OFFICE OF CAREER COUNSELING AND PLACEMENT
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JOB VACANCY BULLETIN NO. 469
October 15, 2005
CONGRATULATIONS Rehli. The Concert will take place on Friday, November 18, 7:30
PM at the Stadthaussaal Winterthur in Germany.
AWADAGIN PRATT and ZUILL BAILEY will perform a "live"
Conductor LANCE FRIEDEL (M.M. 2000, G.P.D. 2001) has
recital and interview on NPR's Saint Paul Sunday Morning Show
released a CD of music by Carl Nielsen, performed by the Aarhus
on October 16. The concert, which will also be broadcast on
Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in Denmark last fall, the CD is
XM, will include Debussy's Cello Sonata, the Beethoven A
available on the MSR Classics label. It is a collection of
Major Sonata, and the e minor Sonata of Brahms. More
Nielsen‘s shorter works for orchestra, including the Maskarade
information is available at www.saintpaulsunday.org
Overture, the Helios Overture, Saga-Drøm, Pan and Syrinx, and
the Aladdin Suite. According to Friedel, ―The Aarhus Symphony
ELILZABETH SWIFT is a recipient of the 2005 National
Orchestra has a long and proud tradition of performing Nielsen
Association of Professional Asian American Women (NAPAW)
under conductors like Thomas Jensen and Herbert Blomstedt. It
and Susie Kim Cancer Research and Scholarship Foundation
was a joy and an honor for me to work with them on this
prizes for her personal and professional contribution to society
recording.‖ Friedel was a student of Gustav Meier and Markand
with her music. She will receive a monetary prize and play at a
Thakar at Peabody, and also served as assistant conductor of the
benefit concert with the Aegean Chamber Orchestra at the
Peabody Symphony Orchestra under Hajime Teri Murai. Since
Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C., on December 2, 2005.
graduating from Peabody he has won the 2001 Mario Gusella
Conductors Competition in Italy, and has been a frequent guest
The Washington International Competition and The Friday
conductor in Europe.
Morning Music Club Foundation will present The Ann and Betty
Schein Endowment Benefit Concert with former Peabody Piano
On October 22 JED GAYLIN conducts the Hopkins Symphony
Faculty Member ANN SCHEIN on Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. at the
Orchestra in a concert that includes Brahms‘ Symphony No. 3 in
Kennedy Center Terrace Theater in Washington, D.C. Her
F Major, Opus 90, He Zhanhao and Chen Gang‘s The Butterfly
program will include Chopin‘s Polonaise-Fantasie, Opus 6;
Lovers Erhu-Gaohu Concerto, with Jiebing Chen, erhu. The
Elliott Carter‘s Piano Sonata (1945-46); Chopin‘s Sonata in B
concert takes place in Shriver Auditorium on the Homewood
Minor, Opus 58.
Campus of the Johns Hopkins University at 8 p.m. with a pre-
concert discussion at 7 p.m. On October 21 at noon a lecture-
STEPHANIE HO and SAAR AHUVIA will perform the
demonstration will be given by Jiebing Chen, erhu, in the SDS
Concerto for Two Pianos of Bohuslav Martinu with the Pilsen
Room, Mattin Arts Center.
Radio Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Christoph
The Lyric Brass Quintet, ELISA KOEHLER and Kevin Dines,
Bassist ROLF ERDAHL has won a position in the Duluth trumpets, LARRY WILLIAMS, horn, BRANDON RIVERA,
Superior Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Markand Thakar. trombone, and Andrew Spang, tuba, will present The Art of
He will be able to car pool with his wife, Carrie Vecchione, who Darkness, an evening of music forged by trial – personal and
won the Principal Oboe spot in the same orchestra. Mr. Erdahl public outpouring of grief through art by composers spanning
will also play with the Minnesota Opera Orchestra. two centuries. Each piece on the concert has been selected for
its emotional resonance and demonstration of the human spirit,
On Monday, October 10, RUTH ROSE played "DAWN'S and the story of each will be told through a unique multimedia
JOURNEY, in memory of Dawn Culbertson", version for piano presentation highlighting the genesis of the work and key insights
and tape (CD), by Vivian Adelberg Rudow. This performance to its musical composition. Like a solitary candle burning in the
was part of an Ars Viva/Baltimore Composers Forum concert at dark, the music is a testament to the perseverance of the human
Merrick Lecture Hall, Goucher College in Towson, MD. In spirit. Art of Darkness will be presented Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005,
November she will collaborate again with the "In Series," this at 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at An die Musik, 409 N. Charles St.
time in the production "Leaves of War: In Search of Walt Call 410-385-2638 for ticket information.
