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									                      OFFICE OF CAREER COUNSELING AND PLACEMENT

Virginia Probasco, Admin. Ass’t                                                               1 E. Mount Vernon Place
ginpro@peabody.jhu.edu                                                                        Room P06, Conservatory
Hours, 1 - 5 p.m.                                 (410) 234-4650                                 Baltimore, MD 21202

                                       JOB VACANCY BULLETIN NO. 429
                                                 www.peabody.jhu.edu/jvb

                                                     April 15, 2011


                                          HEAD SHOTS
                                             Tuesday, April 19

                             9 am – 5 pm Bank of America Lounge
                              by the Professional Photographer of
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                                           Sign up for a time at
                                      the Career Counseling Office
                                   Conservatory Building, back of Arcade

                                                $50 includes:
                                                    ½ hour
                                        ten 8X10 color or b/w prints,
                                       one cd-r with all files from shoot

Additional 8X10 prints available for $6.00 for the first additional 8X10 and $2.50 for each subsequent additional
8X10. The service for the day will include a choice of gray, white, or black background, headshots, wider shots, and
a limited choice of lighting preference. $50 due at the time of the sitting. If you are unable to schedule during this
time, to schedule a location shoot or a more intensive shoot, please contact Homewood Photography by phone at
(410) 516-5332 or by email at homewoodphoto@jhu.edu. See their work at homewoodphoto.jhu.edu
                   CONGRATULATIONS                                       MARK LORTZ (BM ’92, Percussion; MM ’07, Music
                                                                         Education and Composition) has been hired to develop a new
AMY BETH KIRSTEN (DMA ’10, Composition) has been                         marching band for Stevenson University in Stevenson, MD.
awarded a 12-month Guggenheim Fellowship and Levy                        Lortz is currently the band and orchestra director for Westminster
Supplemental Stipend to compose a large work for eighth                  (MD) High School and has been recognized as one of the “50
blackbird. The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation announced                Directors Who Make a Difference” by School Band & Orchestra
180 Fellowships to a diverse group of scholars, artists, and             magazine. Stevenson plans to have a marching band on the field
scientists in its eighty-seventh annual competition for the United       this fall for the inaugural season of their football team and new
States and Canada. Appointed on the basis of prior achievement           stadium.
and exceptional promise, the successful candidates were chosen
from a group of almost 3,000 applicants.                                 Tenor WILLIAM DAVENPORT, a bachelor’s degree student of
                                                                         Stanley Cornett, won Second Place in the Annapolis Opera Vocal
JENNY LIN (AD '98, Piano) concluded her winter season with               Competition on April 10. William also was admitted into the
performances at the National Gallery of Art, San Francisco               highly selective Academy of Vocal Arts starting this fall. In
Performances and Hudson Opera House. Upcoming highlights                 April, he was tenor soloist in the following: Beethoven's
include Freer Gallery of Art, (Le) Poisson Rouge, and a return           Symphony No. 9 with Concert Artists of Baltimore, Dvorak's
engagement at Mostly Mozart. In May she will record                      Requiem with Columbia Pro Cantare, Mahler's Das Lied von der
Montsalvatge's Concerto Breve with NDR Radiophilharmonie in              Erde with Peabody Camerata, and a program of arias and duets
Hannover. Her most recent CD of Federico Mompou's piano                  with the Maryland Concert Opera in Frederick, MD.
music will be released on the new Steinway & Sons label.
(www.jennylin.net)                                                       Deepwater Horizon, Will We Sleep Again? by VIVIAN
                                                                         ADELBERG RUDO (BM ’60, Piano; MM ’79, Composition),
LINDSAY THOMPSON (BM ’09, MM ’10, Voice) won first                       ASCAP award winner in 2010-11, was performed on March 5,
place at the national level of the Music Teachers National               2011 by Italian artists, Andrea Ceccomori, flute and Elitza
Association Competition, Vocal Division, in March.                       Harbova, piano at An Die Musik, in Baltimore, MD. The work
                                                                         is a music commentary about our complacency toward the
Rob Deemer posted a review on Sequenza 21/ of The Figaro                 relaxation of safety regulation laws while greed runs rampant in
Project’s performance of three one-act operas by local composers         our society. Her Vivian's Garden of Music is featured on the
Paul Matthews, DOUGLAS BUCHANAN (MM ’08,                                 satellite radio program "The Poet and the Poem" series produced
Composition and Theory Pedagogy), and JOSHUA                             by Grace Cavalieri. This music "Special," honoring the marriage
BORNFIELD, a DMA student of Kevin Puts. Deemer wrote,                    of music and words is the final program in the 2011 season. The
“the casts of all three operas were quite good; standouts included       series is distributed via NPR to public radio stations free of
CAITLIN VINCENT [MM ’09, Voice] in Piecing It Apart,                     charge. The program can be accessed by subscribed stations via
NOLA RICHARDSON [MM ’10, Voice] in Lux et Tenebrae,                      NPR Content Depot from March 9 through September 9, 2011.
and the quartet cast of Strong Like Bull – JESSICA ABEL [MM
’08, Voice] (and her hand puppets), JESSICA HANEL SATAVA                 Please continue sending your Good News to Virginia Probasco
[MM ’04, Voice], the scenery-chewing NATHAN WYATT [MM                    at the address above, or to news@lists.peabody.jhu.edu
’10, Voice] , and PETER DRACKLEY [a bachelor’s degree
student of Steven Rainbolt] (whose ubiquitous cigar should have                      NEWS NOTES - OTHER EVENTS
been credited as a member of the cast). Music Director
YOUNGGUN KIM [a master’s degree student of Boris Slutsky]                The PRATT LIBRARY SALON CONCERT SERIES at the Central
and conductor Jim Stopher performed an immense amount of                 Library building on Cathedral St. will feature several Peabody
material throughout the evening to great effect.”                        musicians:

