Visiting Artist-in-Residence in Piano.
The Skidmore College Music Department invites applications for a two-year (terminal) appointment in Piano. The successful applicant's primary responsibilities will include private piano instruction, chamber music coaching, and oversight of the piano program including the maintenance and purchasing of pianos. Additional responsibilities include: performing solo and chamber recitals, serving as a scholarship competition judge, coaching student recitals and juries, and arranging guest artist recitals and masterclasses. Additional teaching strengths in adjacent Music Studies fields will also be welcome. We seek an engaging and energetic teacher with: the ability to contribute to our curriculum in imaginative ways, a commitment to liberal-arts education and to Skidmore's tradition of "hand and mind," experiences and approaches that will support and contribute to the growing diversity of our academic community. DMA or PhD preferred; ABD considered. Individuals from underrepresented groups, and/or with experience teaching students from diverse backgrounds, are especially encouraged to apply.Review of applications will begin April 26, 2021.Apply on-line at http://jobs.skidmore.edu. Applications should consist of cover letter, current CV, and contact information for 3-5 references. Further materials, including reference letters, are not necessary at this time but may be solicited later. Questions may be referred to Prof. Sarah Day-O'Connell, search committee chair <[email protected]
>. Skidmore College is a highly selective liberal arts college of approximately 2700 students some 47 states and 46 countries. With its relatively small size and 9:1 student-to-faculty ratio, the College is a close-knit academic community; its faculty of teacher-scholars are devoted to the instruction and mentoring of undergraduates. The Music Department embodies the best of Skidmore's rich artistic heritage. We are housed in the renowned Arthur Zankel Music Center, which features a 600-seat state-of-the-art concert hall, a 90-seat recital hall, 14 practice rooms, electronic music labs, keyboard lab, dedicated music classrooms and faculty offices. Our pianos and historical keyboards include six Steinway and Bechstein concert grands, two harpsichords, a 1790s Anton Walter replica (by Richard Hester) and an original 1826 Conrad Graf.
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