documented performing experience at an artistic level with appropriate terminal degrees earned. (Master’s Degree required, DMA preferred, although significant and documented teaching/ recruiting and performance experience will be considered in place of earned degrees.) The successful candidate will demonstrate a wide spectrum of success in the discipline of music.
- REQUIRED MATERIALS: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, three (3) letters of recommendation, a list of five (5) additional references that may be contacted (including phone number and email address), and recording links containing examples of recent performances. Additional materials may be requested at a later time.
- To apply for this position, please visit the University of Alabama web-site at http://www.faculty.ua.edu/. Complete the online application and attach a letter of application and curriculum vitae. Send recordings and three letters of recommendation to the address below. Recording links and any electronic or scanned documents should be sent to email@example.com, and copied to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only applicants who complete the University of Alabama online application will be considered for the position.
- Review of applications will begin as they arrive and continue until the position is filled. In order to ensure full consideration, please apply no later than May 14, 2021. Earlier submission of materials is strongly encouraged.
- For additional information please contact Dr. Kevin Chance, Search Committee Chair, at email@example.com . Applicants should send letters of recommendation and all recording samples to:
- Chair, Instructor of Piano Search Committee
- The University of Alabama
- School of Music
- Box 870366
- Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0366
- Please upload your list of additional references that may be contacted to the “other document 1” tab.
Finalist interviews conducted week of 6/1
University of Alaska Fairbanks: Term Instructor of Piano (Deadline: 21 February 2021)
- The Department of Music at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Collaborative Pianist. The successful candidate will work closely with all of the music faculty and students in the department in bringing the highest level of performance to all of the performances in the Music Department.
- Teaching – Teach the following classes: Class Lessons - Piano, Functional Piano, Chamber Music – Piano Accompanying as needed (jazz), (and women in musical), Period history courses as needed to assist the needs of the Department; (studio master classes;) Vocal Coaching as based on experience.
- Accompany students at their private lessons with their private teacher, on their degree recitals, Music at One performances, Studio Class Recitals, Studio master classes, Opera workshop, and rehearsals with the students in preparation for their lessons and performances. Accompany University Choir Groups, perform at faculty recitals, faculty Chamber Music concerts, and other performances as a keyboardist with the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra as requested and time allows.
- The Collaborative Pianist acts as the primary coach and accompanist for the Music Department’s undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition this faculty instructor will oversee the Class Piano and Functional Piano classes in the Music program. The collaborative pianist is a full-time position for the academic year. The successful applicant will begin August 8, 2021.
- Minimal Required Education: Master of Music in a performance related discipline with focus on collaborative piano or accompanying. DMA in Piano performance or Collaborative Arts preferred.
- Required Experience: Experience accompanying and coaching vocal and instrumental literature. Experience in vocal coaching and diction if the candidate is fluent in other languages. Record of piano accompanist experience, solo performance experience on piano, chamber music experience, and some college-level teaching experience
- Preferred Qualifications: Exceptional piano skills, including outstanding sight-reading skills. Vocal and instrumental coaching experience in classical literature. Experience with accompanying choral groups.
- Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Extensive knowledge of Lieder literature as well as opera literature; extensive knowledge of Chamber music as well as Solo and Concerto literature for string, wind, and brass instruments. Must have excellent piano performance skills, sight-reading skills and ability to learn and perform literature on very short notice. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Experience working with private and public external constituencies. Ability to advocate for the university.
- To be eligible for this position, applicants must be legally authorized for unrestricted employment in the United States. No work visas will be sponsored for this position.
- To ensure consideration, please apply prior to 11:55 PM Alaska Standard Time, Sunday, February 21, 2021.
- Please include the following with your application:
- 1. Cover Letter
- 2. CV
- 3. Unofficial transcripts for all post-secondary education
- 4. Philosophy of teaching
- 5. Link to video of performance or recital
- 6. Solo Piano repertoire list; Chamber Music (Accompaniments) repertoire list; Lieder/Opera/Concerto repertoire list
- 7. Names of three professional references with phone number and email address
University of Arkansas-Fort Smith: Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: 26 March 2021)
- The collaborative pianist serves as accompanist to music students and faculty/colleagues on student and faculty performances. This is an hourly position. The position reports to the Head of the Department of Music.
- Summary of Job Duties: Accompany music students in scheduled rehearsals, lessons, and performances. Accompany music faculty members/colleagues in scheduled rehearsals and performances as needed. Prepare and perform music at a high level. Accompany student ensembles in rehearsals and performances as needed. Other duties as assigned.
- Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education. Experience in working collaboratively with others on piano.
- Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree or above in music.
- Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Piano performance skills. Skill in collaborating with a variety of instruments and groups. Good organizational skills and timeliness in responding to student inquiries. Ability to respond to needs of learners from a variety of educational backgrounds in a multicultural environment. Ability to evaluate one’s own performance. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships with students and colleagues.
- Special Job Dimensions: The individual will work with students to schedule rehearsals, lesson meeting times, and performances. Rehearsals and lessons are typically scheduled during the week during business hours. Nights and weekend duties may be required. Travel, while rare, is possible.
- Open Date: 03/16/2021
- Close Date: 03/26/2021
University of Arkansas at Monticello: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music and Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 01 June 2021)
- The University of Arkansas at Monticello Division of Music is seeking applicants for a nine month, full-time, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music and Collaborative Pianist beginning August 2021.
- Responsibilities: The successful candidate will teach undergraduate students in class piano and applied piano and additional courses as needed by the department within the candidate's area of expertise. The successful candidate will serve as rehearsal and performance pianist for two choral ensembles and the music theatre workshop program and also accompany faculty recitals and student senior recitals. The successful candidate is expected to maintain a positive relationship with music educators in the region, including active participation in local, regional, state, and national music organizations and effectively recruit piano students. Teaching load is 12 credit hours per semester. The successful candidate will be expected to work collaboratively with faculty and staff.
- Education/Qualifications: An earned Master of Music degree in piano performance, collaborative piano, or a related field is required. An earned Doctorate in collaborative piano or a related field is preferred. The successful candidate will have demonstrable skills with piano including experience with accompanying ensembles and individuals.