Whitman." The evening of staged poetry and song explores Walt
Whitman's poetic world and his Civil War years in Washington Please continue sending your Good News to Virginia Probasco
as a volunteer nurse. Ms. Rose will join bass David Brundage, at the address above or to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
soprano Fleta Hylton and actor/movement artist Joseph Perna in
giving voice and visual dimension to the American poet's words NEWS NOTES - OTHER EVENTS
and to music that Whitman especially loved, from Stephen Foster
songs to Italian opera (Bellini, Verdi). Performances are Friday HARP MASTER CLASS WITH ELIZABETH HAINEN will take
Nov.11 at 8 p.m., Sunday Nov.12 at 2:30 p.m., and Wednesday place at the University of Maryland School Of Music on November
Nov.16 at 7:30 p.m., at the Source Theatre on 14th and T streets 14, 2005. Registration deadline is October 24, 2005. For more
in Washington, DC. For more details and tickets, please visit information, visit the Placement Office, or contact Ashley Fleming at
www.inseries.org or call (202) 518-0152. 301-405-5031.
ASOL reports that Tim Smith of the Baltimore Sun, ―profiles CLARINET SUMMIT AND COMPETITION will take place at West
violinist JOHN LITTLEJOHN a member of the African- Point, New York, March 17-18, 2006. Competition is open to all
American ensemble the Soulful Symphony. Smith notes, ‗Under clarinetists between ages 18 and 25. Deadline for application is
the name Adidam, which stands for 'All Day I Dream About January 31, 2006. For more information about the Summit or the
Music,' he recently produced a self-titled CD, featuring his own Competition, visit www.usma.edu/band.
songs, several with tightly rhymed lyrics celebrating his religious
faith‘ and writes: ‗Last season, the Soulful Symphony had its first COMPETITIONS
full season as part of a new partnership with the Baltimore
Symphony Orchestra. Although the BSO has had trouble filling
THE AMERICAN MUSIC CENTER Opportunity Update, containing
seats for many of its concerts at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall,
information about composition competitions, is available in the
the Soulful Symphony played to full houses there at each of its
Placement Office for your reference.
classical/gospel/jazz fusion programs.‘ Littlejohn comments: ‗I
think the Soulful Symphony is a great move in the right direction
CONCERT ARTISTS GUILD COMPETITION will take place March
... We're reconnecting with the Baltimore community and
1-8, 2006 in New York City for instrumentalists, singers, and chamber
bringing a new audience to the Meyerhoff.‘ Littlejohn adds: ‗And
ensembles performing classical and non-traditional repertoire.
they're not constrained by high-society rules. They'll clap in the
Deadline for application is October 31, 2005. For more information,
middle of a piece if someone hits a nice note, or maybe they'll get
including application, visit www.concertartists.org.
up and dance if they like something.‘
JEUNESSES MUSICALES BUCHAREST INTERNATIONAL
On October 8 JASON WEINBERGER, conductor, and the
MUSIC COMPETITION will take place May 7-13, 2006 in
Waterloo-Falls Cedar Falls Symphony kicked off their season-
Bucharest, Romania, for Composition, Piano and Clarinet.
long investigation of the influence of Mozart and other 18th-
Registration deadline for composition is January 31, 2006; for piano
century music on modernism. This season‘s programs will
and clarinet, March 15, 2006. This competition has four age
continue exploring several of Mozart's infrequently-performed
categories; up to 10, 10-14, 15-18, and up to 30. Composers may
works (on the occasion of his 250th birthday) and placing the
submit solo works for flute, clarinet, violin, piano or duo for flute –
classical master's accomplishment alongside key works of
piano, clarinet – piano, violin – piano, or string orchestra works. For
musical modernism. The November 5 program will include
more information and application, visit www.jmevents.ro.
guitarist MANUEL BARRUECO.
PAGANINI MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN
Mr. Weinberger will appear as guest conductor with the Kansas
COMPETITION will take place November 20 to December 1, 2005 in
City Symphony for a special concert with Wynonna Judd in
Moscow, Russia. Any musician older than 16 years is eligible to
January 2006 and will also lead the orchestra in educational
participate. First prize is $25,000. For more information, visit
programs. He returns to the National Symphony Orchestra (with
www.violin-fund.ru and for questions, email email@example.com.
whom he had his professional debut) several times this coming
year to assist Leonard Slatkin during the NSO 75th anniversary
KINGSVILLE COMPETITION for bowed instruments will take
season. Extending his work as an educator, he will direct the
place in Kingsville, Texas, April 6-8, 2006. Deadline for applications
Alabama All-State Orchestra in February 2006. Visit
is January 18, 2006. Eligible contestants must be under the age of 26
years on April 6, 2006. More information and application is available
in the Placement Office or www.kingsvillemusic.com.
