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Suzuki Violin Teacher

Location: Halifax, NS
Posting Date: New on May 6 2021

Description: The Scotia Suzuki School of Music serves approx. 270 students, and a staff of 18 teachers who are all Suzuki trained. At our school, in addition to the Suzuki core training, we focus on diversity and appreciation for the music of other cultures, as well as traditional Maritime music and classical.

Duties: Teaching up to 30 hours of a combination of the possible following duties:
Teach Suzuki method in private and group class settings. Small group theory classes. Orchestra or Ensemble work. Supervise and direct solo or group concerts. May provide teacher mentoring to new teachers in the school.

Qualifications:—Music degree
- Canadian Citizenship or Working permit
- Book 6 Suzuki training or higher(or experience and a plan to get training) SECE training or Cello training/skills and experience a bonus
- Active SAA membership
- Fluent in English
- Experience in Suzuki teaching

Salary: Please contact for details

NOTE: The starting date could be earlier at the end of April or the start of May as part-time to move in September to full time.

Contact: Christy Hodder

Website: scotiasuzuki.org
Phone: 9024767776
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Piano Teacher

Location: Durham, NC
Posting Date: New on Jun 14 2021

Description: Join our studio family and enjoy working with a team of incredible teachers and dedicated families! Our motto is “nurturing musicians of all ages,” and as a school and community we work to build lasting relationships with a diverse clientele.

Duties: Teach individual Suzuki & traditional piano lessons for students of varying ages and levels. Teaching also includes quarterly piano group classes & recitals. Saturday teaching may be necessary. Our school calendar is year round.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Music and/or SAA registered teacher training in piano preferred, or equivalent life experience & keen interest. Prefer person with demonstrated cultural competency skills who who shares our commitment to equality, diversity, & inclusion.

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Teachers are independent contractors, and while demand for piano is at an all-time high, hours are not guaranteed. The school will partner on MTNA membership, and also has limited funds for professional development.

Contact: Jenn Hancock, director

Website: trianglemusicschool.com
Phone: 919.309.9834
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Director of Suzuki Strings and Orchestral Studies Sedona Charter School

Location: Sedona, AZ
Posting Date: New on Jun 10 2021

Description: Located in beautiful Sedona, AZ, Sedona Charter School, a K-8th public charter, seeks an energetic and visionary, full-time Director of Suzuki Strings and Orchestral Studies. Deliver strings instruction to students in all grades in our brand new, state of the art Performing Arts Classroom.

Duties: Teach bi-weekly small group Suzuki violin classes to K-3rd grade students, and bi-weekly small group Suzuki classes to all 4th-8th grade students on chosen instrument (violin, viola, cello). Conduct orchestras and ensembles and lead all school performances and community events for strings program.

Qualifications: Minimum BM in Music Education/ Suzuki Pedagogy, MM preferred. Registered SAA books 1-4. AZ Teacher Cert. preferred. Successful prior teaching experience in group instruction at appropriate age levels and possesses strong classroom management, organization and communication skills.

Salary: Based on experience and qualifications. Benefits include 100% employer paid health insurance, bonuses, concert stipends, and professional development.

Contact: Contact: Meg Haesloop, President of Sedona Charter School Governing Council

Email: [javascript protected email address]

Website: sedonacharterschool.com/director-of-suzuki-strings-and-orchestral-stud
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FT, 12-month, Suzuki Preschool Director

Location: Newton, MA
Posting Date: New on Jun 7 2021

Description: Suzuki School of Newton is searching for a Preschool Director as part of its senior management team for its integrated arts, full-day Preschool in Newton who will be in charge of 4 classrooms, currently licensed for 40 students, and a robust summer program. Must have a vision for Suzuki education.

Duties: The Preschool Director is in charge of enrollment, hiring, marketing, fundraising, community building, and a vision for integrating Suzuki education & a STEAM curriculum. A large number of resources for arts and music education are available as well as large classrooms & enthusiastic parents.