- Application Process: Send a letter of application as well as a completed Employment Application, curriculum vita, copy of unofficial transcripts, and the contact information of three professional references (off-list references may be checked) to: Justin T. Anders, Chair, Division of Music, P.O. Box 3607, Monticello, AR 71656, telephone (870) 460-1060,fax (870) 460-1260. Submission of electronic applications are encouraged. Please send completed information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
University of British Columbia: Music - Assistant Professor (Piano) (Deadline: 15 November 2020)
- The University of British Columbia School of Music invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor of Piano, beginning July 1, 2021. We seek a versatile concert pianist with demonstrated potential for distinguished artistic achievement and teaching. In addition to a broad knowledge of the piano repertoire, applicants should demonstrate engagement with pedagogy and collaborative work. Familiarity with the piano repertoire beyond the traditional canon would be an asset. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain performance projects leading to the securing of peer-reviewed external research funding (such as commissions, recordings, tours, and artist/research grants). They will contribute to the diverse activities of the Keyboard Division by engaging with, for example, improvisation, new technologies, cross-disciplinary interests, or community-based initiatives. Applicants should also demonstrate that they can effectively fulfill teaching and service duties, including graduate student supervision, while maintaining a demonstrated commitment to increased diversity, equity, and inclusion. A doctoral degree or equivalent professional experience is required.
- The Keyboard Division is an integral part of a dynamic School of Music that offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs in music, including in Piano Performance, and is situated in a beautiful and culturally diverse metropolis.
- Applications are to be submitted online at https://musc.air.arts.ubc.ca/?p=533
- Applicants should be prepared to upload:
- a letter of application and CV outlining achievements in performance;
- a concise record of teaching experience, including evidence of effectiveness;
- a statement of teaching/pedagogy philosophy; and
- a one-page statement about their experience working with a diverse student body and the contributions they would make to advancing a culture of equity and inclusion.
- three live video recordings of recent performances. Videos should be easily accessible to the committee members (YouTube, Google Drive links, etc.)
- In addition, applicants should arrange to have three confidential letters of reference sent directly by their referees, by the deadline, via email to email@example.com. Enquiries may be made to the Chair of the Keyboard Division, Professor Mark Anderson, at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Review of the applications will start on November 15, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled. This position is subject to final budgetary approval. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
- Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
- All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; qualified Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.
University of Calgary: Assistant Professor, School of Creative and Performing Arts, Piano (Deadline: 20 February 2021)
- The Faculty of Arts, School of Creative and Performing Arts invites applications for a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Piano. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2021. Applicants will be active and versatile performers with extensive performing experience, including chamber music, who are committed to teaching applied piano, chamber music, and new music and collaborative work. They will contribute to the diverse activities of the Music program and School by engaging with, for example, improvisation, new technologies, interdisciplinary exploration or community-based initiatives.
- The successful candidate will establish and maintain an active and externally funded research program, teach graduate and undergraduate courses in the area of their specialization in addition to other courses in the Music program, contribute to the graduate program, participate in the affairs of the School and faculty, and engage with the wider community. We invite candidates who understand the changing landscape and challenges faced by today’s practicing musicians and are especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion through their teaching, research, creative activity, and service.
- A completed DMA or equivalent degree at the time of appointment is required. An MMus in Piano Performance will be considered only if either a track record of successful piano teaching at an advanced level or significant professional performing experience at a national or international level can be demonstrated.
- The successful candidate must display evidence of excellence in research, creative activity and teaching. Candidates may demonstrate excellence in research and creative activity through peer-reviewed performances or publications, as well as demonstrated potential for establishing a strong record of research productivity and successfully securing grants. Evidence of excellence in teaching should be demonstrated via a statement of teaching philosophy, strong teaching evaluations, and an exceptional record of commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching, student supervision, and mentorship. Where appropriate, the candidate should provide evidence of community engagement in their research and teaching. Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate a commitment to service within a university setting and the wider community.
- Please submit your application online via the 'Apply Now' link. Please be aware that the application process allows for only four attachments. The four attachments should be organized to contain the following (which may require you to merge documents):
- A letter of interest, including interests related to research and creative activity
- An up-to-date curriculum vitae
- A statement of interests related to research and creative activity
- A concise record of teaching experience, including evidence of effectiveness
- A statement of teaching/pedagogy philosophy
- A one-page statement detailing experience working with a diverse student body and the contributions you would make to advancing a culture of equity and inclusion
- Electronic links to three recent (within the last 18 months) performances and copies of recital/concert programs.
- The names and contact information for 3-5 referees
- The materials should be addressed to:
- Joelle Welling
- School of Creative and Performing Arts
- University of Calgary
- 2500 University Drive NW
- Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2N 1N4
- Application Deadline: February 20, 2021
- The University of Calgary has launched an institution-wide Indigenous Strategy in line with the foundational goals of Eyes High, committing to creating a rich, vibrant, and culturally competent campus that welcomes and supports Indigenous Peoples, encourages Indigenous community partnerships, is inclusive of Indigenous perspectives in all that we do.
- The University of Calgary recognizes that a diverse staff/faculty benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers that have been historically encountered by some people in our society. We strive to recruit individuals who will further enhance our diversity and will support their academic and professional success while they are here. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. In this connection, at the time of your application, please answer the following question: Are you a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada? (Yes/No)
- References contacted 3/25/21
University of Georgia: Assistant Professor of Piano and African American Studies (Deadline: 01 March 2021)
- The University of Georgia (UGA), in conjunction with the Hugh Hodgson School of Music (HHSOM) and the Institute for African-American Studies, seeks an artist/teacher of piano to develop and teach courses and experiences in non-classical music and African-American music. Teaching will be based on the candidate’s expertise and could include existing or new coursework in one or more of the following areas as appropriate: applied piano instruction in non-classical styles (such as, but not limited to jazz, musical theater, gospel, blues, and other contemporary or popular styles); courses in African-American music and performative traditions; coursework in improvisation, non-classical keyboard harmony, performance practice, arranging, commercial music, worship music, or other areas aligned with the candidate’s experience. The candidate’s work will help develop and expand the curriculum in the HHSOM, diversify repertoire in the school, and support the school’s growing jazz and/or commercial music programs. This is an interdepartmental faculty position in Music and African American Studies at the rank of assistant professor, with the tenure home in the School of Music. The position starts Aug. 1, 2021.
- Teach applied piano lessons in non-classical styles appropriate to candidate’s musical expertise.
- Teach music and/or lecture courses related to the candidate’s area of expertise to support undergraduate and graduate course work in both Music and the Institute for African American Studies.
- Lead and assist with initiatives, such as coaching and developing musical ensembles and chamber music in non-classical styles, to help grow and develop the performance and study of non-classical musics at UGA.
- Maintain a productive career as a research/creative scholar and performer.
