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Cello Teaching Artist

Location: Cedar Rapids, IA
Posting Date: New on May 21 2019

Description: Harmony School is home to Cedar Rapids’ only Suzuki school and Iowa’s first El Sistema program. We seek a part-time cello instructor to join our faculty; energetic, works cooperatively with colleagues, and desires the challenge of building a high-quality studio.

Duties: Teach private and group lessons, lead performances, recruit new students, attend meetings, collaborate with faculty. Additional opportunities include El Sistema teaching, chamber coaching, performing, other tasks as agreed upon with Executive Director.

Qualifications: BA or higher or Artist Diploma from an accredited post-secondary school. If degree is not music-focused, show comparable facility in instrument. At least one year of teaching experience required. Suzuki registered training preferred. Intent to commit to at least two years of teaching preferred.

Salary: Flexible hourly rate based on education and experience, in the high range for music schools in the Cedar Rapids market. Our teachers also receive recruiting bonuses.

Contact: For a full description, more information, or to apply, please email [javascript protected email address]. Applicants should include a resume/cv and three letters of reference.

Phone: 3195407798
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Teacher

Location: Neenah, WI
Posting Date: New on May 20 2019

Description: The NJSD Suzuki Program is proud to offer Small Group Lessons and Large Group Classes for free for students and families which are held after school (3:30-7:30 PM). This position offers approx. 20 hours a week with paid performances in addition to lessons and prep time.

Duties: Teach semi-private paired lessons on Violin, Viola, Cello, and Bass Monday-Friday, with Large Group Classes on Thursday evenings. Must schedule lesson times and effectively communicate with all stakeholders. Must communicate group class lessons and deliver instruction as decided by the Suzuki team.

Qualifications: Minimum: Suzuki registered training through Book 2 on one instrument; 3-5 years teaching experience; experience with other string instruments preferred. Bachelor’s Degree in music performance/education with string instrument required. DPI License to teach instrumental music in Wisconsin preferred.

Salary: $40.00 hourly for lessons and performances. $10.00 hourly for meetings. (Possibility to teach/assist in the daily schedule for the Neenah Joint School District orchestra program during the school day for additional hours pending FTE availability.)

Contact: Contact: Susan Freundl, Administrative Assistant for Human Resources.
Suzuki Program website:
*Additional position description: Lessons follow the Suzuki philosophy and include parental involvement. Students receive a lesson and participate in a Large Group Class on Thursdays every week.
*Additional qualifications: Enthusiasm, sense of humor, flexibility, and creativity. Strong performance ability and resume. Commitment to continued growth as teacher and musician.

Phone: (920) 751-6800 x10111
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Piano Teachers, Suzuki training preferred

Location: New York City, NY
Posting Date: New on May 14 2019

Description: Silver Music seeks experienced, passionate, and committed piano teachers to join our faculty beginning Summer 2019 or Fall 2019. Our piano program includes weekly group classes, recitals, a yearly Piano Festival, and a chamber music and musicianship program.

Duties: Teach weekly private lessons and attend monthly faculty meetings. Availability on the weekends a plus!
Possibility of teaching weekly piano group class as well. Possibility of accompanying Suzuki string classes if interested.

Qualifications: Suzuki training of Every Child Can and a minimum of Suzuki Book 1 training.
The ideal candidate has experience teaching young beginners as well as older students, and is interested in being a part of a collaborative teaching environment.

Salary: Competitive salary.

Contact: Please send a cover letter and teaching resume to Ellen Silver at [javascript protected email address]. Candidates may be asked to send short videos demonstrating your teaching approach and/or give a demo lesson in person.

Phone: 212-600-0212
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Wayland School of Music: Violin, Viola, Cello, Guitar, Piano, Voice

Location: Wayland, MA
Posting Date: New on May 13 2019

Description: WSM has a local reputation for excellence, and is 30 mins from Boston with no other full Suzuki program nearby. We are growing rapidly; we move soon to a new, more visible location and seek faculty in all listed areas. Unique opportunity to be part of our expansion, with some scheduling flexibility.

