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Pianist for Contemporary Worship Band

Our contemporary worship band in Bloomington is looking for a regular pianist.

Currently, the hours on Sunday are 9:40am-11:40am (1st hour rehearsal, 2nd hour service). We also have one monthly rehearsal that is generally 1-3 hours and that is currently either the third Thursday of the month or sometimes Sunday after a service.

This is a part-time job with compensation based on up to 12 hours/month.

We play very contemporary Christian music that you hear on the radio currently.

Interested pianists should email a cover letter and resume to the email address below.
Feel free to call with questions.

Janelle
Email: swansonsrus@msn.com
Cell: 612-518-8748

Musical Director / Accompanist for School Musicals

Music Director (acting also as accompanist) needed for two (2) theatrical productions at Breck School during the winter and spring of 2015. Preferred candidate will function as:
- choral director
- vocal coach
- rehearsal accompanist
- instrumental coordinator and pit conductor

For each of the two musicals, duties will begin with a production meeting and end with strike immediately following final performance. There is a small overlap of the two productions during the weeks of February 23 and March 9.

Production Meeting (First Play) - Mon. January 5, 3:30 - 5:15 Performing Arts Office
Last Performance (Last Play) - Sun. May 17, 1:00 call, pit strike immediately following.

The Music Director is required to attend all scheduled meetings, auditions and rehearsals.
Upper School Musical Direction (Jan-March, M-F, 3:30-5:15 PM) - Spamelot.
Middle School Musical Direction (March-May, M-F, 3:30-5:15 PM) - Shrek Jr.

Stipend of $3560 for each play.

To apply, submit letter of interest and resume to employment@breckschool.org or mail to Breck School, 123 Ottawa Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422.

Contact
Mary Healy, Breck School
Phone: (763) 381-8251
Email: mary.healy@breckschool.org
Website: http://www.breckschool.org

In-Home Music Lessons

We are looking for college students who are either currently in the last year of completing their undergraduate degree in music, or in graduate school who can teach in-home music lessons.

Particularly we are interested in teachers that can play piano, guitar, drums, violin, and vocals.

Our service area is the north metro of the twin cities, and the teachers must be able to travel directly to the homes of the students.

Each lesson lasts for half an hour, and depending on experience and resume will be paid between 13-16 dollars per lesson plus a travel surcharge. Can take on as many students per week as willing.

Interested students can contact Adam Davis at adambcdavis@gmail.com or by phone at 612-310-7452

Concertmaster for Orchestra

The Buffalo Community Orchestra announces an open position for Concertmaster for the 2014-15 concert season.

Rehearsals are Sunday evenings September - early June from 4:30 - 7 p.m. Concerts are Oct. 25th, Dec. 13th, March 7th, May 9th and June 14th.

The concertmaster is a leadership position within the orchestra and is expected to attend all rehearsals or arrange for a substitute in their absence. He/she will also be asked on occasion to run sectional rehearsals during the regular Sunday rehearsal period. The concertmaster will also be asked to provide bowings in a timely manner for the first violin section and work in coordination with the conductor and principal 2nd violin.

The position pays $100/service.

Buffalo is approximately 50 minutes NW of the Twin CIties and the conductor is Paul McShee.

Auditions will be scheduled before the end of September. Please prepare a 5 minute solo selection of your choice and Beethoven Symphony No. 6, 1st movement-letter A to letter B.

Contact Paul McShee with any questions or to apply.
Email: mcshe027@umn.edu

REPOST: Tenor Choral Scholar in St. Paul

Pilgrim Lutheran Church in St. Paul is seeking a Choral Scholar for the Tenor Section.


Purpose of the Position

· In addition to fulfilling a few needs at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, it is our hope that this position can act as a learning opportunity that inspires and invigorates a Choral Scholar's own growth. There are many opportunities for leadership and to use one's individual talents for the glory of God. We hope that this position helps the Choral Scholar discover and revitalize musical strengths and passions, specifically and especially in the context of music ministry. Current college students and recent graduates will be given priority consideration for this position.


