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OFFICE OF CAREER COUNSELING AND PLACEMENT Virginia Probasco, Admin. Ass’t 1 E. Mount Vernon Place email@example.com Room P06, Conservatory Hours, 1 - 5 p.m. (410) 659-8100 x4450 Baltimore, MD 21202 JOB VACANCY BULLETIN NO. 499 www.peabody.jhu.edu/jvb January 15, 2006 CONGRATULATIONS Pan Ensemble in Douglas MacClure's Caribbean Mass. Ms. Stevens will be presenting a tribute to Peabody's 150th Composer JUDAH ADASHI (MM '02, DMA in-progress, Anniversary at the Pembroke campus of the University of North Faculty) was recently commissioned to write a solo marimba Carolina in Moore Concert Hall at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, February work for Michigan State University faculty member and Peabody 9. DEBORAH THURLOW (MM '88, Voice) and GAIL alumna GWENDOLYN BURGETT THRASHER. Ms. Thrasher MORFESIS (BM, MM Voice '80) will join her in the concert commissioned the piece for a forthcoming CD, which will also that is part of the Opera Workshop development seminar, "The feature commissioned works by Roshanne Etezady, Doug Fisk, Operatic Accompanist" with pianist Erica Rome. In the fall of Ryan Howard, Lukas Ligeti, and Alejandro Vinao. As composer- 2007 Ms. Stevens will be performing Brahm's Liebeslieder in-residence at An die Musik, Mr. Adashi also directs the Waltzes with the voice faculty of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Evolution Contemporary Music Series. The concert will take Church. place on Friday February 9. It will feature RYAN SCOTT EBRIGHT (MM’06, Musicology and Voice), LEAH INGER AMINO PAGIN has won first prize in the "11th Premio (GPD ’05, Voice), BONNIE LANDER (a master’s degree Pianistico Pausilypon” international piano competition held in student of Phyllis Bryn-Julson), and ANDREA MOORE (BM mid-December, 2006, in Naples, Italy. While at Peabody, Mr. ’01, Voice), performing a recital of vocal works by Thomas Pagin studied with Leon Fleisher. Visit www.aimopagin.com or Ades, David Del Tredici, Osvaldo Golijov, John Harbison, http://guide.dada.net/critica_di_musica_classica/interventi/2006/ Bernard Rands, and Joseph Schwantner. The concert is at 8:00 12/280235.shtml pm; there will be a pre-concert conversation with Peabody faculty member PHYLLIS BRYN-JULSON and Baltimore Sun JORY VINIKOUR (’83, Piano) will give a harpsichord recital music critic Tim Smith at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $12/$8 students & “Music before 1800” on February 4, 2007 at 4 p.m. in the Corpus seniors; call 410.385.2638. Christi Church in New York City, 529 W 121st St. The program includes Bach's Fourth Partita, Handel’s Suite in g minor, and ROBYN (WOODLE) STEVENS (MM '88, Voice) was a soloist his G Major Chaconne. The harpsichord, made by Titus Crijnen, in a concert presented at The Cathedral of St. Matthew the comes from the collection of Nicholas Bunning. For information Apostle during December and, recently was soprano soloist in on tickets, and for more information about this series of concerts, Handel's Messiah with the University of North Carolina Concert please follow the following link: http://www.mb1800.org, write Choir and Orchestra, and soloist with the Pembroke Singers and to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-666-9266. of age, inclusive. (Must not have reached the 36th birthday on the day Opera Ignoti Dei, TIM NELSON (BM ’04, Composition) of the competition.). Harp and Guitar: From 17 to 31 years of age, founder and director, and the American Opera Theatre will inclusive. (Must not have reached the 32nd birthday on the day of the present a new production of Händel's Acis and Galatea. The competition.). Applications are available in the Placement Office or production, advertised for “kids and kids at heart,” turns the contact Virginia Probasco at email@example.com theater into a circus tent complete with aerial performance, magic, tumbling, juggling, and a dancing bear. After a two week SARASATE INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN COMPETITION takes run in Baltimore at the Theater Project ( January 19-21 & 25-27) place Sept. 14 – 21, 2007 in Pamplona Spain for violinists age 15 – the production will tour throughout the Midwest. 