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Lecturer in Collaborative Piano - Texas Tech University

This is a Permanent, Full-time position.

Category: College/University
State/Province (or you can select Remote): Lubbock, TX
Position: Lecturer in Collaborative Piano
Deadline: June 20, 2022
Posted: May 27, 2022

Job Description / Duties

Position Description
Contributes to the university’s mission through collaborative services and teaching as “instructional lab” support. Under the general supervision of the Director of the School of Music, the Lecturer provides support for voice student degree recitals and rehearsals, voice faculty and guest artist recitals and rehearsals as needed, opera and vocal coaching experiences and courses (including rehearsals and performances), and other duties (which may include rehearsals and performances for wind, percussion, or string recitals and ensemble events) as appropriately assigned.

Job Duties

1. Provide collaborative piano services for the voice area covering a blend of student degree recitals, faculty and guest artist performances, area and studio recitals, masterclasses, opera rehearsals, auditions, juries, hearings, and concerts
2. Additional collaboration with wind, brass, percussion, or string areas may be requested as needed
3. Supporting voice students in lessons, chamber music, academic courses, and large ensemble rehearsals
4. Rehearsing jointly with faculty and students prior to and in support of a performance
5. Supporting voice faculty in diction, literature, or opera scenes courses
6. Independent practice prior to all collaborations with faculty or students
7. Additional duties in support of the School of Music may be assigned based on department needs and the expertise of the winning candidate

Qualifications / Required Skills

• Master of Music or Doctoral degree in piano or collaborative piano
• Expertise in vocal collaborative piano
• Excellent interpersonal, communication, and time management skills, as related to scheduling rehearsals and performances with students and other faculty
• Three to five years of professional experience accompanying voice lessons and recitals
• Strong sight-reading skills
• Candidates with additional experience accompanying choirs and opera are preferred
• Experience accompanying vocalists and knowledge of the standard art-song and opera repertoires
• Experience with vocal coaching is a plus

Additional Information

Special Instructions to Applicants :
Please provide links to audio/video preferably accompanying vocalists

The successful candidate will begin service in this position at the beginning of the 2022 fall semester

Required Attachments : Cover LetterPortfolio and/or VideoProfessional/Personal ReferencesResume / CV

Contact Information

Andrew Stetson
Senior Associate Director
Associate Professor of Trumpet