- Assist in student recruitment.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Additional Requirements: Doctoral degree in music, with at least one earned degree with a major or concentration in piano performance. Candidates without a terminal degree must be able to document exceptional accomplishments in the fields of piano performance and/or teaching and research in African American music and must be approved for a terminal degree exception before hire.
- Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/or Certification
- Minimum one year teaching experience, with the ability to develop course work in the area of African American music based on individual expertise.
- Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies
- Demonstrated knowledge of African American musical performative traditions.
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism.
- Demonstrated desire to contribute to dynamic, holistic music/arts programs located in a city known for its music and arts culture.
- Demonstrated willingness to collaborate with recognized faculty and artists in advancing a national and international profile.
- Tenure Status: Tenure Track
- Minimum Qualifications: Terminal Degree Appropriate for the discipline
- To Apply: Applicants should include a curriculum vitae and cover letter describing their academic qualifications and professional experience, showing how they will add value to the program. Included in the cover letter should be information related to their teaching philosophy and how their teaching, service, and research/creative activity have supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in the field. Applicants who may not yet have had these experiences should explain how their work will further the College’s commitment to diversity. (Maximum 3 pages).
- Application materials should also include links to an online portfolio/website highlighting artistic work, unofficial transcripts for highest degree earned, and the names and contact information for a minimum of three references. References can be solicited via the online application system or can be sent from a third-party credentialing service like Interfolio.
- Application documents must be uploaded to the UGAJobs link (https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/182528 ) with search committee reviews beginning March 1, 2021. To ensure full consideration, please apply by March 1. Additional materials may be requested at the semi-finalist stage. Questions about the application process can be directed at Edith Hollander (email@example.com or 706-542-3737); questions about the position can be directed at Dr. Martha Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org). Persons needing accommodations or assistance with the accessibility of materials related to this search are encouraged to contact Central HR (email@example.com). Please do not contact the department or search committee with such requests.
University of Hartford: Tenure Track Associate Professor of Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 10 December 2020)
- The Hartt School of the University of Hartford is pleased to announce a new full-time, tenure track position in Piano. This Associate Professor position will begin in August of 2021. In addition to teaching piano lessons to undergraduate and graduate students, there is also the opportunity to teach other keyboard related courses within the curriculum.
- Responsibilities: The primary responsibility of this position is teaching private piano lessons at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Other potential curricular courses to be taught could include any of the following: Piano Pedagogy, Accompanying, Keyboard Repertoire and Chamber Music. There will also be opportunities to teach in our innovative University Interdisciplinary Studies program.
- The successful candidate will contribute to student recruitment and retention as well as curriculum development and assessment. Full-time duties also include adjudicating auditions and juries, advising students, attending faculty meetings and serving on departmental, school and university committees.
- Additionally, the ideal candidate will be expected to remain active in performance, pedagogical, or other creative/scholarly pursuits and to seek opportunities for peer review and publication.
- Required Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree is the minimal requirement. Additional requirements include either a graduate degree or diploma with ample professional performing and teaching experience or an extraordinary performance career with teaching experience. Teaching experience is preferred at the collegiate level. Performing experience should include solo recital and concerto repertoire. In addition, experience with chamber music and ensemble playing is advantageous. Excellent teaching, artistry, organizational, communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Candidates should show a willingness and ability to employ some technology in teaching. The commitment and ability to recruit new undergraduate and graduate students is crucial.
- Special Instructions to Applicants: The University of Hartford employs full-time faculty who bring significant skills, experience, knowledge and empathy to recruit,inspire, support and retain our diverse student body now and in the future. At least 34% of our undergraduate students are from minority groups who are U.S. citizens, an increasing number of these students are the first in their families to attend college, and all of our students need to be prepared to thrive in and contribute to a diverse society.
- Candidates for faculty positions should include in their materials a short essay demonstrating that they are conversant with some of the literature on inclusive pedagogy, culturally responsive teaching, and so on, and describing how their teaching practice could meet the needs of the diverse population of students at the University of Hartford, focusing, in particular, on pedagogical approaches that support student success for those who are new to college and/or whose cultural background includes experience with systemic oppression due to race, gender, or other factors. If relevant, candidates should also comment on research, scholarship, or creative activity that will contribute to the diversity, equity and inclusion goals to which the University of Hartford is committed. In addition, since the University is committed to anti-racism, candidates should demonstrate in their statements knowledge of what it means to be anti-racist and, if possible, to provide example of their own anti-racist values and actions. It is recommended that candidates approach this statement thoughtfully and use specific examples to illustrate their diversity statement. A review of applicant diversity statements will precede that of any other application materials.
- References contacted.
- Zoom Interview conducted.
- Any updates?X2
- 4/11 Final interview scheduled.
University of Kansas: Artist/Teacher of Piano - Assistant Professor (Deadline: 15 January 2021)
- The University of Kansas School of Music seeks to fill a full-time, academic year (nine month), tenure track artist to teach piano in an Assistant Professor capacity to begin on August 18, 2021. The successful candidate will be surrounded by colleagues who share your passion for artistic expression and educating students, creating professional opportunities in the field and eager to create new ways for engagement in learning, research and service. The School of Music is especially interested in hiring faculty members who can contribute to the climate of diversity in the School including a diversity of scholarly artistic approaches. In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal educational and employment opportunities, the university actively encourages applications from member of underrepresented groups in higher education.
- Applicants are preferred to possess a doctoral degree in music or related field. Applicants with a master's degree in music or related field and with significant professional performance experience will be considered. Candidates that are ABD will be considered. The successful candidate must be eligible to work in the U.S. by the time of appointment.
- Job Description
- Teach applied piano lessons (undergraduate and graduate) and related courses; maintain a strong piano studio; work cooperatively and collaboratively with other piano faculty member to recruit high-level piano students regionally, nationally and internationally; and responsible in supervising/mentoring teaching assistants.
- Engage in service related activities in support of the School of Music and the University, including service on graduate and faculty committees.
- Establish a research/creative agenda pursuant of artistic growth and an expanding reputation of excellence; perform with other faculty as a member of the Kansas Virtuosi; participate actively in the cultural and intellectual life of the School and the University.
- Required Qualifications: A Master's in music or related field with significant professional experience. ABD candidates will be considered. Documented success as a performer. Demonstrated record of productive teaching excellence at the collegiate or equivalent level
- Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate in music or a related field.
