Teach harpsichord as a secondary instrument for students whose major instrument is piano. In collaboration with the College piano technology area, oversee the maintenance of the College’s harpsichords. Collaborate with colleagues and students to advance the College of Music mission of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
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Proven success as a harpsichord teacher and performer.
Master’s degree in harpsichord. Expertise in fortepiano.
Required Application Materials
Please provide a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references (including email address and phone number). In addition, letters of recommendation (including email information) from three references should be uploaded separately in the applicant tracking system. Letter writers may appear on the list of references.
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