28. Details are available in the Placement Office, or at www.americanoperatheater.org For tickets to the Baltimore www.cfnavarra.es/sarasate Deadline is May 5, 2007. shows, call 410-752-8558. Please continue sending your Good News to Virginia Probasco OPERA at the address above, or to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. OPERA AMERICA CAREER GUIDE UPDATES - listings of NEWS NOTES - OTHER EVENTS auditions and application deadlines are available in this bimonthly publication. It is available in the Placement Office for your reference. MARYLAND ARTS DAY AND CONFERENCE - February 6 from 9 am to 3:30 pm, Miller Senate Building, Annapolis. Join arts GRANT PARK CHORUS AUDITIONS take place Feb. 12 – 24 for supporters from across the state to communicate the value of the arts the 60 member chorus that is a resident ensemble of the Jay Pritzker to the newly elected leadership in Annapolis This is a unique Pavilion in Chicago’s Millennium Park. For more details about the opportunity to voice your support directly to state representatives. chorus, visit www.grantparkmusicfestival.com Deadline is Jan. 20, Other highlights include educational presentations on Maryland’s 2007. Creative Economy, Arts in Education, and an update on the Arts and Entertainment Districts. Continental breakfast, box lunch and afternoon reception included for $35. Group discounts available. SUMMER FESTIVALS Register here: http://184.108.40.206/mad_registration.html Bus AND STUDY PROGRAMS transportation is available. For information and/or to reserve a space on the bus, call/email: Shawn James, email@example.com Auditions at Peabody: ARTS HELP LINE offers free legal advice. The University of Baltimore has provided students and artists in the community with a Aspen – Strings Thur., Jan. 18 resource made possible by the Baltimore Renaissance Scholars Seed www.aspen.com/musicfestival Fund 2006. This year it will help fund the MLA/UB Arts Help Line, an informational line designed to help artists and arts organizations. Eastern Music Festival Sat. Jan. 27 Working in affiliation with the Maryland Lawyers for the Arts, www.easternmusicfestival.org University of Baltimore Law students will aid callers by providing them with free legal information regarding an array of areas, whether National Repertory Orchestra, Mon. Feb. 5 it is information in how to protect their work, trademark, copyright or www.nromusic.com other topics of interest to artists. Those issues that require greater assistance including legal advice will be directed to the Maryland Yellow Barn Tues., Feb. 6 Lawyers for the Arts attorneys who provide pro bono legal assistance www.yellowbarn.org to income eligible artists and non-profit arts organizations. The MLA/UB Help Line is here to help so please call 410.545.0463 to AIMS, Voice, Fri, Feb. 16 receive a prompt response to your questions. www.aimsgraz.com COMPETITIONS Chautauqua, Sat. Feb. 11 www.ciweb.org THE AMERICAN MUSIC CENTER Opportunity Update, containing information about composition competitions, is available in the AIMS, Orchestra, Sun. Feb. 25 Placement Office for your reference. www.aimsgraz.com BALTIMORE MUSIC CLUB competition will take place Sunday, CORTONA CONTRMPORARY MUSIC FESTIVAL takes place July Feb. 25, 2007 for the instrumental division and Sunday, March 4, 13 – 22 in Cortona, Italy. The festival brings composers and 2007 for piano and voice. Competitions take place at the Peabody instrumentalists together in the creation of new repertoire for piano, Towson Preparatory, 949 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, MD. violin, guitar, and flute. Participants engage in private lessons, Deadline for the Instrumental Division is Feb. 9, and for Piano and masterclasses and coaching sessions that culminate in the world Voice, Feb. 16, 2007. Age categories: Student Strings, Winds, Piano, premiere of a new work. The faculty includes Duo46, MATT and Voice: From 17 to 21 years of age, inclusive. (Must not have GOULD (BM ’91, Guitar) and his wife, violinist Beth Schneider; and reached the 22nd birthday on the day of the competition.). Senior LISA CELLA (MM ’91, GPD ’93, Flute). For information, visit Strings, Winds, Piano, and Voice: From 22 to 26 years of age, www.cortonafestival.com or contact the artistic director Nathanael inclusive. (Must not have reached the 27th birthday on the day of the May firstname.lastname@example.org competition.). Professional Strings, Winds, and Piano: From 27 to 31 years of age, inclusive. (Must not have reached the 32nd birthday on ARIA International Summer Academy will be held at Ball State the day of the competition.). Professional Voice: From 27 to 35 years University, Muncie, IN, June 18 – 30 and July 2 – 14. The 2 program offers private lessons, chamber music, master classes, GRANTS AND AWARDS faculty and student concerts. The faculty includes Peabody Conservatory faculty members ALEXANDER SHTARKMAN, PEABODY CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS - Grants are YOUN HI MOON, and ALLISON WELLS. Applications are available for career enhancing activities in areas in which available in The Placement Office, or write: Mihai Tetel, Peabody offers a program. Applications for grants are reviewed Director; AISA; Ball State University, School of Music; Muncie, three times a year - in October, February and April. Remaining IN 47306. www.bsu.edu/music/aria Deadline is March 23, deadlines for this academic year are February 9, 2007 and April 2007. 