Qualifications: Must have a Bachelors or advanced degree in early childhood education,five years experience as a preschool director, MA Director 2 license. Experience in elementary education a plus. Must love children, be flexible and organized, be an excellent communicator and listener, and be a visionary leader.

Salary: Range based upon experience: $58,000-64,000.

Contact: Sachiko Isihara, Executive Director. Email to [javascript protected email address]. No phone calls please.

Website: suzukinewton.org
Phone: 6179644522
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Cello Teacher

Location: Seattle, WA
Posting Date: New on Jun 7 2021

Description: Music Center of the Northwest is a non-profit community music school located in North Seattle. We believe in the transformative power of music. Music Center provides access to exceptional musical experiences for people of all ages and abilities, regardless of means.

Duties: Instruct individual and group Suzuki cello lessons. Opportunities to teach additional outreach and ensemble programs. Prepare students for recitals. Maintain open communication with families, faculty and staff.

Qualifications: B. Mus or similar, plus Suzuki teacher training through Cello Unit 2 (minimum). Experience with beginners is a preferred.

Salary: Hourly wage determined by education and experience. Part time position of 3-10+ hours to begin, with opportunities to grow.

Contact: To apply:
Send cover letter, resume and 3 references by email to:
Chas Arnold, Executive Director
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Website: www.musiccenternw.org
Phone: 2065268443
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Piano Teacher

Location: Ridgefield, CT
Posting Date: New on Jun 4 2021

Description: Ridgefield Suzuki School offers violin, viola, cello and piano lessons and group classes in the Suzuki Method, as well as early childhood classes to Ridgefield, CT and the surrounding communities. The school services over 100 students and maintains a close-knit, supportive Suzuki community.

Duties: Teach private lessons and group classes to students age 3.5 and up. Help facilitate recitals, concerts, and other community events. Work together with other faculty to maintain a cohesive program.

Qualifications: Bachelors or higher degree in Music. Registered Suzuki training through book 1 or higher.

Salary: Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Health and retirement benefits available for full-time faculty.

Contact: Send resume and cover letter to apply. Teaching videos of both private lesson and group class are preferred as well.

Website: www.RidgefieldSuzukiSchool.com
Phone: 203-403-2667
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin, Viola, and Cello Teachers

Location: Milwaukee, WI
Posting Date: New on May 28 2021

Description: The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is the nation’s fastest growing community music school and the largest and most comprehensive such institution in Wisconsin. Located at the heart of Milwaukee’s East Side, the area has a thriving culture and arts scene.

Duties: Teach private lessons, assist with Suzuki group classes as needed, and attend faculty meetings. Faculty members can teach in the Conservatory Connections Program, which offers general music, strings, and other music programming in many schools throughout the Milwaukee area.

Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor of Music degree, teaching experience, and registered Suzuki training. Teacher should also be a performer at a professional level and skilled in teaching young beginners through advancing levels.

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Teachers are in session for fall and spring semesters of 16-weeks each, as per the Conservatory calendar, and a shorter, more flexible summer session. Full time is possible for the right candidate.

Contact: Rachel Fritz, Chief Operations Officer, Wisconsin Conservatory of Music via the online application portal.

Website: www.wcmusic.org/about/employment-opportunities/
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin/Viola, Piano, and Guitar Teachers

Location: West Columbia, SC
Posting Date: New on May 26 2021

Description: SAC is a growing nonprofit program located in the Midlands of South Carolina and affiliated with the UofSC School of Music. Lessons and group classes are offered weekly during the school year. We are seeking violin and guitar teachers to accommodate growth, and hope to add piano in the future.

Duties: Teach weekly private lessons and group classes, attend and lead student performances, collaborate and meet regularly with faculty, possible chamber music coaching

Qualifications: Violin/Viola Position: Master’s degree in performance or pedagogy and registered SAA teacher training through book 4
Piano & Guitar Positions: Bachelor’s degree in performance or pedagogy and registered SAA teacher training through book 1
Commitment to the Suzuki philosophy and ongoing training

Salary: Hourly wage is commensurate with experience; stipend for continuing education available

Contact: Sarah Evanovich, Director; Suzuki Academy of Columbia (SAC); P.O. Box 564, Columbia, SC 29202

Website: www.suzukiacademycolumbia.org
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin Teacher

Location: Hamilton, BM
Posting Date: New on May 26 2021

Description: The Bermuda School of Music, Bermuda charity #483, has been providing music education to the Island since 1978. It is our aim to achieve musical excellence for all by providing individual and community music programmes for students of all ages and in areas of need.