Duties: Strings: Private lessons, group classes (for violin, also “Intro to Violin” Suzuki-based classes.)
Piano: Private lessons, group classes
Voice: private lessons
All: May teach both traditional and Suzuki and students, if desired. Possibility of advanced students and/or chamber music coaching.

Qualifications: Suzuki registered through Book 2 minimum (strings, piano)
8 -10 years professional teaching experience
Enthusiasm, sense of humor, “on the spot” creativity
Strong performance skills and credits
Commitment to continued growth as teacher and musician
Ability to be part of a team

Salary: Hourly rate: Private lessons $51.25, chamber music $56.50, group classes $62. Recitals and events also paid. Attendance/makeup policies are enforced, and underscore respect for teachers’ time and professionalism.

Contact: Penny Wayne-Shapiro, Director
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508 358 7835

Phone: 508-358-7835
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Full-Time Suzuki Piano Teacher

Location: Newton, MA
Posting Date: New on Apr 29 2019

Description: The Suzuki School of Newton is seeking a Suzuki piano teacher to join the faculty in a full-time/permanent capacity. SSN is one of the largest dedicated Suzuki programs in New England and has been a part of the Greater Boston arts community for 33 years.

Duties: Teach individual piano lessons and group piano classes
Perform on the annual Faculty Recital
Accompany student solo recitals as needed
Assist with student outreach performances in the community
Additional opportunities for string group accompanying and chamber music coaching

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and SAA registered training through minimum book 3. Preference for long-term teacher training. Serious teaching background a must and experience with both individual and group lessons. Videos or live audition will be required.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Contact: Send resume and cover letter with suggested 3 references to Executive Director Sachiko Isihara via email at [javascript protected email address]. Candidates will be interviewed, expected to perform/demonstrate pianistic skills and teach a small group of students. No phone calls please.

Email: [javascript protected email address]

Piano Faculty

Location: Chicago, IL
Posting Date: New on Apr 26 2019

Description: SSSC is cooperatively managed by our faculty and serve approximately 60 students from across the south side of Chicago. We currently provide violin, viola, and cello education. Faculty manage their own private studios, and collaborate on group classes, performances, and other programming

Duties: This new faculty member will accompany SSSC’s weekly group classes as well as numerous recitals and masterclasses throughout the academic year. The faculty will also develop and build our new piano program.

Qualifications: Be dedicated and creative teaching artist who views education as integral to his/her career plans
Hold a BA or BM in music, music education, or piano performance. Masters Degree and further pedagogy training is a plus.
Have received a minimum of Every Child Can! and Suzuki Piano Book 1 training.

Salary: Accompanying Rates:
Group Class/Rehearsals: $30/hr
Student/Faculty Recital: $70/performance
Studio/Group Recitals: $100/performance

Teaching Rates:
The new faculty member will set his/her own private lesson rates.
Piano group classes rate: $50/hr

Contact: To apply for this position please send your resume and cover letter to [javascript protected email address]

Email: [javascript protected email address]


Location: Rochester, MN
Posting Date: New on May 14 2019

Description: SEMSA is a 40-year-old organization of families and teachers devoted to the Suzuki Method. We seek trained teachers for all instruments, particularly piano and flute instructors. Teachers give individual lessons and cooperate with group lessons, recitals, ensembles, and special events.

Duties: Teach students with a wide range of ages and playing levels, coach ensembles, collaborate with association group lessons and other events.

Qualifications: Registered Suzuki training through at least Book 2. (SEMSA does offer teacher scholarships for extended training.) Enthusiasm, a sense of humor, and commitment to the Suzuki Method are advantageous. Inter-communication skills with the larger community are useful for public awareness, recruitment.

Salary: Teachers are independent contractors and set fees that are competitive with that of other studios in the community.