Festival includes staged operatic performances with keyboard, master
USASU INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITIONS will take classes, voice lessons and career training courses. Future Main stage
place January 9-15, 2006 in Tempe, Arizona. Pianists of any theater contracts offered to select opera institute students. For more
nationality from ages 13-32 may apply. For more information, visit information or applications, visit www.powellfest.com.
http://herbergercollege.asu.edu/pianocompetition. Deadline for
recordings, applications and fees is October 31, 2005. SUMMER FESTIVALS
AND STUDY PROGRAMS
TANSMAN INTENATIONAL FESTIVAL AND COMPOSER
COMPETITION will take place October 6-8 and November 17, 2006
BRITTEN-PEARS YOUNG ARTIST PROGRAM will take place in
in Lodz, Poland. Competition is open to composers of all nationalities
Aldeburgh, UK. There are several programs lasting up to nine days
and has no age limits. Grand prize is $12,000. Deadline for
throughout the season, beginning in April 2006. There are programs
applications is September 11, 2006. For more information, including
for all instruments, vocalists, chamber music, and composition.
application process and types of compositions, visit the Placement
Programs include performances and masterclasses. For most
Office, or www.tansman.lodz.pl.
programs, expenses are at least partially covered. For application form
and updated information concerning specific sessions, visit
A. CURSI INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN COMPETITION will take
www.aldeburgh.co.uk/bpp. Deadline for applications is December 1.
place in Naples, Italy, October 31- November 8, 2006. Violinists born
Auditions will take place in New York December 4-5, 2005.
after January 1, 1974 are eligible to compete. Deadline for
applications is May 31, 2006. For more information, visit the
Placement Office, or firstname.lastname@example.org. GRANTS AND AWARDS
CHOPIN PIANO COMPETITION will take place in Narva, Estonia PEABODY CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS - Grants are
January 28 – February 5, 2006. Competition is open to pianists born available for career enhancing activities in areas in which Peabody
after 1987. Application deadline is October 15, 2005. For more offers a program. Applications for grants are reviewed three times a
information visit www.narva.ee/chopin. year - in October, February and April. Grants are made in amounts,
which generally do not exceed $1,000. The average amount will vary
INTERNATIONAL J S BACH VOCAL COMPETITION will take with the number of applications received. Deadlines for this academic
place March 24, 2006, in Philadelphia. Competition is open to year are October 21, 2005, February 15, 2006 and April 7, 2006.
professional and pre-professional singers who are between the ages of Proposals will be considered for future projects by former students
18 and 30. Application deadline is January 3, 2006. For more within 5 years of graduating, graduate students, or undergraduates
information, visit www.Bach-fest.org/competition.htm. who have been enrolled at Peabody for at least two years. Grants are
typically in amounts up to $1,000 for projects outside of Peabody such
NEW MUSIC FEATIVAL - The University of Nebraska at Kearney as competitions, concerts, recordings. Only two grants may be
Department of Music. Call for Scores! Chamber music and Solo music awarded to any student, and not in consecutive years. For more
using these instruments in any combinations will be favored: flute, information on application procedures and eligibility requirements,
clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, horn, trombone, tuba, violin, cello, please see the Director‘s Office page of the Peabody Website:
piano, organ, and voice. All composers are welcome. The following www.peabody.jhu.edu/index.php?pageID=548 or contact Jan McLean
materials should be sent: Scores with the date of composition and at email@example.com
duration, brief biographical information, a cassette tape recording or
CD of the submitted works, an information sheet with the composer‘s NEA GRANTS - Orchestras that present or partner with choruses
name, address, telephone numbers, e-mail address, title of the may consider applying to "American Masterpieces: Choral
composition(s) with instrumentation and duration. Please indicate if Music." The National Endowment for the Arts will provide
you are a student composer. Address all submissions to: Darleen grants to up to six organizations to host regional choral festivals
Mitchell: Department of Music: University of Nebraska: 905 W. 25 th highlighting selected repertoire by American composers. The
Street: Kearney, NE 68849. For further information please e-mail: NEA anticipates awarding grants ranging from $25,000 to
firstname.lastname@example.org Postmark-deadline for submissions is $75,000, requiring a nonfederal match of at least one to one.
November 15, 2005. Notification of selection will be after January 1, Complete information and application instructions are available
2006 and composers having works performed are encouraged to attend from www.symphony.org/govaff/fedefund/nea.shtml
Legend: cv=Curriculum vitae, MM/dp=Master's required, Doctorate
OPERA AMERICA CAREER GUIDE UPDATES - listings of preferred
auditions and application deadlines are available in this bimonthly Please see clippings at the back of the bulletin for additional job
publication. It is available in the Placement Office for your reference. listings.
UTAH SYMPHONY AND OPERA- NATIONAL AUDITIONS FOR ADMINISTRATION
SINGERS AND PIANISTS-Auditions in New York City are
December 1-3 2005. Participants will spend six to ten months with the A32 DEAN - Shenandoah Conservatory of the Shenandoah
Utah Symphony and Opera developing professional skills through University. Share the responsibility with the faculty for realizing the
performances, coachings, workshops and master classes. Deadline for strategic plan of the Conservatory, including performing, research, and
application: November 1, 2005. teaching. Must have a terminal degree in music, theater or dance;
administrative experience, and a distinguished record in teaching and
MAUD POWELL MUSIC FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL OPERA performing/research. Review and screening of applications will begin
INSTITUTE will take place May 30-June 18, 2006 in La Salle, IL. December 1, 2005. Applications should include a letter of interest and
a cv or professional resume, with the names of at least five references. budget planning, personnel management, facilities management, and
Ideally, the new dean will assume office during the summer of 2006. the daily supervision of the seven full-time and nine adjunct faculty.