Duties: Teach individual and group lessons to students, 29/hours per week. Hold studio and group recitals. Perform in faculty concerts and at community events.

Qualifications: Candidates will hold a degree in Music (violin) and have 5 years post graduate teaching experience. Applicants must have a minimum of registered Book 4 Suzuki Teacher Training, the Comprehensive Suzuki Audition video and a teaching video. Experience in Suzuki Cello instruction would be an asset.

Salary: Compensation is competitive and commensurate with training and experience.

Contact: Kent Hayward

Website: www.musicschool.bm
Phone: 441-296-5100 ext. 208
Fax: 441-292-0686
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Cello Department Chair

Location: Wan Chai, HK
Posting Date: New on May 25 2021

Description: Seed Music Academy was established in February 2019. Our academy has grown from 6 families into 80 families in less than 3 years, and have stayed open and offered in person lessons throughout the pandemic. We offered piano, violin, cello, vocal and music preparation class from the age of 3 and up.

Duties: Conduct weekly private lessons, bi-monthly group classes, theory class, chamber class, assist with school activities and recitals. Maintain communication with faculty and families. Position will begin in August 2021. 20+ hours per week.

Qualifications: Minimum BM in Cello Performance. MM, Suzuki Pedagogy Preferred.
Registered Suzuki teacher training through Cello Unit 2 at minimum. 3 years of experience with teaching beginners is a plus. We seek candidate who is passionate in teaching and possess a good character with good communication skills.

Salary: US $45K-50K per year. Package includes housing benefits, health insurance, employment-based retirement protection system, relocation fee.
The school consist of 34 weeks of teaching during the semester, plus 6 weeks of summer. 12 weeks of School Holidays: Christmas, Chinese New Year, Easter etc.

Contact: Please submit CV, private and group teaching video.

Website: www.seedmusic.com.hk
Phone: 85260223200
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Piano Instructor

Location: Minneapolis, MN
Posting Date: New on May 21 2021

Description: This position is responsible for maintaining high standards of teaching excellence. The instructor teaches individual Suzuki piano lessons for students of varying ages and levels. Teaching also includes weekly Suzuki piano group classes. Saturday teaching is required.

Duties: • Foster a positive learning environment
• Establish a good rapport with students and families
• Provide expert music instruction, including demonstrating the playing of the piano in lessons and playing piano with the student
• Manage studio
• visit website for additional job duties

Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Music and/or SAA registered teacher training in piano required, preferably through Book 3. Master’s degree in piano performance preferred.
Experience: Minimum of 3 years of Suzuki studio teaching all ages & skill levels, & Suzuki group teaching experience.

Salary: Hourly wage determined by education and experience. Health insurance and benefits available for teaching 900 hours annually.

Contact: For more information contact Beth Turco, Suzuki Director, [javascript protected email address]. To apply, please visit the employment page on our website

Website: www.macphail.org
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Guitar Instructor

Location: Minneapolis, MN
Posting Date: New on May 21 2021

Description: This position is responsible for maintaining high standards of teaching excellence. The instructor teaches individual Suzuki guitar lessons for students of varying ages & levels. Teaching includes weekly Suzuki guitar group classes based on a curriculum and structure. Saturday teaching is required.

Duties: • Foster a positive learning environment
• Establish a good rapport with students and families
• Provide high expert music instruction, including demonstrating the playing of the guitar in lessons and playing guitar with the student
• Manage studio
• visit website for additional duties

Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Music and/or SAA registered teacher training in guitar required, preferably through Book 3. Master’s degree in guitar performance preferred.
Experience: Minimum of three years of Suzuki studio teaching all ages & skill levels, and Suzuki group teaching experiences

Salary: Hourly wage determined by education and experience. Health insurance and benefits available for teaching 900 hours annually.