Contact: Linda Thompson
SouthEastern Minnesota Suzuki Associaation

Phone: 5072894575
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Guitar, Voice Instructors

Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Posting Date: New on Apr 1 2019

Description: The Center for Young Musicians is a highly-regarded, 25-year old private music school with four locations in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.

Duties: Teach students privately and in small ensembles. Perform occasionally for the school and in the community. Teaching load may be less than 10 hours to start. There will be potential to grow to a full time teaching schedule.

Qualifications: Teaching experience required. A Master of Music is preferred. Preference is given to candidates with a pedagogy background or who have registered at least two Suzuki books with the Suzuki Association of the Americas. There is also the possibility to teach early childhood music classes.

Salary: Salary commensurate with experience. Faculty meetings, recitals and special events are also paid. Company benefits, including health, life and disability, and a company retirement plan, are available.

Contact: Please mail resume to Center for Young Musicians, Instructor Search, 120 Lake Drive, Wexford, PA 15090. Also visit our website at, or send via email to [javascript protected email address].

Phone: 7249350505
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Strings Teacher

Location: Hamilton, BM
Posting Date: New on Apr 19 2019

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 Book 4 Suzuki registered training , the Comprehensive Suzuki Audition video and a teaching video.

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

Contact: Mr. Kent Hayward, Executive Director, The Bermuda School of Music, Suite 436, 48 Par-la-Ville Road, Hamilton HM11 Tel: 296-5100 Fax: 292-0686 e-mail: [javascript protected email address] website:

Phone: 441-296-5100
Fax: 441-292-0686
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Piano, Violin and Cello Teachers

Location: Herndon, VA
Posting Date: New on Apr 12 2019

Description: Established in September 2013, Music Spectrum School for the Arts is a thriving and growing 4,000+ square ft. stand-alone music and arts school in Herndon, VA. We will help you build your studio in our beautiful and welcoming school. Positions are available immediately.

Duties: One day a week commitment is required to start; opportunity for growth to multiple days and/or full time as desired.

Teach Suzuki private and group lessons. Hold at least 1-2 student recitals per year. Willingness to prepare and take students to local competitions a bonus.

Qualifications: A love of music; a passion for teaching; commitment to continued development as a teacher and musician; highly organized; an effective communicator. Bachelor’s Degree required; Masters or Doctorate preferred; SAA registration in Books 1-2 required; Teaching experience preferred.

Salary: Music Spectrum prides itself on having the best compensation for its faculty, with increasing pay based on experience and education. Our faculty members receive lessons at cost at our school for their immediate family members, and discounted recital, rehearsal, and recording space rentals.

Contact: Please send resume, cover letter and references to April Lee, Program Director, at [javascript protected email address]

Phone: 703-582-7430
Fax: 703-437-6143
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Guitar Instructor

Location: Rockford, IL
Posting Date: New on Apr 12 2019

Description: The Music Academy in Rockford is in its 35th year and is a non-profit community school. Weekly private lessons, group lessons, and theory classes offered. Annual workshops offered. The guitar teacher will work with 22 artist faculty members serving approximately 1500 students.

Duties: The guitar teacher reports to the string program director and works with the cello and flute programs to perform collaboratively. “Cultural and Performance Tours” offered biennially. The guitar teacher will assume the instruction for 18 currently enrolled students with room for growth.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (minimally) in classical guitar performance with registered units of Suzuki teacher training preferred. Professional development funds available. We would prefer a teacher with experience teaching all ages of students and committed to continuing Suzuki parent education.

Salary: Salary is commensurate with education, experience and completed Suzuki units of teaching training as well as the number of students served. Please contact for further details.

Contact: Marti Frantz, Executive Director, The Music Academy in Rockford. 226 S. Second Street, Rockford, Illinois 61104. Learn more at and at

Phone: 815-986-0037
Fax: 815-986-6245
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Piano Teacher

Location: Ridgefield, CT
Posting Date: New on Apr 2 2019

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. Due to growth in the school, we have an immediate opening for a piano teacher.