- Contact Information to Applicants: Robert Walzel, Dean, School of Music, Robert.Walzel@ku.edu
- Additional Candidate Instruction: Please apply online at https://employment.ku.edu/academic/18261BR. Evaluations of requirements will be made through (a) your letter of application describing your work and educational experiences, including your commitment in working with diverse groups or how your creative activities, teaching, service and/or scholarship has supported the success of students/members from racial, ethnic and gender backgrounds that underrepresented in the field; (b) a record of accomplishments and productivity in research and teaching as addressed in the c.v.; (c) internet links to video recordings of recent live performances demonstrating the performance capabilities of the applicant; (d) a 1-2 page statement discussing personal teaching philosophy within a comprehensive university school of music; including objectives and the means of achieving those objectives; and (e) contact information (email and phone) for three professional references.
- In addition to the materials above, learning about each applicant's contribution and engagement in areas of diversity is an important part of KU's mission. As a result, applicants will be presented the following question at the time of application. The response must be within 4,000 characters or less: Describe your experiences working with people from diverse backgrounds, and explain how those experiences reflect your commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Review of applications will begin January 15, 2021 and will continue as needed until a pool of qualified applicants is identified.
- Zoom interview requested 2/22/21.
- Any updates on this since the Zoom interviews? Thanks!
- 3/25 Final candidates in contact
- Offer made and accepted 4/9/21
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth: Part-Time Lecturer – Music Theory, Piano, and Staff Accompanist (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 16 March 2021)
- The Department of Music invites applications for Part-time Lecturer (PTL) positions in Piano, Music Theory, and Staff Accompanist (voice studio and university choir). Applied lesson compensation is based upon studio size. Accompanist compensation is hourly, and the rate is based on experience.
- Qualified candidates may start as soon as Fall 2021.
- Requirements: Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree or higher in Music and advanced piano skills.
- Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate in Piano, knowledge of music theory pedagogy, experience as ensemble and/or studio accompanist.
- Applicants must be authorized for employment in the U.S. on a full time basis. Employment-based visa sponsorship not available.
- To apply please submit a letter of interest, current resume and the contact information for three professional references.
- Advertised: 16 Mar 2021
- Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2020-21
University of Missouri-Kansas City: Assistant Teaching Professor of Vocal Coaching and Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 03 June 2021)
- This is a nine month, ranked, non-tenure track, full time benefit eligible position. Position to start in Fall 2021.
- Minimum Qualifications: Demonstrated successful experience as a vocal coach/collaborative pianist in a university and/or professional opera setting; record of professional activity as a vocal coach/collaborative pianist at a regional level; comprehensive knowledge across all genres and styles of vocal repertoire; working knowledge of all primary singing languages and proficiency in IPA instruction, vocal diction and vocal literature; master’s degree in collaborative piano or piano performance required, DMA in Collaborative Piano or commensurate experience preferred; experience with operatic conducting desirable.
- APPLICATION MATERIALS TO BE SUBMITTED ONLINE: Application form, application letter and curriculum vitae including educational background, previous academic appointments and artistic credentials. See position posting at UMKC Human Resources website: http://info.umkc.edu/hr/careers/academic-positions/. Use search keywords "vocal coach."
- Application Deadline: Review of application materials will begin June 4th, and will continue until the position is filled.
University of Mississippi: Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano, Temporary (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 18 March 2021)
- Temporary Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano. Nine-month, full-time, benefits eligible position in the Department of Music beginning August 15, 2021. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Funds are available for continued professional development, and the University offers an extremely competitive retirement plan. The initial appointment begins August 15, 2021 and may be renewed for up to two additional years by mutual agreement. Extension beyond three years will be dependent on available budget funding.
- Responsibilities: Develop and direct a new Master of Music in Collaborative Piano degree; collaborate with faculty, students, and guest artists for recitals, juries, and area meetings; advise, assign, and supervise graduate assistants in collaborative piano; coach chamber ensembles; teach courses primarily in area of expertise (collaborative piano – instrumental/chamber, applied lessons, piano pedagogy, secondary keyboard instruments, class piano, piano literature) and design new courses specific to the degree, as needed; maintain a strong performing profile outside of the university; and actively recruit graduate students. Additional duties include departmental and university service, as well as service to the discipline in the form of active membership in professional organizations.
- Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree or Doctorate in piano or collaborative piano required. Significant professional activity, as well as at least three (3) years of university teaching experience, required. The successful candidate will be an outstanding performer of collaborative repertoire, will have a compelling professional profile, and will be able to recruit talented graduate students.
- Application Procedures: First, submit an online application via www.careers.olemiss.edu and upload a cover letter and a current curriculum vitae. Second, email the following materials to Prof. Amanda Johnston, Chair of the Search Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org): 1) comprehensive repertoire lists – instrumental/vocal/chamber (according to area of expertise); 2) links to videos of performances/recitals illustrating breadth of current collaborative activity; 3) links to professional recordings (if applicable); 4) sample recital programs; and 5) list of three references. Note: all submissions must be electronic, using Google Drive, YouTube, Dropbox, or other comparable platforms (no CDs/DVDs).
- Application deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately. The position will remain open until filled or until an adequate applicant pool is established. Only complete applications will be considered.
University of Montana: Teacher of Applied Piano (part-time) (Deadline: 10 June 2021)
- The University of Montana School of Music seeks a dedicated Teacher of Applied Piano to join a vibrant and active program that provides excellent training and guidance at the undergraduate and master’s level.
- Responsibilities include, but not limited to: Teach and recruit undergraduate and graduate piano majors. Provide mentorship to students. Teach upper-division keyboard literature and other related courses according to the needs of the Keyboard Division and School of Music. Participate in departmental activities including solo and collaborative performing. Serve as co-artistic director of the Celebrate Piano Series. Teach and recruit for the summer Piano Camp. Build relationships with the teachers’ organizations (such as MTNA) in the city, state and region
- Required Skills: Evidence of success in teaching undergraduate and/or graduate applied piano, performing, recruiting, and mentoring. Experience guiding creative activity. Record of creative/scholarly accomplishments, as demonstrated through national and/or international presentations at music conferences, performances, master classes, recordings, publications, and/or professional leadership. Ability to cultivate the uniquely collaborative atmosphere in our piano program who can contribute, through their teaching, performing, and service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community and who will work to build relationships with other departments within the College of the Arts and Media, the city of Missoula, the state of Montana, and beyond.