9, 2007. Proposals will be considered from graduate students, alumni within 5 years of graduation and from undergraduates UNIVERSITY OF SIENA, Italy, summer program, July 17 – who have been enrolled at Peabody for at least two years. Aug. 18, 2007, includes courses in Early Music, Organ, Chamber Typical projects include competitions, concerts, recordings, Music, Italian Language and Independent Studies. Information is publicity and performance expenses, and the purchase of available in the Placement Office, or request an application instruments/ equipment. Applications will not be considered for online at www.sienamusic.org regular college and university study, and proposals must be for a future event. For more information on application procedures SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL for chamber music and orchestra and eligibility requirements, please see the Career Development is held at Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO June 9 – July pages of the Peabody website: 4, 2007. It includes coachings, private lessons, master classes http://www.peabody.jhu.edu/careerdev or contact Jan McLean at and performances. In addition, faculty teach sessions that discuss email@example.com strategies for practice and how to prepare for orchestral auditions. Application forms and further information are available at GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS www.ArtsFestival.ColoradoCollege.edu/MusicFestival Deadline is March 15, 2007. Detailed information about the following assistantships can be obtained in the Placement Office or by contacting the institutions AMERICAN CONSERVATORY in Fontainebleau, France will listed: hold its summer session July 9 – Aug. 4, 2007. The program offers master classes in piano, violin, and cello; chamber music MANY AREAS/INSTRUMENTS – University of South Florida, coaching; and master classes and workshops in composition. http://music.arts.usf.edu French language classes are also available. Applications are available in The Placement Office, or visit www.fontainebleauschools.org Deadline is March 1, 2007. INTERNSHIPS CONDUCTOR’S INSITUTE AT BARD will take Place in GLIMMERGLASS OPERA (Cooperstown, NY) Summer Internship Annandale-on-Hudson, NY June 25 – Aug. 3, 2007. The Program includes a wide variety of positions in audio/video program offers private studies with Maestro Harold Farberman, engineering, costume construction, dramaturgy, stage management, master classes, class study, and podium time. Applications are marketing, photography, artistic administration, and other areas. Each available in the Placement Office, or write: Administrative intern will receive a weekly stipend and free housing. For further Director; CI; Bard College, PO Box 5000; Annandale-on- information, visit the Placement Office or the website at Hudson, NY 12504-5000. www.bard.edu/ci/ www.glimmerglass.org Deadline is March 2, 2007. BANFF Music and Sound Programs 2004 will take place at the JOB LISTINGS Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta, Canada May 21 – Aug. 18. The programs include composition, piano, brass, chamber music, Legend: cv=Curriculum vitae, MM/dp=Master's required, Doctorate voice, jazz, on various dates during the summer. Additional preferred information is available in the Placement Office, or write: Banff Please see clippings at the back of the bulletin for additional job Centre for the Arts; Office of the Registrar; Box 1020; 107 listings. Tunnel Mountain Dr.; Banff, Alberta, Canada T0L 0C0 www.banffcentre.ca Registration dates vary for each program ADMINISTRATION with the first deadline on January 26, 2007. A6 ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR - Young Audiences of APEI INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL takes place Maryland is a non-profit arts organization that brings arts education July 10 – 29, 2007 in GuangZhou, China. The festival includes programs into schools and communities across the state. YAMD has a strings, chamber music, piano, voice, dance, conducting and world $950,000 operating budget and 4 full-time and 4 part-time staff premiere composition with master classes, individual lessons, chamber members. The Assistant to the Executive Director will have the music coaching, and performance. Information is available in the opportunity to assist in a broad array of activities including: Placement Office or visit www.apeimusicfestival.com Deadline is programming, fundraising, marketing and board development. To April 2, 2007. perform this job successfully, an individual must excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; Strong verbal, written, and TORONTO SUMMER MUSIC ACADEMY – July 23 – Aug. 19, interpersonal communication skills; Ability to work independently as 2007 takes place on the campus of the University of Toronto for well as part of a team; and be a self-starter with ability to prioritize piano, strings, woodwinds. The programs include chamber music, and multitask in a fast-paced environment with flexibility and a percussion and opera (Barber of Seville). Applications are available positive attitude. This person assists the Executive Director in: in the Placement Office, or visit www.tsmaf.ca Application review Organization Managing the day-to-day operational and administrative begins Feb. 1, final deadline is April 1. activities. Setting and monitoring the Executive Director's daily schedule by arranging appointments, budgeting time, and preparation 3 of meetings. Screening correspondence and drafting correspondence Methodist Church (Lutherville area, 25 min drive from Peabody), on general inquiries for the Executive Director. Managing the from January to executive director’s files. Proofreading documents produced by May 2007 (dates flexible). Lead the congregation in hymn singing, be Executive Director. Organizing meetings. Coordinating recruitment, a leader of sopranos in a small choir, prepare occasional solo as interview and orientation process of new staff . Making necessary needed. Sunday choir rehearsal at 9.30 am and service at 10.30- arrangements for staff meetings. Compensation: Salary will be 11.30am. Need to be available for Ash Wednesday and one Holy between $28,000-$32,000 and Young Audiences of Maryland offers a Week service. Starting pay is $55 per call. Own transportation needed. competitive benefits package. Send cover letter, resume and salary For more info please contact Bozena J Brown: firstname.lastname@example.org or requirements to: Stacie Sanders, Executive Director, Young 410 366-4865. Audiences of Maryland, 927 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, FAX: 410.837.7579, or EMAIL: email@example.com for a full SINGERS needed to lead the congregation in hymns during Sunday job description. morning services at Old Otterbein United Methodist Church in downtown Baltimore near Camden Yards. In exchange for assisting A7 COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST – Peabody Preparatory. with the 11 a.m. service, singers are invited to use the time before the Coordinate the production of publications materials and assist with all service to perform any repertoire of their choosing. Singers are invited communications and marketing for the Peabody Preparatory. to the Fellowship Hall immediately following services. Contact Pastor Advertising: Develop annual advertising schedule including tracking Mernie Crane at 410-685-4703 or 410-725-5913 (cel) Please leave of reservation and artwork deadlines, contracts, and associated costs. message on both. SUBSTITUTE ORGANISTS are also needed. Develop content in conjunction with Preparatory Dean, Department Chairs, and Director of Communications. Implement design and final CHURCH ORGANIST position available in a culturally diverse production in conjunction with Graphic Designer. Reconcile the church. Organist will be responsible for two weekly services and one advertising budget and provides financial reports on a quarterly basis. rehearsal with chancel choir, beginning in September. Approximately Preparatory Publications: Coordinate production of fall and summer 10 hours/week. Two-manual nine rank M.P. Moller Pipe Organ course catalogs and spring update. Develop production schedule with Double Artiste. Salary - $13,000. Paid vacation available. Send Preparatory Administrative Manager, Graphic Designer and Director resume to Loch Raven United Methodist Church, 6622 Loch Raven of Communications and distributes production schedule to faculty and Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21239 Attn: Judith Zahren, Music Director. staff. Collect information from faculty pertaining to course For additional information please contact the church office at 410- descriptions, placement information, times, days, locations, age 825-0900. requirements, etc. Website/Online Communications: Develop content for Preparatory website including news items, calendar listings, COLLEGE TEACHING faculty bios, etc. BA/BS/BM degree strongly preferred or equivalent experience in Public Relations, Communications and Graphic Arts. The Music Vacancy List of the College Music Society is available in Working of knowledge of MS Office Suite and desktop publishing. the Placement Office for reference. Three years of relevant experience. Experience with purchasing and budget maintenance. Knowledge or appreciation of classical music CT7 THEORY/JAZZ/BRASS – University of West Florida. Teach and dance strongly preferred. Reference Job #27135. Apply on