Faculty, Peabody Children's Chorus (Part-Time), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD



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The Peabody Children's Chorus is seeking applications for a part-time faculty member to teach Chorus Prep classes.

The Peabody Children's Chorus includes eleven rehearsing ensembles and four Chorus Prep classes at two campuses. We are searching for a teacher who will support the vocal growth of 5-9 year-olds,  and nurture each child's love of music through singing games and skill-based learning.

Additional opportunities for expanding the Chorus Prep program may be available.

Teaching Responsibilities (1.5-3 hours per week)

Faculty member works independently to:

  • teach weekly Chorus Prep Classes
  • select material of high musical quality and educational value that is age-appropriate for each class
  • plan sequential curriculum including music reading, and vocal warm-ups

Teaching Schedule (possible to teach at one or both campuses)

Mondays, Howard County (Garden Presbyterian Church)

Arioso (ages 5-6) 4:45-5:30 pm

Vocalise (ages 7-9) 5:30-6:15 pm

AND/OR

Tuesdays, Towson (Towson Presbyterian Church)

Arioso (ages 5-6) 4:45-5:30 pm

Vocalise (ages 7-9) 5:30-6:15 pm

Administrative Responsibilities

Faculty member:

  • holds orientations for students and their parents
  • writes progress reports and make recommendations about annual placement of students

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts (required) from an accredited institution
  • minimum of three years' experience teaching children
  • dynamic understanding of the young voice and movable-do solfège

Application InstructionsPlease submit:

  1. cover letter
  2. c.v.
  3. optional:  teaching video
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