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Suzuki cello teacher

Location: State College, PA
Posting Date: New on Nov 12 2019

Description: The State College Suzuki Program (SCSP) is seeking a cello teacher to join a team of 4 violin/viola teachers and 1 other cello teacher. The SCSP draws many students from a robust school district and the families of Penn State University. Several community orchestras offer performing options as well.

Duties: Take over studio of departing teacher consisting of mix of Suzuki and traditional students, currently 14 in all. Coordinate multiple cello group classes with other cello teacher. Coach chamber group rehearsals. Assist in recital programming and outreach concerts.

Qualifications: Member of SAA. ECC and Suzuki training in Book 1 required. Training through Book 4 recommended.

Salary: Hourly rates for individual and group lessons. Other cello and music teaching opportunities are also available. Please contact for further details.

Contact: Sally Williams Minnich- Director of SCSP and Violin teacher

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Suzuki violin teacher

Location: Milwaukee, WI
Posting Date: New on Oct 22 2019

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

Duties: Teach private lessons and teach Suzuki group classes as needed. Availability for Saturday teaching is strongly preferred. Attend semester faculty meetings and prof. development, take attendance, and work closely with dept. chairs to contribute to a cohesive, high-quality, and positive Suzuki culture

Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor of Music degree in violin or viola, 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. Part-time position, but full-time is a possible for the right candidate.

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

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Violin Teacher

Location: Sarasota, FL
Posting Date: New on Oct 11 2019

Description: Seeking an experienced violin teacher to build and grow a Suzuki-based violin program in area schools and our own studios.

Duties: Teach group and individual lessons to a range of students within local school settings and in our long-established teaching studios in Sarasota plus a new studio in nearby Lakewood Ranch, FL. Must be available and willing to teach as needed and commute/move to the area if not living here.

Qualifications: Suzuki certification in violin and experience teaching a wide range of ages and skill levels. The ideal candidate will have a special love of teaching the young ones and be effective in inspiring them to learn. Adept at group as well as individual instruction. Bachelor’s degree in music desirable.

Salary: Our teachers are independent contractors and are paid based on teaching commitments. Compensation is negotiable and commensurate with experience.

Contact: Dr. Salil Singh
The Suzuki Institute School of Music
3100 Southgate Circle
Sarasota, Fl. 34239

ph. 941-330-9930

Phone: 9413309930
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Suzuki Violin Teacher/ KSO Concertmaster

Location: Houghton, MI
Posting Date: New on Sep 3 2019

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

Duties: Teach beginning through advanced students in violin and viola private lessons and group classes for the CCSA. Participate in performances, recitals and community events. 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: Full time, 9-month salaried position. Benefits through Michigan Tech are included with this position. There is an option to teach summer lessons for the CCSA at an hourly rate.
Please see our website for a complete description.

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

Phone: 9065235415
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Piano, Voice & Guitar Instructors

Location: Amherst, NY
Posting Date: New on Sep 9 2019

Description: ASG Music Studios at Amherst School of Guitar is expanding due to increased enrollment! Join a talented faculty in a friendly conservatory environment.

Part-time positions currently available for piano, voice and guitar.

Duties: Private and group classes to students of all ages and abilities.

Flexible schedule for afternoons and evenings.

Qualifications:—Bachelors Degree in Music preferred
- Private teaching experience
- Engaging and nurturing personality, especially with young children
- Suzuki Teacher Training

Salary: Salary commensurate with experience.

Contact: Maria Jacobi, Director of Operations
Amherst School of Guitar

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Phone: (716) 923-3828

Phone: (716) 923-3828
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