Duties: Teach private lessons and group classes to students age 3.5 and up. Help facilitate recitals, concerts, and other community events. Recruit new students to continue to build the piano studio.

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

Salary: Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Bonus compensation for growing the piano studio. Position is part time to start with the hopes of quickly becoming full time.

Contact: Send cover letter, resume and three references to [javascript protected email address]

Phone: (203) 403-2667
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin Teacher

Location: Norfolk, VA
Posting Date: New on Apr 10 2019

Description: The Academy of Music (AOM) is a non-profit community music school established in 1991, based in Norfolk, VA and serving Hampton Roads. Area supports professional symphony, opera and major arts festival. Suzuki community provides annual workshop, performance and touring opportunities.

Duties: Join established, growing program with wait list. Teacher needed for expanding program plus new & transferring students. AOM offers 2 semesters of 17 lessons plus summer session. Program includes weekly private lessons, group classes, recitals, parent education, early childhood, book grad, outreach.

Qualifications: Minimum bachelor’s degree in music and SAA registration through Book 1 with expectation of continuing Suzuki training. Preference given to advanced training (Book 5+), education and teaching experience. Must have strong commitment to Suzuki philosophy. Teaching and character references required.

Salary: Please see website for details. This is a part-time, W-2 position with semester pay based on studio size, number of group classes taught and outreach.

Contact: John Dixon, Executive Director
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Phone: 7576270967
Fax: 7576270535
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Full-Time El Sistema Violin & General Music Teacher

Location: Wilmington, DE
Posting Date: New on Apr 10 2019

Description: The Music School of Delaware seeks a versatile teacher for a full-time salaried position with benefits.

Duties: Position includes teaching violin as part of an El Sistema program; violin private study; beginning violin classes; general music in a primary school environment; and musicianship/theory instruction at a beginning through early intermediate level. Administrative hours included.

Qualifications: Minimum: Bachelor of Music Education degree with a violin concentration or Bachelor of Music degree in violin performance. Suzuki and/or Early Childhood training a plus. We welcome diversity. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. 2-3 years of teaching experience is required.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Contact: Send resume with cover letter ATTN: Cheri Astolfi, dean, The Music School of Delaware, 4101 Washington Street, Wilmington, DE 19802 or email [javascript protected email address]. No phone calls, please.

Fax: 302-762-3422
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Cello Teacher

Location: Seattle, WA
Posting Date: New on Apr 1 2019

Description: The Suzuki Institute of Seattle is currently seeking another cello teacher to join our department. We are looking for someone who has a passion for working with young children, works well with other teachers and a desire to expand their knowledge and expertise throughout their career.

Duties: Cello teachers are expected to hold a weekly cello group class and an individual lesson for each of their students. Teachers are also expected to attend a monthly faculty meeting and our annual Suzuki Camp in June.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s in Music. ECC, Cello Book 1 (minimum).

Salary: Commensurate with similar positions.

Contact: Please email your resume to [javascript protected email address].

Phone: 425-954-6686
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin Instructors (multiple openings)

Location: Stevens Point, WI
Posting Date: New on Apr 1 2019

Description: The UWSP Aber Suzuki Center offers a year-round program to 230 students from 30 cities in Central WI. Offerings include individual instruction in violin, viola cello, bass, guitar, piano, flute, harp and voice; group classes, weekly chamber music coaching, ASC String Orchestra and SECE.

Duties: Teach individual and group lessons to violinists ages three to adult, lead students in group lessons and performances and collaborate with Suzuki faculty members to plan program-wide events. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Required: Bachelor’s degree, Commitment to the Suzuki phil. Experience with young children, Ability to work independently & function as a team member. Preferred: Master’s degree, Significant Suzuki training & teaching experience. Viola teaching exp. an asset, TTrainer exp. or potential to become one

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is a 100% FTE for 9-month academic year appointment. State of WI benefits. Application instructions at Application deadline April 22, however screening may continue until recruitment needs are met.