Nominations and/or applications should be sent to: Dr. Tracy D.M.A., Ph.D., or ED.D. required. Applicants should submit a
Fitzsimmons VPAA: Shenandoah University: 1460 University Drive: detailed letter of application, professional resume, and the names of at
Winchester, Virginia 22601: Electronic Applications may also be least five references including addresses, phone numbers, and email.
submitted: email@example.com. Additional supporting documents may be requested of the final
candidates. Open until filled. Dr. Cedric Adderly: Assistant Vice
A33 CHAIR - Berklee College of Music. The chair serves as the chief President: Office of Academic Affairs: Chaflin University: 400
academic, budgetary and administrative leader of the department. Magnolia Street: Orangeburg, SC 29115.
MM/dp. Administrative experience at the college level, including
familiarity with interdisciplinary approaches, arts education, core A38 HEAD OF COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT - Florida State
curriculum issues, and faculty development are expected. Must have University‘s Music Library. Duties include acquisition and processing
substantial college or university teaching experience in one of the of materials in a variety of languages/formats using OCLC, a newly
disciplines within the department, record of participation or leadership implemented ALEPH online system and in-house databases as well as,
roles in professional organizations, strong communication, assisting in cataloging materials, building the Library‘s collection,
interpersonal building skills and the necessary skills to organize an monitoring the Library‘s budgets, serving as a liaison to the College,
annual department symposium. Computer literacy is required. Please working with vendors, and creating processing and collection
send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, three letters of development policies and procedures will be among highest priority.
recommendation, and supporting materials by December 5, 2005 to: Must be ALA-accredited MLS and a masters degree in music is
Liberal Arts Department Chair Search: Office of Human Resources: required. Excellent organization and communication skills, broad
Berklee College of Music: 1140 Boylston Street, MS-855 HR: Boston, knowledge of musical repertory, experience in an academic music
MA 02215 library, and working knowledge of foreign languages are required.
Send a letter of application, resume, photocopies of transcripts of both
A34 FINANCIAL AID ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - Peabody degrees, and three letters of reference to: Don Gibson, Dean, Music
Conservatory. In conjunction with the director, direct operational and Librarian Search, College of Music, FSU, Tallahassee, FL 32306-
administrative functions for the Office of Financial Aid. Duties 1180. Deadline for applications is November 30, 2005.
include day to day operation of the Financial Aid Office and acting in
the absence of the director as well as the overall management and
delivery of Federal Direct Loans, Federal Perkins Loans, all of the
Alternate Student Loan programs, parent loans and PELL grant, as
CH88 SOPRANO, ALTO, TENOR, COUNTERTENOR, BASS
well as the Graduate, Elderhostel, and Resident Assistant programs
needed for the Choir of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the
and the Graduate Music Education Program and the budgets
Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. Salary is provided.
associated with these programs. BA/BS degree is preferred; and at
Excellence in sight-reading and previous ensemble experience is
least 5 years experience in a college financial aid office. Reference
required. For more information or to schedule an audition, contact
job# 22096. Apply on line at http://jobs.jhu.edu or contact Homewood
Peter Latona at 202-281-0618 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Resources at 410-516-8048.
CH89 MUSIC DIRECTOR needed at Parkville Baptist Church, 3309
A35 FINANCIAL AID COORDINATOR- Peabody
Taylor Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234. Position is part time to begin Jan.
Conservatory. In conjunction with the Assistant Director, assist
30, 2006. Fax a resume to 410-444-8050 or mail to the above
with the operational and administrative functions for the Office
of Financial Aid. Assist in ensuring compliance and consistency
with all federal, state and University policies and regulations
CH90 PIANIST or ORGANIST needed at Home Community
related to student aid. High School graduate/equivalent with at
Ministries, 719 Poplar Grove St., Baltimore. One Sunday service.
least three years experience in a college financial aid office;
Call Rev. Theodore Freeman at 443-677-3774.
ability to express ideas clearly in oral and written
communications; ability to perform independently and as a team
CH91 PIANIST needed for rehearsal only on Thursday evenings at
as well as provide excellent customer service; general computer
New Spirit Community Church in Howard County. Must read music
aptitude as well as the ability to use Microsoft Office Suite.
and be able to improvise for praise music. Call Toni Whaley at 410-
Reference Job# 22097. Apply on line at http://jobs.jhu.edu or
contact Homewood Human Resources at 410-516-8048.