Musical Responsibilities

· Attend weekly Wednesday evening choir rehearsals (90 minutes, 7:15-8:45pm)
-this may sometimes include leading a 20-30 minute sectional rehearsal, if skilled in this area
· Attend the assigned Sunday morning service (often the 11am service with a 10:15am warm-up)
-this may include singing a solo, conducting the choir, etc., if skilled in one of these areas
-occasionally we will sing for the 8:30am service (with a 7:45am warm-up) and about once a semester we will sing for both services on the same Sunday
-the choir often has one Sunday off per month, but still rehearses almost every Wednesday
· Attend special occasion services like Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, and Good Friday

Employment Terms
· Pay will be $20/hour. Hours will be tracked using time cards.
· On average, the time commitment will equal about 3.25 hours a week
· Start date is Wednesday, September 3, 2014. The first Sunday service will be September 7, 2014 at 9:30am (8:45am warm-up). A schedule of Wednesday rehearsals and Sunday services will be prepared at least one month at a time, continuing until May 31, 2015. Preference will be given to those available for the entire year, but those travelling during holidays or available for a partial year are encouraged to apply as well.

· If the Choral Scholar will miss an upcoming rehearsal or service, he or she should let the Music Director know as soon as possible, no later than one week prior to the absence and preferably at least one month ahead of time. If the Choral Scholar will miss a Sunday service, the Music Director may hire a substitute, in which case pay for that particular week will go to the substitute instead of the Choral Scholar. No pay will be given for days absent.

· A Choral Scholar may occasionally be allowed to miss a Wednesday rehearsal and sing the following Sunday, but one who will miss an upcoming Sunday may be asked to also give up pay for the previous Wednesday, so the substitute can sing for the rehearsal instead.

· Excessive absences, chronic tardiness, or significant difficulty singing the assigned part may lead to dismissal of the Choral Scholar.

Church Address: 1935 St. Clair Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105


For full consideration, send resumes and requests for an audition to the Music Director, Paul Stever, at SteverPaul55@aol.com or call the church at 651-699-6886.

CORO! Auditions for 2014-15 Season

CORO! (www.corosings.org) is looking for singers for its 2014-15 season.

Singers studying for Operatic careers, this is the place to get more experience, singing choruses, solos and ensembles with 'an ensemble of vocal soloists.'

Now in its eighth season, CORO! provides its vocal members the opportunity to perform solos, duets, small and full ensembles from Classical, Opera, Operetta and the Lyric Stage Reportoire.

Auditions this September will be held one day only,
Saturday, September 13th, 2014 from 11am - 4pm in the Southdale area:

Schmitt Music
Southdale Square
2906 W 66th St Edina, MN 55423

Please contact our Auditions Coordinator, Angela May, to set up an appointment.
Email: info@corosings.org

Two arias/art songs in contrasting styles and languages are needed.
An accompanist is provided (for a small fee).

CORO! usually rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9:45. Please be prepared to give us your conflicts for rehearsals.

Plans include a Christmas Concert in December, our recital series, and a Slavic Tapestry program in late April.

Website: http://www.corosings.org/auditions.html

Internships at the Walker Art Center

The Performing Arts Department at the Walker Art Center is a world renowned program presenting contemporary dance, music, and theater performances that resonate with local and national audiences. Our ambitious Performing Arts programming includes some of the most innovative and provocative artists in the world of contemporary performing arts. We have two internships that correspond with the school year. Applications are due by Friday, September 5 or whenever the positions are filled.

Program Notes Internship
The Program Notes Internship is a hands-on, administrative position for an individual interested in writing, conducting research, gathering performance information, learning more about nonprofit arts organizations, and assisting Walker staff with a variety of administrative tasks related to the current needs of a busy presenting department. This internship also provides the opportunity to develop specific skills based on the intern's interests and background in arts administration.

Responsibilities:
· Individuals in this role will format, edit, and print performance program notes as well as research and write about performances, artists, and other Walker-related events.
· S/he will work closely with performing arts department, other Walker staff, artists, and artists' managers to produce programs that are informative and accurate, containing both biographical and contextual materials.
·Develop content related to programming (including blogging and research) and performing administrative tasks including archiving, file management, data entry, and other duties as necessary.

Hours and Duration:
· Individual should be able to work 12 hours per week minimum;
· Must have TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY 10am-5pm availability, other days/hours flexible.
· Duration of this internship is September 2014 - May 2015.