Contact: Pat D’Ercole, Chair, Search & Screen Committee

Phone: 715-346-3033
Fax: 715-346-3858
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin Instructor

Location: St. Louis, MO
Posting Date: New on Mar 29 2019

Description: A full-time Suzuki violin instructor is sought to teach violin lessons, group classes, conduct class recitals, participate in parent orientation and biannual Suzuki Weekend Workshop, and perform administrative work relative to the Suzuki Program at the Community Music School of Webster University.

Duties: Plan/teach individual violin lessons and group classes. Conduct class recitals; assist with group concerts. Participate in parent orientation sessions. Assist with bi-annual Suzuki Weekend Workshop and other activities. Communicate with students, parents, colleagues. Complete administrative tasks

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, master’s preferred, in Violin performance and/or pedagogy or closely related area. Two years or more of Suzuki teaching. Suzuki registered training through Book 6 with a willingness to obtain additional training. Long-term training preferred. Commitment to Suzuki philosophy.

Salary: Full-time, 10-month position with benefits. Two, 18- week semesters. Salary commensurate with training and teaching experience. 6-week summer session of individual lessons on a contractual basis, paid per lesson.

Contact: Those who are interested in this position should apply by clicking on the following link:

While the position is listed as Suzuki Coordinator, that is only a university classification. This is an instructional position as detailed in the job description.

Phone: 314-246-4445
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin Teacher- Western MA

Location: Greenfield, MA
Posting Date: New on Mar 26 2019

Description: Artspace Community Arts Center provides music and art education to the community in and around Greenfield, Massachusetts. Artspace also partners with the Greenfield Public Schools to provide weekly violin and cello group classes to students grade 3 and up, through the Strings for Kids program.

Duties: Position involves taking over current violin private lessons, adding students as needed, and teaching violin classes in the Strings for Kids program, as well as an option to lead the school group weekly ensembles. Two 16-week semesters, two week-long summer intensives, and summer lessons as desired.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree in violin or viola required, Masters degree preferred. Suzuki Training (minimum Books 1-4) and Suzuki teaching experience, as well as a commitment to Suzuki Philosophy and the flexibility and creativity to adapt it to a public school setting, are a must.

Salary: Hourly rate competitive for area and based on type of class taught.

Contact: Please send resume, cover letter and references by May 15th to
Julie Carew, Director- Strings for Kids
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Artspace Community Arts Center
15 Mill St Greenfield, MA 01301

Phone: 413-772-6811
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Cello (or Violin/Piano) Suzuki Teacher, Full-Time, Salaried

Location: Hong Kong, HK
Posting Date: New on Mar 22 2019

Description: Seeking full-time teacher to accommodate our growing & dynamic international community. We currently have 3 full-time teachers and 1 part-time teacher in violin, piano, and early childhood. We have 75+ violin/piano students ranging from pre-twinkles to post Bk 10. Regular community concerts.

Duties: Teaching up to 27 contact hrs/week, plus special events. May include: master classes, private lessons, group classes, parent seminars, ensembles, musicianship classes and assisting in SECE. There are 36 lesson weeks over 40 weeks between mid-Aug and late June. Summer is three weeks in July/August.

Qualifications: B. Music degree; All books up to, and including, bk 4 registered with SAA or other international Suzuki Association, 3 yrs teaching experience. English fluency in speaking, reading and writing as the language of instruction is English. Special consideration for those with a second instrument.

Salary: Commensurate w/ experience and training; medical benefits; work visa; professional development stipend for 2-year contracts. Contract starts August 15th, 2019.
Extra optional teaching on an hourly rate. Hong Kong observes both Chinese & Western holidays so there are breaks four times a year.

Contact: Kindly contact Dr. Osborne at [javascript protected email address] for more information and/or send your CV, links for your teaching videos (preferably Pre-Twinkle/Book 1 and a group class), contact information for three references including a teacher trainer, and a cover letter detailing your teaching philosophy. Full description:

Email: [javascript protected email address]

Full-Time Suzuki Piano Teacher

Location: Wilmington, DE
Posting Date: New on Mar 25 2019

Description: The Music School of Delaware seeks a Suzuki piano teacher for a full-time salaried position.