CH92 MUSIC MINISTRY - Liberty Grove United Methodist Church
A36 SYSTEMS ANALYST- Peabody Conservatory. Position will
in Burtonsville, Maryland has 2 part-time openings in its Music
perform a major role in the planning, development, implementation
Ministry Program. The church is looking for a professional Music
and maintenance of information systems and will be responsible for
Director and a skilled Organist/Accompanist. There are two regularly
formulating solutions to business problems using technology. This
scheduled Sunday worship services, and an adult choir that rehearses
position is primarily responsible to implement the Internet Student
for 1 - to 1 ½ hours per week. Candidates should demonstrate
Information System at Peabody, specifically the admissions module
familiarity and appreciation for a variety of musical traditions and
and to serve as a project lead for the four ISIS modules at Peabody.
styles, flexibility, creativity and willingness to support/develop new
BA\BS degree and 3+ years related work experience through
and existing music programs. Interested applicants should contact
knowledge of SQL server, Visual Basic; experience with reporting
Rev. Dr. Richard Hogue at 301-421-9166 (Church office) or send
tools, web-enabled development, and systems analysis theory and
applications via e-mail to LGUMC@comcast.net; a detailed job
practice. Reference Job 22110. Apply on line at http://jobs.jhu.edu or
description is posted on the Church‘s website:
contact Homewood Human Resources at 410-516-8048.
A37 DEPARTMENT CHAIR- Chaflin University. Duties include
COLLEGE TEACHING Greensboro, NC 27402-6170. Deadline is November 1, 2005 or until
position is filled.
The Music Vacancy List of the College Music Society is available in
the Placement Office for reference. CT117 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC EDUCATION/STRING MUSIC
EDUCATION – University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Duties
CT112 VIOLA – DePauw University School of Music. Duties include include teaching undergraduate and graduate string music
teaching studio viola to music and liberal arts majors, and teaching education/pedagogy courses, and other areas of expertise, and
courses determined by candidate‘s strengths and interests. MM/dp, supervising student teachers in instrumental music education. Must
teaching experience at the university level, and proven artistry as a have a doctorate in Music Education, successful experience teaching
performer is required. Submit a letter of application, cv, three letters public or independent school students, and successful
of recommendation, a list of additional references, transcripts, CD college/university teaching experience. Send letter of application,
recording of recent performances, copies of concert programs, professional vitae, placement file (if available), transcripts of academic
evidence of teaching success, statement of teaching interests and records, and at least three names of reference to: Dr. Jennifer Stewart,
philosophy, and professional development plans to: Viola Search Chair/Instrumental MusEd Search Committee; c/o Dean John J. Deal,
Chair, School of Music, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN 46135. School of Music, UNCG, P.O. Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-
Review of applications begins October 21 and will continue until 6170. Deadline is November 1, 2005 or until position is filled.
position is filled. For more information, visit www.depauw.edu/music.
CT118 JAZZ STUDIES – University of North Carolina at
CT113 MUSIC EDUCATION INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC – Berklee Greensboro. Duties include performing with faculty jazz group, lead
College of Music. Duties include teaching instrumental music an active jazz studio on applied instrument, direct large jazz band,
education courses. Qualified applicants should have a minimum of coach and coordinate small jazz groups, teaching classes such as jazz
three years successful secondary public school teaching experience, appreciation, jazz ear training, jazz improvisation, and/or jazz theory.
teacher certification, and hold at least a Master‘s degree. Brass players Must have a Masters degree; evidence of artistic excellence and
are strongly encouraged to apply. Send a letter of application, cv, successful teaching; jazz saxophone, trumpet or trombone; and
reference list, and recent videotape of instrumental music teaching by college-level teaching experience preferred. Send a letter of
February 1, 2006 to: Instrumental Music Education Faculty Search; application, professional vitae, placement file (if available), transcripts
Office of Human Resources; Berklee College of Music; 1140 Boylston of academic records, a recent recording of performance and at least
Street, MS-855 HR; Boston, MA 02215-3693. three letters of reference to: Professor Steve Haines, Miles Davis Jazz
Program Search; c/o Dean John J. Deal, School of Music, UNCG,
CT114 MUSIC BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT – Berklee College of P.O. Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170. Deadline is November
Music. Duties include teaching courses related to business 1, 2005 or until position is filled.
management, recording industry operations, creative promotion
through media, and others assigned by the Chair. Qualified applicants CT119 MUSICOLOGY – University of Toronto at Scarborough.
should possess advanced degree (s) in disciplines that include the arts, Duties include teaching a broad range of courses on traditional and
business, or communications, college level classroom teaching contemporary music for undergraduate majors and non-majors,
experience (preferably in a music business/industry program), graduate teaching and supervision. Successful candidates will have a
computer business applications skills, and candidates with managerial broad interest with a specialization in either 20th Century or
experience in the recording industry will be given preference. To contemporary musical studies, including jazz, popular music, media
apply, submit application letter, resume, three letters of and technology, sound and conceptual/performance art; Completed
recommendation and supportive background materials by December 1, PhD and clear evidence of excellence in research and teaching
2005 to: MB/M Faculty Search, Office of HR, Berklee College of required. Send a letter of application, cv, and one writing sample to:
Music; 1140 Boylston Street, MS-855 HR; Boston, MA 02215-3693. Professor William R. Bowen; Chair, Department of Humanities; UTS;
1265 Military Trail, Toronto, ON M1C 1A4, Canada. Deadline for
CT115 ASSISTANT CHAIR MUSIC BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT – applications is November 14, 2005.
