Suzuki Violin Teacher
The Cape Conservatory seeks an experienced ViolinTeaching Artist for both our Barnstable and
Falmouth locations. We believe that the
Arts are the heartbeat of life. Through music, dance, and art, we thrive
individually and collectively. For this reason, the Conservatory has
always been, and will always be, committed to providing the highest caliber
arts education possible. We are equally committed to making the arts more
accessible to students of all ages and being a continual source of
inspiration—inside the classroom and out in the community.
Design and implement Conservatory Suzuki
Program: create sequential curriculum for all ages/levels and collaborate with
other Suzuki teaching artists to design suitable programming
Violin Instruction: Teach private lessons,
group classes, “Intro to Violin” (Suzuki-based) classes in preschool M W F (ages 3 – 5); some
experience with other string instruments a definite plus, but not essential.
May teach both Suzuki and traditional
students, if desired.
Possibility of advanced students, youth
orchestra sectional work, and/or chamber music coaching.
Pending audition and position availability: possibility
of section violin work with Cape Symphony, our partner organization.
Qualifications: Suzuki registered training through Book 2
3 - 5 years teaching experience (minimum)
Enthusiasm, sense of humor, flexibility, and
Strong performance ability and resume
Commitment to continued growth as teacher and
Ability to be part of a team as we build a
cohesive Suzuki program
Candidates must be eligible for employment in the United States
Salary: Hourly rate: Private lessons $56, youth orchestra sectional coaching
$45, group classes $55. Recitals and events also paid. Attendance/makeup
policies are enforced by the Conservatory, and promote/support teachers’ time
and professionalism. Position open until filled.
How To Apply:
Email resume and cover
letter to: Stephanie Weaver, email@example.com. NO PHONE INQUIRIES.
March 31, 2019
About this Organization:
A dynamic organization committed to inspiring joy through the arts, Cape Arts & Entertainment (CA&E) is the largest arts nonprofit on Cape Cod and the parent organization of both the Cape Symphony and the Cape Conservatory, having merged these two organizations in 2010. Founded in 1961, the Cape Symphony has an annual audience of more than 27,000. Employing 63 professional musicians and nine professional and administrative staff, it is the second largest symphony orchestra in the state of Massachusetts. Founded in 1956, the Cape Conservatory serves more than 1,200 music, art, and dance students, employing 65 professional teaching artists and nine professional staff at two locations in West Barnstable and Falmouth, Massachusetts.