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Group Violin @ MAC
Manhattan Arts Center's Group Violin classes are an introduction to violin for students ages 4-12. While based in the Suzuki philosophy, these group classes have a more informal approach and are designed for students who are not also taking privately.
Description. The Community School for the Performing Arts (CSPA) is seeking to add a violin/viola teacher to its expanding program. CSPA Strings Division currently offers traditional private lessons, a Suzuki program including private and group lessons, and a chamber music program on the campus of Kansas State University.
Duties. Teach traditional private students; prepare students for recitals, competitions, and outreach events; coach chamber music as desired; potential to teach Suzuki private lessons and group classes.
10 hours per week commitment to start with opportunity for growth for the Fall 2019 semester (September 3-December 20, 2019) and the Spring 2020 semester (February 3-May 22, 2020).
Qualifications. Bachelor’s Degree required; Masters or Doctorate preferred; at least 2 years teaching experience required; SAA registration in Books 1-2 a plus.
Commitment to continued development as a teacher and musician; an effective communicator; willingness to recruit students and participate in ideas for program growth.
Salary. $12,000 minimum. Salary will increase for teaching beyond 10 contact hours at the rate of $40 per contact hour.
Application Procedure. Please email the following to Laura Eakman, Chair of Strings Division, at CSPAStrings@manhattanarts.org:
Position is open until filled. For full consideration, please submit application materials by June 15th, 2019.
The Community School for the Performing Arts (CSPA) in Manhattan, Kansas, is a university-community partnership between the Kansas State University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance and Manhattan Arts Center (MAC). Its mission is to provide the highest level of pre-college performing arts education to the Flint Hills Region of Kansas.
The Community School for the Performing Arts is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. The Community School for the Performing Arts actively seeks diversity among its employees.