Soprano ALEXANDRA RAZSKAZOFF, a bachelor’s degree                        April 30, 1:00 p.m., Fine Arts Reading Room - Marco Antonio San
student of Stanley Cornett, was First Place Vocal Winner in the          Nicholas, Guitar
Mu Phi Epsilon Undergraduate Scholarship Competition                     May 7, 1:00p.m., Fine Arts Reading Room - student woodwind trios
(Washington DC Alumni Chapter).                                          May 22, 2:00 p.m., Poe Room - Scott Matejicka, Guitar
                                                                         June 11, 11:00 a.m., Fine Arts Reading Room - Anastasia Pike, Harp.
Alaskan Governor Sean Parnell has appointed CHRISTA
BRUCE-KOTRC (MM '74, Piano) to the Alaska Humanities                     All of the performances are free and open to the public.
Forum. The forum develops programs and projects, establishes
policy, procures resources to support programs and projects,                                    COMPETITIONS
reviews grant proposals, and encourages public interest in the
humanities.                                                              FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION will take
                                                                         place September 4-11, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. Top prize is $20,000
MICHAEL KURTH (BM '93, Bass), a member of the Atlanta                    with performance engagements. Pianists must be between ages 18-32
Symphony Orchestra, was invited by ASO Music Director Robert             years. Final round is with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. The
Spano to compose a celebratory fanfare, one of 10 in the 2010-11         deadline to apply is June 23, 2011. For more information, visit
season to mark Spano’s decade with the orchestra. The piece,             www.floridapiano.org
May Cause Dizziness, was Kurth's first work for full orchestra
and was premiered by the ASO, under the baton of Riccardo                LISZT GARRISON FESTIVAL AND INTERNATIONAL PIANO
Abbado, on March 31.                                                     COMPETITION will be held October 12-16, 2011 in Baltimore MD.
                                                                         The solo piano competition has four age categories, ranging from the


