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Posted: December 9, 2020 | PERFORMANCE | TEACHING | ARTS ADMIN | REMOTE
Peabody’s LAUNCH programs are still happening virtually this spring! These are opportunities for students to develop performance and engagement skills in a community setting. Most programs are paid and range from long-term residencies to one-time performances, including settings such as senior living facilities, healthcare facilities, libraries, and many more. Most applications are due February 22, 2021. Apply on Handshake and visit this link to learn more about each program.
Posted: February 17, 2021 | TEACHING
CCBC is seeking adjunct faculty instructors in Piano, Instrumental, and Vocal/Choral departments. The purpose of this class is to support the CCBC Music Program students and related activities.
Posted: December 22, 2020 | TEACHING
HCC Music Department is currently seeking adjunct faculty in area of string bass.
Posted: September 25, 2020 | CHURCH
We need an individual to lead our 30 to 40 member adult choir under the supervision of our Worship Arts and Music Pastor. This person will be responsible for all choir practices (typically on Wednesday evenings) and other practices as needed for special events. This person will be responsible to lead the choir during worship services on Sunday morning and other times of special productions. This person will also direct the orchestra as needed.
Posted: September 22, 2020 | REMOTE | TEACHING
The Bridges Program of MAESTRO Ensembles, Inc. is seeking violin and viola instructors for the 2020-2021 school year. Founded in 2006, the mission of The Bridges Program is to reach a large, currently underserved population of students in Baltimore City, giving those children equal access to high-quality string education experiences without respect to financial circumstances. The Bridges Program currently works with five public schools in Baltimore City serving students from pre-K through fifth grade. Bridges Program classes will be taught virtually, with a transition to in-person teaching based on directives from the Baltimore City Public Schools.
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