- Minimum Required Qualifications: Earned D.M.A, D.M., or PhD in piano performance with an emphasis/cognate in another area of interest such as collaborative piano, music business, etc. Evidence of successful teaching and performing
- Position Details: This position is being offered as a part-time, non-tenurable appointment without benefits
- How to Apply: Priority Application Date: Thursday, June 10, 2021 by 11:59 PM (Mountain Time). Complete applications received by the ‘Priority Application Date’ will be guaranteed consideration. The position will remain open until filled. Candidates are required to submit the following materials online.
- A complete application Includes:
- Letter of Interest – addressing your qualifications and experience related to the stated required skills for the position. A general letter salutation such as “Dear Search Committee” or “Dear Hiring Manager” is acceptable.
- Detailed Resume – listing education and describing work experience
- Professional References – names and contact information for three (3) professional references
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna: University Professor for Piano (Deadline: 31 March 2021)
- Teaching and examining responsibilities for piano courses required in the studies of orchestral conducting, choral conducting and opera répétiteur (Korrepetitor). Required is a competent pedagogical guidance concerning diverse pianistic levels; as well as teaching tailored for the specific requirements for professional conducting and serving as répétiteur.
- Collaborating in artistic and pedagogical projects at the Department of Conducting
- Collaborating in the development of arts in piano studies
- Collaborating in organizational and administrative activities and participating in evaluations as well
- Gross salary, according to the collective agreement, amounts to € 5.321,70 per month (14 salaries per year). A possible higher salary, depending on qualifications and previous experience, is subject to appointment negotiations.
- REQUIRED LANGUAGES: GERMAN: Excellent
- Skills/Qualifications: Pedagogical and didactic expertise in graduate and post-graduate studies in this field;;Management expertise in the organizational field; Open to team work
- Specific Requirements: A graduate-level degree in piano performance from domestic or foreign universities and/or an equivalent artistic expertise; Outstanding musical and artistic qualification for the vacant post; Outstanding pedagogical and didactic qualification for the vacant post which may be tested by the examining board; International concertizing experience as a pianist; Qualified practical experience in collaborating with conductors and orchestras
- Selection process: Applications must be submitted in electronic form via the mdw application portal https://www.mdw.ac.at/bewerbungsportal. All application material should be sent in PDF format. It should be specifically mentioned, however, that applicants who are invited to the audition will not receive remuneration from the university for incurred travel and hotel expenses.
- Full details on institutional site (German only): https://www.mdw.ac.at/bewerbungsportal/professur/35
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna: Senior Lecturer for Piano (Deadline: 02 June 2021)
- Tasks: Autonomous teaching and examining with a focus on the instruction of students in all music pedagogical disciplines with a major in piano and mandatory piano for other instruments and voice. Collaboration in the field of development of the arts at the department. Participation in administrative/organizational duties, examination boards and evaluation procedures
- According to the Austrian collective labour agreement, the monthly gross pay is at a minimum € 2.971,50 (14 times), in case of job-related former experience a gross pay of € 3.522,70 (at a maximum) is possible.
- REQUIRED LANGUAGES: GERMAN: Excellent
- Skills/Qualifications: A completed university education appropriate to the position or an artistic qualification of equal value. Outstanding artistic qualifications as a pianist. The proof of qualified piano pedagogical achievements that correspond to the requirements of the position
- Specific Requirements: Profiled concert activity with a diverse repertoire, including music of the 20th and 21st century. Experience in teaching students of different age groups and performing abilities.
- Full details on institutional site (German only): https://www.mdw.ac.at/bewerbungsportal/mittelbau/79
University of Nebraska at Kearney: Collaborative Pianist (Deadline: 12 April 2021)
- The University of Nebraska at Kearney’s Department of Music, Theatre, & Dance is seeking a Staff Collaborative Pianist. Opportunities for additional compensation for collaboration with students, faculty, and guest artists are available. This position is a renewable full-time, nine-month appointment and will begin on August 9th, 2021.
- Duties for this position will be to provide collaborative piano services in support of instruction and public presentation that includes rehearsals, and performances for vocal ensembles, including some—but not all—of the following: UNK Choraleers, Collegium, Men’s Chorus, Women’s Chorus, Opera Workshop or Music Theatre Productions, and Nebraskats, Multi-day Choir Tours as well as select faculty/student recitals and other duties as assigned. Some evening and weekend availability both on and off campus will be required. Opportunities for additional compensation for collaboration with students, faculty, and guest artists are available.
- Required Qualifications: Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance, Accompanying, or Collaborative Piano; Strong Sight Reading Skills.
- Preferred Qualifications: Master of Music degree in Accompanying or Collaborative Piano; professional experience in collaborative performance, in several of the following categories: choral ensemble, opera/musical theatre, vocal and instrumental recital chamber ensembles.
- For questions regarding the position, please contact: Paul Twigg, email@example.com
- Documents Needed to Apply: Required Documents: Cover Letter; List of 3 References; Curriculum Vitae; Media File. Optional Documents: Transcripts
University of North Carolina School of the Arts: Performing Artist (Deadline: 14 May 2021)
- Description of Work: The purpose of the position is to provide accompaniment on piano and/or percussion instruments. Employees in this class provide musical/instrumental support for a series of varying exercises designed to develop physical skills necessary for dance and provide appropriate musical support for solo or classroom singing, rehearsals, and concerts.
- Description of Responsibilities and Duties: The primary purpose of this position is to provide live music for dance classes, both ballet and contemporary strongly preferred, for approximately 30 hours a week over the course of the school year. Secondary duties include additional duties or special projects in service of the SOD, determined by the supervisor. These include rehearsal, learning repertoire, playing for the NC Festival of Dance, research and special projects for the school of dance, composing or performing for SOD performances, or any other special projects for the school.
- Minimum Qualifications: Formal study and/or special study in assigned performing art sufficient to demonstrate technical and artistic skills in music theory, composition, sight-reading, arranging, and improvisation; or equivalent combination of training and experience.
- Preferred Qualifications: Professional level facility and classical technique on piano or percussion. Extensive background accompanying ballet and contemporary dance. Sight-reading, arranging, and improvisation.
- Terms of Employment: S6 9 month Aug-April
- Open Date: 04/29/2021
- Close Date: 05/14/2021
- Salary Range: $26,736
- Required Documents: Resume
- Optional Documents: Cover Letter, List of References
University of Northern Iowa: Instructor, Piano (Deadline: 16 February 2021)
- The University of Northern Iowa's School of Music seeks applications for a two-year term position of Instructor of Piano, starting August 2021. Primary duties include providing individual piano instruction to undergraduate and graduate students in applied piano and teaching classes in piano literature or other courses according to qualifications and departmental need. The successful candidate must maintain an active service portfolio. Additional assignments depend on department need and area(s) of expertise.