Duties: Position includes private, group and musicianship instruction; Suzuki group and solo recital accompanying; and administrative hours.

Qualifications: Minimum: Bachelor of Music degree with 2-3 years of Suzuki teaching experience; ECC through Book 4 in piano.

Salary: Based on experience.

Contact: Send resume with cover letter ATTN: Shelley Beard Santore, Suzuki Academy Department Head, The Music School of Delaware, 4101 Washington Street, Wilmington, DE 19802 or email [javascript protected email address].

Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Violin Teacher, Suzuki Cello Teacher

Location: New York, NY
Posting Date: New on Mar 19 2019

Description: Silver Music seeks experienced, committed, and dynamic Suzuki violin and cello teachers to join our faculty beginning Summer 2019 or Fall 2019. Our Suzuki string program includes weekly group classes, recitals, a yearly Suzuki festival, and a chamber music and musicianship program.

Duties: Teach weekly private lessons and possible weekly group classes. Possible chamber music coaching. Optional participation in Faculty Recitals. Optional teaching in our vibrant summer camp program.

Qualifications: Suzuki training through Book 3, minimum
Minimum three years teaching experience with young beginners through older students. Availability on a weekend day is beneficial but not required.
Excellent communication skills a must, as well as eagerness to collaborate with faculty.

Salary: Competitive salary
Simple IRA, 3% match

Contact: Please send a cover letter and teaching resume to Ellen Silver at [javascript protected email address]. Candidates may be asked to send short videos demonstrating your teaching approach and/or give a demo lesson in person.

Phone: 2126000212
Email: [javascript protected email address]

CCSA Suzuki Violin Faculty/KSO Concertmaster

Location: Houghton, MI
Posting Date: New on Mar 18 2019

Description: Established in 1972, the Copper Country Suzuki Association is a thriving non-profit community music program emphasizing the Suzuki method of instruction. The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra is a regional college-community orchestra composed of Michigan Tech students and community members.

Duties: Teach CCSA students in violin and viola private lessons and group classes. Participate in performances, recitals and community events.
The successful candidate will also serve as concertmaster of the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra and private violin and viola instructor at MTU.

Qualifications: Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Music or a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of two years teaching experience. SAA training through book 2 minimum, book 4 preferred with willingness to obtain additional training. Candidate should be a professional-level violinist.

Salary: Compensation is competitive and commensurate with education and experience. Suzuki duties are paid as a 9–month salaried position. There is the option to teach summer lessons at an hourly rate. Michigan Tech duties are paid hourly.

Contact: Andrew Shaud, CCSA Executive Director
Copper Country Suzuki Association
Michigan Tech VPA Department (Walker 209)
1400 Townsend Dr.
Houghton, MI 49931

Email: [javascript protected email address]

Suzuki Cello Teacher, private studio

Location: Blacksburg, VA
Posting Date: New on Mar 15 2019

Description: Fill in for studio teacher who is taking a sabbatical next year, with the possibility of continuing past June of 2020. Well-established studio, ages four through adult, beginner through major repertoire. Beautiful part of the country, university town. Good salary, and potential free-lancing.

Duties: Schedule, bill, and teach the studio, with individual lessons and Group class each week. Semester recitals and special concerts in addition.

Qualifications: A demonstrated understanding of the Suzuki philosophy and cello repertoire progression, good people skills and studio management ability, high level of performance ability.

Salary: Commensurate with experience. More discussion upon inquiry.

Contact: [javascript protected email address]
(540) 392-4544

Phone: 5403924544
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Suzuki violin and piano Teachers needed in HOUSTON TX

Location: Houston (north), TX
Posting Date: New on Mar 8 2019

Description: We need Violin, Piano, cello, voice and Guitar teachers at our Suzuki Academy in HOUSTON
We have 25 violin students ready for a new violin teacher.
Teacher will teach private lessons and one group lesson per month.