Contact: For more information contact Beth Turco, Suzuki Director, [javascript protected email address]. To apply, please visit our employment page on our website.

Website: www.macphail.org
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Cello Teaching Position

Location: Lone Tree, CO
Posting Date: New on May 20 2021

Description: The studio is a Suzuki and Alexander Technique based music academy. Currently all students who take private lessons have access to online music theory lessons guided by the teacher, Alexander Lessons and an opportunity to participate in one of the three levels of a weekly group class.

Duties: In person cello lessons
availability for recitals
monitoring and providing weekly theory assignments via the studios MusicFirst Classroom portal

Qualifications: Registered Suzuki teacher training through Unit 6 at minimum
Ability to do in person lessons
Undergrad degree in music (preferred but not required)

Salary: The studio pays teachers on a tiered system. The longer the student is with the teacher the higher percentage the teacher makes from the students tuition. Also, students that are sourced by the teacher make 80% of the students tuition automatically. Performance opportunities and bonuses available.

Contact: Please email or call Ms. Rafferty if you are interested in the position.

Website: www.a-musician-is.com
Phone: 7208407760
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin/Viola Faculty

Location: Western Springs, IL
Posting Date: New on May 13 2021

Description: Mattix Music Studio is looking for a qualified Suzuki violin/viola instructor to join our wonderful faculty in Western Springs, IL. For full information, see our job description here: https://www.indeed.com/job/private-violin-instructor-e430958fc9f52d3f

Duties: Teach weekly private and group Suzuki Method violin and viola lessons to students from ages 2 to adult.
Work with a team of other Suzuki faculty to present unified programming studio-wide.

Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred.
Must be a registered Suzuki teacher.
Minimum of 2 years teaching experience, early childhood experience preferred.

Salary: Depending on qualification, experience and education. Range: $30-40 per hour for private lessons.

Contact: Katie Mattix, Director
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708-638-2897
4211 Grand Avenue, Western Springs, IL 60558

Website: www.mattixmusic.com
Phone: 708-638-3027
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin and Cello Faculty

Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Posting Date: New on May 6 2021

Description: Gifted Music School seeks an accomplished Violin and CelIo instructor to teach applied lessons and group classes for our nationally recognized Suzuki Program. The teaching artist will be expected to join a serious teaching team committed to teaching students of all ages, levels, and background

Duties: Demonstrate commitment to the Suzuki philosophy and the nurturing of students and parents in a private studio setting; commit to life-long development as a teacher, maintain a reliable teaching schedule, consistently participate in Suzuki concerts, group lessons, and other school events.

Qualifications: Minimum of a BM or BA in violin performance or the equivalent experience. MM, MMA, or DMA in performance, Suzuki pedagogy, or string pedagogy preferred.
Registered Suzuki teacher training through Violin/Cello Unit 3 at minimum. Commitment to continuous Suzuki training and professional development.

Salary: Hourly wage is commensurate with experience. The hours for this position are negotiable and may vary depending on instructor availability and student demand.

Contact: Stacy Smith, Suzuki Program Director
Gifted Music School
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Website: www.giftedmusicschool.org/employment
Phone: 8018608153
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin Instructor (part-time)

Location: Belmont, MA
Posting Date: New on Jun 1 2021

Description: Powers Music School seeks an experienced Suzuki violin instructor to join a collaborative and growing Suzuki community teaching students age 3 ½ and up. The current string department consists of twenty-four faculty members who teach private lessons, coach chamber music, and run orchestra sectionals.

Duties:—Teach private lessons and group classes based on department need with the flexibility of teaching online or in-person lessons.
- Meet regularly with Suzuki faculty.
- Collaborate with Suzuki faculty for semester group classes, recitals, and special events.
- Attend annual faculty meeting and open

Qualifications:—Master’s degree in performance, pedagogy or equivalent work experience.
- Documented successful teaching experience.
- Effective communication skills with students, parents, and colleagues.
- Minimum of registered Suzuki Book 4 required.