Qualifications:
· Applicant must have a strong working knowledge of MS Word and Excel. Familiarity with Adobe InDesign is highly desirable, including some experience with page layout and design.
· Applicants should have a degree or current enrollment in arts, administration, writing, or a performance-related program and/or a deep interest and involvement in the arts and audience engagement.
· Top applicants will have strong research, writing, and editing skills, an eye for detail and design, and the ability to manage multiple projects with high accuracy and follow through. Some professional office experience preferred.
· Must be able to lift 30lbs and have a valid driver's license.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship that offers the opportunity to gain practical experience, to meet and work alongside talented individuals and to help to support some incredible programming. Walker also provides a one-year Walker membership, comp tickets to Walker events as available, and employee discounts at the restaurants and Shop.

For consideration, please email letter of interest, resume, and writing sample to molly.hanse@walkerart.org. Applications due by Friday, September 5, 2014.

Research Internship
The Research Internship is an excellent opportunity for an individual with a strong interest in contemporary art. The position involves writing, researching, developing online content, learning more about nonprofit arts organizations, and assisting Walker staff with a variety of administrative tasks related to the current needs of a busy presenting department. This internship also provides the opportunity to develop specific skills based on the intern's interests and background in arts administration.

Hours and Duration: Individual will work 12 hours per week minimum; days/hours flexible. The duration of this internship is September 2014 - May 2015.

Responsibilities will include researching and writing blog posts for The Green Room, our Performing Arts blog; researching, compiling, and organizing background information and supporting materials for upcoming programs; assisting with the formatting, editing, and printing program notes; and performing administrative tasks including archiving, file management, data entry, and other duties as necessary.

Qualifications: Applicant must have strong research, writing, and editing skills, be reliable and self-motivated, and have the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Applicant should have a working knowledge of MS Word and Excel. Familiarity with WordPress, Adobe Photoshop, MS Outlook, and PowerPoint is also desirable.
A top candidate would have a degree or current enrollment in arts, administration, writing, or a performance related program and/or a deep interest and involvement in the arts and audience engagement. Some professional office experience preferred. Must be able to lift 30lbs and have a driver's license.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship that offers the opportunity to gain practical experience, to meet and work alongside talented individuals and to help to support some incredible programming. Walker also provides a one-year Walker membership, comp tickets to Walker events as available, and employee discounts at the restaurants and Shop.

For consideration, email letter of interest, resume, and writing sample to molly.hanse@walkerart.org. Applications due by Friday, September 5, 2014.

Acoustic Guitar Teacher

I am looking for an acoustic guitar teacher for my 10 year old daughter. She has been having lessons for the past 2 years and her guitar teacher has taken a new job and is unable to continue with her lessons. We are looking for someone that could travel to Maple Grove once a week or once every two weeks for a 1 hour lesson. The times of the lesson would be flexible and could either be weekdays or weekends.

Deborah
debclifford@hotmail.co.uk

Paid Music Internship

Music Internship Opportunity Beginning Fall of 2014

Award-winning composer Jake Runestad is offering a paid internship to a highly-motivated individual wishing to develop marketable skills in the field of music business and/or composition.

Opportunities
• Career coaching sessions and composition lessons (if applicable).
• Exposure to grant applications, mechanical licensing, commission contracts, music rentals and sales, tax documentation, performing rights organization reporting, score engraving and
preparation, and more.
• Contact with leading professionals in the music field.
• Special projects for personal development are encouraged.
• Potential travel opportunities.

Qualifications
• Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate music degree program, or a recent graduate looking for a part-time internship.
• Proficient in Sibelius music notation software.
• Experience in graphic and web design (Wordpress) and Apple computers (iWork Suite).
• Motivated, "go-getter" attitude.
• Impeccable grammar in written and verbal communication.
• Sense of humor.
• Available at least 8 hours a week.
• Stipend/payment dependent upon skills and experience.

Interested candidates may apply here:
jakerunestad.com/application

Website: JakeRunestad.com
Email: jake@jakerunestad.com

Auditions for Mankato Symphony

Announcing AUDITIONS for the following paid positions with the Mankato Symphony Orchestra

Violin
Viola
Cello
Bass
Substitutes-all sections

Monday, September 15, in Mankato
Tuesday, September 16, in Minneapolis
Auditions begin at 6 pm each night

Audition materials and additional information are available online at www.mankatosymphony.com/auditions

Call 507-625-8880 or email msopersonnel@gmail.com with questions or to schedule your audition.

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