- Education Requirements: Doctoral degree in piano with completion by August 2021 required.
- Required Qualifications: Required qualifications include recognition for excellence as a teacher and performer with demonstrated skills and understanding of a broad range of piano literature with a minimum of four years of experience as a studio teacher at the collegiate level.
University of Oklahoma: Assistant/Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy and Applied Piano (Deadline: 15 December 2020)
- The University of Oklahoma School of Music seeks a dedicated teacher of piano pedagogy and applied piano to join a program long known for the nurturing and development of generations of exceptional teachers and musicians.
- Responsibilities: Teach and recruit undergraduate and graduate piano pedagogy and performance majors. Serve on undergraduate and graduate committees, including DMA doctoral committees, participate in doctoral document advising, and provide mentorship to students. Teach graduate piano pedagogy and piano-pedagogy related courses according to the needs of the department. Participate in departmental activities including solo and collaborative performing. Contribute to School, College, and University service. Maintain an active and visible international, national and regional teaching and performing outreach schedule.
- Required Qualifications: Earned D.M.A, D.M, or PhD in piano pedagogy, piano pedagogy and performance, piano performance with an emphasis /cognate in piano pedagogy, or related experience. Evidence of successful teaching and performing.
- Desired Qualifications: Evidence of success in teaching undergraduate and/or graduate piano pedagogy and applied piano, performing, recruiting, and mentoring. Other desired qualifications may include experience guiding creative activity at the graduate level; record of creative/scholarly accomplishments, as demonstrated through national and international presentations at music conferences, performances, master classes, recordings, publications, and/or professional leadership. We are especially interested in candidates who will help cultivate the uniquely collaborative atmosphere in our piano program and who can contribute, through their teaching, performing, and service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community and who will work to build relationships with other departments within the College and the University.
- Application Instructions: Please submit 1) a letter of application, 2) a complete curriculum vita, 3) a digital link to video-recorded piano pedagogy and/or applied piano teaching, minimum 30 min, in two different segments, 4) digital links to (video recorded) solo performances, minimum 30 minutes of music, including works from standard repertoire by two different composers, and 5) at least three current letters of reference.
- Applications should be submitted online via ByCommittee at https://apply.interfolio.com/80947.
- Screening of applicants will begin on December 15, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled.
- Send To: Dr. Barbara Fast, Chair, Piano Search Committee, University of Oklahoma School of Music, 500 West Boyd, Room 138; Norman, OK 73019
University of Prince Edward Island: Tenure Track Position - Applied Piano (Fall 2022) (Deadline: 15 September 2021)
- The Department of Music at the University of Prince Edward Island invites applications for a tenure-track position (beginning July 1, 2022) in Applied Piano. We are seeking a dynamic performer and pedagogue to invigorate our piano studio, perform as a soloist and collaborative musician, and offer leadership to the PEI musical community. Duties include the instruction of courses in applied piano, collaborative piano, and piano pedagogy, plus assistance with the department’s recruitment and outreach activities. Additional teaching duties based on the strengths of the successful candidate are normally assigned, so the ability to teach in other areas of our music curriculum would be a strong asset. The individual would be expected to maintain a high level of solo and collaborative performance, both at UPEI and beyond. The successful applicant will hold a doctoral degree in piano (or be close to completion) with experience in both solo and collaborative performance, and a commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching. This position is subject to final budgetary approval.
- Application Instructions: Please submit the following material electronically in a single PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org: a letter of application and curriculum vitae, statements of your teaching philosophy and methodology, and a list of YouTube links to a variety of your performances representing a diverse set of solo piano works. Also, please arrange to have three current letters of reference sent directly to the address below: Piano Position Search Committee, c/o Department of Music, University of Prince Edward Island, 550 University Avenue, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4P3, Email: email@example.com
- In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. UPEI is committed to the principle of equity in employment.
- The closing date for applications is September 15, 2021.
University of Regina: Assistant Professor - Piano Performance (Deadline: 14 June 2021)
- The Department of Music in the Faculty of Media, Art and Performance (MAP) at the University of Regina, invites applications for a tenure-track position in Piano Performance, to commence July 1, 2021.
- Responsibilities of the position include teaching applied piano and piano-related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Music Department and the Faculty of MAP. Specific teaching responsibilities may also be assigned according to the needs of the Department and/or Faculty and in consideration of the background and abilities of the candidate.
- The successful candidate will: help recruit, advise, and retain students; supervise graduate and undergraduate student work; serve on department, faculty, and university committees; participate in Faculty, university, and community life; and establish and maintain a local and national reputation and network as a piano performer. Moreover, the successful candidate will engage community partners and stakeholders, such as local and provincial piano studios.
- Position Requirements
- The successful candidate must hold a PhD, DMA or equivalent professional experience, as well as a successful track record of teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
- The successful candidate should have a history of excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level and an active record as a performer of solo and chamber repertoire for piano. We are seeking an individual with a strong research program and professional experience as a performer in music.
- Demonstrated success in teaching applied piano and related piano performance courses is required (such as pedagogy, collaborative piano, techniques, repertoire, and performance workshops). Proven success in solo and collaborative piano performance and its continuation within and outside the university setting, is also expected. The successful candidate will also have demonstrated success in teaching to diverse students and creating an inclusive studio.
- Knowledge of, and experience with, the Regina and southern Saskatchewan vocal community is a definite asset.
- Contact Information: If you require further information regarding this competition, please contact the faculty/department you are applying to. Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance, University of Regina, Regina SK S4S 0A2, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Applicants are asked to provide:
- 1. The name, position and contact information (email and phone number) for 3 referees, that should be uploaded under the heading ’Reference Contact Information." The University will request letters of reference from the referees of short-listed applicants.
- 2. Teaching and recruiting philosophy that should be uploaded to “Teaching Philosophy”
- 3. A Statement of Creative Practice that should be uploaded to “Research Interests/Projects”
- 4. “Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness” should include material such as student evaluations, letters/testimonials from students, or other
- 5. An applied piano lesson syllabus uploaded to “Sample Syllabus 1”
- 6. Syllabi for piano-related courses taught such as piano pedagogy, repertoire, and collaborative piano, uploaded to “Sample Syllabus 2”
- 7. Links to video(s) of the applicant in a live performance such as recitals, solo performances, performances in productions, or other projects) uploaded to “Sample Research Publication 1”
- Job Open Date: 05/26/2021
- Job Close Date: 06/14/2021
University of South Carolina: Assistant Professor, Piano and Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 16 September 2020)
- The Assistant Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy will engage in significant professional activities, maintaining regional, national, and international visibility in music research, pedagogy, and/or performance. Primary teaching duties in piano pedagogy, group piano, and applied piano, as needed. Recruit students for undergraduate and graduate piano and piano pedagogy programs. Other duties as assigned.