Berklee College of Music. Position is 12-months. Duties include
supporting the MB/M Department Chair in providing a curriculum of CT120 DIRECTOR OF OPERA THEATRE – Baylor University.
course work and practica that are relevant towards careers in the music Duties include assuming full responsibility for Baylor opera program,
industry. Applicants must have appropriate academic degrees in acting as stage director and production coordinator for at least one full
disciplines that include the arts, business, and/or law, or equivalent opera production and at least two opera scenes programs per year,
professional experience. College-level administrative and teaching teaching coursework associated with opera, including
experience is desirable. Submit application letter, resume, three letters acting/characterization and directing/staging. Must have demonstrated
of recommendation, and supportive background materials by record of success as an opera director, and collegiate experience is
December 1, 2005 to: MB/M Assistant Chair; Office of HR; Berklee preferred. Master‘s degree or equivalent professional experience
College of Music; 1140 Boylston Street, MS-855 HR, Boston, MA required. Screening of applications will begin November 4, 2005 and
02215-3693. will continue until the position is filled. Send a letter of application, cv
or resume, list of references, video documentation of productions
CT116 VOICE - University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Duties directed, and three current letters of recommendation to: Dr. Chris
include teaching studio voice as well as related areas of expertise, such Buddo, Chair, Opera Search Committee, Baylor University School of
as diction, or vocal literature. Applications should have a baritone or Music, One Bear Place #97408, Waco, Texas 76798-7408.
bass voice, a doctorate degree in voice, or equivalent professional
experience, and evidence of successful teaching and performance. CT121 CHORAL MUSIC EDUCATION – University of Utah. Duties
Send a letter of application, cv, placement file (if available), include overseeing undergraduate choral music education program,
transcripts of academic records, recordings, and at least three letters of teaching courses in support of the undergraduate and graduate music
reference to: Dr. Nancy Walker, Chair/Voice Search Committee; c/o education program, supervising student teachers, and conducting a
Dean John J. Deal, School of Music, UNCG, P.O. Box 26170, choral ensemble. Doctorate preferred, ABD considered; successful
choral conducting background, minimum three years secondary school Academic Affairs: Claflin University: 400 Magnolia Street:
teaching. Send a letter of interest, cv, a 1-2 page statement of personal Orangeburg, SC 29115.
teaching philosophy within a comprehensive university music school,
copies of official university transcripts, and three current letters of CT127 MUSIC THEORY – Florida State University, Tallahassee.
recommendation to: Robert Walzel, Director, School of Music – Duties include teaching core undergraduate music theory classes
University of Utah, 204 DGH – 1375 East Presidents Circle, Salt Lake including harmony, tonal or modal counterpoint, form and tonal
City, UT 84112-0030. Review process will begin November 15, 2005 analysis, as well as graduate survey course on the history of music
until the position is filled. theory and graduate seminars in areas of specialization. Must have a
Doctorate in music theory, evidence of successful university teaching
CT122 VOICE – University of Utah. Duties include teaching studio experience, and an ongoing agenda of research and publication. Send
voice, and possibly teaching other courses in literature, pedagogy, a letter of application, cv, and three reference letters to: Don Gibson,
and/or diction in support of the needs of the Vocal Area, MM/dp. Dean, Music Theory Search, College of Music, Florida State
Must have demonstrated success in applied teaching and be an artist University, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1180. Deadline for applications is
level performer. Preference may be given to mezzo-soprano or November 16, 2005.
contralto candidates. Send a letter of interest, cv, a list of
accomplishments by students (if available), a 1-2 page statement of CT128 VOICE – Florida State University, Tallahassee. Duties include
personal teaching philosophy, copies of official university transcripts, teaching studio voice, with possibility of teaching courses in other
and three current letters of recommendation to: Robert Walzel, related areas of expertise such as foreign language diction and
Director, School of Music – University of Utah, 204 DGH – 1375 grammar, vocal literature or vocal pedagogy. Must have proven
East Presidents Circle, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0030. Review artistry as a performer, strong commitment to teaching, a record of
process will begin November 15, 2005 until the position is filled. success in the area of recruitment and a doctorate degree or equivalent
experience. Soprano, Mezzo-soprano and contralto voices are
CT123 MUSIC DIRECTOR/CONDUCTOR – Ball State University. preferable. Send a resume, audition CD, and three reference letters
Duties include artistic direction and performance for multiple with a letter of application to: Don Gibson, Dean, Voice Search
performances per year for both the Ball State Symphony Orchestra Committee, College of Music, FSU, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1180.
and the Muncie Symphony Orchestra as well as coordinate graduate Deadline for applications is January 3, 2006.
degree programs in conducting and teaching conducting. MM/dp.