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ages of 15-40 years. The collaborative division (pianist age 25-40         with the symphony, a lesson with the conductor, masterclasses, five
years) is for piano and voice, or piano and another instrument. For        lessons, and a gala concert. There are two sessions, August 7-14,
details and the application form, visit the website at                     2011 and August 14-21, 2011. The program takes place in Poland.
www.lisztgarrisoncompetition.org. Deadline is May 6, 2011.                 Deadline to apply is June 1, 2011. For more information, visit
                                                                           www.paderewskipianoacademy.eu
16TH INTERNATIONAL VAN WASSENAER COMPETITION FOR
EARLY MUSIC ENSEMBLES will be held Nov. 16-20, 2011 in                     ACADÉMIES INTERNATIONALES D’ÉTÉ DU GRAND NANCY
Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The competition is open to Baroque             is holding master classes in Nancy, France. Classes will be for violin,
music instrumentalists and vocal ensembles with members of any age.        viola, cello, piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, harp, voice, percussion, and
 Participants should make use of original instruments and good             composition. Program takes place in two sessions, July 15-July 25,
replicas. The first prize is approximately 15 concerts, a tour in the      2011 and July 27-August 6, 2011. For more information, visit
Netherlands and Belgium during the 2012-2013 season. Deadline to           www.academiesdugrandnancy.com
enter is June 1, 2011. For more information, visit
www.vanwassenearconcours.nl or contact                                     ACCADEMIA MUSICALE CHIGIANA is holding masterclasses this
info@vanwassenaerconcours.nl                                               summer for chamber music with piano, clarinet, composition, double
                                                                           bass, film music composition, flute, guitar and chamber music,
CONCOURS DE GENEVE is hold competitions for voice and string               orchestral conducting, piano, singing, string quartet and chamber
quartet for 2011. The competition will take place in Geneva,               music, viola, viola and chamber music, violin, and cello. Classes take
Switzerland from Nov. 11-21, 2011 for voice and Nov. 10-20, 2011           place between early July and late August 2011 in Italy. For more
for string quartet. The deadline to apply is May 10, 2011. Top prize       information, visit www.chigiana.it or pick up a brochure at the Career
is CHF 20,000 for both categories. For more information, visit             Counseling Office.
www.concoursgeneve.ch
                                                                           INTERNATIONALE SOMMERAKADEMIE MOZARTEUM
ELIZABITH HARPER VAUGHN 2011 CONCERTO                                      SALZBURG will take place July 18- August 27, 2011 in Salzburg,
COMPETITION FOR PIANO will take place Nov. 20, 2011 in                     Austria. Master classes will take place for composition, conducting,
Kingsport, Tennessee. The winner will perform with the 2012-2013           Alexander Technique, yoga, voice, piano, strings, guitar, flute,
Season of Symphony of the Mountains. An honorarium of $750 will            clarinet, organ, percussion and marimba, ensemble, and early music.
be paid for the concert performance and travel. Deadline to apply is       There is also an intensive course for highly talented students and a
September 9, 2011 at 5 p.m. Applications should include a letter of        piano competition. Apply by June 1, 2011. For more information,
recommendation, a CD or DVD of the applicant performing the entire         visit www.summeracademymozarteum.at
concerto they will be competing with, and application fee. For more
information, visit www.symphonyofthemountain.org                           C.W. POST CHAMBER MUSIC FESITVAL WITH THE PIERROT
                                                                           CONSORT will take place July 11-July 25, 2011 at the C.W. Post
ISANGYUN COMPETITION 2011 will take place October 29-                      Campus of Long Island University in New York. Festival is open to
November 6, 2011 in Tongyeong, Korea. Violinists of any nationality        strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, piano, voice and conductors.
born on or after October 30, 1981 and on or after October 29, 1996         Programs include artistry program, performance program, advanced
may apply. Prizes total $72,000 with a first prize of $30,000.             program, seminar program and music educators program. Auditions
Engagements will be arranged for the first prize winner, as well as        take place March through early June 2011. For more information,
other winners. Application deadline is August 20, 2011. For more           visit www.liu.edu/cwpost/svpa/music/festival
information, visit www.isangyuncompetition.org
                                                                           REBCONTRES MUSICALES INTERNATIONALES D’ENGHIEN
MUSIC TEACHERS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION CHAMBER                                MASTER CLASSES AND CONCERTS will take place in Belgium
MUSIC PERFORMANCE COMPETITION is accepting applicants.                     August 17-28, 2011. This chamber music program includes lessons,
The competition begins at the state level. The national finals will take   master classes, completing at least one chamber work, concerts, and
place in New York City on March 24, 2012. The average age of the           beautiful scenery. For more information, visit
ensemble must be 18-26 as of January 1, 2012. There must be 3-6            www.musicalenghien.com
performers. Ensembles may include brass, piano, string and
woodwind instruments. The top prize is $3,000. The application                                      INTERNSHIPS
deadline is September 13, 2011. For more details, visit www.mtna.org
                                                                           PERFORMANCE LIBRARY STUDENT needed at the Sarasota
                  SUMMER FESTIVALS                                         Music Festival in Florida from May 24- June 26, 2011. Will attend
                 AND STUDY PROGRAMS                                        classes and work closely with the students and faculty of the SMF, in
                                                                           regards to chamber and orchestral music needs. Fill requests for
INTERNATIONAL PIANO ACADEMY FREIBURG will take place                       music, attend all orchestral rehearsals and performances, repair and
July 11-23, 2011 in Freiburg, Germany. The program includes daily          mark parts, etc. Applicants must have completed or be enrolled in a
piano master classes, numerous public performances, seminars in            bachelor of music program, have good communication skills, ability to
piano technique and keyboard history, and a competition. Festival          multi-task and have a strong attention to detail. Lodging provided,
takes place in the Historic Kaufhaus, a 15th century building on           full scholarship, travel reimbursement, breakfast and lunch everyday
Freiburg’s medieval Central Square. Applications will be accepted          except Sunday. For more information, visit
until July 1, 2011. For more information, visit                            www.sarasotaorchestra.org or email JVibbard@sarasotaorchestra.org
www.internationalpianoacademy.org