Salary: COMPENSATION: Based on experience and qualifications.

Contact: To apply: Send cover letter, resume and 3 references by email to [javascript protected email address]

Website: powersmusic.org
Phone: 6174844696
Email: [javascript protected email address]

All Instruments

Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Posting Date: New on May 10 2021

Description: Craft Your Music is a web community where music lovers of all ages and interests share content, insight, and learn together. The platform “houses” Center For Young Musicians, a 28 year old music school established to develop musical talent through the Suzuki Method, with locations in the Pittsburgh area, serving families with kids 0—18 years old.

Duties: Suzuki instructors work online and in person, teach lessons, courses, lead events, and play recitals. They support student achievement through certification programs and performances.

Qualifications: People who thrive in our organization have great communication skills and are community oriented—they want to work in a school with dedicated teachers and an innovative support staff. Master’s Degrees are the norm and all have specialty training (Suzuki/Musikgarten).

Salary: Benefits available at 10 hours. Rate increases as hours taught increase. Hourly events paid. Continuing education and relocation stipend available.

Contact: Victoria McGinnis

Website: youngmusicians.org/
Phone: 724-935-0505
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin and/or Viola Teacher

Location: Hong Kong, HK
Posting Date: New on Apr 30 2021

Description: Excited to be entering our 15th year in 2021-2022, our community of 75 students includes cello, piano, viola and violin. Orchestra, chamber music, early childhood music classes also offered. MusiCares Secondary student-led community service group.

Duties: Teach private lessons and group classes to children ages 4-adult. Teach orchestra, chamber music and early childhood classes as appropriate. Participate in studio recitals, group concerts, staff meetings and other activities. 34-week school year + 6 week summer term.

Qualifications: Registered Suzuki training. University music degree.

Salary: Commensurate with training and experience
Includes Health Insurance
Continuing Education Stipend earned after first contract
*immediate access to additional training possible

School Holidays: Christmas, Lunar New Year, Spring Break, and 4 week holiday during summer, Hong Kong Public Holidays

Contact: Please submit:
*CV
*Private and Group teaching video

to Diane Slone: [javascript protected email address]

Website: www.suzukihk.org
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Early Childhood Suzuki Violin &Piano Teacher teacher

Location: Sharon, MA
Posting Date: New on Apr 20 2021

Description: We are seeking a Part-time Suzuki Violin and/or Piano teacher to teach Violin and/or Piano for students ages 3 to 6 for the academic school year 2021-2022 and beyond. BMSS is a French Bilingual Montessori School whose curriculum offers Piano, Violin, Vocal and Dance to all of our students.

Duties: Teaching up to 8 hours per of a combination of the possible following duties:
Teach Suzuki method of Violin and/ or Piano in group class settings. Supervise and direct solo or group recitals. Candidates must be able to commute to Sharon.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Music degree.
All books up to & including Book 3 registered with SAA or other Suzuki Associations. 2 years Suzuki teaching experience.
English fluency in speaking, reading and writing. The language of instruction is English.
Special consideration for those who speak French

Salary: Commensurate with experience and training starts at $60.00 per hour

Contact: Please email resume to [javascript protected email address] or call (781) 7843000

Website: www.bilingualmontessorischoolofsharon.org
Phone: 7817843000
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Middle School Music Teacher—Orchestra

Location: Bentonville, AR
Posting Date: New on Apr 19 2021

Description: This position is shared between Bright Field Middle School and Fulbright Junior High School in Bentonville, AR. It is under the general supervision of the School Principal, to facilitate student success and growth in academic and interpersonal skills through music, specifically in orchestra.

Duties: Implements a comprehensive plan of string instruction that addresses the fundamentals through advanced performing techniques specific to each instrument. Leads and models on a string instrument for beginning, intermediate, and advanced strings-only classes and prepare students for various auditions.

Qualifications: Arkansas State Certification as a Teacher and in the appropriate grade level preferred. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education with an emphasis in strings from an accredited college or university. Successful prior teaching experience for the appropriate grade level preferred.