Send letter, cv, names and contact information for 3 current CT129 CELLO – Florida State University, Tallahassee. Duties include
references, and certified transcript copy of highest degree earned to: teaching studio cello, and activity in solo and chamber music
Chair, Conductor Screening Committee; College of Fine Arts; BSU; performance. Must have proven artistry as a performer, strong
Muncie, IN 47306. Deadline is June 30, 2006. www.bsu.edu and commitment to teaching, a record of success in the area of recruitment,
www.munciesymphony.org and a doctorate degree of equivalent experience. Send resume, letter of
application, audition CD, and three reference letters to: Don Gibson,
CT124 ETHNOMUSICOLOGY- University of Kansas. Responsible Dean, Cello Search Committee, College of Music, FSU, Tallahassee,
for teaching undergraduate and graduate ethnomusicology classes and FL 32306-1180. Deadline is December 9, 2005.
taking a leadership role in integrating ethnomusicology into graduate
curriculum. Will pursue a rigorous research program. Must have a CT130 MUSIC HISTORY - University of South Carolina, Columbia.
doctoral degree in ethnomusicology. Priority consideration will be Duties include teaching undergraduate and graduate music history
given to applications received by November 15, 2005. Applicants courses, maintaining excellence in scholarly research and publication
should submit a letter of application, sample of their writing, and three activity, serving on graduate examination committees and advising
current letters of recommendation to: Paul R. Laird, Chair: doctoral papers, and other teaching duties as assigned. All areas of
Ethnomusicology Search Committee: Department of Music and musicological expertise will be considered. A PhD in Musicology is
Dance: 1530 Naismith Dr. Room 460: University of Kansas: required, proven record or promise of significant achievement in
Lawrence, KS 66045-3102. scholarly research, publication and (if applicable) performance
required, and college level teaching experience is required. Send a
CT125 MUSIC EDUCATION- Augusta State University. Responsible letter of application, cv, three current letters of recommendation and
for teaching Music Education Methods courses, planning, supporting credentials to: Chair, Music History Search Committee,
coordinating, and supervising Field Experiences and Apprenticeships School of Music, USC, 813 Assemble Street, Columbia, SC 29208.
for Music Education students. Must have Ph.D. in Music Education Screening of applications will begin on November 15, 2005.
and minimum of five years public school teaching experience.
Applications must be received no later than December 15, 2005. ADDITIONAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE:
Include a letter, resume, transcripts, three letters of recommendation,
and names and telephone numbers of at least five references. THEORY and COMPOSITION – Metro State College of Denver, CO
Screening of applicants will begin in January and continue until the www.mscd.edu/news/jhbs.htm
position is filled. Send materials to: Dr. Bill Hobbins: Chair, Music
Education Search Committee: Department of Fine Arts: Augusta State MUSIC – Suffolk Community College, Selden, NY.
University: 2500 Walton Way: Augusta, GA 30904-2200. www.sunysuffolk.edu
CT126- DIRECTOR OF BANDS- Claflin University. Responsible for MUSIC – Case College of Arts and Sciences.
conducting the University Wind Ensemble, teaching undergraduate www.case.edu/artsci/dean/searches
courses in conducting, instrumental pedagogy, and coordinating
activities within instrumental program. MM/dp. The successful MUSIC EDUCATION – Rowan University in New Jersey.
candidate will have significant experience and documented record of www.rowan.edu/jobs
success as a conductor and teacher. Open until filled. Please send
materials to: Dr. Cedric Adderley: Assistant Vice President: Office of DIRECTOR of BANDS – Georgia Southern University.
PT77 VOICE AND PIANO INSTRUCTORS needed to teach part
MUSIC – University of Tasmania. www.utas.edu.au/jobs time, one or two afternoons/evenings weekly at the Academy of Fine
Arts in Glen Burnie, MD. For more information, call 410-766-1237.
ORCHESTRA CONDUCTOR – Metro State College of Denver, CO.