PADEREWSKI PIANO ACADEMY offers a unique opportunity for
pianists performing concertos. The program offers pianists a chance
to play with the Torun Symphony Orchestra, one week of rehearsals


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                         JOB LISTINGS                                       children’s choir and a hand bell choir (10 members). Please send
                                                                            resume to Potomac Presbyterian Church, Attention Wendy Kuhn, to:
Legend: cv=Curriculum vitae, MM/dp=Master's required, Doctorate             Potomac Presbyterian Church (PPC); 10301 River Road; Potomac,
preferred                                                                   Maryland 20854. 301-299-6007 ppcmusicsearch@hotmail.com
Please see clippings at the back of the bulletin for additional job         www.potomacpresbyterianchurch.org
listings.
                                                                            CH21 ORGANIST needed at a newly formed Catholic parish in the
Electronic job listings of the College Music Society and League of          Brooklyn neighborhood of Baltimore (southwest). The congregation
American Orchestras are available for on-line research in the Career        has purchased a church facility that has a large pipe organ. If you are
Counseling Office, including jobs in college teaching, conducting, and      interested, please contact Father Bill at 410-627-2291.
arts administration.
                                                                            CH22 DIRECTOR OF YOUTH CHOIRS needed at Havenwood
                      ADMINISTRATION                                        Presbyterian Church in Lutherville-Timonium, MD. Will be
                                                                            responsible for recruiting, training, and directing youth for their own
                                                                            personal musical development and for monthly participation in
A10 ORCHESTRA LIBRARIAN - The library positions are part of a
                                                                            worship. More information concerning requirements, hours,
six-member librarian team, with individuals assigned to specific large
                                                                            compensation, etc., available on request, email office@havenwood.org
ensembles. Librarians are responsible for preparing, distributing and
                                                                            . Send resume to Attn: Worship Committee, Havenwood Presbyterian
collecting music as necessary for all rehearsals and concerts of specific
                                                                            Church, 100 East Ridgely Road, Lutherville, MD 21093.
ensembles. coordinating marking of string bowings, numbering
measures, inserting cuts, dynamics, etc., as indicated by the conductor
                                                                            CH23 MUSICIAN - St. Paul’s Church in historic Alexandria, VA
and principals; preparing practice parts; preparing orchestra folders;
                                                                            needs a musician (piano or guitar) to play the Saturday Faith@5
distributing folders 30 minutes prior to rehearsals and concerts;
                                                                            service. The service is contemporary and lasts 40 minutes. The hours
attending all rehearsals/concerts; resetting folders during stage
                                                                            are 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm and the compensation is $200 per week. This
changes; and working closely with the Head Librarian and Orchestra
                                                                            is a year round position and the musician should have sufficient vocal
Managers in the distribution and collection of materials. Some
                                                                            skills to lead the congregation in song. Please reply to
evenings and weekends are required. Minimum of 2 years music
                                                                            judith@stpaulsalexandria.com.
library experience required; knowledge of classical music and opera,
ability to read music, excellent written and verbal communication
skills, and knowledge of computers (Microsoft products) are essential.                         COLLEGE TEACHING
Please submit cover letter and resume with attention to Lisa Dempsey,
Head Librarian, via the Aspen Music Festival and School employment          The Music Vacancy List of the College Music Society is available in
website at: http://aspenmusic.hrmdirect.com/employment/index.php            the Placement Office for reference.