line undergraduate core theory and musicianship courses for majors. at http://jobs.jhu.edu or contact Homewood Human Resources at 410- Oversee jazz studies program, teach jazz courses or ensembles as 516-8048. appropriate. Teach applied lessons (brass). Earned doctorate expected although equivalent professional experience considered. CHURCH Apply online at https://jobs.uwf.edu and be prepared to attach a letter of interest, CV, 3 letters of recommendation list of professional CH3 PIANIST - The Church of Philippi, a Korean-American ethnic references, and teaching philosophy. Deadline is March 2, 2007. church in Columbia, MD, is in need of a pianist for the morning service choir. The pianist should be a Christian, and understanding CT8 VIOLIN – Louisiana State Univ. Recruit and teach undergrad Korean is an advantage. The compensation is negotiable. Required and graduate violin majors; teach courses in string literature and hours: 7AM-8:30AM every Sunday for practice; 8:30AM-9:30AM pedagogy, and coach chamber music. MM/dp. Submit letter, CV, Sunday morning service; 8:00PM-10:10PM first Friday of the month recent audio and video recording(s), and 3 letters of recommendation for practice. Please contact The Church of Philippi 410-992-0403, to: Dr. Sara Lynn Baird, Associate Dean; College of Music & 9033-F Red Branch Road, Columbia MD 21045 or eamil to Dramatic Arts; Attn: violin Search, Ref #023040; LSU; Baton Rouge, firstname.lastname@example.org. LA 70803-2504. Deadline is Feb. 1, 2007 – open until filled. CH4 PIANIST needed at St. Luke’s Church for Saturday evening CT9 DIRECTOR OF CHORAL STUDIES – Western Michigan Contemporary Services and Thursday evening choir rehearsals. 5 University. Administer choral program, direct masters program in hours per week. choral conducting; conduct University Chorale and at least one other choral ensemble. Teach choral conducting and literature classes. CH5 MINISTER OF MUSIC/CHOIR DIRECTOR needed at Earned doctorate and demonstrated excellence and success as a choral Christian Memorial Church, 2001 W. North Avenue in Baltimore. conductor in higher education required. Voice and keyboard Sunday and Friday services and choir rehearsals. The church is background preferred. Send letter, detailed CV, 3 current letters of looking for someone with 5 years of music experience proficient on recommendation, CD of recent performances, transcripts, and the organ and keyboard to establish a music ministry in the church. programs of performances conducted. Send to: Richard N. O’Hearn, Call Robin Waters at 410-488-5272. Director; School of Music; WMU; 1903 W. Michigan Ave.; Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5434. Review begins Jan. 29, 2007. Repeats: CT10 VOCAL STUDIES (Soprano or Mezzo) – Wayland Baptist SINGER needed (soprano or mezzo) for Carroll's Gill’s United University. Teach applied voice. Other duties may include 4 accompanying or teaching diction, literature, and/or vocal pedagogy. CT17 ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR – Lehigh University. The Pursue professional performance activities. Doctorate preferred but candidate will demonstrate: ability to inspire and instruct majors not required. Send letter of application Wayland Baptist Univ. and non-majors in orchestral performance at a high level; application (may be downloaded from www.wbu.edu “Application for commitment to a liberal arts education; expertise in either studio Employment”); CV, 3 current letters of recommendation, list of (strings preferred but not required) or classroom instruction; a additional references, and recent performance recording. Applications background in the performance of new music. The candidate will received by Jan. 31, 2007 will be assured consideration. Send to” Ron be actively involved in the recruitment of students for the Appling, Director of Human Resources; 1900 West 7th Street #689; orchestra. MM/dp The candidate should send a letter of intent, a Plainview, TX 79072. resume, a videotape of previous orchestra performances and/or rehearsals, and three letters of recommendations to Dr. Steven CT11 DIRECTOR OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC EDUCATION – Sametz, Chair, Orchestra Director Search Committee, Music Wayland Baptist University. Teach in the area of instrumental music Department, Lehigh University, 420 E. Packer Ave., Bethlehem, education, observation, and supervision of instrumental student PA 18015. The deadline for submission of the letter of intent, teachers, and teach applied lessons in the area of high brass. Direct videotape and resume is January 20, 2007. jazz ensemble and supervise the basketball pep band. MM/dp Send letter of application Wayland Baptist Univ. application (may be Positions also available: downloaded from www.wbu.edu “Application for Employment”; CV, MUSIC – Cabrillo College, Monterey, CA 3 current letters of recommendation, list of additional references, and www.cabrillo.edu/services/hr recent performance recording. Applications received by Jan. 31, 2007 will be assured consideration. Send to” Ron Appling, Director of MUSIC TECHNOLOGY – Foothill-DeAnza Community College Human Resources; 1900 West 7th Street #689; Plainview, TX 79072. District, Los Altos Hills, CA email@example.com CT12 CLASS PIANO AND PEDAGOGY – University of Memphis. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC – Citrus College, Glendora, CA Coordinate and develop the class piano curriculum, teach class piano, www.citruscollege.edu and/or functional skills for keyboard majors and class piano pedagogy. Doctoral degree and university teaching experience, or equivalent VOCAL COACH ACCOMPANIST – Univ. of Texas-Pan American professional experience are required. Submit a letter, CV, names and www.utpa.edu contact information of 3 references to: John Chiego Chair; Class Piano Search Committee; Rudi E. Scheid School of Music; UM; 129 Music VOICE – Lamar University, Beaumont, TX. http://dept.lamar.edu Building; Memphis, TN 38152. Review begins Feb. 15, 2007. MUSIC – Manatee Community College, FL www.mccfl.edu CT13 DIRECTOR OF CHORAL ACTIVITIES. Conduct the select University Choir, Women’s Chorus and Men’s Chorus, and teach MUSIC – Chabot-Las Positas Community College District, choral methods and supervise vocal music education students. Pleasanton, CA www.clpccd.org Doctorate required, ABD considered. Send letter, video or DVD of recent rehearsal, video or DVD of recent performance (both with view PIANO/THEORY – Pellissippi State Technical Community College, of conductor and description of ensembles), CV, transcripts, and 3 Knoxville, TN www.pstcc.edu letters of recommendation to: Prof. Anne Fiedler, Choral Activities Search Committee Chair, Dept. of Music’ UE; 1800 Lincoln Ave.; MUSIC – Central California Community Colleges – Evansville, IN 47722. Consideration begins Feb. 7, 2007. www.cabrillo.edu/services/hr www.hancodkcollege.edu www.deltacollege.edu/dept/hr CT14 VOICE (tenor) – Fort Hays State University. Teach studio voice, direct the opera productions and perform as solo recitalist on CONDUCTING campus and throughout the region. MM/dp Send letter; resume, CV, or credential file; 3 confidential letters; official transcripts and a recent CONDUCTORS GUILD Opportunities Bulletin is available in the live performance recording of varied repertoire to: Dr. Paula L. Boire, Placement Office for reference. Search Committee Chair’ Dept. of Music; FHSU; 600 Park Street; Hays, KS 67601-4099. Screening begins Jan. 30, 2007. C2 CONDUCTOR, possibly Artistic Director. The Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras, Inc. Conduct weekly rehearsals and periodic CT15 VIOLIN – University of Toronto. Duties include individual concerts for the organization's top orchestra; audition students; lessons, coachings and active participation in the administration of the develop program repertoire and select guest soloists; support string and chamber music area. Master’s degree or equivalent in fundraising and community outreach projects and participate actively experience is required. Applicants should send a letter of intent, in assuring the solid educational and musical foundation of the recording(s), and a professional dossier to Professor Gage Averill, program. Ability to motivate and inspire student musicians to play Dean; Faculty of Music; UT; 80 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario, their best; outstanding musicianship, teaching, and conducting skills, Canada M5S 2C5. Also arrange to have 3 letters of reference sent by proven success in audience relations, orchestra development and the deadline February 5, 2007. programming, strong interpersonal, leadership and communication skills. Undergraduate degree in music performance or music CT16 PIANO - University of Toronto. Duties include individual education, graduate degree preferred; successful experience working lessons, coachings and active participation in the administration of the with children and in orchestral conducting; professional performing keyboard area. Master’s degree or equivalent in experience is and conducting experience a bonus. Must be legally eligible to work required. Applicants should send a letter of intent, recording(s), and a in U.S. Application Procedure: Please submit cover letter and resume professional dossier to Professor Gage Averill, Dean; Faculty of with 3 references to: Cheryl Jukes, MCYO; The Music Center at Music; UT; 80 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 2C5. Strathmore; 5301 Tuckerman Lane; N. Bethesda, MD 20852. or via Have 3 letters of reference sent by the deadline January 26, 2007. email to Cheryl@mcyo.org. www.mcyo.org 5 C3 MUSIC DIRECTOR/CONDUCTOR – Cayuga Chamber festivals presented by Strathmore throughout the 2007-2008 season. Orchestra. Select works to be performed and determine the number Interested musicians should send a package including: 1. CD. 2. and kind of rehearsals required, in cooperation with the Orchestra’s Biography. 