- Required Education and Experience: Earned Doctorate (or ABD) is required, with priority given to applicants with specialization and graduate degrees in piano pedagogy.
- Preferred Qualifications: Primary consideration will be given to candidates with a record of successful group piano teaching and related administrative and leadership skills. Preference for a candidate who demonstrates previous experience and/or potential for innovative instruction in piano pedagogy, to meet the needs of the 21st century pianist.
- Job Open Date: 09/16/2020
- Open Until Filled: Yes
- Special Instructions to Applicant: Please upload a letter of application, curriculum vitae, contact information for at least three letters of recommendation, and links to three recent video and/or audio solo performances. Second round materials, including group and private teaching videos, will be solicited at a later date.
- Materials requested 11/4
- Zoom interview requested 12/2
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley: One Year Appointment Lecturer I – Applied Music (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 06 May 2021)
- The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley is seeking applications for a one-year appointment Lecturer I in Applied Music to join the UTRGV School of Music to start Fall 2021 in Brownsville & Edinburg campuses. Primary responsibilities include teaching Class Piano, Aural Skills, World Music and Accompanying; and other duties assigned as needed by the School of Music Director. The position requires a demonstrated record of performance and a successful teaching record. Candidates should demonstrate the potential for continued scholarly/performance and recruitment activity. The successful candidate will be assigned the standard academic teaching load for the one-year appointment lecture position (maximum of 15 credit hours per semester or a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester).
- There will be multiple positions with teaching assignments in, Piano and Theory.
- Minimum Qualifications: Master’s in Music is required from an accredited university.
- Discipline Specific Required Qualifications: University performance and teaching experience.
- Preferred Qualification: Doctorate of Musical Arts Preferred from an accredited university. Performance and teaching experience on the instrument, ability to recruit students, secondary teaching experience. Preference is given to applicants who are willing to teach at both the Brownsville and Edinburg campuses.
- Desired Start Date: 09/01/2021
- Special Instructions to Applicants: Complete all sections on the application. If you are applying for the first time please complete all biographical information including address, email and phone. You may update this at any time by selecting to edit your profile in the application. Security sensitive; conviction verification conducted on applicant selected.
- The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley reserves the right to discontinue accepting applications prior to the stated close date of this position, after meeting the posting requirement of three (3) calendar days.
- All applicants will need to apply on line: careers.utrgv.edu
- All required documents must be upload on line to be considered for this position: Required Documents 1. Curriculum Vitae 2. List of 3 References 3. Letter of Interest 4. Unofficial Transcripts (graduate and undergraduate – Once hired, official transcript are required) 5. Other Document: Link to Current Recordings
- Open Date: 05/06/2021
- Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2020-21
University of Virginia: Jazz Piano Adjunct Instructor (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 23 February 2021)
- The University of Virginia Department of Music seeks applications for the position of Adjunct Instructor in Jazz Piano. Responsibilities include developing a studio of undergraduate piano students, and other potential performance opportunities on a per-service basis.
- Qualifications: Graduate degree in piano performance or pedagogy or commensurate experience. Demonstrated excellence as a jazz performer of solo and ensemble music and experience or strong potential as a teacher of undergraduate students. Candidates should be comfortable teaching students of varying skill levels (music majors and non-majors). Compensation is per service for studio teaching; 2020-21 rate is $750 per student per semester of weekly one-hour lessons. Appointment to begin immediately.
- Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and review will continue until the position is filled.
- To apply, please submit an application online through Workday at https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs and attach a current Cover Letter, CV/Resume, Contact information for 3 professional references. In addition, please attach a link to live recordings of three contrasting works, which may include solo piano and chamber music. Search on requisition number: R0022231.
- Questions about this position should be directed to Kim Turner, Department Finance and Administration Manager, at email@example.com.
Wake Forest University: Assistant Professor, Piano Performance (Deadline: 15 November 2020)
- The Department of Music at Wake Forest University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in Piano Performance to begin July 1, 2021. We seek an active performer and dedicated teacher with experience in a wide range of classical and contemporary music. We especially welcome applications from candidates who have expertise in music from traditionally underrepresented composers and cultural traditions. Successful applicants will maintain an active performance schedule and teach undergraduate piano lessons at all levels, as well as courses and seminars for music majors and non-majors. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion by way of teaching, performing, publishing, or volunteer experiences and/or practices. A Doctorate is preferred, but a MM with equivalent performance experience will be considered.
- Job Description: Interested applicants should apply via the University’s career website at: http://www.wfu.careers/. The application should be submitted as ONE PDF file, which includes all of the following: (1) a current CV; (2) a cover letter detailing qualifications and addressing the candidate’s academic, professional, and teaching preparedness; (3) a separate statement addressing the candidate’s capacity to respond in pedagogically productive ways to the learning needs of students from diverse backgrounds in a liberal arts context; (4) links to audio and/or video recordings and (5) current contact information for three references. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but to guarantee full consideration they should be received by November 15 , 2020. If access to the internet is a difficulty, a hard copy of the application can be submitted to Dr. Peter Kairoff, Chair, Department of Music, Wake Forest University, P.O. Box 7345, Winston-Salem, NC 27109.
- Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the position or department. Inquiries about the application process and document submission may be addressed to email@example.com.
- request for interview 12/7
- Final round zoom on 2/27
- Congratulations, Larry Weng (Yale DMA), for winning this job!
Washington & Lee University: Assistant Professor of Music - Applied Piano (Deadline: 01 October 2020)
- The Washington and Lee University Department of Music invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music position. This teacher-artist will give lessons to applied piano students and teach in a secondary area with preference given to those who are interested in music history survey courses. The person in this position may also teach the department’s music appreciation course, Introduction to Music. The appointment begins July 1, 2021.
- Applicants should possess a significant record of solo and collaborative piano performance and a commitment to pursuing performance opportunities on and off-campus in addition to teaching. The department places a premium on good interpersonal skills and the ability to recruit student pianists. Service on university, college, and departmental committees is expected and other duties may be assigned.