Duties: l We are looking for teachers who are willing to teach 3-4 days/ week minimum (4 hours minimum / day)
We are looking for teachers who are really organized and follow fully the Suzuki Philosophy.

Qualifications: Teachers should have a degree in music and have at least Suzuki book 1 training in their instrument.

Salary: Around $45/ hour)
This job is a Contractor position with no benefits.
Teachers are paid monthly (June to August as well)
Teachers have 3-6 weeks holidays a year and they are paid!
The salary wil be based on students registrations.
We build your program based on registrations

Contact: 832-298-9641

Phone: 8322989641
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Coordinator/Instructor Suzuki String Program

Location: Fort Smith, AR
Posting Date: New on Mar 7 2019

Description: CSA is a preparatory school in Fort Smith, AR and is a thriving organization. CSA is seeking a candidate who has experience building a Suzuki string program including recruiting and teaching students from preschool through advanced level. Ability to network with community.

Duties: Recruitment and retention of students including very young children. Teaching full studio of students. Engaging parents and the public. Oversee program. Prepare high school students for college music degree.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in music in violin or viola. Masters preferred. 3 years of Suzuki teaching with extensive Suzuki training. Team Builder. Highly organized. Excellent customer service/communication skills. Leadership skills. Involve community.

Salary: Full-time. 9-12 month contract options. Competitive salary based on experience and qualifications. Benefits included.

Contact: Send vita, unofficial transcripts, and contact info for three references to: Dr. Rosilee Russell, Executive Director. [javascript protected email address]. Open until filled. Applications will be reviewed immediately. Start date is July 1, 2019.

Phone: 4794342880
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Suzuki Program Chair

Location: Milwaukee, WI
Posting Date: New on Mar 1 2019

Description: The Conservatory seeks an enthusiastic, mature, and highly organized candidate for the Suzuki Program Chair at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, a thriving community musical school in southeastern Wisconsin.

Duties:—Manage Suzuki Program
- Supervise, mentor, and evaluate Suzuki faculty
- Provide Suzuki instruction
- Oversee Suzuki Recruitment
- Represent WCM at the state and national levels
- Provide ongoing professional development for Suzuki faculty
- Lead Suzuki performances

Qualifications:—Master’s degree or equivalent pedagogical training
- A minimum of 5 years as a Suzuki instructor with extensive Suzuki training
- A minimum 3-5 years office/administrative experience
- Commitment to supporting access to high quality music programming in all communities

Salary:—Paid vacation, sick, and personal days
- Health, dental, and vision benefits
- 403b plan with 3% match
- 50% off all Conservatory lessons, classes, and ensembles
- Complimentary ticket to Conservatory concerts

Contact: To apply:

Phone: 414-276-5760
Email: [javascript protected email address]

Violin Teacher Fellowship Position

Location: Lebanon, NH
Posting Date: New on Feb 27 2019

Description: The Suzuki Violin Fellowship is a full time teaching position designed for teachers
who have completed book training (minimum Violin Books 1—4) and would like to work as part of a team and receive additional support and mentorship during their first two years of teaching.

Duties: Duties include teaching individual lessons and team teaching group classes. Support is provided through weekly mentorship meetings with the Suzuki Program Coordinator and the opportunity to observe and collaborate with other teachers. The Fellowship is a two year position.

Qualifications: Music degree and SAA registration in Violin Books 1-4 required. Registration in
Books 5 and above highly desirable and/or Viola Books. Candidate must be committed to Suzuki philosophy, with well developed nurturing and communication skills. Chamber music performance and coaching experience desirable

Salary: Full time salaried position during school year.
Competitive hourly rate over the summer.

Contact: Please email letter of interest and resume with 3 references to:
Alicia Casey
Suzuki Program Coordinator
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Phone: (603) 448 1642
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