3. Performance history of the last 18 months. Please send Music Advisory Committee, including orchestral concerts, chamber to the attention of the Strathmore Local Performer Auditions, Music music concerts and seasonal or other special events, within existing Center at Strathmore, 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, MD budget and schedule considerations. Must have proven ability to 20852. Packages should be postmarked no later than Friday, January enable performances of the highest quality; thorough knowledge of 26, 2007. Incomplete packages will not be considered. Artists repertoire and styles including orchestral concert music, opera, selected from the initial application period will be contacted for live chamber music, and oratorios. Respondents should include a resume, auditions at Strathmore on April 2, 4, or 5. The auditions are open to cover letter, and DVD. The Search Committee is committed to residents of Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Musicians of auditioning a minimum of the first 3-5 minutes of each submitted all ages and musical interests are invited to submit materials. For recording. Deadline for receiving applications is February 15, 2007 or more information, please call (301) 581-5237 or visit until the vacancy is filled. Apply to: Cayuga Chamber Orchestra www.strathmore.org. There is no charge to apply. Strathmore, a 23- Music Director Search 116 North Cayuga Street Ithaca, NY 14850 year old established presenter and destination, nurtures art, artists, and Deadline is Feb. 15, 2007. www.cayugachamberorchestra.org community through creative and diverse programming of the highest quality. The Mansion at Strathmore is located at 10701 Rockville C4 MUSIC DIRECTOR – Richmond Symphony Orchestra (Virginia) Pike (Route 355), in North Bethesda, MD and The Music Center at - Provide artistic leadership for the organization; lead artistic Strathmore is located at 5301 Tuckerman Lane (next to the Mansion). development and planning, including the selection of program . For further information call (301) 581-5100 or visit repertoire and guest artists, through the Artistic Committee, which www.strathmore.org includes elected members of the orchestra; conduct weekly rehearsals and concerts; oversee the Associate Conductor, Chorus Director and PART-TIME MUSICAL other artistic and orchestra personnel. Must have exceptional PART-TIME AND FULL-TIME musicianship and conducting skills; dynamic personality with proven record of success in audience relationship-building, orchestral NON-MUSICAL development, and innovative programming; strong interpersonal, leadership, and communication skills. Please mail resume, letter of PT1 TECHNICAL DIRECTOR – Minnesota Public Radio/American application, and references by mail to: Search Committee, Richmond Public Media. Coordinate the day-to-day operations related to the St. Symphony, 300 West Franklin St. #103-E, Richmond, VA 23220 or Paul Chamber Orchestra and other MPR/APM in-studio and off-site by email to David Fisk, Executive Director, Richmond Symphony at classical music recording. Post produces St. Paul Chamber Orchestra firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applications is 5 recordings for broadcast and distribution. Manage the technical PM on Friday, 16 March 2007. Please indicate any areas of special resources needed for MPR/APM classical recording and production musical interest, and please do not send video or audio tapes at this activities. Must have a bachelor’s degree or 5 or more years time. Deadline is March 16, 2007. www.richmondsymphony.com experience as broadcast or recording engineer and experience recording in many recording environments including studios, control C5 ASSISTANT CONDUCTOR – Canton Symphony (Ohio) - Assist rooms, concert halls, churches, clubs and outdoor venues. To apply, the Music Director and staff in all matters related to the artistic go to http://minnesota.putlicradiio.org/about/jobs and click on the Job administration of the Canton Symphony Orchestra. Assistant Openings link. Click on the Technical Director, Music job opening Conductor shall, in conjunction with the Music Director, President & (439) to apply online. CEO and staff, plan and conduct Kinder Concerts, Young People’s Concerts and other educational concerts/services, and in general, PT2 FRONT OF HOUSE ASSISTANTS – CENTERSTAGE (700 N. actively participate in a leadership