#95 F149. www.mscd.edu/news/jobs.htm PT78 PIANO, CELLO, SAXOPHONE, CLARINET INSTRUCTORS
needed at International School of Music in Bethesda, MD. Email your
THEORY – Williams College, Williamstown, MA 01267. resume to email@example.com or mail it to: Int‘l School of Music; 5110
www.williams.edu/music Ridgefield Rd., Suite 212; Bethesda, MD 20816. Phone – 301-657-
PT79 FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS needed at Washington
CONDUCTORS GUILD Opportunities Bulletin is available in the County Public Schools, Hagerstown, MD. Current postings and an
Placement Office for reference. application packet can be found on the website
PT80 PIANO TEACHER needed for an after school program for
C44 MUSIC DIRECTOR – New Haven Symphony Orchestra. students age 5 – 18 at Ft. Mead, MD. Call Mr. Fran Jamenson at 301-
Conduct 8 symphonic programs and 3 pops concerts. The NHSO has 677-1196.
a strong education and community engagement commitment. Must
have significant experience conducting professional orchestras. PT81 TENORS & BASSES needed to perform with a small ensemble
Minimum residency of 15 weeks a year in New Haven is expected. singing 16th Century motets and sacred music. Concert will be at St.
Send letter, resume and repertoire list of works conducted including Matthews Cathedral in Washington, DC. Call Lourdes Berthin at
the orchestras that performed each work and dates of performances. 202-347-3215.
No videos or recordings at this time. Send to: Natalie Forbes;
Executive Director; NHSO; 70 Audubon St.; New Haven, CT 06510. PT82 VIOLINIST needed to join pianist and cellist in the Washington
Deadline is Nov. 15, 2005. www.newhavensymphony.org Arts Trio. Violinist should be of professional stature and should be a
soloist as well as a chamber musician. Must have broad knowledge of
PERFORMANCE repertoire. Call Serge at 703-821-0065.
PT83 PIANO, VIOLIN, VIOLA, CELLO, FLUTE, OBOE,
P45 MARINE CORPS MUSICIAN AUDITIONS will take place for
CLARINET, SAXOPHONE, BASSOON, TRUMPET, TROMBONE,
Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Percussion, Trumpet, French Horn,
FRENCH HORN, GUITAR, VIOCE INSTRUCTORS needed at
Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Soprano and Contra Bugles, and
Music Lesson Central, a music education organization providing
Guitar. Full benefits included as well as tuition assistance. For more
lessons in the Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Alexandria, and Fairfax
information, including audition scheduling, contact your local
areas. Must have an undergraduate degree or be in the process of
recruiter, Gunnery Sergeant Richard Nunley at 800-811-6104, or
completing it. Access to a vehicle and able to travel to students‘
firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.ala.usmc.mil/band,
homes are also required. Send a cover letter indicating what
www.drumcorps.mbw.usmc.mil, or www.marines.com.
instruments you would like to teach, what cities/areas you would like
to teach in, and available teaching days and times. Include at least two
P46 TENOR VOCALIST needed in the United States Army Chorus.
professional references with contact information, and a resume. Fax
This is a full-time salaried position with benefits including medical,
to 866-601-7954 or email word documents only to
dental, loan repayment plans, and a permanent duty assignment in
email@example.com. www.musiclessoncentral.com 703-
Washington, DC. Applicants must demonstrate sight-reading skills
and have the ability to perform a range of musical styles including
Classical and Broadway. Regular duties include missions with the US
Army Chorus, a male choral ensemble, solo National Anthem VOLUNTEER
missions, and occasional solo performances with other ensembles.
Submit a resume, a recording (with a classical selection in a foreign STUDENT MUSICIANS needed to provide appropriate music for a
language and a pop, gospel or show tune in English) and a full length community wide Holocaust Remembrance Commemoration April 23,
photograph to: Commander, US Army Band Pershing‘s Own; 2006 at 7 pm in Baltimore. This year the theme is ―passing on the
ATTN:Chorus Auditions; 400 McNair Rd. Suite 109‘ Mt. Myer, VA legacy‖ with a focus on students. If you would like to participate, call
22211-1306. For more information, visit Debbie Caplan at the Baltimore Jewish Council, 410-542-4850.
www.usarmyband.com/armychorus, or call 703-696-3645.
TENORS and BASSES wanted for chamber choir under the direction
of Peabody Alumnus Chris Bassett. The Bach Society of Baltimore is
PART-TIME MUSICAL a chamber choir with a 40+ year history and a huge following.
Despite the name, Bach is only a small portion of the repertoire, which
PART-TIME AND FULL-TIME spans from early music to contemporary. The choir rehearses Tuesday
NON-MUSICAL nights at St. Stephen Lutheran Church. Currently singers are unpaid—
the ensemble is made up of members who sing for the love of the
PT76 ORCHESTRAL MUSICIANS needed to play in the Municipal music. Concert programs are varied, and some typical performances
Opera Company of Baltimore‘s production of The Merry Widow, Dec. include: Madrigal Feasts, Renaissance Festivals, and a Haunted
2, 3, and 4. Rehearsals Nov. 20 – 26, Nov. 27 – Dec. 1. Willing to Concert (in honor of Edgar Allen Poe). Contact Chris at 410-905-
work around schedules and obligations. Contact Robert Stumpf at 6582. firstname.lastname@example.org or visit:
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