This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: College/University
Teach applied voice and related courses in vocal literature or pedagogy; maintain an active performing and/or scholarly career; serve on graduate committees; advise students in curricular matters and career development opportunities; participate in other College and University service activities, including recruiting. Future duties could include voice performance program leadership.
An earned doctorate in music is required, or the equivalent, i.e. a Masters degree in Music and a distinguished record of professional performance experience. Candidates must have three or more years of teaching experience at the college level and the ability to maintain an active performing and/or scholarly career.
Screening will begin October 11, 2013, and will continue until the position is filled. All written application materials (Cover letter, CV, and list of references) must be submitted online at www.jobsatcu.com (reference job posting F00790). A performance sound file (which must include art song performances in several languages, opera and oratorio being welcomed also) is required. A web address (url) to allow viewing of your performance sound file through your website or via YouTube must be provided. Candidates may be asked at a later date to provide a teaching video (which must include a 30-minutes lesson with both a male and female student), also through a website or YouTube.
Salary: commensurate with experience
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The College of Music supports nine full-time voice faculty members, including an opera director, opera music director, two vocal coaches, and it houses around 30 graduate and 65 undergraduate voice majors. The opera program presents three productions during the academic year and a summer program of new opera workshops, called CUNow. The voice area takes pride in its nationally recognized pedagogy program, open studio policy, and faculty collegiality.