role in the direction and Calvert St.) is in need of Part-Time Front of House Assistants. development of educational outreach activities for the Orchestra, as Temporary, part-time day and evening hours available assisting with assigned. Assistant Conductor shall serve as conductor of the Canton our busy concessions and front-of-house operations. Duties include Youth Symphony, and in that capacity, plan, program, oversee and stocking, cleaning, and assisting with the show-time operation of our manage the Youth Symphony program, including coachings, three bars; volunteer coordination support; and the possibility of rehearsals and performances. Must have outstanding musicianship; occasional house management. CENTERSTAGE is an equal substantial instrumental conducting experience; strong programming opportunity employer. Please send cover letter indicating your interest and communication skills appropriate for musicians and audiences of in the temporary or permanent positions, or both, along with résumé all ages. Complete application will include a resume, repertoire list, and references to Front of House & Volunteer Coordinator, Dale three references, 15-minute demonstration DVD/videotape (in Marie Prenatt, at 700 N Calvert St, Baltimore MD 21202 or via e-mail rehearsal and performance) and essay. The essay should be no more to email@example.com than 1500 words, addressing this topic: Explain how you believe education and outreach performance activities should relate to the PT3 STAFF ACCOUNTANT – Levine School of Music. Work with primary artistic mission of a modern American symphony orchestra. faculty and staff in the compilation of information related to Materials should be mailed via post only to: Assistant Conductor expenditures and revenue budgets, including grants, contracts, Search Canton Symphony Orchestra, 1001 Market Ave North, Canton, endowments, general funds, revenues, and/or gift accounts. Assist in OH 44702 No e-mails or faxes. Deadline is Feb. 16, 2007 the development of budgets and budget projections. Provide up-to- www.cantonsymphony.org date expenditure and balance information. Must have a bachelor’s degree in accounting or equivalent and minimum 3 years experience in handling full set of financials. Prior experience using Microsoft Office PERFORMANCE Software. Must understand function of balance sheet schedules. Experience usi firstname.lastname@example.org www.levineschool.org P2 STRATHMORE seeks talented, local performers in the Washington D.C. area (including Maryland and Virginia) to apply for PT4 RECEPTIONIST – Part-time The Levine School of Music, auditions. These auditions will identify performers for concerts and Washington, DC. Assist in a variety of tasks integral to the efficiency 6 and day-to-day functions of the school. Maintain the daily schedules VOLUNTEER for all faculty lessons and group classes, coordinate marketing efforts with Campus Director and Marketing Manager, produce and SMALL ENSEMBLE - Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Farm coordinate monthly student recitals, handle new student registration. Bureau and are interested in Classical or Jazz musical ensembles that Ideal candidates should be self-motivated and interested in music and are willing to play gratis for a legislative reception in Annapolis. If education . Bachelor’s degree preferred. Computer literacy and you want to see firsthand how state decisions are made at power proficiency required. Some weekend hours required. Submit a letter receptions, this is for you! We are looking for an ensemble to play of interest, CV, salary requirements and contact information for 3 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm on Monday, February 26, 2007. Bring your references to: A. Maria Williams; Director of Human Resources; business cards and network with Maryland legislators! If you are Levine School of Music; 2801 Upton Street, NW; Washington, DC interested, please call Lillian at 443.482.2174. 20008. email@example.com www.levineschool.org INSTRUMENTAL MUSICIANS needed for worship services and Repeats: special performance projects at Bethel AME Church in Baltimore City. Stipend available. Contact Timothy Price, Music Director, at SINGER/PIANIST with recording equipment needed to record demos 410-523-4273, ext. 226. of original pop songs. $100 per song for performance and recording. Contact Martin Berlanstein at 410-828-0234. We do our best to provide good information in this Job Vacancy Bulletin. However, since the information is drawn almost completely HOUSEHOLD HELPER needed to assist with various chores from other sources, we cannot be responsible for its accuracy. including dog walking at a home 2 blocks from Peabody. Contact Mr. Rosen at 410-576-6889. 7
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