- Qualifications: Strong candidates should possess a doctorate in music or have completed one by the time of appointment. A demonstrable record of teaching excellence and a commitment to providing a high-quality music education in a liberal arts context are essential.
- Review of applications will begin October 1, 2020. Candidates should submit:
- a letter of application summarizing current and future scholarship, teaching interests and experience, and demonstrating the ability to work with a diverse student population
- a CV
- three confidential letters of recommendation
- Samples of work, such as recordings and/or publications that demonstrate current scholarship and performance will be requested at a later date.
- All materials should be submitted via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/78114. Please submit your file by October 1, 2020 for full consideration.
- For more information, please contact Dr. Shane Lynch, search committee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 10/30 Recordings Requested
- week of 11/2 Zoom Interviews
Webster University: Visiting Professor of Music/Director of Keyboard Studies (Deadline: 15 February 2021)
- Webster University in St. Louis, MO announces a full-time, tenure-track position in music at the assistant professor level to begin in August, 2021. We are seeking a director of keyboard studies who is a highly innovative, stylistically versatile pianist and active performer with a strong background in collaboration, pedagogy, and outreach.
- Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in music and a substantial record of relevant professional experience.
- Preferred Qualifications: Earned doctorate in music (Ph.D., D.M.A., etc.) with experience teaching at the undergraduate level. The ideal candidate will have performing and collaborative experience in multiple styles and genres, expertise in piano pedagogy at all levels, strong ability to recruit students to the piano program, and ability to teach other courses in the music core or general education curriculum. Ability to teach remotely as well as in-person is expected.
- Essential Duties: The appointee will teach applied piano and oversee the keyboard curriculum including class piano, piano pedagogy and literature, and chamber music. The appointee will also teach a music core, general education, or interdisciplinary course, depending on the candidate’s expertise and needs of the Department. Coordination of and assigning students to contingent faculty, and recruitment for the keyboard area are important components of the appointee’s administrative responsibilities. The appointee will be expected to engage in student advising activities and supervise student projects and research. Faculty members are expected to engage in appropriate creative and scholarly endeavors, and to serve the profession and the University.
- Special Instructions to Applicants: For priority consideration please apply by February 15, 2021 and include a list of references with contact information.
- 5/14 Included in rejection email from Webster University: Position filled by Melissa Coppola (DMA-University of Michigan)
Western Carolina University: Assistant Professor - Piano and Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: 08 February 2021)
- The Western Carolina University School of Music seeks a full time, 9-month tenure-track faculty member in Piano and Piano Pedagogy to begin August 1st, 2021. Review of applications will begin on or about February 8, 2021 and continue until a candidate has been selected for hired.
- The faculty member will be responsible for teaching music major core piano classes in engaging and innovative ways and will work with faculty colleagues to coordinate the class piano sequence with music theory and aural skills courses.
- The successful candidate is expected to demonstrate commitment to student success, respect for diversity, an understanding of culturally responsive teaching, and knowledge of class piano as it relates to majors in different degree tracks in general music, music education, performance, and commercial music and audio production.
- Primary teaching duties are in class piano with other duties assigned based on the School of Music needs. Sustained engagement in scholarship (research and/or performance) is expected, along with the ability and willingness to assist with the School’s accompanying and recruiting needs.
- Minimum Qualifications: An earned Doctorate (DMA or PhD) is required with specialization in piano pedagogy, including class piano. Two years or more of demonstrated experience teaching class piano at the collegiate level are also required.
- Preferred Qualifications: Primary consideration will be given to candidates with a record of successful group and solo piano teaching at the collegiate level, demonstrated ability to teach piano skills effectively in the context of an undergraduate musicianship core, experience coordinating class piano instructors and their schedules, and success in developing and ensuring uniform assessment standards across multiple sections.
- Expertise in pertinent music technology and appropriate integration of teaching technology including learning management systems such as Canvas or Blackboard is also desired, as well as the experience or ability to teach seminars in piano pedagogy, collaborative piano, other keyboard-related areas, music theory, and aural skills courses.
- Position Type: Permanent Full-Time
- Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants must apply online in order to be considered. Hard copy materials will not be accepted for review. In addition to the basic application, applicants must upload the following required attachments: CV, cover letter, a listing of courses taught including dates and institutions, unofficial transcripts from highest earned degree, and a list of references (include complete contact information). For questions or additional info, please contact search committee chair, Dr. Shannon Thompson, email@example.com
Wheaton College: Piano, Guest Lecturer (part-time) (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 01 March 2021)
- The Conservatory of Music at Wheaton College (Illinois) invites application for a part-time guest lecturer position in piano to begin August 2021. Responsibilities will include teaching applied piano; additional responsibilities dependent on the skills, interest, and experience of the successful candidate, may include work in areas such as piano pedagogy, piano ensemble, or collaborative piano. All candidates should have evidence of successful teaching experience in applied piano, and the minimum of an earned master’s degree or its equivalent in a piano-related area.
- Priority will be given to applicants with a record of strong teaching, accomplished performance, and Christian faith.
- Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
- WHEATON COLLEGE is an evangelical Protestant Christian liberal arts college whose faculty and staff affirm a Statement of Faith and adhere to lifestyle expectations of the Wheaton College Community Covenant. Wheaton is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse and talented workforce and student body. We encourage the expression of multiple perspectives within a Christian worldview, inside and outside the classroom. For more information about Wheaton College visit www.wheaton.edu.
York College of Pennsylvania: Adjunct Professor of Music - Piano (Deadline: 01 November 2020, but review begins immediately (posted 10/8/20)
- Applications are invited for an Adjunct Professor in the Department of The Arts and Humanities to teach courses in piano. Other duties include holding office hours and communicating with department faculty.
- Requirements: Candidates should have a BA in Music or related area and a minimum of 2 years of professional experience in their discipline. Candidates will demonstrate excellence and experience in their field. Additionally, it is highly desired that candidates have experience teaching in an online format.
- Application Instructions: Interested candidates should electronically submit a letter of application, CV, contact information for three references, link to online portfolio of professional work. Link to examples of student work and teaching evaluations, as applicable..
- Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications should be received by November 1, 2020.
- The entire higher ed system of Pennsylvania is having retrenchment (faculty layoffs). I would stay away from this.
Schools with Failed or Canceled Searches
I know that searching for a position can be discouraging. It's very competitive out there and there are more and more qualified candidates. Be positive, be confident, and keep applying!
P.S. This is a new editor. So if something doesn't work, I'll try and fix it.