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Collaborative Pianist, Full-Time, Term Appointment, Renewable Yearly

Employer
University of Tennessee at Martin
Location
Tennessee, United States
Salary
$41,000.00 - $41,000.00
Posted date
Jan 29, 2018

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Position Type
Faculty Positions, Arts, Music, Performing Arts
Employment Level
Non-Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time
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Job Responsibilities

Duties include accompanying faculty, guest artists, and student instrumental and vocal majors in the following activities within the UTM Department of Music: individual recitals, auditions, lessons, studio classes, honors recital hour performances, recital hearings, and juries. Ensemble responsibilities may include, but are not limited to accompanying major and independent ensembles, opera and musical theatre, as well as additional assignments according to individual expertise. Additional collaborative projects may be requested and other related tasks may be assigned by the department chair.

 

Required Educational Qualifications and Work Experience:

Master of Music degree in collaborative piano, accompanying, or piano performance required – with a minimum of two years of accompanying experience at the college/university level.  DMA or ABD in collaborative piano, accompanying, or piano performance preferred.

 

Anticipated Start Date:

August 1, 2018

 

Required Application Materials:

Qualified applicants must apply online at http://www.utm.edu/departments/personnel/fac_emp.php and attach a letter of interest and curriculum vitae and links to video only examples of 30 minutes of collaborative music.  Emphasis on instrumental, but vocal collaboration should be included.  Question or inquires may be directed to Dr. Julie Hill, Chair, Department of Music jhill@utm.edu.

 

Applications accepted until March 15, 2018.

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