A11 PERFORMANCE LIBRARIAN – The Boston Conservatory.                        CT23 ASS’T BAND DIRECTOR – University of South Carolina.
Prepare music for rehearsals, performances, and courses. Distribute         Assist Director of Band and the Director of Athletic Bands, marching
and collect music from students, conductors and hired ringers. Update       band, conducting a basketball band, a concert band, and other bands.
library holdings and assist in the preparation and editing of Music         MM/dp, documented success in secondary schools, experience with
Division concert programs for all large ensembles. Must have a              collegiate athletic bands, drill writing and arranging. Apply at
bachelor’s degree in music and prior performance library experience.        http://uscjobs.sc.edu; materials include cover letter, CV, and three
Email a letter of interest, resume, and the names of three references to    letters of recommendation, DVD of performance and rehearsal footage
Jennifer Hunt: jhunt@bostonconservatory.edu.                                of directed band. Send materials to Dr. Scott Weiss, Chair, Band
                                                                            Search Committee, USC School of Music, 813 Assembly Street,
A12LIBRARIAN – San Diego Symphony. Responsible for                          Columbia, SC 29208. Screening will begin April 15, 2011 and
coordinating with the Music Director and/or conductor for                   continue until the position is filled.
procurement of the correct editions of planned repertoire, develop and
maintain a timeline for ordering music from the publisher, plan for         CT24 MUSIC EDUCATION – Hugh Hodgson School of Music,
timely receipt, preparation and distribution of music, responsible for      University of Georgia. Temporary one-year position. Teach choral
the accuracy of bowings. Must have knowledge of classical repertoire        methods and literature; teach voice classes for instrumental music
and classical programming, be able to successfully meet and                 majors and non-music majors; teach methods courses for prospective
communicate with a wide variety of personalities. Experience playing        elementary teachers; assist with field experience supervision;
in an orchestra is helpful, but not necessary. Emails should be             supervise student teachers. Doctorate or professional equivalent in
directed to HR@sandiegosymphony.org.                                        music education with emphasis in secondary choral. Email a cover
                                                                            letter, vita, and three letters of reference to fberry@uga.edu; have
                             CHURCH                                         official transcript for your last degree mailed to Frances Berry, 250
                                                                            River Road, Athens, GA 30602. Applications will be reviewed
                                                                            beginning April 22, 2011 and until the position is filled.
CH20 DIRECTOR OF MUSIC AND ORGANIST – Potomac
Presbyterian Church. Provide faith-based Christian leadership for
                                                                            CT25 OPERA COACH – Hugh Hodgson School of Music, University
PPC’s music program, including all Sunday services and other special
                                                                            of Georgia. Musical preparation for all opera productions and
services. Direct four established choirs and music. Serve with the
                                                                            concerts; coaching of individual singers and ensembles as needed,
Pastor and Associate for Spiritual Development and assist in planning
                                                                            instructor of beginning and advanced diction classes; instructor of
worship services. Provide administrative leadership for the entire
                                                                            Opera Literature Class; accompany singers for vocal department
musical program. Must be able to play a variety of worship/music
                                                                            auditions; accompany opera productions and concerts when not
styles on the organ and piano. Thirty hours per week, split on and off-
                                                                            accompanied by an orchestra; collaborate with and assist the UGA
site. A bachelor degree in music or equivalent training and experience
                                                                            Director of Opera in all matters pertaining to planning, scheduling of
is required. One adult vocal choir (15 members), a youth choir, a

