Pianist for Musical

We are looking for a pianist to perform the musical "The Addams Family" with Columbia Heights High School performers. The rest of the pit orchestra is comprised of high school musicians from the band department.

Rehearsals and performances are held at
Columbia Heights High School
1400 49th Ave NE
Columbia Heights, MN 55421

Rehearsals are weekdays from April 7 to April 23 from 3:30 to 7:00.
Pianist must be able to make most of these rehearsals (we can be a little flexible).

Would have to attend rehearsals noted above as well as 6 performances on the following dates:

April 24, 7:00 PM
April 25, 7:00 PM
April 26, 2:00 PM
April 30, 7:00 PM
May 1, 7:00 PM
May 2, 7:00 PM

Stipend is $1,100

Contact Ryan Palmer for more information.

Violin I and II for Church Performance

Who: Violin I & Violin II

What: Wagner Tenebrae, "Shadows"

Dress Rehearsal - 4/2/15 @ 8 pm
Performance - Good Friday worship 4/3/15, 7 pm

Where: Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church; 3611 N. Berens Rd. NW Prior Lake, MN

Compensation: $150

Joshua Lindgren, Minister of Worship and Music
Phone: 952.230.2935
Email: joshualindgren@sollc.org

Small Ensemble for On Campus Event

Bright Lights, a student recognition event will take place on Friday, May 1, 2015. We're hoping to have a music group perform during a reception in the lobby of Northrop from 2:45-4:00 pm.

We were thinking a steel drum ensemble or a jazz combo would be fun, but will consider other types of ensembles as well.

Compensation will be provided. Please contact me to discuss details.


Musicians for Studio Recordings (On Campus)

Jack Vishneski, instructor of MUS 3950.02 Sound Recording Lab, needs small ensembles and solo musicians to play short pieces in Ferguson Hall 215, so his students can practice running a session and using good microphone technique.

Session dates are Tuesday, March 10 and Thursday, March 12, any time between 9 and 11am.

There is no monetary compensation, but musicians are entitled to copies and rights for whatever recordings are made of them. Additional post-production will have to be negotiated on a case-by-base basis.

Jack Vishneski

Jazz Duo or Trio for Youth Fundraiser

Minnesota Alliance With Youth is hosting our annual Red Wagon Awards and fundraiser on Thursday, June 11th at Macalester College's Hill Ballroom. The event honors young Minnesotans that show leadership, academic gains and give back to their community.

The event will be from 5:30-7:30pm, and we'd like musicians to play for about an hour, from 5:30-6:30pm. Please contact me to discuss compensation and other details.

Kate Suchomel | Director of Development & Communications
Minnesota Alliance With Youth
Phone: 651.587.1085
ksuchomel@mnyouth.net | www.mnyouth.net

Musicians for Museum Event

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is looking for volunteer musicians to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the MIA on Saturday, April 4. Ensembles may select any piece of music they would like, and can perform in a gallery of their choosing (or we can suggest a gallery if they don't have a preference). We can schedule their performance whenever is convenient for them between the hours of 11am - 5pm. We are looking for 100 musicians in total to fill the galleries.

Interested ensembles should contact Elisabeth Callihan at ecallihan@artsmia.org

Summer Music Enrichment Intern

This summer, Macalester Plymouth United Church will begin a summer service-learning position for music students in the area. The title of this position is Enrichment Intern.

The Enrichment Intern position will entail:

1) An opportunity to partner with church leaders to create and implement a music-based summer curriculum serving 3-8 year olds and their families.

2) Approximately 15 Contact hours, 10 Supervision hours, and a $300 stipend.

3) Supervision from a board certified music therapist with 8 years of experience serving this church community.

This position starts in early to mid-May, and ends in mid-August. Most hours are completed on Sunday mornings. Qualified applicants will need to show evidence of previous curriculum planning, provide two letters of recommendation, and complete an interview and background check.

Letters of interest can be sent to holmanstephanie@gmail.com.

Stephanie Holman Hubbard, MT-BC
(Music Therapist, Board Certified)

Music Theory Lessons

CREATE A BAND MSP is recruiting teachers for private reading music lessons.

Monday - Saturday
Hours: 7:45am-8:45pm
(1 Hour Classes)

Pro Teachers Compensation
1 Hour-Per 10 Students-$50

Reading Music Lessons are provided for all or most types of musical instruments in the fields listed below:
1. Woodwinds - Monday
2. Brass - Tuesday
3. Rhythm - Wednesday
4. Strings - Thursday
5. Vocals - Friday
6. Piano & Organ - Saturday

For more information, contact
Pennie Sutherland-Wallace
CREATE A BAND MSP, Owner/Producer
(612) 208-7017

String Quartet for On-Campus Event

The Minnesota Student Association is having an annual leadership reception on Thursday, April 30th. The event will be semi-formal and we are incorporating a red carpet theme. We would love to have a string quartet represent the School of Music at this event.

The actual event is 6-8pm in the DQ Club Room in TCF Bank Stadium.
We would like the quartet to play 5:00-6:00 and then 7:00-8:00pm. About two hours of playing.

Dinner included.

Nick Alm

Soloists for Children's Hospitals

Children's Hospitals of Minneapolis and St. Paul is revamping their volunteer musician program and looking for students interested in providing music for the children, families, and staff.

They are mostly looking for solo instrumentalists such as pianists, harpists, classical guitarist, etc... but could accommodate duets if they seem appropriate.

Musicians provide environmental music on the hospital floors (not in patient rooms) and select their own repertoire.

We are looking for a commitment of at least 3 months, 2-4 times a month.

Sarah Allesee, Music Therapist, sarah.woolever@childrensmn.org
Carol Allesee, Art Coordinator, carol.allesee@childrensmn.org