Salary: The teacher salary schedule in Bentonville Schools ranges from $47,799 to $76,037 based on degree levels and years of experience.

Contact: Mary Kelly—BWHS Orchestra Director [javascript protected email address]
Jesse Collett—BHS Orchestra Director [javascript protected email address]

Website: www.bentonvillek12.org
Phone: 479-286-9753
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Cello Teacher

Location: Shreveport, LA
Posting Date: New on Apr 2 2021

Description: The Centenary Suzuki School (CSS) was established 43 years ago at Centenary College of LA. With about 150 students and 7 teachers, it offers weekly group classes with repertoire classes, theory, and three orchestras in addition to the weekly private lessons. CSS also offers numerous concerts yearly.

Duties: Teaching private cello lessons and weekly group classes. Attending and leading concerts and recitals, during the Fall and Spring semesters. Attending one yearly faculty meeting. Summer private lessons are flexible depending on the number of weeks each teacher is available.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Music in Cello with Suzuki training through Bk. 4 desirable, with the willingness to complete cello Suzuki training through Bk. 8. Our local Suzuki Parents Association can help with additional training.

Salary: Contact for details. Payroll is through the college.

Contact: Send resumes to:
Laura Crawford (Director) [javascript protected email address]
and Charles Regauer (Administrator) [javascript protected email address]
For more information go to: https://centenarysuzuki.com/job-listing/

Website: www.centenarysuzuki.com
Phone: (318) 869-5728
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String Program Director

Location: Homer, AK
Posting Date: New on Mar 25 2021

Description: Homer OPUS is a nonprofit organization that delivers school and community-based string programs to individuals aged kindergarten through adult. We currently have violin programs for K-2 students at two elementary schools and multiple orchestral ensembles for ages 3rd grade to adult.

Duties: Teach classroom strings for grades K-2 in two elementary schools. Lead a small string youth orchestra with groups of varying levels with an emphasis on Suzuki group violin instruction. Additional duties will be determined by the candidate’s interest and skills and in collaboration with the Board.

Qualifications: B.A. Music education degree. Suzuki violin teacher training. 2 years primary classroom experience preferred. Good communication skills with the ability to collaborate with classroom teachers. Willingness to follow school district Covid-19 protocols and pass a school district background check.

Salary: $40-48K DOE. Professional development is available.

Contact: To Apply: Send a resume and cover letter to [javascript protected email address]
See our website for more information.

Homer OPUS—355 W. Pioneer Avenue, Ste. 300—Homer, AK 99603

Website: www.HomerOPUS.com
Phone: 1 907 435 7130
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Brooklyn Conservatory seeks Violin, Cello & Piano Instructors

Location: Brooklyn, NY
Posting Date: New on Mar 23 2021

Description: Brooklyn Conservatory of Music (BKCM) seeks instructors in cello, violin, piano to join BKCM’s Suzuki team of 26 faculty, teaching 240 students in our instrumental program. Students attend weekly private, group and theory classes, alongside our robust first year parent training program.

Duties: Teach private lessons; teach group classes which incorporate music theory.
Prepare students for and attend two recitals and two festivals per school year.
Maintain timely communication with administration, faculty, and families.
Prepare curricula and materials for classes; attend faculty meeting

Qualifications: B. Mus. or similar, plus Units 1 – 4 registered units; SPA and Practicum; Experience teaching music theory & Music Mind Games. The best candidate may not yet have met all of these qualifications.

We seek candidates who are committed to anti-racism within western classical art music and beyond.

Salary: Please contact for details. Part time position of 3—10+ hours per week (for each violin and cello), with growth opportunities in subsequent school years. We do not have an immediate need for piano faculty, but we are always interested in seeing resumes. BKCM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact: To apply, please send:
Cover letter that addresses teaching philosophy
Current Resume or CV
Recommended: Link to a video of candidate teaching a private or group lesson

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All applicants please also cc BKCM Suzuki Program Director:
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Website: www.BKCM.org
Phone: 9179754873
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