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rehearsals, casting, and preparation of the opera program. Must be an        MD 21202. Application deadline is May 28, 2011.
experienced opera coach, proficient and fluent in the major opera            PT33 VOICE INSTRUCTOR needed at the Suzuki Music School of
literature, vocal technique, and diction. Excellent rehearsal pianist.       Maryland in Columbia, MD. Teach lessons weekly to children,
Doctorate or equivalent professional experience required. Email a            through adults, beginning through advanced levels. Use Solfeggio for
cover letter, vita, and three letters of reference to fberry@uga.edu;        Sight Singing. May also teach/direct a vocal ensemble/chorus. Must
have official transcript for your last degree and CDs/DVDs of recent         have a bachelor of music in voice or music education degree. Must
programs mailed to Frances Berry, 250 River Road, Athens, GA                 have a positive attitude, be moral and ethical. Start in June. $35/hour
30602. Applications will be reviewed beginning April 22, 2011 and            for private lessons. Send cover letter, resume and three references to:
until the position is filled.                                                Dr. Joan Spicknall, Director; The Suzuki Music School of Maryland,
                                                                             Inc.; PO Box 1284; Columbia, Maryland 21044. 410-964-1983
CT26 SAXOPHONE – Hugh Hodgson School of Music, University of                 (Phone) 410-964-1147 (Fax) director@suzukimusicschool.com
Georgia. One-year temporary position. Artist-teacher of saxophone;
coach chamber music and woodwind ensembles; teach courses in                 PT34 HARP INSTRUCTOR needed at the Suzuki Music School of
literature and pedagogy. Doctorate or professional equivalent in             Maryland in Columbia, MD. Teach regular weekly private lessons to
saxophone. Email a cover letter, vita, and three letters of reference to     children through adults, beginning through advanced levels. Bachelor
fberry@uga.edu; have official transcript for your last degree and            of music in harp or music education degree required with some
CDs/DVDs of recent programs mailed to Frances Berry, 250 River               training in Suzuki method. Prior harp teaching of private/individual
Road, Athens, GA 30602. Applications will be reviewed beginning              lessons required and prior teaching of group lessons and/or ensembles
April 22, 2011 and until the position is filled.                             desirable. Must have a positive attitude, be moral and ethical. Start in
                                                                             June. $35/hour for private lessons. Send cover letter, resume and
                PART-TIME MUSICAL                                            three references to: Dr. Joan Spicknall, Director; The Suzuki Music
              PART-TIME AND FULL-TIME                                        School of Maryland, Inc.; PO Box 1284; Columbia, Maryland 21044.
                                                                              410-964-1983 (Phone) 410-964-1147 (Fax)
                    NON-MUSICAL                                              director@suzukimusicschool.com
PT29 FULL-TIME PIANO TEACHER/DEPARTMENT CO-CHAIR
position open at the Peabody Preparatory. Candidate should be an
                                                                                                       VOLUNTEER
experienced teacher, accomplished musician and faculty leader who
                                                                             MUSICIAN needed to perform in the lobby of the Marriott Waterfront
can interact with a diverse student and parent population, has strong
                                                                             Hotel, 110 S. Eutaw St. Contact concierge Atlas Washington at 410-
administrative and interpersonal skills. Duties include teach private
                                                                             962-0202 ex 2112. Music is needed weekend evenings.
lesson to all ages and levels, co-chair the Piano Department – oversee
