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Associate Professor of Music (Director of Orchestral Activities), College of Fine Arts (23599931880721)
Associate Professor of Music (Director of Orchestral Activities), College of Fine Arts (23599931880721)Tracking Code: 23599931880721Job DescriptionThe School of Music at Boston University's College of Fine Arts invites applications for a full-time faculty position as an orchestra conductor at the rank of Associate Professor (non-tenure track) to lead orchestral studies at the School. The ideal candidate will have a substantial international performance profile, student/alumni success at the college level, extraordinary leadership of orchestras and choruses in universities, and administrative experience within an academic environmen


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