To receive full consideration, applications must be received by November 19, 2017. Please email a letter of application, curriculum vitae, an online link to your video materials (including rehearsal and performance) and a list of five references with contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please add “Choral Conducting” to the subject line of the email.
Conduct University Choir (large choir comprised primarily of undergraduate vocal performance and choral music education majors); conduct Men’s Glee Club (large and renowned male chorus comprised primarily of non-music majors). Other areas of conducting and teaching may include undergraduate choral conducting, choral conducting for graduate non-conducting majors and advanced undergraduate students, graduate choral literature, graduate score study, and other duties consistent with the candidate’s interests and expertise. Participate in faculty governance responsibilities and service-related activities for the department, school and University.
Established reputation as conductor and teacher, doctorate in choral conducting or equivalent professional experience.
Rank: Open, tenure track. Assistant / Associate Professor
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