placement of new students, certificate exams, scholarship auditions,
                                                                             SINGERS - Worship Choir Of Baltimore- Come and join us in
studio recitals, repertoire classes, master classes, etc. Must have a
                                                                             singing God's praises! We rehearse every Wed. p.m. Please email for
master’s degree with extensive teaching and administrative
                                                                             further details: ivorypagemusic@gmail.com
experience. Starting date is September 2011. Send a cover letter,
performance CD, resume and contact information for three references
                                                                             MUSIC DIRECTOR - CHIEF ARTISTIC DIRECTOR American
to: Preparatory Piano Search, c/o Dr. Carolee Stewart, Dean, The
                                                                             Philharmonic - Sonoma County. Responsible for programming,
Peabody Preparatory, 21 E. Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202.
                                                                             rehearsing and conducting five concert series per season. Reports to
 Applications will close April 30.
                                                                             Board. Is a voting member of Board. Works collaboratively with
                                                                             community of Sonoma County. Requirements: Master of Music
PT30 PART-TIME HARP INSTRUCTOR position available at the
                                                                             degree or higher or equivalent. Emphasis in orchestral conducting.
Peabody Preparatory Annapolis Campus. Teach harp to students ages
                                                                             Minimum 5 years experience conducting large orchestral and choral
eight to adult and beginner to advanced; attend scheduled recitals and
                                                                             groups. Knowledge of standard repertoire. This is a volunteer
faculty meetings. Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree
                                                                             community service position. Please visit our website for more
preferred; extensive teaching experience required. Send a cover letter,
                                                                             information: http://apsonoma.org
resume and contact information for three references to Dr. Carolee
Stewart, Dean, The Peabody Preparatory, 21 E. Mt. Vernon Place,
                                                                             We do our best to provide good information in this Job Vacancy
Baltimore, MD 21202.
                                                                             Bulletin. However, since the information is drawn almost completely
                                                                             from other sources, we cannot be responsible for its accuracy.
PT31 ADVANCED CLASSICAL PIANIST - Tremont Plaza Hotel
and Grand Historic Venue. This paid position will work afternoons to
evenings at the Tremont Grand on a signature Steinway piano. Times
could vary; more than one position available to accommodate flexible
schedules. Looking for someone for immediate hire. Contact Theresa
Fowler HR Director; 443-524-6013; Or Terry Beauford, General
Manager; 443-573-8404. Tremont Plaza Hotel; 222 Saint Paul Place;
Baltimore, Maryland 21202. http://tremontplazahotel.com

PT32 PART-TIME TRUMPET TEACHER position available at the
Peabody Preparatory. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree
preferred. Extensive teaching experience required. Teach private
lessons primarily at the main campus, but may include days at the
Annapolis, Howard County or Towson campuses. Participate in
scheduled recitals and faculty meetings. Send a cover letter, resume,
and contact information for three references to: Dr. Carolee Stewart,
Dean, The Peabody Preparatory, 21 E. Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore,

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